The Vancouver Canucks are resuming the remainder of their 2019-2020 season in the NHL "bubble," located in Edmonton, AB. The "bubble" is intended to keep NHL staff, players, and their families safe from complications related to COVID-19, and does not permit fan attendance at games.
The Vancouver Canucks compete in the Northwest Division of the National Hockey League. They were founded in 1945, and played in the PCHL until 1952. At this time, they moved into the WHL where they stayed until 1970. Finally, they made the transition to the NHL and this is where they are today. Since the NHL is the greatest hockey league in the world, it is safe to say that the Canucks have found a good home.
The Canucks play their home games at Rogers Arena. They have done so since 1996, and this will probably be the case for quite some time. After all, Rogers Arena is one of the nicest and most modern venues in the entire country.
Quite a few great players have competed for the Canucks. They include Trevor Linden, Stan Smyl, Markus Naslund, Pavel Bure, and Cam Neely among many others.
The Vancouver Canucks have traveled around the ice hockey world quite a bit. But since landing in the NHL they have become one of the most well respected teams in the league.