VANCOUVER, BC - OCTOBER 2: Olli Juolevi #48 of the Vancouver Canucks skates up ice during their NHL game against the San Jose Sharks at Rogers Arena October 2, 2016 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. (Photo by Derek Cain/ISN)

Vancouver, BC – The Vancouver Canucks announced today that their 2019 Training Camp presented by TD, will be held in Victoria, BC. The team also announced their 2019 preseason schedule, which is highlighted by a game in Victoria against the Calgary Flames and a game in Abbotsford versus the Ottawa Senators.


Training Camp will take place over three days at Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre in Victoria, BC starting Friday, Sept. 13 through Sunday Sept. 15. All Canucks practices are open to the public with a $5 admission fee; net proceeds, after operational costs, will be donated to charity. A complete schedule including ice times and player information will be provided once confirmed, closer to the start of Training Camp.


The eight-game preseason calendar features two neutral site games, in Victoria at Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre, Monday, Sept. 16 vs the Calgary Flames and in Abbotsford at the Abbotsford Centre on Monday, Sept. 23 vs the Ottawa Senators. Both games continue a tradition started last year, with a preseason game in Kelowna, that brings Canucks games to fans throughout communities in British Columbia.

Tickets for Canucks Training Camp and the preseason games in Victoria and Abbotsford will be available to the general public beginning Wednesday, August 7. Full ticket information will be provided shortly. Ticket information for Canucks preseason games played at Rogers Arena will be available at a later date.

To be notified when tickets are available for all preseason games, fans can sign up to the ticket information list here.


*Monday, Sept. 16 vs Calgary (Save on Foods Memorial Centre, Victoria)
*Monday, Sept. 16 at Calgary
Tuesday, Sept. 17 vs Edmonton
Thursday, Sept. 19 at Edmonton
Saturday, Sept. 21 at Los Angeles (Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City)
Monday, Sept. 23 vs Ottawa (Abbotsford Entertainment Centre)
Wednesday, Sept. 25 vs Ottawa
Thursday, Sept. 26 vs Arizona