New York Rangers Tickets And Seating Chart
If you're already a New York Rangers fan, then you know that this great hockey team lives up to the name and reputation that hockey stands for in every sense of the word. On Wednesday, January 20, 2010, the New York Rangers' Patrick trophy winner John Halligan passed at the age of 68. Halligan served the New York Rangers for four decades as one of their public relations executives and gained the respect from members industry wide for his passion for the game.
The New York Rangers are truly a force to be reckoned with on the ice. Their strategies on the ice have led them to a great number of victories both at home and away in games against formidable adversaries from around the country and in Canada. The Rangers are currently in third place, surpassed only by Pittsburgh and New Jersey for the division. The Rangers currently have 55 points with 12-11-4 for home games and 12-8-3 for away games. In the Eastern Conference, the Rangers are in sixth place behind Washington, New Jersey, Buffalo, Pittsburgh and Ottawa. Marian Gaborik heads the top of the list in stats for forwards and defensemen with 61. Vinny Prospal (36), Brandon Dubinsky (28), Ryan Callahan (27) and Michael Del Zotto (24) round out the top five team players.
The Rangers take on Philadelphia on their own ice on the 21st at the Wachovia Center. This is a great matchup for the Atlantic Division rivals and represents the third match of the season between the two. The Rangers will take on the Flyers again on March 14 at home, April 9 at home and April 11 again at Wachovia Center. The Rangers will then take on the Penguins on January 25 and continue as scheduled through the rest of the 2009-2010 season. With so much of the season remaining, it's very possible that this formidable New York team will take their best game playing skills to the top of the division and beyond.
Madison Square Garden commands respect on the strength that this venue has built over the years. The fact that it is home to the New York Rangers only adds to the credibility of this venue that is recognized around the world as one of the greatest locations for many different types exciting events from concerts to hockey games featuring the New York Rangers. When it comes to fantastic venues, Madison Square Garden holds a place of distinction above most. Located at 4 Pennsylvania Avenue in New York, New York, Madison Square Garden has been providing many satisfied patrons with opportunities to experience a world class venue for their events.
Seating differs depending on the particular type of event you plan to attend. When it comes the New York Rangers, fans pack into Madison Square Garden to support their Rangers for every home game. It is the 84th years that the Rangers have set their sights on the Stanley Cup again this season. Players, coaches, fans and even opponents have to give credit to the Rangers where it's due because they've had four consecutive playoff appearances in Stanley Cup playoffs and are contender again this season.
Whether you want to sit rink side and catch all of the action right beside the glass or club suites on the 9th and 10th floor, there are excellent sites to the action on the ice. Four towers provide entrance to the Garden and proximity to seating. VIP Boxes, Lofts and Legends Box provide unique seating arrangements for entertaining guests, family and friends. The Club Bar & Grill and Play By Play Sports Bar offer exclusive dining experiences for patrons seated in the suite and club seating areas.