B.C is still in its third stage of restrictions, but the Vancouver Canucks re banking on further removal of capacity limits to sell all their tickets for pre-season games that will be held at the Abbotsford and Rogers Arenas.
Currently, arenas in the province can only support 50 percent of capacity, with most of the tickets for the pre-season games being by season tickets buyers.
However, the team is hoping that capacity restriction will be removed during the regular season opener.
If the limit remains when the games begin and tickets sell out, 50 percent of the fans who bought tickets will have to be refunded.
In the meantime, the team is in negotiations with provincial health officials. With the clock ticking, it is not possible to tell when health ministry will make a decision regarding capacity limits.