The Sedins’ last home game, game 7 of the 1994 Stanley Cup final and an exciting victory in the 2019-2020 season will be released on April 4.
Rogers Sportsnet will broadcast three classic Canucks games on Saturday, including the last home game for the Sedin twins and the seventh game in the 1994 Stanley Cup final.
The epic Rangers vs Canucks game will be broadcast at 2 p.m. PT Saturday on Sportsnet One. At 4 p.m., the action will move to Sportsnet Pacific, with the Canucks’ thrilling five-goal victory over the Detroit Red Wings last October.
And then at 6 p.m. PT, the last hurray for the Sedins of April 5, 2018, will be broadcast on Sportsnet Pacific.
Starting at noon on Saturday, the Canucks for Kids Fund will begin a week-long 50/50 online raffle, ending at 9:00 p.m. April 11.
The jackpot will include $ 40,000 in unclaimed jackpots from the 2019-2020 pre-season Canucks games. Tickets will be available online at canucks.com/online5050.
Saturday night was to be the last game in the 2019-20 season, with the Canucks hosting the Vegas Golden Knights. As is tradition, player awards will be announced along with the fan appreciation evening.
With that in mind, the Canucks are launching a rewards program for fans of heroes, asking for nominations from people who “celebrate the passion, dedication and support of everyday heroes and the personal contributions they have made to them.” communities of British Columbia ”.
The categories, inspired by the Canucks team awards, are:
• Unknown hero: essential services worker
Never seeking attention, but always looking for others, these people keep our communities operational thanks to their considerable efforts and dedication.
• Best Advocate: Health Care Worker or First Responder
These people put the needs of others first, standing on the front line, working tirelessly to keep us safe.
• Most exciting player: local small business or community group
Jumping on the chance to help, these local businesses or groups have come together in their communities to provide help and support in any way they can.
• MVP: Any exceptional person who makes a difference
Everyday heroes, taking time to help others when they can. In these unprecedented times, they rose to the challenge of helping others as much as possible.
The nomination window opens on Saturday and ends on April 13. Nominations can be submitted at canucks.com/fanheroawards.
The winners will be recognized for their service by the team using their social media and will receive a personalized Canucks jersey.
Sales available through the team’s online store
The Canucks team’s online store at vanbase.ca offers discounts of up to 40% on regular priced merchandise.
Items on sale include jerseys and souvenirs from the Sedins’ retirement week.