About the Seats
Its hard to not be excited about front row seats, especially on the club level, and these seats definitely did not disappoint. Our in-seat waitress was great and was right there every time we needed. Legroom was great for a front row ticket - I've been to other venues where the first row seats have less legroom due to the barrier wall in front, but that was not the case in Section 213. There are no cupholders for these seats, but the wall in front creates a perfect ledge for resting a beverage.
I didn't give 5 stars as these seats had a few drawbacks. Firstly, the safety glass in front creates a bit of distraction while trying to follow the puck through the middle of the ice. While very clean and easy to see through, the glass still makes its presence known and every so often I found myself moving around to limit the distraction. Secondly, the restroom lines were shockingly long. Granted, I'm partially to blame as I made my restroom trips during the second intermission and after the game (both very busy times), but I was still expecting shorter waits given we were on the club level. Also worth noting, one of the urinals in the mens room began overflowing from apparent overuse after the game, which gave us a few less options for getting in and out of there quickly.
But overall, the experience was amazing and I would highly recommend these seats. Corner views are excellent for a hockey game as it allowed us to appreciate the east/west and north/south movement of the players and the puck. And for comfort and convenience, its tough to beat the club level....More
- watching the game
- impressing a guest
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You can see every bit of action and it is very hard to lose the puck. Some may gripe about the prices in the 200 level, but I look at it as a chance to watch a great hockey game completely sober.