Purchase your Colorado Avalanche tickets at TicketSmarter to cheer on your favorite hockey team at the Pepsi Center! The Colorado Avalanche were originally known as the Quebec Nordiques and were a founding member of the World Hockey Association in 1972. The team joined the National Hockey League when the NHL and WHA merged in 1979. With limited success in the city of Quebec, the team moved to Denver in 1995 and became the Avalanche. The Avalanche play inside the Pepsi Center located at 1000 Chopper Cir, Denver, CO 80204, which has been the team’s home since the 1999-2000 NHL season.
Upon relocating to Colorado, the team found immediate success by winning the Pacific Division title and winning their first Stanley Cup championship by sweeping the Florida Panthers in four games. The team continued their success over the following years with a string of 8 consecutive Division titles and another Stanley Cup Championship in 2001. The Avalanche’s many years of success were led by future Hockey Hall of Famers Joe Sakic, Patrick Roy and Peter Forsberg who were the on-ice leaders for the team. Secure your Colorado Avalanche tickets to watch the team as they work towards another Stanley Cup Finals victory.
The Avalanche is one of the most popular sports teams in the Denver area with steady near-capacity crowds throughout the team's tenure in the city. Several factors will affect Colorado Avalanche ticket prices including seating location in the Pepsi Center, the team’s standings in the division, the quality of their upcoming opponents and the number of games left in the schedule.
Tickets to see the Colorado Avalanche play live will generally start in a price range between $20 and $30. The average price per ticket is typically anywhere from $50 to $80. Fans looking for cheap Colorado Avalanche tickets should check in the upper levels in the corners of the arena or behind the goal nets. Rinkside seats behind the glass will be the most expensive regular seating tickets, but will also provide an extreme look at the action on the ice.
Colorado Avalanche tickets for games during the current hockey season are found in a price range between $10.00 and $6012.00, while the average price of tickets for a single game this season is around $218.63. The Colorado Avalanche vs. Arizona Coyotes hockey game on March 24th, 2023 at 7:00pm is next up on the schedule for the team. There are 954 tickets available for the game, which will take place at Ball Arena, 1000 Chopper Circle, Denver, CO. Ticket prices for this matchup are starting at $57.00 and go as high as $844.00.
The Avalanche start out their season with six to eight preseason exhibition games in September. Once the rosters have been finalized, the Colorado Avalanche schedule will take hold with the start of the regular season. The regular season starts in October and will see the Avalanche play 82 games through the start of April. The team competes in the Central Division of the Western Conference which will see them play against top teams like the St. Louis Blues, Dallas Stars and Winnipeg Jets several times during the season.
Upon completion of the regular season, the Avalanche may qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs where they will compete against seven other teams to determine a Western Conference champion who will take on the Eastern Conference champion in the Stanley Cup Finals. The playoffs will begin in April while the Stanley Cup Finals will take place in June.
28 hockey games remain on the Colorado Avalanche schedule. The NHL Stanley Cup Finals: Colorado Avalanche vs. TBD - Home Game 4 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) matchup slated to round out the current season. Fans can start purchasing their tickets for this game right now with prices starting as low as $1976.00 and reaching prices up to $2676.00. This game has 44 ticket options available for sale and it will take place at Ball Arena, 1000 Chopper Circle, Denver, CO.
Tickets for the upcoming Colorado Avalanche season will become available after the NHL makes their scheduling announcement in June. This announcement will be made shortly after the Stanley Cup Finals and will include opponents and game dates for the Avalanche. TicketSmarter will have Colorado Avalanche tickets available within a day or two of the announcement being made.
The Avalanche began playing in the Pepsi Center at the start of the 1999-2000 season. It is a perfect setting for hockey as it has a history of hosting major events such as the Stanley Cup Finals, the NHL All-Star Game and the NCAA Frozen Four. The arena can hold a seating capacity of 17,809 fans for NHL hockey games. The Colorado Avalanche seating chart features multiple levels of regular seating along with premium seating options such as theatre boxes, suites and club level seating.
The 100 and 300 levels feature regular seating that surrounds the entire hockey rink. The 200 level also surrounds the entire rink but is made up of suites and club level options. If you’re looking for a seat in front of the goal where the Avalanche will shoot twice, you should look at ticket options in sections 128 through 146 and 344 through 380.
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