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Public viewing locations for Vancouver Canucks playoff run in Metro Vancouver

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Vancouver's first Canucks playoffs watch party took place at Oak Meadows Park on Sunday, and fans came out to show their support. Here's some of the fun and action you may have missed.

Playoff fever is in the air in Metro Vancouver as the Vancouver Canucks continue their best post-season outing years.

Fans in the region have a growing number of opportunities to catch the action at public gatherings where they can share playoff energy with a crowd.

Global News will update this list regularly as new events are added, so be sure to bookmark it.

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Vancouver

The City of Vancouver was late to the (watch) party but has announced it will begin hosting free, family-friendly outdoor Canucks viewing events starting for Game 3 against Edmonton.

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The city will host watch parties at Oak Meadows Park at 37th Avenue and Oak Street with room for 2,000 people. The first event will be Sunday at 6:30 p.m., with future start times to be announced.

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Vancouver will also show games for smaller groups at “select community centres” with location details to come. The city is also considering a larger outdoor event at the PNE if the Canucks advance to Round 3.

Rogers Arena is also continuing to host away game viewing parties.

Admission is priced at $15, with reduced-price food and drinks available. Proceeds go to the Canucks for Kids fund.

The events have sold out quickly, so people who want to attend will want to snap up tickets as soon as they are announced.

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North Delta

The City of Delta was the first in the region to begin hosting free, family-friendly outdoor watch parties at Social Heart Plaza.

The plaza is next to the North Delta Recreation Centre at 11415 84 Avenue.

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Parking is available at North Delta Recreation Centre as well as Richardson Elementary School.

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Only lawn chairs and blankets are permitted.

The city is considering the possibility of offering a second location in South Delta if the Canucks advance to Round 3 of the playoffs.

Burnaby

The City of Burnaby is hosting free, family-friendly indoor Canucks watch parties for Round 2.

The events are being held at the Rosemary Brown Recreation Centre at 7789 18th Street in South Burnaby.

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Burnaby is showing live TV broadcasts on large-format screens on the rec centre’s second floor.

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The facility’s café will be open with snacks and beverages for sale.

The Amazing Brentwood mall is also displaying games on the big screen in its plaza.

Port Coquitlam

The City of Port Coquitlam has consistently been screening free, family-friendly indoor watch parties throughout the playoffs.

The events are hosted at the Port Coquitlam Community Centre at 2150 Wilson Ave.

The city is screening the games on a large projector screen.

Playoff concession combos are available (including local beers for adults aged 19+).

North Vancouver

The City of North Vancouver is hosting its next free, family-friendly outdoor viewing party for Game 5 on Thursday, May 16.

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The event will be hosted at The Shipyards on the North Vancouver waterfront and accessible by SeaBus.

Parking is limited and attendees are urged to arrive by transit.

The game was aired on a 144-foot projection screen in the Shipyards Commons.

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Township of Langley

The Township of Langley is hosting free, family-friendly Canucks viewing parties in Fort Langley.

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The events are being hosted at Bedford Plaza on Billy Brown Road near Glover Road, where the games are being projected on a large screen.

The event is co-hosted by Thunderbird Show Park, Tourism Langley and Trails End Cafe.

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Maple Ridge

The City of Maple Ridge is hosting free, family-friendly indoor viewing parties for Round 2 of the playoffs.

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The events are hosted in the multi-purpose room of the Greg Moore Youth Centre at 11925 Haney Place.

Snacks and drinks are available for sale, and outside food and alcohol are prohibited.

Space is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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Abbotsford

With the Canucks’ AHL affiliate the Abbotsford Canucks eliminated from their own playoff run, the Abbotsford Centre has announced plans to host watch parties for the NHL team’s cup run.

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The arena at 33800 King Rd. will show Game 2 on its video board and is promising “game day energy” for fans.

Tickets are $10, with proceeds going to the Canucks for Kids Fund.

New Westminster

The City of New Westminster is screening games on TVs at various city facilities but has yet to announce details of any future larger-scale events.

New Westminster did host a free, family-friendly indoor viewing event for Game 2 on May 10. at the Anvil Centre at 777 Columbia St.

That event featured a concession and a kid zone.

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