Sections 100-101, 110-112 and 121 are located closest to center ice on the lower seating tier at the Verizon Center. Their proximity to the red line and to the ice make them among the most desirable seats in the arena.
Like most lower level sections, each of these contain roughly 20 rows of lettered seats with Row A closest to the ice right on the glass. Exceptions are found in Sections 100 and 111 where the player benches and penalty box occupy the first two rows. In these sections, Row 3 is directly behind the box or bench.
For fans considering tickets in these sections, there are three different experience types:
The first is sitting in Row A against the glass. These are ideal for the fan who loves the hard-hitting action, wants to be seen on television or wants to bang on the glass.
The second option is for fans who want to get as close to the players as possible. Seats behind the benches or penalty box are ideal for seeing the players jump on and off the ice and for seeing how they behave when they're waiting for a line change. The view of the entire ice surface is usually at least partially blocked by the players.
If you're looking for the best views of the action on the ice, consider one of the higher rows (N and higher). Sitting in these higher rows won't have you breathing on the back of Alexander Ovechkin, but you'll have great views of both ends of the ice and also quick access to concessions and restrooms.