Vancouver Canucks fans in Abbotsford on South Fraser Way celebrate the club’s game five win on Tuesday. (YouTube)

VIDEO: Abbotsford hockey fans celebrate Vancouver Canucks playoff win

#SouthFraserCellies take over Abbotsford’s South Fraser Way on Tuesday night, game six on Thursday

Abbotsford hockey fans took to the streets last night after the Vancouver Canucks big 2-1 win over the Vegas Golden Knights.

The #SouthFraserCellies saw local hockey fans celebrate inside and outside their cars, as the Canucks managed to stave off elimination.

“Retired” videographer Kevin MacDonald documented some of the celebrations following the victory.

Abbotsford hockey fans have been taking in big wins on South Fraser Way for the majority of the postseason. Game six occurs on Thursday.

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