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?

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