2014 Stanley Cup Finals Tickets

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 2014 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.

At Vivid Seats, from the post season, to regular season, to 2014 Stanley Cup playoff tickets - you can rely on us to meet your needs right up until the dropping of the puck. To select your seats for the final games this season, find your team above and click through to the full list of Stanley Cup Finals dates. Click on your game and look over all available tickets and seating options. Take advantage of our Live Chat and speak with a Vivid Seats associate regarding any questions you may have about tickets to the NHL Finals this year, including pricing or venue seating. Remember, your purchase is always 100% guaranteed on our website, making Vivid Seats the secure source for Stanley Cup Finals tickets each and every year.

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Bruins, Blackhawks Earn Spot in 2013 Stanley Cup Finals

Though the season was shorter than usual, the excitement has been there all the same. The 2013 NHL postseason in particular has been nothing short of sensational, and there’s still plenty more to be played. For the first time since the late 70s, the Stanley Cup Finals will boast an all-Original Six matchup in the form of the Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks. It will be their first time meeting since 2011, and is sure to be one for the ages, as each team has been dominant on both sides of the puck. The goalies, especially, have been tough to top, as Corey Crawford of the Blackhawks and Tuukka Rask of the Bruins, have allowed nearly the same goals per game mark thus far, a mere 1.74 and 1.75, respectively.

While Chicago was the talk of the league for the majority of the regular season thanks to its record-breaking point streak, Boston has owned the headlines in the playoffs. The Bruins narrowly avoided a first-round loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs, which required one of the sports world’s more incredible comebacks, before sailing through the next opponents, including a 4-1 defeat of the New York Rangers and 4-0 sweep of the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Blackhawks also came close to elimination after going down 3-1 to the Detroit Red Wings, but clutch performances keyed a successful rally to advance, before the squad knocked out the defending champion Los Angeles Kings. You won’t want to miss the thrilling conclusion live, so purchase 2013 Stanley Cup Finals tickets today.