Little Caesars Arena

Detroit Red Wings 200 Level Sides Seating

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Sitting Here for a Hockey Game

Fans can find some of the most affordable center ice views on the 200 level, however choosing the right seating row will have a big impact on your viewing experience.

On both sides of the arena you will have to contend with overhanging structures (Gondola seats on the west side, Press Box on the east) which begin to create a sense of tunnel vision in the higher rows. Stick with seats in rows 5 and below and you will have a much better overall experience than those in rows 6 and higher where the overhang narrows your view and cuts off portions of the videoboard.

Concourse entry tunnels are located just above row 1, so not only do the lower numbered rows keep you clear of the overhang issue, but they will also keep you closer to the restrooms and concessions.  - RateYourSeats.com

Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

  • "Good View But No Room"

    (Section 225) - -

    No leg room. No shoulder room. Feels like you're cut off from the bowl due to the overhang.

  • "Do Not Sit Here"

    (Section 211) - -

    Tempting to sit a center ice no matter which row you're in, but don't do it. It's bad enough that the stairs are really steep on the 200 level, but you also have to contend with the bridge deck blocking your view. Sit somewhere else!

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