The Vancouver Canucks have had seven games on their schedule postponed due to issues with COVID-19 and capacity.
On Wednesday, the NHL announced that they have rescheduled the 98 games postponed. The regular season will still conclude on April 29.
With the NHL having pulled out of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, the league has scheduled 95 games in the period that was supposed to be the Olympic Break. That is February 7-22.
The Canucks will play six games during that stretch. Five of those games will be at home. Those games will be against the Arizona Coyotes, New York Islanders, Toronto Maple Leafs, Anaheim Ducks and Seattle Kraken.
The only road game for the Canucks during the scrapped Olympic Break stretch will be against the San Jose Sharks. That game was originally supposed to take place on December 21.
The Canucks were supposed to play against the Ottawa Senators on January 8 but that game was moved to April 29.
Here is a list of all the rescheduled games for the Canucks.
The club announced that season tickets members and fans with tickets to any of those games should check their emails for further instructions.
The Canucks also announced a time change to their game against the Dallas Stars which takes place on April 18. It was originally supposed to be at 6 PM but it is now starting at 7:30 PM.
Vancouver has not played a home game since December 14 and that was the 4-3 comeback win over the Columbus Blue Jackets. They will play at home for the first time in over a month on Friday when the Florida Panthers come to town. They will also welcome the St. Louis Blues and Edmonton Oilers to Rogers Arena on Sunday and Tuesday before going out on the road again for four games. Then the Arizona Coyotes come to town to start the games on their new dates.
Canucks games will also be at 50% capacity until at least February 16 due to provincial health guidelines.