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Cheer on the Vancouver Canucks at these viewing parties in Port Moody, Port Coquitlam

Port Moody is hosting a viewing party in the curling lounge at the city's recreation complex.
Public viewing parties of tonight's Vancouver Canucks playoff game, similar to this one at the Port Coquitlam Community Centre, are being held in Port Moody and PoCo for tonight's second game of the team's series against the Edmonton Oilers.

Port Moody is jumping on the Vancouver Canucks’ playoff bandwagon.

The city is hosting a free viewing party for tonight’s second game of the NHL team’s second round playoff series against the Edmonton Oilers in the second floor curling lounge at the recreation complex (300 Ioco Rd.)

The Canucks lead the series 1-0 after a dramatic comeback 5-4 win in Wednesday’s, May 8, opener.

“The opportunity to connect and share in something exciting is a great way to support and grow our community,” said Port Moody Mayor Meghan Lahti in a news release.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the game starts 30 minutes later. Seating is first-come, first-served, and capacity is limited to 100 people.

No alcohol will be sold nor permitted in the venue, although fans can bring their own food and non-alcoholic beverages.

Details for further viewing parties will be announced as the playoffs progress.

Meanwhile, Site B at 3012 Murray St. Is opening the doors of its expansive event space at 6 p.m. for its own “ultimate hockey viewing party,” according to a post on its Instagram page.

Admission is $15 which includes one draft beer from Brave Brewing Company, or a non-alcoholic beverage. Kids are free.

A food truck, Munchu Picchu, will also be available.

Canucks fans in Port Coquitlam can also cheer their team on together at a viewing party at that city’s community centre (2150 Wilson Ave.) where there will be food specials at the concession as well as alcoholic beverages from local breweries and distillery along with prizes for attendees after the first period.

As of this publication, May 10, the City of Coquitlam hasn’t announced any plans for its own public viewing events.