Tickets to Vancouver Canucks home games at Rogers Arena are expected to come down during the upcoming 2013-2014 regular season.
According to a News 1130 report, this is because the Canucks will play every team this season. These are just forecasts from those working in the ticket industry, but it is a simple matter of an increase in the variety of opponents and the resulting diluted demand.
Experts say that they can see tickets coming down to $125 from $175 for some of the key games, like our list of the five Canucks games you do not want to miss this season.
Until this past spring’s playoffs, the Canucks had a 10-year ticket sellout streak, stretching over 423 games in the 19,000 seat Rogers Arena. The streak first began in November 2002 during the days of the “West Coast Express.”