One of the most exciting ways to experience Avalanche hockey is sitting behind the net on the lower level. These seats offer a unique perspective towards the action on the ice, and different experience in different rows.
Sections 110, 116, 134 and 140 extend all the way down from the concourse to the glass. The lowest rows in these sections give a view of the action from near ice level - similar to what the players see as they rush down the ice. When the action moves towards you, you'll be the first to know if a goal is scored or if the goalie made a game-saving stop. The Avalanche shoot twice towards the east end, making seats in 134-140 ideal for fans of the home team.
If the lower rows are too expensive, you'll still find a quality experience in the upper rows. In fact, it will actually be a little easier to see the other goal from one of the higher rows in these sections. You'll also be closer to restrooms and concessions for quick pit stops.