Stanley Cup Finals Tickets
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The NHL's two finest teams have finally been decided this season and finding Stanley Cup Finals tickets is on every hockey follower's mind. Vivid Seats has made it easy for you this year by putting together an assortment of Stanley Cup Finals tickets that every NHL fanatic is trying to locate. We've leveraged our relationship with our esteemed ticket broker affiliates to offer you ultimate seating selection and pricing flexibility that will put you in the seats of your dreams when your team tries to snag the Stanley Cup trophy and title.
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Historic 2014 Stanley Cup Final in Store for Kings-Rangers
While considerable drama was all but expected with the new NHL playoff format rolled out this postseason, some of the other results likely came as much more of a surprise. In the case of the Los Angeles Kings and New York Rangers, it’s history in the making, as the two franchises will meet in the 2014 Stanley Cup Final for the first time ever. In fact, the matchup itself will only be the third all-time, with the two prior postseason meetings coming back in 1979 and 1981. Additionally, LA and New York also became the first squads in NHL history to advance to the final after having played all 14 games in the first two rounds. The Kings also went to seven against the Chicago Blackhawks in the Western Conference Finals, while the Rangers defeated the Montreal Canadiens in six.
With a slight 100-96 points advantage, Los Angeles will at last enjoy home ice for the Stanley Cup Final. Games 1 and 2 at the Staples Center will take place on June 4 and 7, before making way to Madison Square Garden for Games 3 and 4 on June 9 and 11. If necessary, the series will head back west for Game 5 on June 13, with Game 6 in New York scheduled for June 16, and a potential Game 7 would come on June 18 in LA.