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The average price for New York Islanders tickets during the regular NHL season has fluctuated over the past six seasons. The lowest average Islanders ticket price was $21 during the 2013-2014 season, with the highest being $62 during the 2015-2016 season. The current average NY Islanders ticket price for the 2016-2017 NHL season is $30, a significant decrease compared to the previous season.

New York Islanders Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 11/10/2016)

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2018 Islanders Season Preview

The 2016-2017 New York Islanders schedule is set and the Islanders are looking to once again make the playoffs in the race to the Stanley Cup. The Islanders finished the 2015-2016 season 4th in the Metropolitan Division and 5th in the Eastern Conference. The Islanders defeated the Florida Panthers in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs in a 4-2 series, however they were unable to defeat the Tampa Bay Lightning in a 4-1 series. Despite losing Kyle Okposo, Frans Nielsen, and Matt Martin to free agency, the Islanders are hoping to be more successful than they were in the previous season. They have acquired free agents Jason Chimera, Andrew Ladd, and P.A. Parenteau in the off-season. TicketCity is the place to go for New York Islanders tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Islanders at Barclays Center, or supporting New York on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all New York Islanders tickets, including home and away games.

New York Islanders Hockey at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

Address: 1255 Hempstead Turnpike, Uniondale, New York, 11553

The New York Islanders play all their home games at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, located in Uniondale, New York. The Islanders have played at “The Coliseum” since their first season in New York. When filled to capacity, over 16,000 screaming fans can be heard cheering for the Islanders. The Coliseum has also been home to numerous sports teams over the years, but currently host boxing and other entertainment events during the year. The New York Islanders home bench is on the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum rink side in front of sections 116 & 117. Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum parking information is covered in our Islanders event guide.

Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Seating Chart

New York Islanders Rivals

Islanders vs. Rangers

The Battle of New York rages on as these two teams continue to leave it all on the ice every season. Rangers enjoy making the trip to Nassau Coliseum when the two play, as do the Islanders fans to Madison Square Garden. The all-time series is very close in both the regular season and playoffs, and both teams would love nothing more than to win all six games against the other every season.

Islanders vs. Flyers

This rivalry was the strongest in the 70s and 80s when the Flyers and Islanders were at the top of their game and the top of the Patrick Division as well. One of the teams was division champions every year from 1974 to 1989, with the Flyers having the Islanders number in the playoffs – outside of a glorious 1980 Stanley Cup Finals win for New York.

New York Islanders in the Stanley Cup, Eastern Conference Championship, and NHL Playoffs

When you think of NHL success in the 80’s you’d be hard found not to ponder the New York Islanders. Winners of a historic four consecutive Stanley Cup Championships (1980-1984) the Islanders are considered one of the most successful franchises in hockey history. You can go ahead and add another 5 Eastern Conference Championships and 22 playoff appearances to their resume.

New York Islanders Event Guide

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What time do gates open prior to an Islanders game?

Doors at Nassau Coliseum open 1 hour before the puck drops.

Where are good places to eat before an Islanders game?

If you are looking to spend pre-game with lots of Islanders fans, try Champions Sports Bar. Good food, lots of TV’s and close proximity to Nassau makes this place a favorite for Islanders fans before and after games. Another good sports bar worth checking out is Benchwarmer’s Sports Bar & Grill. For a quick bite to eat before the game, try Campus Pizza Gyro. CPG is fast, easy, and will not disappoint. If you enjoy Caribbean food try Roadrunner or Mi Olivia Restaurant. Other good places in the area are, Panda, Nathan’s Famous, or Zorn’s of East Meadow.

Where is the best place to park at Nassau Coliseum?

There are 9 large parking options surrounding Nassau Coliseum. 6 of the 9 parking lots are located to the south of the arena and we recommend looking in that area first. Parking lot 8, located on the north side of Hempstead Turnpike, is the General Parking area and usually costs around $7. The other 8 parking lots are classified as “Preferred,” or “VIP” Parking and usually cost around $20-$30. There are two train stations in the area the Westbury Station, and the Hempstead Station. Both have quite a walk to the arena, but Taxi’s are always ready to take you the last little distance from the train to the coliseum. There are also a few bus options from the Hempstead station to the arena, but make sure to verify the times they are running before you leave.

Does my child need a ticket to go to an Islanders game?

Children under 2 years old do not need a ticket to enter Nassau Coliseum. It is best practice to bring proof of your child’s age with you to the gate to ensure they are allowed to enter the arena.

New York Islanders Preview History

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2015 New York Islanders Season Preview

The New York Islanders had a fantastic season a year ago, falling one game short of advancing to the 2nd round of the Eastern Conference playoffs. The Islanders come into 2015 with much of the same team. Captain John Tavares returns to lead what is a talented and young group of Islanders that will be out to prove that they belong among the list of perennial contenders in the Eastern Conference. But the biggest buzz around the 2015 New York Islanders, will be their move to the Barclays Center. After playing multiple games in Brooklyn over the last few years, the Islanders are moving off Long Island permanently. The Barclays Center is one of the premier venues in the world and will feature a talented and driven 2015 New York Islanders team as they try and reach back to back playoffs for the first time since 2004.

2014 New York Islanders Season Preview

The New York Islanders playoff berth in 2012-13 was a breath of life back into the team. The anticipation coming into the 2013 season was incredibly high, but sadly those hopes were dashed with a midseason injury to Captain John Tavares. New York ended up finishing near the bottom of the Eastern Conference, closing out the year with a 34-37 record and 14 points outside the East’s final playoff spot. With Tavares back and healthy, the Islanders are once again hopeful for another trip the NHL playoffs. Added in the offseason was goaltender Jaroslav Halak, who looks to sure up what was a shaky position for the team last season. Tavares will team up with Kyle Okposo who is coming off one of the best years of his career where he scored 69 points, which was tops for the Islanders for last season. Look for the New York Islanders to be very competitive in the Metropolitan Division, and for them to be in the thick of the NHL playoff race late in the season.

2013 New York Islanders Season Preview

The Islanders squeaked into the playoffs after a strong second half of the season in 2013, but they’ll need to improve yet again if they want to get past the first round. Ryan Strome and Brock Nelson could be big contributors in the 2013-14 season, but Pierre-Marc Bouchard is a big difference maker that the Islanders sorely needed. Mark Streit has departed, so they’ll need the defensemen left on the squad to pick up the slack. The Islanders will be one of the more interesting teams to follow for all hockey fans, and will be a delight for those Islander faithful. The New York Islanders will be on the road much of November, but do get home games against the Kings and Red Wings on Nov. 14 and Nov. 16, respectively. They’ll host the Canadiens on Dec. 14 as well as the rival New Jersey Devils on Dec. 28. Their New Year’s Eve game will be played at TD Garden against the Bruins.

2012 New York Islanders Season Preview

Although the New York Islanders finished in second to last place in the Eastern Conference of the NHL in the 2010-11 season, the franchise is on the cusp of something greater. This team, which has been a dominant force in the Atlantic Division in past years, continues to grow as it brings new talent onto the ice. This year, the Islanders will kick off the regular season vs. the Florida Panthers on October 8. Although they finished with a losing 30-39 record last year, head coach Jack Capuano expects to turn things around, thanks to a number of veterans who will be returning to the ice this season for the Islanders, including Brian Rolston and Andrew MacDonald. Most notably, goaltender Rick DiPietro will be in net again for New York. Throughout his career, DiPietro has been a dominant force for the Islanders and is one of the best American goalies in the NHL. Three players that are newer to the lineup will be making their presence felt in 2011—Nino Niederreiter, Josh Bailey and Blake Comeau. These three forwards are key to the Isles’ resurgence and the core of their drafting over the past half-decade. If they begin to show their promise in 2011, then the New York Islanders are a team that can surprise the Eastern Conference.

New York Islanders News

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New York Islanders - 12/21/2016

The Islanders were able to snap their five-game losing streak after a 4-2 win against the Boston Bruins. The Islanders record is currently at 12-14-6 overall and they are 8th in the Metropolitan Division.

New York Islanders - 12/7/2016

The Islanders are struggling this season, as they currently have a 10-10-5 record and are 8th in the Metropolitan Division. However things are looking up after they defeated their rivals, the NY Rangers 4-2 this week.

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