Rogers ArenaVancouver Canucks
Rogers Arena is home to the Vancouver Canucks. The stadium used to be home to an NBA team, the Grizzlies, and has hosted the NHL's All Star Game (1998), the 2010 winter Olympics hockey games, and both an NBA and NHL draft. The stadium has seating for 18,910 for hockey games, 19,700 for basketball games, and 19,000 for concerts. It opened in 1995 with construction costs of $160 million Canadian dollars. It was previously known as General Motors Place. It was also renamed Canada Hockey Place temporarily when the Olympics came to Canada. Smoking is prohibited at Rogers arena, and there are no designated outdoor areas or reentry allowed. The stadium homes a $5 million Daktronics LED scoreboard that has video displays.
- Rogers Arena
800 Griffiths Way Vancouver, BC V6B 6
Call at (604) 899-7400
- Canucks Sports & Entertainment
- Brisbin, Brook and Beynon
- Geberal Motors Place
- Sections 101, 104, 114, 306, 310, 316
- Outside Wiser's Centre Ice Grill
Downtown - General
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Canucks Gift Shop
- Gate 6 at Abbot St and Pacific Rd
- Permitted. must be checked at guest services