2021-2022 NHL® Tickets

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The NHL® schedule has dropped, and the regular season is around the corner. Now is your chance to grab tickets on Ticketmaster, the Official Ticket Marketplace of the NHL®, before your favorite team gets out on the ice. Check out the links below and be sure to check back for more information about this season as it becomes available. We can't wait to see you there, live

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Featured Events

Winter Classic

JANUARY 1, 2022

2022 NHL Winter Classic®

St. Louis Blues vs. Minnesota Wild

Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

Stadium Series

FEBRUARY 26, 2022

2022 NHL Stadium Series™

Nashville Predators vs. Tampa Bay Lightning

Nissan Stadium, Nashville, TN

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Official Ticket Packages include premium seating, hospitality and exclusive experiences.

 

FAQ

  • How does COVID-19 affect my tickets?

    We’re working closely with the NHL® and the teams to ensure that we keep fans updated. Due to the continually evolving situation, the NHL® or teams may decide to reschedule, postpone or cancel events, in which case fans will be promptly notified.

    Full refunds will be available if a game is canceled and it cannot be replayed, or if it is played under conditions that prohibit fans from attending. If a game is postponed or rescheduled, your tickets may be valid for the new date, so hang onto them and we will keep you posted.



    What safety measures should I be aware of this season?

    Event organizers may implement additional safety measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, such as required face masks, reduced capacity, health screening and contactless transactions. For the latest information, visit your team’s official website.

  • If I can’t make the game, can I sell my tickets on Ticketmaster?

    If for some reason you can’t make the game, you can sell your tickets on Ticketmaster directly from your account.* If your seats are part of a socially distanced seating pod, you must sell your seats together as a group in order to help enforce social distancing guidelines.

    When you visit your account, if you see a “Sell” button on your order, you’ll be able to sell your tickets verified through Ticketmaster. Just click the button to set your price and list your tickets. When your tickets sell, we’ll make sure you receive the correct funds via direct deposit after the event. You can also edit or remove your listing anytime.

    * In certain instances an artist, team or venue may not allow resale for certain rows/seats

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NHL® Pre-Season & Regular Season

The thrill of NHL® hockey is back, and your favorite players are ready to hit the ice for another season of fast-paced action. The NHL® regular season begins on October 12th, 2021 and runs for a full 82 games, concluding on April 29th. It is preceded by the NHL® preseason, which starts up in late September, 2021 and continues into early October. The classic league structure that fans know and love is back, as teams will be returning to the traditional Eastern and Western Conferences, in the Atlantic, Metropolitan, Central, and Pacific Divisions. This season, the Seattle Kraken will be making their debut as they join the Pacific Division, with the Arizona Coyotes joining the Central Division. On February 4-5, 2022 the season will take a break so players can participate in another fabulous All-Star weekend. The Winter Classic will be returning this season, with the Minnesota Wild squaring off against the St. Louis Blues on January 1st, 2022 at Target Field in Minnesota. The Stadium Series is also back, and will feature the defending champion Tampa Bay Lightning taking on the Nashville Predators on February 26, 2022 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville.

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Stanley Cup Playoffs

Stanley Cup® Playoffs

After a hard fought regular season, the Stanley Cup® Playoffs are when teams lay it all on the line to secure their legacies for years to come — and this year will be no different. The Playoffs will begin in May 2022, with four exciting rounds — including the quarterfinals, semifinals, conference finals and, of course, the ultimate round, the Stanley Cup® Final. These best-of-seven series will still have fans on their feet cheering for their favorite teams from both near and far. Last year’s thrilling Stanley Cup® Final saw the defending Stanley Cup® Champions in the Tampa Bay Lightning take on the Montreal Canadiens in an exciting five game series before once again hoisting the Stanley Cup® for the second straight season.

Stanley Cup Final History

Stanley Cup® History

The Stanley Cup® Championship dates back to March 18, 1892, when Lord Kilcoursie of the Ottawa Rebels hockey club announced on Lord Stanley’s behalf that, “It would be a good thing if there were a challenge cup which should be held from year to year by the champion hockey team in the Dominion (of Canada).” Shortly thereafter, Lord Stanley purchased a silver cup measuring 7.5 inches in height and 11.5 inches in width. In 1893, the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association Hockey Club was awarded as the first champion of the Amateur Hockey Association of Canada. Today, the Stanley Cup® Championship is the most prestigious award in the NHL®. Over the history of the Cup, the Montreal Canadiens have won 24 times, the Toronto Maple Leafs 13 times, and the Detroit Red Wings 11 times.

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