NHL Playoff Tickets
NHL Playoff Ticket Information
If you'd like to be part of the NHL Playoffs this year, we can put you there! With the excitement building this postseason, we've made sure to stock up on an amazing collection of Stanley Cup Playoff tickets, including Stanley Cup Finals tickets. Watch the season wrap up live and up close as your favorite NHL team battles it out for the championship!
When it comes to searching for NHL Playoff tickets, Vivid Seats makes it as quick and easy as possible. Just view the 2014 NHL Playoff schedule and locate tickets for the date and team you're looking for. We've also put together Stanley Cup tickets by individual team which can be located on the top left of this page. Once you've selected your game, you can easily compare ticket prices by seat using the venue seating maps provided.
Can last year's champions defend their title as the best in the NHL? Watch it all unfold when you purchase your Stanley Cup Playoff tickets this season through Vivid Seats! Remember, you can visit us throughout the year for a full selection of NHL tickets.
NHL Playoff News
Bruins, Ducks Favorites Heading into NHL Playoffs 2014
The 2013-14 regular season was very much a year of change for the NHL, and the postseason will be no different. With a new playoff format in place, many divisional rivalries will be front and center in the early rounds leading into what is sure to be an unpredictable Conference Finals and Stanley Cup Final. In terms of the layout, there will no longer be any re-seeding after the initial series, but rather, qualifying teams will be grouped together according to division. The top squad from each division is paired with one of two wild card teams, all points-based, while the No. 2 and 3 teams in the division automatically draw each other.
For the 2014 NHL Playoffs, the Boston Bruins earned the top overall spot in the Eastern Conference, while the Anaheim Ducks earned the same in the Western Conference. The other No. 1 seeds are the Colorado Avalanche and Pittsburgh Penguins, though should they meet the overall No. 1s, would forfeit home-ice advantage. As a result of the adjusted format, many first-round matchups will feature rarely seen postseason clashes like Bruins vs Red Wings, Rangers vs Flyers, and Blues vs Blackhawks. Chicago of course enters the playoffs as the defending Stanley Cup champion and will be looking to become the first team to repeat since Detroit in the late 90s.