New York Rangers Playoff Ticket Information
Since becoming the first NHL team to win the Stanley Cup in 1928, the New York Rangers have made it to the playoffs over 50 times, including in 1994 when they won their fourth NHL title in franchise history. When shopping for New York Rangers playoff tickets 2015, you can always connect with us online via Live Chat or reach us by phone at 866.848.8499 if you need any assistance. Browse through the series schedule above and use the “Filter Results” table to find a game on a particular date or at a specific venue like Madison Square Garden. Click “Tickets” on the matchup you’re interested in attending to view all available listings, and use the interactive seating chart or price range tool bar to sort the options by quantity, section, row, or price. Begin securely placing your order online for New York Rangers playoff tickets online by pressing “Buy.” Rest assured that all confirmed orders are backed by our 100% Buyer Guarantee.
New York Rangers Playoff Tickets Information
New York Rangers Seeded in 2011
On the heels of beating Carolina for the last place in the Eastern Conference playoffs, the New York Rangers are ready to face the NHL’s best. The Washington Capitals will act as a stiff obstacle to the Conference Semifinals for coach John Tortorella’s squad, but the Rangers are fully confident they have the skill and guile to pull off the upset. The Rangers’ greatest strength lies in the considerable talents of their Swedish goalie, Henrik Lundqvist. The All-Star puck stopper led the NHL this season in shutouts, blanking opposing teams 11 times this year. With 2011 New York Rangers playoff tickets hitting the market, fans are excited to see promising young goal scorer Brandon Dubinsky shine in the postseason. The left winger from Anchorage, Alaska is coming off the best regular season of his career, racking up 54 points in 77 games. New York had to defeat the likes of Philadelphia and Boston down the home stretch to win the eighth slot in the East. Victories over top seeded teams like the Flyers and Bruins should give the Rangers a boost going into their series with Washington.