The 2013 – 14 NHL regular season will feature a midseason intermission in order to allow many of the most talented players in the league to compete in February's Winter Olympics in Russia. Once the second act of the season begins, the stretch run toward the playoffs will be packed with a few months of high-stakes entertainment.
If you are one of the many interested in witnessing the postseason unfold, now is the time for you to take a look at the NHL Playoff Schedule and find a handful of NHL Playoff Tickets that might work for you. The postseason tournament begins in mid-April and will feature a newly revamped design as a result of the newly revamped division alignment. The Eastern Conference’s classic Atlantic, Northeast, Southeast Division alignment has been pared down to the Atlantic Division and a newly-minted Metropolitan Division. The Western Conference decided to ditch the Northwest Division and expand upon the Central Division and Pacific Divisions.
16 of the league's 30 teams will continue to make the playoffs each season, but the format has been tinkered with slightly. The run to the Stanley Cup Finals will begin with two interdivisional rounds that produce one winner from each of the four groupings. The two division winners in the Eastern Conference will then square off against one another while the two division winners from the Western Conference do the same.
It will result in two teams advancing to the Stanley Cup Finals that are battle-tested and well versed in how to handle the intense pressure of the NHL Playoffs by the time they reach the biggest series in the sport. NHL Postseason Tickets continue to be a hot seller, and you are encouraged to secure yours sooner rather than later once the game/series you are interested in becomes available.
Despite the incredible popularity of playoff hockey tickets and the growing popularity of the NHL itself, it is still easy to find Cheap NHL Playoff Tickets. Many hockey fans are honest folks who put in a hard day’s work and enjoy getting a good deal on tickets that will put them in the middle of some of the most important hockey games of the year. The results of playoff hockey will forever exist in the record books and in the minds of fans, and you have ample opportunities to watch history be written.