Seats behind the net offer fans another inexpensive way to buy tickets on the lowest seating tier. Each of these sections contains more than 30 rows of seats with single-letter rows located at the front and double-letter rows (AA-KK) located above Row Z.
The best views from these sections are usually located at the top where you'll be able to look down on the ice. This gives you a clear view of both sides, while you may struggle to see the opposite end from the front rows.
Glass Seats in Rows A-D come with fantastic views of the hard-hitting action behind the net, along with complimentary food and drink in the Blue Note Lounge.
If deciding between corner seats and those behind the net, most fans prefer corner seating. From there you'll get slightly better sightlines and cleaner looks at both ends.