Each section has a varying number of rows and seats per row. If you already have tickets, find your seats for row and seat numbers.
The home bench is located near Section 106.
The Rangers shoot twice towards the net in front of sections 111 and 112. Along with nearby sections, these seats will give you the best views of the Rangers as they attack in the first and third periods.
Doors for Rangers games open hour prior to puck drop. For club ticketholders, you may enter the Club Bar and Grill two hours before the first face-off.
For Rangers games, section 108 is part of the Side Club. All ticketholders in these seats get access to the Club Bar and Grill, along with in-seat wait service.
Fans seated in rows 10 and below will have their ticket stamped with Club Gold (as opposed to Club 2). In these seats, food and non-alcoholic drink are included.
At any rate, sitting in row 17 will afford you a great view of the ice from just inside the blue line near the visiting team bench.
The Delta Sky Club will be accessible for all fans with tickets in Sections 4 through 6 and 10 through 12 (which are known as the Delta Sky 360 Club seats). Another area where fans will have access to the Delta Sky Club is found in the first two rows (Row AA and Row A) of Baseline Club sections 1 through 3, and 7 through 9.
For Rangers games, the first ten rows of Section 120 are part of the Corner Club. Amenities include in-seat wait service and access to the Club Bar and Grill (but not the 360 Club).
The front of section 120 is elevated above the ice (the front rows do not reach the boards). As such, seeing board battles in the corner will be difficult. However, you will have one of the best views of the goalie and net on this set of the rink.