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10-04-2011, 12:42 PM
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Hotel Stay in Vancouver

Got our tickets for opening night against the Canucks. We have our hotel booked. Does anyone know a place we could get autographs? I don't know what hotel they stay at and I don't really want to go that route. After the game maybe? We tried a few seasons ago but no luck. Tbanks

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Maybe try the Canucks boards.

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Haha, same question but for the Calgary game?

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There's a gate that the players come out of...not sure what it is. Plus you might find them around Downtown after the game. Yaletown/Granville specifically.

Try The Roxy.

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I travelled to the games the first year Crosby went to western Canada. They stayed at the Pan Pacific in Vancouver and some people were camped outside but bus rolled from below. I stayed at the same hotel as the team in Calgary- Sheraton Suites Eau Claire. If u see someone on the street, i would be surprised.

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Any player going out after the game will end up at the Roxy on Granville Street

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Hey guys - Canuck fan here... Just a heads-up if you're looking to find the Pens to nab some autographs:

Most visiting teams stay at one of these 3 hotels in downtown Vancouver:

Westin Bayshore ( http://www.westinbayshore.com/ )
Pan Pacific ( http://www.panpacific.com/Vancouver/Overview.html )
Sutton Place ( http://www.vancouver.suttonplace.com/default.htm )

Also, people seem to have luck waiting near the bus loading zone at Rogers' Arena. It's easy to find - just off Griffiths Way (near gate 10 I think).

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Any player going out after the game will end up at the Roxy on Granville Street
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Haha, same question but for the Calgary game?
In Calgary, try the Hotel Arts ( http://www.hotelarts.ca/about-us.html) or the Westin Calgary ( http://www.westincalgary.com/ ). Most teams stay at one or the other. The Saddledome is a bit tougher for tracking down players than Rogers Arena is however.

Looking forward to Thursday night... Hockey's back!

Cheers guys! (and possibly girls).

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