Lower Level Corner SeatingCorner seating on the lower level offers great views for the experienced hockey fan, as it combines both the goal to goal action with the cross ice movement and passing. The views are much less traditional than what you typically see in a TV broadcast, but allow you to really appreciate the speed and complexity of the game.
Pens fans will want to find themselves in either Sections 104-105 or 109-110 where you'll be closest to the net where the Penguins attack during both the 1st and 3rd periods. Sections have up to 24 lettered rows of seating, with Row A being closest to the glass. For the shortest walks to and from the seats and best seating height for following the action, we recommend opting for seats near the top of the sections. All Lower Level Corner Seating
Most seats in this section are pretty close to the ice.
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Section 109 Seating Chart With Rows
Recently Asked Questions
How many rows of seating are in Section 109?
Frequently Asked Question
For hockey games there are 24 rows of seating in this ection. The first row is labeled A and the last row is labeled Z.