Hot off the Vancouver Canucks overtime win against the Predators last night, the team is set for Game 5 on Tuesday, April 30th – and tickets are going quickly. So if you’re looking for other watch parties and sports bars to check out come game day, tune in!

The team is currently in the lead for Round 1, with three wins against the Nashville Predators. Their latest win marks the fifth time in Canucks’ history that a postseason hat trick was scored, and the first since 1996 – all thanks to Brock Boeser, which ultimately led to Elias Lindholm scoring the winning goal!

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Game 5 tickets

Game 5 takes place on Tuesday, April 30th at 7 pm.

The game is here in Vancouver, though they’ll cost you a pretty penny, there’s never been a better time to splurge on tickets to a Canucks game.

Currently, the cheapest tickets on Ticketmaster are priced between $423.50 and $470.69 and are Verified Resale Tickets in the 300 Sections (balcony-level).

Prices jump up to $733.50 to $781.50 for Standard Admission Tickets in Sections 104, 105, 107, and 108, and go all the way up to $910 to $920 for club seats and spots closer to the rink.

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Here is the schedule for the remainder of the Canucks vs Predators playoff series:

Where to watch

Looking for some watch parties to check out? Parq Vancouver boasts some of the best game-day viewing in the city, with ample food and drink specials and chances to win Canucks swag (scarves, jerseys, and more).

Each gaming table will also be assigned a hockey puck with the name of a specific player. If your chosen player lights up the scoreboard, everyone at the table wins a $5 free play voucher.

Another great spot to hit up is Gastown’s Blarney Stone, which offers guests $5 Budweisers and half-off one order of wings per person every game day. Or if you’re scouting some of the most dependable sports bars in the city, there’s always something on special at Red Card Sports Bar & Eatery!

Speaking of great deals, there are few better than Score on Davie’s new $3 happy hour menu.

Finally, if you’re hoping to join fellow fans for a watch party, the City of Delta is hosting family-friendly outdoor viewing parties at the Social Heart Plaza for every game during the Canucks’ playoff run this spring. Best of all? They’re completely free to attend!

So there you have it, Vancouver. Where will you be cheering on the ‘Nucks this week??