The average price for Los Angeles Kings tickets during the regular season has remained relatively consistent over the past six seasons. The highest Los Angeles Kings ticket prices were at their highest during the 2015-2016 season, reaching an average ticket price of $80. The lowest average ticket prices for the Kings was during the 2013-2014 season at $50. The current 2016-2017 average ticket price for the LA Kings is at $57, which is a 40% decrease from the previous year.
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Los Angeles Kings Hockey at Staples Center Address: 1111 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, California, 90015
The Los Angeles Kings play all their home games at the Staples Center, located in Los Angeles, California. When filled to capacity, the legendary facility holds over 18,000 screaming fans. The Staples Center hosts over 250 events a year and it is the home of the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers of the NBA and Los Angeles Sparks of the WNBA. The Los Angeles Kings home bench is on the Staples Center rink side in front of sections 101-102. Staples Center parking information is covered in our Kings event guide.
Kings vs. Oilers
The first year these two clubs met in the playoffs was 1982, where the Oilers were heavily favored behind the NHL points champion Wayne Gretzky. The Kings went on to win Game 5 and the series in front of Edmonton’s home crowd, and then breaking Oiler fans hearts even more, Gretzky was traded to the Kings six years later. The rivalry becomes an intradivisional on in 2013 when the Oilers make the move over to the same division as the Kings.
Kings vs. Sharks
It’s SoCal vs. NorCal when these two 60s expansion clubs meet, bringing along the tenacity you’d expect in teams from the same state. At the time of expansion, they were the only two teams west of the Mississippi River and were basically created to play each other to reduce travel time and costs. Most recently, the Kings beat the Sharks in the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs in seven games.
Los Angeles Kings in the Stanley Cup, Western Conference Championship, and NHL Playoffs
The Kings, winners of the 2012 Stanley Cup, have had an impressive history of successful. In their long NHL history dating back to 1967 the LA Kings have managed to go 2-2 in their Western Conference Final appearances as well as reach the playoffs 27 times.
2018 Los Angeles Kings Season Preview
The Kings finished last year ranked 22. Not great news for the Los Angeles metropolitan area. They had an old corps that won Stanley Cups, but the word to key in on from that last phrase is “old.” They lost Michael Cammalleri, Jonathan Bernier and Jarome Iginla over the offseason, and odds are a decline is coming with players like Marian Gaborik, Drew Doughty, Dustin Brown, Jeff Carter, Anze Kopitar, Matt Greene and Alec Martinez. Of the above mentioned slew of names, are all older than 29 with the exception of Doughty. If history shows us anything, when NHL players get older total point production tends to drop. At one point last year Jeff Carter was scoring 25% of the King’s goals. Sounds great, but not if you’re Tanner Pearson and Tyler Toffoli, who need to step up ASAP and shoulder some of the burden. The good news is Jonathan Quick is still a top 5 goalie and Doughty a wily defender. Couple that with support from Martinez, Derek Forbort and Jake Muzzin, L.A. fans will be able to put defensive concerns to rest - for now. The 2017-2018 Los Angeles Kings schedule is set and TicketCity is the place to go for Los Angeles Kings tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Kings at Staples Center, or supporting Los Angeles on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Los Angeles Kings tickets, including home and away games.