Some of the best upper level seating in the National Hockey League is located in sections 308-310 and 320-322 for a Leafs game. With just a single lower bowl of seating a small ring of suites, the front rows of the 300 level are incredibly close to the ice surface.
While the best seats in these sections are undeniably at the front, fans will find that the experience suffers rather quickly as you move into double-digit rows (10 and above). Fans in the top rows have the longest walks up and down the stairs and the Gondola Boxes above sections 320-322 create a claustrophobic experience for some. Be aware that standing room is found in the very back of many sections here which can also be an alcohol prohibited area.
The high rows shouldn\'t avoided completely, but fans with mobility issues or fans who simply don\'t want to deal with a steep set of stairs should instead aim for lower rows in corner sections where prices are usually comparable.