Great seats, facilities and atmosphere. Would definitely recommend.
it was a fun time watching the game and the garden is a good place to watch the game
Balcony in 319 and loved it!!
These seats were cheap but had an awesome view of the game!! Of course, it’s always great to watch the Bs play but the rest of the venue was so much fun!!! The DJ did a phenomenal job keeping the crowd happy and dancing, that was a surprising standout for me.
Bruins Home Opener
Great game, Bruins defeated Ottawa 6-3 in their Home Opener.
Bruins Game 7
One of the best games ever. Doesn't get any better.
Bruins play off even though they lost great time!!
Kept you up to date when the time was and any changes and the process was very easy.
Saturday night hockey
I got great seats for the game between the Bruins and Senators. I arrived early and got to my seats. They were close to the concessions and the bathrooms. It was a great game and I would try to get these for the playoffs.
Was a good night at the Garden as the Bruins beat the Senators. Looking forward to a deep run into the playoffs. Go Bruins!!!!!
Bruins Vs Blue Jackets
It was a great game. I live in New Mexico and wanted to see a Bruins game for many years. The crowd was good too. The only sad part was when a puck went over the glass and bounced of some one and fell between a small boy and the back of his seat, which neither the boy nor his dad noticed. A man behind the boy reached in and pulled the puck from behind the boy and shoved it into his pocket. Again the boy did not notice. A man nearby saw this happen and yelled for the man to give it to the boy but he just ignored him. If I ever get a chance to go to a game again I definitely will.
Bruins played great!
My niece and nephews loved the game! I just think the price of the tickets was outrageous! They were too expensive and I think that price of the tickets is too much or regular people who are not millionaires!
Boston Bruins at TD Garden
Led by a top line of Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand, and David Pastrnak, the Boston Bruins this fall embark on their 95th season in the NHL. From the vein-pumping enthusiasm of the crowd to the arena's memorabilia-lined walls, a night at the Garden is like no other for true fans.
Boston Bruins 2018-19 Season
After taking over in February 2017, Bruce Cassidy enters his second full season as head coach with most of the Bruins' strong roster returning. They're coming off a season in which they went 50-20-12, finished in second place in the Atlantic Division and advanced to the second round of postseason play.
They look to improve on that finish this season with a mix of veteran and young talent — Bergeron and Marchand, along with center David Krejci and Captain Zdeno Chara, have long been among the NHL's elite players. Pastrnak, Charlie McAvoy, Jake DeBrusk, and Danton Heinen lead a core of formidable early-twentysomethings that will continue to make the Bruins a threat. Signings such as John Moore, Jaroslav Halak, Chris Wagner, and Joakim Nordstrom will give Cassidy necessary depth in the lineup.
The Bruins open their home season Oct. 8 against the Ottawa Senators, with the rival Montreal Canadiens making their first visit of the season on Oct. 27.
Boston Bruins History
The Bruins were the first American team to join the NHL (1924) and won their first of six Stanley Cup® Championships in just their fifth season (1929, in the first all-U.S. finals vs. the NY Rangers). The team's early lore is filled with names like Hall of Famers Cecil "Tiny" Thompson, Eddie Shore, and Aubrey "Dit" Clapper.
They added championships in the 1938-39 and 1940-41 seasons, and between 1943 and '58 they reached the Stanley Cup® Finals five more times.
A lull in the 1960s ended with the arrival of future Hall of Famers Bobby Orr (a three-time MVP) and Phil Esposito (one of the greatest goal-scorers ever and the first player to score 100 points in a season). The Bruins won Stanley Cup® Championships in 1970 and 1972 with the image of Orr flying through the air after scoring "The Goal" in overtime to defeat the St. Louis Blues in 1970 one of the most memorable in the sport's history. With Esposito and Orr again leading the way in 1972, the Bruins beat the New York Rangers in six games for the championship.
Twenty-nine straight appearances in the Playoffs followed – a record among all professional sports — including Final appearances in 1974, '77, '78, '88 and '90.
After a two-decade absence, the Bruins returned to the Stanley Cup® Finals in 2011, defeating the Vancouver Canucks in a thrilling seven-game series behind the goaltending of Tim Thomas, and they followed that with another trip to the finals in 2013.