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LA Kings Vs Rangers Tickets:
Ordering and Receiving is easy even on the day of or minutes before the Kings Vs Rangers game starts.
- You can order tickets online as well as download the tickets when you want to with our "E Tickets"
Call Us - You can call our office at 800 348 8499 and speak to a live rep who has been to the Staples Center and can help you with any questions you might have, they have the tickets set up to be downloaded by you, Fed Ex'ed or you can pick up your tickets in person at one of our Los Angeles offices.
Walk In - Yes you can walk into our office caddy-corner from the Staples Center! Our office inside the Luxe Hotel is open from 10am-9pm Monday - Sunday. If you ordered tickets you can pick them up there or you can walk in and purchase physical Kings Vs Rangers tickets even up till and after your event starts if tickets are still available.
Kings Vs Rangers for the Stanley Cup!
After dispatching the Chicago Blackhawks in game seven at the United Center on an overtime goal from defenseman Alec Martinez, the Los Angeles Kings now set their sights on the New York Rangers, who defeated Montreal to advance to the Stanley Cup Finals. The Kings have been best this postseason with their backs against the wall. Los Angeles is 7-0 in elimination games, including an incredible comeback in the opening round down 3-0 versus the San Jose Sharks. The Kings game seven victory over Chicago was the third consecutive postseason series they've won with a road victory in game seven.
The Rangers have reached the finals after upsets of Pittsburgh in the second round and Montreal in the Eastern Conference finals. The Rangers success is predicated on a stellar defense led by Ryan McDonaugh and the dominant goaltending of Henrik Lundqvist. The veteran Rangers netminder has had a strong postseason with a 2.03 goals against average and a .928 save percentage. Martin St. Louis leads the Rangers in scoring this postseason, tied with McDonaugh. St. Louis, the veteran sparkplug acquired from Tampa Bay at the trade deadline, has become an emotional story due to this death of his beloved mother in early May.
The story for the Kings this postseason, beyond the come from behind magic, has been the evolution of their offense. The Kings have the dominant defensive scorer in this year's postseason in Drew Doughty, and three of the top four scoring forwards. Anze Kopitar and Jeff Carter lead the entire NHL in postseason scoring, with Marian Gaborik fourth. Gaborik, who the Kings acquired at the trade deadline from the Columbus Blue Jackets, is a former Rangers forward who's ignited the Kings offense. While the Kings veteran stars have had outstanding postseasons, they've also received tremendous performances from young forwards Tanner Pearson and Tyler Toffoli, who have formed a dynamic pairing with veteran Jeff Carter.