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!
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NHL Playoff News
Rangers, Blues Lead Pack for NHL Playoffs 2015
A new Stanley Cup champion is guaranteed for 2015, as the postseason will be without the Los Angeles Kings, who had won it all twice in the last three years. Instead, the Western Conference will be represented in the NHL playoffs 2015 by No. 1 seeds, St. Louis and Anaheim, followed by No. 2 Nashville and Vancouver, No. 3 Chicago and Calgary, and No. 4 Minnesota and Winnipeg. As instituted last year, there will not be any re-seeding following any rounds. The Blues, which are widely considered the favorite in the west, will meet the Wild in the first round, and the winner will advance to face either the Predators or Blackhawks. Over in the Pacific, the Ducks drew the Central Division's Jets, and the Canucks will take on the Flames.
The top-seeded New York Rangers represent the favorite in the Eastern Conference, though many also have tabbed last year’s Stanley Cup Final runner-up to go all the way. They’ll first need to advance past the fourth-seeded Pittsburgh Penguins, who have triumphed as recently as 2009, while the Rangers’ last championship was in 1994. Either the No. 2 Washington Capitals or No. 3 New York Islanders will be up next for the divisional round. Meanwhile, over in the Atlantic, the Montreal Canadiens earned the No. 1 seed and will face the Ottawa Senators in the first round. The winner will take on either No. 2 Tampa Bay or No. 3 Detroit. The Eastern Conference will be looking to produce its first Stanley Cup champion since the Boston Bruins in 2011.