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The Loge Boxes are located above sections 120 and 121. These tickets come with some very exclusive amenities including access to a private club with personal tables, all-inclusive food and non-alcoholic beverage options as well as a private liquor locker, as well as one of the best vantage points for viewing the ice in the arena.
There are many sections that people may consider to be the best seats at an NHL game, however there are seats that can certainly be considered worse than others. For all NHL games I personally recommend sitting in the sections closest to the neutral zone; in this case sections 105-107 and 116-118. Unless you are in the first row in these sections, I also recommend sitting in rows 10 and higher. I find that the glass obstructs and distorts the view of the ice for the lower rows in the section. By sitting in a higher row you are able to see plays develop throughout the entire ice.
Rogers Arena is set up so that seat number 1 is closer to the preceding section. For example seat 1 in section "5" would be on the aisle next to section "4" and the highest seat number section "5" would be on the aisle next to section "6."
The Canucks bench is located between sections 117 and 118, meaning the team shoots on the goal in front of section 112 for two out of the three periods. The visiting team's bench is located between sections 116 and 117 meaning they will shoot on the goal in front of section 122 twice. It 's important to note that seats directly behind the player benches will likely have view obstructions due to players and coaches moving about the benches. These are not structural obstructions, so often times venues do not make note of these; however, based on experience, views can be limited in these areas.
The team penalty boxes are located at the front of section 106. With the Canucks penalty box being closest to section 105 while the visiting team is closest to 107. Similar to the team benches, sitting behind the penalty boxes will also come with a view obstruction due to players and staff inside the boxes.
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