Vancouver Canucks-themed bar & grill coming to YVR Airport

For those wishing imports and travellers to Vancouver got the full-Orca treatment immediately upon arrival – or for B.C. residents in search of one last taste of home before you fly away to somewhere near or far – you're in luck.

HMSHost is opening a Vancouver Canucks themed bar and grill at YVR International Airport, in Richmond. There's very little detail at this point – other than its name will be 'Canucks Bar & Grill'.

The company already owns and operates a number of outlets and retails spaces at the airport, including Starbucks, Burger King, Tim Hortons and Milestones.


Is there something in particular you'd expect to see in the Bar & Grill?

Endless loops of Alex Burrows's OT goal from 2011? The yellow V sweaters from '82 stapled to the wall? How about anything involving Pavel Bure and an in-house soundtrack that includes only the "Bure Bure" song from 1992 (below)? Maybe the occasional "It's Called the Todd Bertuzzi" jam session with Heavy Eric?

Let us know in the Comments down below or Tweet to @BlackPressMedia.


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