While sections on the west side of the BC are easily the worst lower level seats in the National Hockey League, seats on the other end of the arena are quite good.
Some of the most popular lower level sections among diehard fans are those in the corner sections. In particular, sections 12-13 and 19-20 are well-angled towards center ice and still offer an equitable and comfortable view of both ends of the ice. For the best overall views, choose a higher row where you\'ll be able to see the other end of the ice better than from the front row.
If you prefer sitting closer to the ice and are looking for that once-in-a-lifetime experience, the front row of these sections is going to be tough to beat. With board battles happening mere inches from the front rows, you won\'t be able to help yourself from pounding on the glass. And being in the premium Rinkside seats (Row 1 only) will also provide all-inclusive food and non-alcoholic beverages.
Beyond the corner sections and the front row Rinkside seats, you\'ll find good sight lines from rows 15-20 in Sections 15-17. From this vantage point you\'ll be above the glass and have great looks of the action when the Islanders are setting up a power play (they shoot in this direction in the first and third periods) or when the other team is off on a breakaway.