Starting tomorrow (Feb. 25) the Abbotsford Canucks will have the potential to play in front of a full house.
It’s the first time in 2022 that the American Hockey League team has a home game with the capacity restrictions lifted by the provincial government.
The #AbbyCanucks return home for a two-game set against the division-leading Stockton Heat (Calgary Flames) beginning on Friday! 🔥— Abbotsford Canucks (@abbycanucks) February 24, 2022
With provincial restrictions lifted, the @AbbyCentre will be operating at 💯% capacity!
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The club has only had a total of six out of 22 home games with the ability to play to a 100 per cent capacity at the Abbotsford Centre.
The team has averaged a total of 3,811 fans per game for the 2021-22 season, which is good for 20th in the 31-team AHL.
The Canucks host the Stockton Heat tomorrow and Sunday (Feb. 27) and the Heat are the top team in the Pacific Division with a record of 29-8-3-1 and a point percentage of .756. Stockton enters the game on a three game winning streak, while the Canucks have won six of their last seven games.
Puck drop is 7 p.m. tomorrow and 4 p.m. on Sunday.