Los Angeles Kings Playoff Ticket Information
Secure Los Angeles Kings playoff tickets 2015 from Vivid Seats to witness your favorite NHL team in action as it takes on the toughest teams in the league throughout the postseason. Fans will surely never forget the triumphant road to Stanley Cup victory in 2014 when the Los Angeles Kings played 26 playoff games en route to being crowned champion, becoming the first team in the league to appear in that many postseason matchups and still win the final series. Select filters for home or away to narrow down the list of games above to find upcoming matchups at the Staples Center or on the road. When you’ve found a matchup you’re interested in attending, press “Tickets” to view all available listings on the next page, which you can sort by using the provided drop-down menus, price range toolbar, and interactive seating chart. Our customer service team is available daily during extended business hours online over Live Chat or by phone at 866.848.8499 if you need any help when shopping for Los Angeles Kings playoff tickets.
Los Angeles Kings Playoff Tickets Information
Kings Pin Playoff Hopes on Quick in 2011
Armed with a named suited for a Wild West duel and knack for coming up big in pressure situations, Jonathan Quick will be the Los Angeles Kings’ best asset in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The netminder has been one of the toughest goalies to score on in the wild Western Conference, giving up an average of just 2.24 goals per game. The even-keeled goalkeeper from Milford, Connecticut has been wowing crowds at the Staples Center all season with his puck-stopping acrobatics in front of net. LA faithful springing for 2011 Kings playoff tickets will hope defensemen Drew Doughty and Jack Johnson can give their keeper all the support he needs in the playoffs. Head coach Terry Murray decided to give Quick eleven less starts this season to keep him fresh for the postseason. Quick will need to command the crease when the Kings go head-to-head with the second seeded San Jose Sharks. In the offensive zone, Los Angeles' hopes rest with versatile forward Dustin Brown (netted 28 times for Kings in 2011). Quick's life in goal will be made much easier against the Sharks if Brown can torment the opposing net in the Quarterfinals.