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Canucks release ticket information about 2019 NHL Entry Draft

We are five and half weeks away from the 2019 NHL Entry Draft and the Canucks have released information about the event:

As always, the draft is split up over two days with Day One beginning at 5 pm on Friday, June 21st and then Day Two commencing at 10 am the following morning. The full ticket information is below:

Round 1: Friday, June 21 at 5:00 pm

  • Ticket Price: $27.20
  • Seating: Lower Bowl: Assigned seating
  • Upper Bowl: Assigned seating
  • Ticket Limit: Four (4) seats per account

Rounds 2-7: Saturday, June 22 at 10:00 am

  • Ticket Price: $11.50
  • Seating: Lower Bowl: Assigned seating
  • Upper Bowl: General admission
  • Ticket Limit: Eight (8) seats per account

The Friday night is more of the event for the weekend as it is broadcast on television and thus is more a spectacle with breaks between picks. While the Saturday is a whirlwind of picks that happen extremely quickly.

Although it says that you can purchase lower bowl seats, there are limited amounts due to the lower bowl seating being “primarily reserved for Draft-eligible players and their families, broadcast locations, and related media needs”.

No matter what it happens, it’s a fantastic event for hockey fans as they get a look at the future of the NHL realizes their dreams.

  • Gimme a break!!! In 1990 when Quinn drafted Petr Nedved in the first round it was free to get in. No wonder long time fans don’t go to games anymore. It ain’t the Nativity. It’s only a hockey draft. Wanted to boo Bettman in person but am not paying for it.

    • I think Jesus would charge more than $27.20. Or maybe it would be ‘by donation’ but you’d just know peeps would be judging you if you didn’t pay that $27.20 or whatever.

  • I was going to watch it on TV but I heard it’s way better live…
    And with their 3rd pick and 78 overall, the Minnisota Wild select blah blah blah…