About NHL Tickets
Don't wait to get your NHL tickets because the puck is ready to drop. A pro hockey game is about as exciting a sport game as you'll see so don't wait. The biggest sellers on the site are the New York Rangers, whose fans are hoping this is the year the team finally brings home the Stanley Cup. Other popular teams are the Boston Bruins and the Chicago Blackhawks, who have been among the league's best the past few years. Nothing is bigger in Canada than hockey, and the Montreal Canadiens and the Vancouver Canucks are also plenty popular. The defending Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins will be one of the hottest tickets this season as well.
If you want to see the best players under one roof, NHL All-Star Game tickets are the way to go. And once the playoffs are here and there are just two teams left, come back to purchase Stanley Cup Playoff tickets to see the biggest end in sports.
The National Hockey League is one of the four major sports leagues in North America along with the NBA, MLB and NFL. It is comprised of 30 teams spread across North America, 23 in the U.S. and 7 in Canada. Like the other sports leagues, the NHL is separated into two conferences, the Eastern and Western Conference. Each are then separated down into three more divisions. In the Eastern Conference, the divisions are the Atlantic Division, Northeast Division and Southeast Division. For the Western Conference there is the Central Division, Northwest Division and Pacific Division.
From 1942 to 1967, the NHL played in the era of the "Original Six" and is the birth of the NHL as we know today. Those six teams, which were the Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs, Boston Bruins, New York Rangers, Detroit Red Wings and Chicago Blackhawks, are still in the league. But through expansion and growth, the league continues to gain momentum with fans who love to buy hockey tickets.
The pinnacle of the NHL season is without question the Stanley Cup playoffs. The intensity gets ramped up, and the quality of hockey is unmatched. Whether you buy hockey tickets or watch the games on TV, you will want to see these games. When the Stanley Cup Finals kick off, even non-hockey fans begin to tune in and pay attention. But nothing will quite be like having Stanley Cup tickets and being there in person.