Getting information on NHL Seating Charts, such as NHL Seat Views or 3d Views From Your Seat has proven to be surprisingly difficult, until now.
We provide unbiased NHL Seating Chart Reviews with information such as NHL Arena seat numbers, row numbers and tips on the best seats for specific basketball arenas.
For each NHL Arena, we’ve provided a link to the best Official NHL Seating Chart. If a 360-degree seat view or 3d seating chart is available, we provide that link (see below).
For those of you that are looking for detailed information on NHL Arenas, such as:
- Where is my seat within a specific section?
- What will my in-seat view be from a specific section?
- How many seats are there in a row?
- What direction do seat numbers go?
- How many rows are there in a section?
Don’t worry, the detailed NHL Seating Chart Reviews below answer all these questions (individually for each stadium). If you’re ready to purchase tickets to catch your favorite team play, be sure to check out TickPick for the absolute cheapest NHL tickets that NEVER include any service fees!
NHL Seating Charts – 360-Degree In-Seat Views, Reviews & More
Where is the Best Place to sit for an NHL Game?
Unlike NBA and NFL games, NHL games consist of three 20 minute periods, meaning teams switch up which net they’re attacking twice (once after each the 1st and 2nd period). If your seats are located on the goal’s end, your vision of the opposite end is extremely limited. In some cases, you could spend up to two-thirds of the game staring down from the opposite end of the ice while trying to get a glimpse of the action that is so far away (upper level seats along the goal line do not face this issue as much as lower level seats).
It’s because of this that we recommend purchasing tickets located along the length of the ice (preferably between the blue lines) to make your visibility consistent throughout the game. A common misconception; however, is that the closer to the glass you are, the better the seats. In our experience, this is almost NEVER the case, unless you’re sitting in the first row against the glass. It’s our opinion that rows 2-7 are the most overrated seats in the house because the glass not only obstructs your view, but it also distorts it. Due of this, the higher up you are in the lower sections of the rink, the better view you will have.
As we previously mentioned, seats in the upper level sections are never a bad option if you’re looking to save some money. The vantage point from up top is great to catch all plays and some people even prefer these seats over lower-level sections.
NHL Seat Views
Although the seat views provided by each NHL team help you decide on which seats to buy, it’s really tricky using computer-generated images or even real pictures to determine which seats are the best seats for a football game. At TickPick, we’ve incorporate patented 360-degree views that give you an opportunity to not only see a static picture from your seat, but also allows you to look around the entirety of the section to see what the view would be before you decide on buying your tickets. For an example, see the above venues labeled “360-Degree In-Seat View Seating Charts.”
We also utilize algorithms that grade certain sections better than others in order to help you determine which seats you should buy.
The best part of the algorithms is that you can personalize them based on your budget. As our friends at PandoDaily said, “People can weight how much they care about cheapness vs. best seats in the house, and TickPick will give them deals tailored to their needs, graded A-F.”
How to Get the Cheapest NHL Tickets
For some valuable insight on how to save money when buying tickets, check out this article on How to get Cheap NHL Tickets.