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About These Seats

With seats behind the benches and the penalty box, the Lower Level Center sections are home to some of the most exciting places to be for a hockey game at PNC Arena. Fans can sit directly behind the Hurricanes bench in Row C of Section 105, or behind the visiting team bench in Row C of Section 103. Seats in Section 104 Row C will be behind either bench, with the higher numbered seats behind the Hurricanes bench.

Seats up against the glass can be found in Row A of Sections 102, 106, 117-118, and 120-121, and offer one of the most thrilling places to sit for a hockey game. However from this close to the ice, it can sometimes be difficult to follow all the action. For the most balanced views, we recommend sitting near the top of the the sections, where you'll have a better elevation for seeing all areas of the ice, and remain close to the concourse entry tunnels.

Sections in the Lower Level Center have up to 30 rows of seating, starting with single lettered rows at the front, followed by double lettered rows near the back. Some sections feature Standing Room areas located just above the last row.


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  • Section 120, Row B
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    March 9 - New York Rangers at Carolina Hurricanes
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    December 19 - Detroit Red Wings at Carolina Hurricanes
  • Section 119, Row E
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    January 20 - Pittsburgh Penguins at Carolina Hurricanes
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Fan Ratings & Reviews

  • Just high enough to see over the scratched glass, close enough to center ice to see action at both sides.

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