Corner seats are an inexpensive way to see an Avalanche game from the lower level. When choosing seats in these sections, pay close attention to the row and the side of ice you're on.
Some of the most under-rated seats for a hockey game at the Pepsi Center are in the highest rows of these lower corner sections. Fans will get a great angle towards center ice and the elevation of a higher row makes it easier to see the other end of the ice with ease.
If you prefer to be closer to the action, the first few rows in these sections will give you up-close views of board battles, hard checks and goals as they head into the net. You'll find that when the action is on your end of the ice, there aren't any better seats in the stadium. But when there's a power play or long possession on the opposite end, sitting in a lower row makes it difficult to easily see the other end.
For the best overall experience, choose the end where your preferred team shoots twice. If you're an Avalanches fan, consider sections 130, 132, 142 and 144 where the home team attacks in the 1st and 3rd periods. Conversely, if you're a fan of the visiting team, opt for seats on the opposite side.