Sportsnet To Deliver 58 Regional 2022-23 Canucks Season Games

The Vancouver Canucks return to the Pacific Division for the 2022-23 NHL campaign looking to build off a strong performance in the latter half of last season.

With Bruce Boudreau set for his sophomore year coaching in Vancouver, and last season’s team points leader J.T. Miller now signed long-term, the Canucks will be more than eager to put themselves in playoff contention early. Fans can catch their games on Sportsnet and SN NOW.

Sportsnet is set to deliver 58 regional Vancouver Canucks games this season on Sportsnet Pacific, Sportsnet ONE, Sportsnet 360 and Citytv Vancouver.

New this season, fans across Canada can live stream over 1,000 national and out-of-market games, and all Stanley Cup Playoffs matchups, as NHL LIVE moves exclusively to SN NOW PREMIUM.

Starting Oct. 15, regional Canucks coverage will see the return of the Canucks regional broadcast team — play-by-play announcer John Shorthouse, game analyst John Garrett and reporter Dan Murphy.

The season opens for the Canucks on Oct. 13, when they meet the Edmonton Oilers on the road for a Wednesday night matchup (Sportsnet).

A few other noteworthy games include their home opener on Oct. 22 against the Buffalo Sabres (Hockey Night in Canada) and their first matchup of the season against fellow Pacific Northwesterners, the Seattle Kraken, on Oct. 27 (Sportsnet Pacific). 

Fans can also look forward to two meetings between the Hughes brothers, which take place on Nov. 1 in Vancouver (on Sportsnet 360) and Feb. 6 in New Jersey (on Sportsnet Pacific).

Check out Sportsnet’s full 2022-23 Vancouver Canucks broadcast schedule at


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