How to get Kings-Rangers Game Tickets.
Select the LA Kings-Rangers game schedule from the above listings that you would like to attend, Barry's Tickets offers one of the largest physical inventories of seats to choose from using our interactive Kings seating view chart. Browse the arena sections available and view of the ice from each section selected. You can browse available seats by section, price, zone or compare multiple sections at one time to find the best seats to match your budget.
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Kings-Rangers Game Staples Center Seating.
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What is the Kings-Rangers Schedule?
The Los Angeles Kings play in the Western Conference Pacific Division while the New York Rangers play in the Eastern Conference Metropolitan Division. Both teams play each other once during the regular NHL schedule with one game on home ice for each team switching off every other season. The New York Rangers will play at the Staples Center once this season while the LA Kings will east travel to the Madison Square Garden for one meeting. Order your Kings-Rangers 2016 tickets today and get ready to cheer your team on to victory.
How much are Kings-Rangers Tickets?
Hockey fans in Los Angeles love it when the New York Rangers head west to the Los Angeles Staples Center, and you can tell by the sea of blue and white jerseys in the crowd. With only one appearance during the regular season it makes for one of the most highly anticipated games of the year. If you are attending the matchup at the Los Angeles Staples Center, the average Kings vs. Rangers tickets are $101.00 while back east at the Madison Square Garden, the average ticket price is $203.00 per seat.
More Kings-Rangers Game Information.
The New York Rangers finished the National Hockey League regular season schedule with a 46-27-9 record, 101 points, and 4th in NHL Metropolitan Division. The Rangers were stopped on their road to the Stanley Cup by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the first round. To date, the New York Rangers have made fifty-eight NHL playoff appearances and had won four Stanley Cups.
The Rangers and LA Kings have played each other one hundred and thirty-one times with the Kings winning forty-eight of their outings and the Rangers sixty-four. Last season the teams split their two regular season games. Don't miss this West Coast-East Coast rivalry game! Get your Kings-Rangers 2017 tickets today.
Do you know what the Los Angeles Kings and New York Rangers have in common? The "Great One" Wayne Gretzky played for both franchises. Wayne ended his NHL career in the 1998-99 season for the NY Rangers and played for the LA Kings from 1988 - 95.
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Since 1999, Barry's Tickets has been located caddy-corner from the Los Angeles Staples Center inside the Luxe Hotel. Our Los Angeles office offers a fast and convenient location to pick up or purchase Los Angeles Kings tickets during the preseason and regular season as well as Kings playoff tickets even after the puck drops free of charge.