Calgary Flames Playoff Ticket Information
Don your Calgary Flames jersey and show your support for the squad as it heads off into the postseason. Fans will surely be hoping for another playoff run like in 1989 when the Flames triumphed over the top-seeded Montreal Canadiens to win the franchise’s first and only Stanley Cup. Vivid Seats provides fans with the opportunity to purchase Calgary Flames playoff tickets 2015 to all of the team’s postseason matchups, from games at home at the Scotiabank Saddledome to on-the-road clashes. Press the “Tickets” link on a game featured above to proceed to the next page where you can view all seating options available throughout the host venue. Use the provided drop-down menus to arrange the ticket listings by price, quantity, section, or row. Once you’ve found Flames playoff tickets that meet your preferences, click the “Buy” link to be taken to checkout, which you can securely complete online or with the help of a Vivid Seats team member available daily by phone (866.848.8499) and Live Chat.
Calgary Flames Playoff Tickets Information
Flames Bring Back Balanced Core
The Calgary Flames were one of the most balanced squads in the NHL last season, with eight players producing at least 22 points. For the 2013-14 season, the team will welcome back five of its top six point scorers, including left winger Mike Cammalleri (32 points), left winger Lee Stempniak (32), right winger Jiri Hudler (27), left winger Curtis Glencross (26), and center Matt Stajan (23). Together, the core formed one of the best offensive groups in the league a year ago, ranking in the top 11 of the league in goals per game (2.7) and power play percentage.
Added to the rotation this season will be Sean Monahan, the No. 6 overall pick from the 2013 NHL Draft. The 18-year old Canadian is likely to be in the mix at the center position immediately and will be expected to contribute to the team’s balanced scoring efforts throughout his first year. After years of competing in the Northwest Division, the Flames will lean on their returning contributors and new star this season to help ease the transition into their new home in the Western Conference’s loaded Pacific Division.