Love ball arena and supporting our local sports teams. Also enjoyed the band entertainment during the game
- Current Location
- 10/5/23Thursday 07:00 PMLas Vegas, NVT-Mobile ArenaVegas Golden Knights vs. Colorado Avalanche
- 10/11/23Wednesday 07:00 PMLos Angeles, CACrypto.com ArenaLos Angeles Kings vs. Colorado Avalanche
- 10/14/23Saturday 07:00 PMSan Jose, CASAP Center at San JoseSan Jose Sharks vs. Colorado Avalanche
- 10/17/23Tuesday 07:00 PMSeattle, WAClimate Pledge ArenaSeattle Kraken vs. Colorado Avalanche
- 10/19/23Thursday 08:30 PMDenver, COBall ArenaColorado Avalanche vs. Chicago Blackhawks
- 10/21/23Saturday 07:00 PMDenver, COBall ArenaColorado Avalanche vs. Carolina Hurricanes
- 10/24/23Tuesday 08:00 PMBelmont Park - Long Island, NYUBS ArenaNew York Islanders vs. Colorado Avalanche
- 10/26/23Thursday 07:00 PMPittsburgh, PAPPG Paints ArenaPittsburgh Penguins vs. Colorado Avalanche
- 10/29/23Sunday 01:00 PMBuffalo, NYKeyBank CenterBuffalo Sabres vs. Colorado Avalanche
- 11/1/23Wednesday 07:30 PMDenver, COBall ArenaColorado Avalanche vs. St. Louis Blues
- 11/4/23Saturday 07:00 PMLas Vegas, NVT-Mobile ArenaVegas Golden Knights vs. Colorado Avalanche
- 11/7/23Tuesday 08:00 PMDenver, COBall ArenaColorado Avalanche vs. New Jersey Devils
- 11/9/23Thursday 07:00 PMDenver, COBall ArenaColorado Avalanche vs. Seattle Kraken
- 11/11/23Saturday 07:00 PMDenver, COBall ArenaColorado Avalanche vs. St. Louis Blues
- 11/13/23Monday 07:00 PMSeattle, WAClimate Pledge ArenaSeattle Kraken vs. Colorado Avalanche
- 11/15/23Wednesday 07:00 PMDenver, COBall ArenaColorado Avalanche vs. Anaheim Ducks
- 11/18/23Saturday 07:00 PMDallas, TXAmerican Airlines CenterDallas Stars vs. Colorado Avalanche
- 11/20/23Monday 07:00 PMNashville, TNBridgestone Arena Nashville PredatorsNashville Predators vs. Colorado Avalanche
- 11/22/23Wednesday 08:00 PMDenver, COBall ArenaColorado Avalanche vs. Vancouver Canucks
- 11/24/23Friday 07:30 PMSaint Paul, MNXcel Energy CenterMinnesota Wild vs. Colorado Avalanche
Official Ticket Marketplace of the Colorado Avalanche
Colorado Avalanche History
The Avalanche, who have won three Stanley Cup Championships (1996, 2001 and 2022), began as the Quebec Nordiques of the World Hockey Association in 1972. After capturing one WHA title, the Nordiques joined the NHL in 1979. The franchise moved to Denver in 1995 and became the Colorado Avalanche under the leadership of Pierre Lacroix.
In the Avalanche's 28 years in Colorado, the team has captured 12 Division Championship titles, three Conference Championship titles, three President's Trophy honors, and has retired six player jerseys including Joe Sakic, Peter Forsberg, Milan Hejduk, Patrick Roy, Adam Foote and Ray Bourque.
Colorado Avalanche Team Info
Year Founded: 1995
Team Colors: Black, Blue, Burgundy
Team Rivals: Detroit Red Wings, Dallas Stars, Edmonton Oilers, Calgary Flames
Colorado Avalanche at Ball Arena
The 2022 Stanley Cup Champions Colorado Avalanche bring their fast-paced and hard-hitting style to Ball Arena, home to one of the most interactive fan experiences in sports. Ever since the Avalanche debuted in Colorado over two decades ago, the team has inspired a passionate following — fans that gave the franchise the NHL record for most consecutive sold-out home games during the 1995-1996 season.
The Colorado Avalanche’s 2023–24 regular season kicks off in October at Crypto.com Arena, when the Avalanche face off against the Los Angeles Kings. The Avalanche play their final game of the regular season at home against Western Conference rivals the Edmonton Oilers. Here’s a list of key games to keep an eye on:
- 10/11 @ Los Angeles Kings
- 11/18 @ Dallas Stars
- 11/25 vs. Calgary Flames
- 12/31 vs. San Jose Sharks
- 02/22 @ Detroit Red Wings
- 03/06 vs. Detroit Red Wings
- 04/07 vs. Dallas Stars
- 04/18 vs. Edmonton Oilers
Tickets for the 2023–24 regular season can be purchased on Ticketmaster, the Official Ticket Marketplace of the Colorado Avalanche.
The Avalanche have made three appearances in the Stanley Cup Final, and have won all three times (in 1996, 2001 and 2022). They are the only NHL team that has won at all of its appearances in the Stanley Cup Final.
The seating map for Ball Arena can be viewed here.
The playoffs were obviously a disappointment for both fans and the team. We will all just need to dust off the past year and look ahead to next season. Avs clearly have the fan base, experience and the ability to succeed and win. Mistakes were made, it’s what they do moving forward that will be help them get back to the success and team we know the Avs are capable of being.
We sat in an upper 300 level seats on east side about center ice. The acoustics were so poor that was impossible to hear anything from the speakers, nor the refs whistles. The only thing that you could hear clearly was the puck hitting the glass. I will never get seats in that location again.
Nowhere in the buying process did it state they were Standing Room Only and not seats. The camera views were not helpful during the buying process as it didn’t show the handicap row would completely block your view of the ice even standing. We didn’t see SRO until we accepted our tickets and at that point it was too late. I wish I could chalk it up to I went to fast and missed it but I spent time trying to figure out the cost difference between sections and I really wish I would have spent less for one row up to have seats. Lasted 10 minutes and went home to watch from our couch
Section 349 Row 3 Seat 1 has an obstructed view that was not listed in the ticket sale.
Event staff went above and beyond with helpful info that made our experience at Ball Arena enjoyable and the most positive experience i have ever had at an arena.
The last home game of the regular season was a night to remember. The Avs treat fan to a fantastic show with a win against the Jets to win the 2 important points. There were tons of giveaways. The crowd was wild and the atmosphere was electric.
I love the Colorado Avalanche and love watching live events here. Good seating choices and view of the main stage or center ice/court, good atmosphere, decent concessions. You're gonna pay a little extra to park nearby or for any food or drink but it's convenient. They never give out anything free for hockey games, even on fan appreciation nights. That's the only missing part of the experience, considering every away game I've gone to in other states, I've gotten something free from the visiting arena like a t shirt, a bag, a towel, etc.
Need to add more standup tables in the concourse. At least for every portal area !
The game was really good one of the buggest games of the year at that point in the season. Nothing to complain about other than the price of beer.