Canucks ticket prices soar with chance to win series tonight

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It’s been a long time since the Vancouver Canucks have won the deciding game of a playoff series on home ice.

Over 13 years, to be exact.

With a 3-1 series lead, the Canucks can end the Nashville Predators’ season with a home-ice win and put themselves into the second round tonight.

Ticket sales reflect that fact, with just two unsold seats available on Ticketmaster. They’re lower-bowl seats available for $774. The resale market is wild as well, as there wasn’t a seat available for less than $400 at the time of publishing.

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The cheapest ticket is over $400 (Ticketmaster)

The Canucks have won the clinching game of a playoff series on home ice just eight times in their 54-year history. The last time it happened, Kevin Bieksa scored the OT winner to send Vancouver to the Stanley Cup Final.

  • 2011: Conference final (Game 5) vs San Jose Sharks
  • 2011: First round (Game 7) vs Chicago Blackhawks
  • 2007: First round (Game 7) vs Dallas Stars
  • 2003: First round (Game 7) vs St. Louis Blues
  • 1994: Conference final (Game 5) vs Toronto Maple Leafs
  • 1994: Second round (Game 5) vs Dallas Stars
  • 1992: First round (Game 7) vs Winnipeg Jets
  • 1982: Second round (Game 5) vs LA Kings