Detroit Red Wings Playoff Ticket Information
With a purchase of Detroit Red Wings playoff tickets 2015, you can secure your chance to be there in person for all of the exciting postseason action this year. If you need any help while shopping for tickets, contact us online by clicking the “Live Chat” link in the upper right-hand corner or call 866.848.8499. As one of the “Original Six,” the Red Wings have a long, decorated history, which includes over 60 years of playoff appearances and 11 Stanley Cups. No matter where the games are held, Vivid Seats will have a wide selection of Red Wings playoff tickets throughout the NHL playoffs. To browse by location, select “Home games” under the “Filter Results” table above to view all of the upcoming matchups at Joe Louis Arena, or select “Away games” to support Detroit on the road. Select the corresponding link on the matchup you want to attend to advance to the next page, where you’ll see a list of Red Wings playoff tickets available for that particular game. Adjusting the price range toolbar will help you find options that fit in your budget while clicking on the various sections of the interactive seating chart will allow you to locate choices available in the perfect spot. Once you’ve decided on a listing, press the “Buy” button to proceed to checkout.
Detroit Red Wings Playoff Tickets Information
Red Wings Set Sights on 2011 Stanley Cup
The Detroit Red Wings couldn't cap the regular season in a better way. A raucous crowd at Joe Louis Arena watched the Wings defeat their oldest rival, the Chicago Blackhawks 4-3 last Sunday. An emotional win over a bitter foe could give Detroit the extra confidence they need to go deep in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. 2011 Red Wings playoff tickets are on sale now for the red and white’s upcoming series with the formidable Phoenix Coyotes. Having to withstand a long spell during the season with star Pavel Datsyuk out injured, Detroit knows how to weather a storm or two. The Wings will have no shortage of playoff experience with the franchise making its 20th consecutive appearance in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Arguably the most successful NHL team of the last 15 years, the Red Wings will be itching to bag their first Stanley Cup of the new decade this season. Beating the Blackhawks in their final regular season contest was nice, but the victory would pail in comparison if Detroit can return the Stanley Cup to Hockeytown this summer.