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Watching the NHL during the regular season is full of excitement and pure entertainment. But the Stanley Cup Playoffs bring the amount of thrill to a new level and are something you don’t want to miss. This year the San Jose Sharks are still in the running for the Stanley Cup as they face off against the St. Louis Blues for the Western Conference title. For the Eastern Conference, the Pittsburgh Penguins are going up against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Get your tickets today to get in on all of the action live before it’s too late. Seeing playoff games in the flesh is something that will create a lifetime of memories so don’t wait a minute longer.
The Stanley Cup Playoffs are well underway, with round 2 coming to an exciting close. The only secured victor so far is the Lightning, who defeated the Islander 4 games to 1 to advance to the next round. The other contests, which include the Stars versus Blues, Predators versus Sharks, and Capitals versus Penguins, are all tied 3-3. As those teams prepare for their respective Game 7s, the Lightning are preparing to battle the winner between the Capitals and the Penguins for the Eastern Conference championships and a chance to make it to the Stanley Cup finals. You can still get tickets for all playoff games, with prices ranging depending on the location and date.
The Stanley Cup Playoffs is often filled with upset and intrigue. This year, it is the Pittsburgh Penguins upsetting several people's expectations that the Capitals would make it to the final games. The Penguins lead the series 2-1, but there is still time for the Capitals to make a comeback. They will have to do it without Brooks Orpik, who received a three-game suspension in Game 2. The Penguins are also missing a top player thanks to the suspension of Marcus Johnasson. The Sharks are the only team who has yet to lose in round one, while the other series are currently tied. You can still get tickets to catch the rest of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
The Stanley Cup Playoffs are in full swing with the first round coming to a close. Seven teams have been eliminated, leaving the New York Islanders, Tampa Bay Lightning, Washington Capitals, Pittsburgh Penguins, Dallas Stars, St, Louis Blues, and San Jose Sharks in the Conference Semifinals. Meanwhile, the Anaheim Ducks and the Nashville Predators enter game seven to break the tie and determine who will be advancing. It has already been a hugely exciting series, so secure your place in the stands to come out and cheer them to victory as you see if your team has what it takes to make it all the way to the Conference Finals.
The first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs is in full swing. In the Western Conference, the Stars lead the Wild 2-1, the Blues lead the Blackhawks 3-1, the Predators lead the Ducks 2-1 and the Sharks lead the Kings 2-1 in the series. On the East, The Islanders lead the Panthers 2-1, the Lightning lead the Red Wings 3-1, the Capitals lead the Flyers 3-0 and the Penguins lead the Rangers 2-1. There are just a few games left to determine who will make it to the second round of the playoffs. You still have a chance to get tickets to catch your favorite team as they battle for the Stanley Cup. Prices range depending on location and date.
The NHL Playoffs kick off this week. With the regular season over, the teams battling for the Stanley Cup are now set. In the first round, the Blues play against the Blackhawks, the Stars face the Wild, the Kings play the Sharks and the Ducks face the Predators in the Western Conference. The Eastern Conference first round sees the Lightning play the Red Wings, the Penguins face the Rangers, the Capitals play the Flyers and the Panthers face the Islanders. As the playoffs continue, fans will be excited to see how their teams do and which ones will continue in the NHL playoffs and make it to play for the Stanley Cup. You can still get tickets to all games, with prices starting at $71.
Fans have been anticipating the NHL playoffs for weeks now. The first news of which teams are making the cut to play in the post season is just starting to come through. Only one team has been seeded, the Washington Capital who lead the Eastern Conference, but seven teams have earned spots in the Stanley Cup total, including the Anaheim Ducks, Chicago Blackhawks, Dallas Stars, Los Angeles Kings, San Jose Sharks, and St. Louis Blues. Only the wild cards remain for the Western Conference, but the teams in on the east coast are still fighting for those last five spots. Be sure to keep an eye on your favorite team to learn if they make it to the postseason.
Just a few weeks remain before the end of the 2015-2016 regular season—and you know what that means! The NHL Playoffs are fast approaching, and the competition is as fierce as ever. In the East, the Washington Capitals have the No. 1 spot locked, but with several teams chomping at the bit to get at this season’s team-to-beat, the Caps definitely can’t take things easy. The Western Conference has several teams on hot streaks; the Stars have won three in a row and are currently atop the Central Division standings, but close behind are the Kings, the Blackhawks and the Blues. Be sure to stay up to date on your favorite team’s standings! We have tickets for all upcoming games available for purchase today!
The NHL playoffs are down to the final games against the Chicago Blackhawks and Tampa Bay Lightning to see who will take home the coveted Stanley Cup. The Blackhawks came out strong, winning the first game. However, the Lightning were not ready to take it lying down, winning the next two games for a 2-1 lead over the series. The Lightning have been utilizing an unorthodox lineup of 11 forwards and seven defensemen, which has become the team’s go-to anytime coach Jon Cooper felt that the team needed some momentum. Using this lineup, the team beat the Blackhawks 3-2 in game 4. During the playoffs, the team has gone 9-4 using this defense, compared to 5-5 using a traditional 12 forwards and six defense. Tickets for Game 4 remain on sale, with prices starting at $118.
6/4/15 - This year’s NHL Playoffs have been anything but predictable. The Anaheim Ducks stampeded their way through the first two rounds, suffering just a single loss before being eliminated in seven games by the Chicago Blackhawks. On the Eastern Conference side of things, the Tampa Bay Lightning needed seven games to escape the first round, six games to advance in the second, and seven more to finally take down the New York Rangers. The winding path has led to a final showdown between the Lightning and Blackhawks, who will play their second game on Saturday evening in search of the famed Stanley Cup. Game 3 is going down in Chicago at the United Center on Monday, June 8th and tickets are on sale now starting at $444!
5/28/15 - The NHL Playoffs are nearly in the final round. Before that happens however, there are two teams that still need to be eliminated with just as many games remaining. On May 30th, the New York Rangers will host the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Anaheim Ducks will host the Chicago Blackhawks. Both matchups are the final game in the semifinals, so we will know which two teams will have a shot at the championship on Saturday. The Rangers and the Ducks are the leader for their division, so they have the obvious advantage, but the underdogs would not be here if they could not hold their own on the ice. There really is no way to say how the games will fall until they are over.
5/20/15 - The NHL playoffs are down to the final four teams: the Anaheim Ducks, Chicago Blackhawks, New York Rangers, and Tampa Bay Lightning. Both series are tied 1-1. The New York Rangers won the first game 2-1, but the Tampa Bay Lightning were not going to let the Rangers dominate for long. They came back in game to beat the Rangers 6-2. The Anaheim Ducks won the first match between them and the Blackhawks 4-1. The second game was closer, going into three overtimes totaling more than 56 minutes of play before Marcus Krugar from the Blackhawks scored the winning goal. Anaheim thought they may have won when Andrew Shaw scored a header during overtime, but the goal was disallowed. You can still get your tickets for the playoffs on Razorgator.
5/12/15 - The NHL Playoffs are starting to come to a close as team after team is packing their 2014-2015 season bags. Currently there are six teams still in the running for the sought after Stanley Cup. Each series has been jam packed full of exciting games, however the Eastern conference is still in the middle of round two of the playoffs, while the Western conference is finished. The New York Rangers and Washington Capitals are tied at 3-3 and have played each game like it was their last. They face off again on Wednesday, May 12 for game seven. In the Western conference the Blackhawks ended their series against the Minnesota Wild at 4-0 sweeping the Wild completely off the ice. See how round two ends in the Eastern conference this week. Tickets are still available to purchase, so don’t miss your chance.
5/8/15 - The NHL Playoffs are always an exciting event, and this year’s Stanley Cup contestants are certainly proving their skills on the ice. Tampa Bay is up 3-1 in the series against the Canadiens, but last night’s game wasn’t one the Lightning want to relive. After being down 3-0, they replaced goalie Ben Bishop with Andrei Vasilevskiy, but the change did little to help their chances. The final score was 6-2 in the match that took place Thursday night. They will face off again on Saturday. In the Western Conference, the Chicago Blackhawks have officially won the best of seven series against the Minnesota Wild. They advance to the third round and will face either Anaheim or Calgary, who play game four tonight (Friday). Anaheim leads the series 2-1.
4/28/15 - The second round of the NHL playoffs begins on April 30, and the league recently announced the scenarios of the round that include the date, time, location, and television network for each game. One Round 1 Game 7 remains between the Detroit Red Wings and Tampa Bay Lightning. The league releases two scenarios covering both possibilities. The winner between the Lightning and the Red Wings will pay the Montreal Candiens. The other match ups include the Washington Capitals against the NY Rangers, the Minnesota Wild against the Chicago Blackhawks, and the Calgary Flames against the Anaheim Ducks. Like Round 1, the teams will battle, and the best of seven games advances to round three. Tickets for Round 2 games and the rest of the playoffs remain on sale now.
4/23/15 - The NHL playoffs are in full swing and all teams are still battling through the first round series. One match up to watch out for is the Tampa Bay Lightning versus the Detroit Red Wings. Currently they are tied 1-1 and both teams are hungry for the next win. The New York Rangers are one of the best teams in the league, but even they haven’t been successful at sweeping their Pittsburgh competitors. The Rangers are leading the series at 2-1, but the Penguins are working towards sinking more shot attempts during their fourth game. Watch the Rangers face off against the Penguins again on April 24, 2015 at Madison Square Garden. Tickets for this game are still available and start at $204 a piece.
4/14/15 - The 2015 NHL Playoffs are scheduled to start this week, and the games are full of capable and aggressive teams all vying for the chance to hold the Stanley Cup. The playoffs consist of four rounds of best-of-seven game series. There are eight teams from both the Eastern and Western conferences that are chosen to move onto post season play. This year both conference brackets are scheduled with intense line-ups and are guaranteed to provide some thrilling games. Watch Ottawa take on Montreal starting on April 15. Tickets are still available starting at $81. Or see Tampa Bay Lightning hit the ice against the Detroit Red Wings on Thursday, April 16. Purchase your tickets for $53 a piece to see all of the action live.
4/9/15 - With just a couple games left in the season for most teams, the field is almost set for this season’s Stanley Cup playoffs. In the Eastern Conference, division mates Boston and Ottawa are battling for that final playoff spot; while in the West, Calgary is hoping to slam the door on the defending Cup holders from Los Angeles.
4/2/15 - With just a few games to go for each team, the NHL regular season is quickly drawing to a close. That’s when the second season, the Stanley Cup playoffs, round into shape, and a hot goalie can take a team ot iced glory.
6/9/14 - The New York Rangers are down 2-0 in the Stanley Cup Final, with the competition headed into Madison Square Garden. Though favored at this point, the Los Angeles Kings have yet to dominate the series, with both of the first two games spilling into overtime. While Los Angeles boats a hard-hitting and relentless squad, this speedy New York team is sure to put up a stellar fight for the home crowd. Buy your Stanley Cup Final tickets for tonight’s match and see if the Rangers can slash the King’s lead in half!
6/2/14 - In the world of sports, nothing quite compares to the action you get with NHL Playoffs tickets, and with the Stanley Cup hanging in the balance, these Conference winners are going to leave it all out on the ice every single game. The Los Angeles Kings dethroned defending Stanley Cup Champions, the Chicago Blackhawks, in seven guts-or-glory Western Conference Finals games. The team showed their impeccable balance as Justin "Mr.Game7" Williams, defensive gem Drew Doughty, That 70s Line and Alec Martinez (OT goal) took the LA Kings to their second Stanley Cup Finals in three years. No other team in NHL history has won three Game 7s away from home in one season, while the New York Rangers are the last team to win in Round 3 OT to advance to the Stanley Cup Finals back in 1994. The 2014 Eastern Conference Champions have been waiting 20 years to get another shot at the Cup, and eliminated the Montreal Canadiens in six games to do so. Henrik "The Unbeatable" Ludqvist is master of postseason, with five shutouts to his name. Not to mention, the trifecta of Dan Girardi, Ryan McDonagh and Marc Staal should give a skiddish Jonathan Quick some trouble. New York is out with something to prove: neither Lundqvist nor coach Alain Vingeault has won a Stanley Cup and the team as a whole has battled grief and adversity to make an appearance in the Finals. While everyone was touting the Blackhawks-Kings matchup, the Rangers finished just four points behind the Kings in the regular season (100 to 94), so this series should be a knock-down-drag-out stunner. Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final gets going this Wednesday (6/4) in Los Angeles. Buy your Stanley Cup Finals tickets today and witness this historic East-Coast West Coast battle in person!
5/27/14 - Both Stanley Cup Playoff series are at decisive 3-1 records, hinging on critical games over the next two nights. The Chicago Blackhawks have come to terms with how tough the prospect of winning back-to-back Stanley Cup Championships is—especially when facing a roadblock like the Los Angeles Kings. The LA squad has lost three games in a row twice this spring (San Jose, Anaheim); perhaps the Blackhawks can induce another Stanley Cup Playoff slip during Chicago's first elimination game of playoffs. In the East, the New York Rangers executed a pivotal lead over the Canadiens during Sunday's Game 4 victory. Martin St. Louis shot an overtime goal to take the team three games over Montreal, and Henrik Lundqvist has allowed just 8 goals in four games. Will both the Kings and Rangers take down their opponents in five games—or are we in store for two more epic Game 7s? Score NHL Stanley Cup Playoff tickets to find out! Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals (Rangers at Canadiens) plays out tonight at Bell Centre; tickets are $85 to start. Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals (Kings at Blackhawks) gets underway Wednesday at United Center; tickets are $94 to start.
5/20/14 - We are now in the thick of Conference Final play in the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs! The New York Rangers and the Montreal Canadiens kicked the third round off for the East on Saturday, while the Los Angeles Kings and the Chicago Blackhawks did battle on Sunday to jumpstart the West. The Eastern Conference Final was set when Montreal and New York both survived their Game 7 thrillers against storied franchises. The Eastern underdogs surmounted the odds and defeated the favorite teams, Boston and Pittsburgh, to advance. NHL Eastern Conference Finals tickets average at $553-577 for Games 3 (5/22) & 4 (5/25) at Madison Square Garden. In the West, Los Angeles did what they do best—perform well under pressure—and sent the Ducks home in a dominating Game 7 exhibition. The Blackhawks struggled against the Wild perhaps more so than anticipated, but still sent them reeling in six games. Now, the two square off in the Western Conference Finals with hopes of advancing to the Stanley Cup Finals. NHL Western Conference Finals tickets are cheaper than the other side of the league, at $373 for Game 2 (5/21) and $454 for Game 3 (5/24). As it stands, the defending Stanley Cup Champions lead in their series with Los Angeles, while the Rangers have the upper hand in their competition with Montreal, two games to none. Get your NHL Playoff tickets today and see history in the making!
5/6/14 - We kicked off Round 2 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs with some spectacular play by the league's most beloved stars and teams. The Blackhawks are looking like their unrelenting postseason selves, as Minnesota trails 0-2, to start the series. The Wild has the opportunity to turn the tide with Games 3 & 4 taking place in St. Paul, starting tonight (get-in for $93, 5/6). The Los Angeles Kings became the fourth team in NHL history to come back from a 0-3 deficit and advance to the second round. Their fiery play has extended into their first playoff series against SoCal rivals, the Ducks, with two exciting wins on the road. But, not so fast—LA's blue line has taken a beating, with two defenders injured and out of the lineup; Anaheim is likely to expose this weakness in Game 3 (get-in for $125, 5/8). Over in the East, the most historic and bitter rivalry in the NHL is heating up: the Bruins rallied from two goals down to defeat the Canadiens and even-up the series after two games. Boston will travel to Montreal with hopes of gaining the lead in tonight's tie-breaking Game 3 (get-in for $217, 5/6). The New York Rangers may have taken back their Round 1 series with Philadelphia, but they are facing a roadblock in the Pittsburgh Penguins. Sid "The Kid" Crosby snapped his 13-game playoff goal drought and Marc-Andre Fleury exacted his second shutout of New York in yesterday's stunner. The Pens have edged out the Rangers 2-1 in the series, with a pivotal Game 4 just around the corner in New York (get-in for $135, 5/7). Does your team never-say-die? Score NHL playoffs tickets and see if they mean it in person!
4/29/14 - The first round of the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs is winding down, and the Round 2 bracket is starting to fill in. Many teams have advanced, including the Chicago Blackhawks, Montreal Canadiens (only team to sweep its first round series), Boston Bruins, Pittsburgh Penguins and Anaheim Ducks. Two tough Western Conference teams, the Minnesota Wild and the Los Angeles Kings, played their hearts out during Monday's critical matches and NHL fans can now enjoy two Game 7s in Round 1. Over in the East, the Philadelphia Flyers are still alive and hope to tie their series with the New York Rangers tonight on home ice. If the Flyers force a Game 7, they will join the Kings/Sharks and Wild/Avalanche showdowns taking place on April 30. Get-in prices for the remaining Round 1 games are as follows: $95 for Kings at Sharks (Game 7, 4/30), $53 for Wild at Avalanche (Game 7, 4/30) and $76 for Rangers at Flyers (Game 6, 4/29). See if these home-advantage teams can salvage their postseason runs with NHL Playoff tickets today!
4/22/14 - The Stanley Cup Playoffs are off to a thrilling start, with the first few games of Round 1 in the books. Teams that have taken a 2-1 lead in their respective series include: Colorado, St. Louis, Anaheim and Pittsburgh. Cup contenders that have shutout their opponents thus far are Montreal (0-3 over Tampa Bay) and San Jose (2-0 over Los Angeles). Tonight poses a tiebreaker for two Eastern matchups: Boston vs. Detroit and New York vs. Philadelphia are 1-1 on the series. Highlights through the first couple games are: Colorado's Nathan MacKinnon, who scored seven points across two games in his first playoff appearance and Matt Calvert, who scored in double-overtime to give Columbus their first-ever postseason victory. Last week's scariest moment came when Ducks defenseman Stephane Robidas suffered a broken right leg on the ice; another lowlight occurred when Brent Seabrook (suspended for 3 games) sent David Backes into the boards with a headshot. Get your NHL Playoffs tickets to see more electrifying action in the fastest and hardest hitting postseason of professional sports!
4/15/14 - As of Sunday, the NHL's regular season officially closed and matchups for the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs were set. The new bracket format has divisional matchups taking place in the first two rounds, with wild cards (Columbus, Detroit, Minnesota, Dallas) being able to cross over regardless of division, and no reseeding of the 16 teams after each round. Over in the East: the underdog Red Wings are pitted against the Presidents' Trophy-winning Boston Bruins, the Tampa Bay Lightning (sans injured goaltender Ben Bishop) will take on the Montreal Canadiens, the Pittsburgh Penguins hope Kris Letang will bring back his offensive prowess to take down the Blue Jackets, and the Flyers will square off against bitter division rivals, the New York Rangers. On the Westside, the Ducks will take on the Dallas Stars who traded defenseman Stephane Robidas to Anaheim last year, the Colorado Avalanche (the west's Cinderella team) are up against the high-pressure Minnesota Wild, the Chicago Blackhawks are pitted against former Cup favorites (turned possible first round exit) St. Louis, and the Los Angeles Kings will take on the San Jose Sharks in what is the most highly anticipated series of the first round. Get your Stanley Cup Playoffs tickets and experience the most intense action all year!
4/8/14 - We're in the final fight for a playoff spot, so you'd think the NHL playoff picture would offer up a bit more clarity! As of today, the Boston Bruins have clinched the Eastern Conference, while the Penguins have taken the Metropolitan Division. Conversely, over in the West, division titles and the conference title are still up for grabs. Wild card contenders are Detroit and Columbus, with New Jersey, Toronto and Washington on the prowl in the East. Dallas and Minnesota lead in the West's Wild Card race, however, Phoenix and Nashville are close behind. If the playoffs started today, we'd see some great rivalries square off: (No. 2) Avalanche vs. (No. 3) Blackhawks, (No. 2) Sharks vs. (No. 3) Kings, (No. 3) Flyers vs. (No.2) Rangers, and Penguins vs. (WC) Red Wings. Here are some must-watch games this week: wild card berths are at stake with the Coyotes taking on the Blue Jackets tonight; Wednesday, the Sharks and Ducks face off to determine first place in the Pacific Division; Sunday, the Stars and Coyotes fight in what could be a winner-take-all scenario, with the victor stealing the final wild card spot in the West. With so much taking place in the final days of regular season, we can't even imagine the awesome action that will go down during the NHL Playoffs this year!
3/31/14 - The Western Conference race for the playoffs may not be as nail biting as the East, but you can bet tonight's match will be. The Minnesota Wild are taking on the Los Angeles Kings, and if the Wild come away victorious, they'll effectively extend the gap between themselves and Phoenix. The Ducks have the opportunity to stretch their division lead over San Jose and hone in on the conference lead held by St. Louis in tonight's game against Winnipeg. Over in the East, a couple teams missed some crucial opportunities, with Philadelphia and Washington failing to grasp precious points, while the Penguins clinched their eighth straight playoff berth. Tonight in New Jersey, the Devils are looking to stay alive against Florida, in a game that could essentially dash their playoff hopes in one blow. Teams are in do-or-die mode right now, which means NHL tickets are starting to go fast, lock yours in before the start of 2014's Stanley Cup Playoffs!
3/25/14 - Now is not the time to panic! That is, unless you're a Maple Leafs fan. Toronto lost their postseason padding when they dropped 5 straight, and are now fighting for the final wildcard spot in the East. Other teams know that solid Januaries or Februaries mean little in the postseason rush come March. Here are the teams keeping their cool: the Sharks clinched a playoff berth this Monday on the back of the second longest active postseason in the NHL, the Blues were the first to clinch in the West, and the Blackhawks will secure their own spot if they defeat the Stars tonight. Over in the East, Boston is the only team to have clinched a playoff berth, while the Rangers and Penguins are close. There are about 10 games left to go—get your NHL tickets now and see which teams will win postseason bids!
3/17/14 - Much like the NBA, the East is considerably weaker when held up to the West in the NHL, and it shows in the final month leading up to playoffs. Current club standing in the East leaves the Penguins and Bruins as the only two teams certain of their playoff contention—everyone else is a mini-slump away from losing it all. While no one is safe in the East, the most likely to stay relevant are the Canadiens and Lighting. The West is a bit more cut-and-dry: the Blues (best record in the league and best in the West), Ducks, Sharks, Blackhawks, Avalanche and Kings are essentially guaranteed their playoff spots. On the Western bubble we have the Wild, Stars and Coyotes competing for a postseason run.
With the NHL Playoffs just around the corner, now is the time to take note of the new format in the 2014 chase for the Stanley Cup. Following realignment (instead of 15 in each conference, there are 16 in the East and 14 in the West), the top three teams in each of the four divisions get playoff berths. The final four wildcard spots (two per conference) go to the teams with the most points outside of the top three —giving you a total of 16 contenders.
Wondering if those trade deadline moves pay off? Thomas Vanek to the Canadiens (scored a hat-trick to spoil Patrick Roy's return to Montreal), Marian Gaborik to the Kings and Ryan Miller to the Blues have certainly bolstered their club's standings. Get ready for a wild run in the playoffs, as teams are finally over their post-Olympic slump and gaining back the hard-hitting, bone-crushing momentum we always see in the NHL playoffs!