Updated: Canucks training camp schedule (all sessions open to public)

 

 
 
 
 
The Canucks' youngest fan, at three months, is Lukas Novak of White Rock. He brought his parents, Reilly Novak and Larissa Neville, to Rogers Arena in Vancouver Sunday to show their enthusiasm for the start of a postponed season as the Canucks opened their first practice to about 1,500 other fans.
 

The Canucks' youngest fan, at three months, is Lukas Novak of White Rock. He brought his parents, Reilly Novak and Larissa Neville, to Rogers Arena in Vancouver Sunday to show their enthusiasm for the start of a postponed season as the Canucks opened their first practice to about 1,500 other fans.

Photograph by: Stuart Davis, PNG, The Province

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Keen on checking out the Vancouver Canucks at practice? Here’s a schedule for this week (note that all these sessions at Rogers Arena are open to the public).

The Canucks have announced that fans planning to attend must register to confirm their attendance and can do so at canucks.com/scrimmages. Space is limited to lower bowl capacity with general admission on a first-come, first-served basis. A confirmation letter provided at registration must be presented at the gate for entry into Rogers Arena for the scrimmages.

All times are Pacific:

• TUESDAY:

9 a.m. – Group B practice

11 a.m. – Group A practice

• WEDNESDAY:

10 a.m. – Group A morning skate

11 a.m. – Group B morning skate

7 p.m. – Scrimmage (Access to Rogers Arena via Gates 3 and 7. Doors will open to the public at 6 p.m. with the Canucks warm up to begin at 6:30 p.m. followed by a 7 p.m. puck drop. The scrimmage will consist of three 10-minute periods, with brief intermissions).

• THURSDAY:

10 a.m. – Group A morning skate

11 a.m. – Group B morning skate

7 p.m. – Scrimmage (Access to Rogers Arena via Gates 3 and 7. Doors will open to the public at 6 p.m. with the Canucks warm up to begin at 6:30 p.m. followed by a 7 p.m. puck drop. The scrimmage will consist of three 10-minute periods, with brief intermissions).

• FRIDAY:

11 a.m. – Main team practice

 
 
 
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The Canucks' youngest fan, at three months, is Lukas Novak of White Rock. He brought his parents, Reilly Novak and Larissa Neville, to Rogers Arena in Vancouver Sunday to show their enthusiasm for the start of a postponed season as the Canucks opened their first practice to about 1,500 other fans.
 

The Canucks' youngest fan, at three months, is Lukas Novak of White Rock. He brought his parents, Reilly Novak and Larissa Neville, to Rogers Arena in Vancouver Sunday to show their enthusiasm for the start of a postponed season as the Canucks opened their first practice to about 1,500 other fans.

Photograph by: Stuart Davis, PNG, The Province

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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