The average price for New York Rangers tickets during the regular NHL season has remained relatively consistent over the past six seasons. The lowest average NY Rangers ticket price was $104 during the 2013-2014 season, and the highest was $156 during the 2015-2016 season. The current average Rangers ticket price for the 2016-2017 season is $113, which is a significant decrease from the previous season.
(Data updated 11/10/2016)
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2016 Rangers Season Preview
The 2016-2017 New York Rangers schedule is set and the Rangers are looking to be Stanley Cup contenders once again. The Rangers finished 3rd in the Metropolitan Division and 4th in the Eastern Conference. They were able to score a spot in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, however they lost in the first round to the Pittsburgh Penguins in a 4-1 series. While they have lost Eric Staal and Viktor Stalberg in free agency, they have also gained Michael Grabner, Nathan Gerbe, Adam Clendening, and more. TicketCity is the place to go for New York Rangers tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Rangers at Madison Square Garden, or supporting New York on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all New York Rangers tickets, including home and away games.
New York Rangers Hockey at Madison Square Garden Address: 4 Pennsylvania Plaza, New York, New York, 10001
The Rangers play their home games at the legendary Madison Square Garden, located in New York, New York. Nicknamed “The World’s Most Famous Arena,” when filled to capacity, the Garden holds over 17,000 screaming Ranger fans. Madison Square Garden is home of the New York Knicks from the NBA and hosts many events throughout the year to make. The New York Rangers home bench is on the Madison Square Garden rink side in front of sections 106 & 107. MSG parking information is covered in our Rangers event guide.
Rangers vs. Islanders
The Battle of New York rages on as these two teams continue to leave it all on the ice every season. Rangers fans make up half of Nassau Coliseum when the two play, giving it the nickname “Garden East.” 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.
Rangers vs. Devils
The Hudson River Rivalry was formed mostly through the famous 1994 and 1995 seasons, where the Rangers and Devils won Stanley Cups. The clubs met in the 1997 playoffs as well, as the Rangers won four consecutive games behind the play of Messier, Gretzky and Richter. Hockey goes well when both teams are good, and that usually the case in this rivalry.
Rangers vs. Flyers
It’s Broadway versus Broad Street in this match up, with the Rangers and Flyers meeting 10 times in the Stanley Cup playoffs thus far. The divisional rivals match up well, as the clubs have very close to a .500 winning percentage against each other. The Flyers have the lead in playoff wins, but the Rangers aren’t too far behind.
New York Rangers in the Stanley Cup, Eastern Conference Championship, and NHL Playoffs
There is no one more passionate than the New York Ranger fan and they have certainly earned the right to be. The franchise has provided the fan base with four Stanley Cup championships dating back to 1928 when the Rangers were introduced as one of the NHL’s original 6. Appearing in an incredible 9 Eastern Conference championships is enough in itself, not to mention their 55 NHL playoff appearances.
2015 New York Rangers Season Preview
The New York Rangers entered last season with hopes of a Stanley Cup, but the Rangers fell just short of a 2nd straight Eastern Conference title. With 3 trips to the Eastern Conference finals, and a trip to the Stanley Cup since 2012, the New York Rangers once again come into the season with a title or bust mentality. The 2015 New York Rangers will feature many of the same faces as last season. Henrik Lundqvist remains the teams premier netminder, and will have to maintain his elite level of play to keep the Rangers in contention for another Eastern Conference title run. Ryan McDonagh also returns as team captain and will lean on his playoff experience to teach new comers Emerson Etem, and Vicktor Stalberg the New York Rangers way. If the Rangers can get strong offensive efforts from youngsters J.T. Miller, and Kevin Hayes, New York has a solid chance of competition with the likes of Boston, and Montreal for the Eastern Conference crown in 2015.
2014 New York Rangers Season Preview
2013-2014 was an exceptional season for the New York Rangers. The Rangers went 45-31-6, finished 2nd in a contender heavy Metropolitan Division, and won the Eastern Conference Championship. The New York Rangers trip to the Stanley Cup finals was the first appearance in the finals for the team since the 1993-1994 season. This success has set the expectations for the 2014-15 season to incredibly high levels for the New York Rangers. In the offseason the Rangers lost some key players with Benoit Pouliot, Brian Boyle, and Atron Stralman all leaving New York. The additions of Ryan Malone, Tanner Glass, and Matt Lombardi will try to fill the gaps left by those players. It would be hard to argue the Rangers as contenders for the President’s Trophy, but with Henrik Lundqvist in the net, they will be serious contenders once again come playoff time.
2013 New York Rangers Season Preview
The New York Rangers look like a new team, and in charge this season is Michael Del Zotta. Del Zotta replaces the brash John Tortorella, who was fired the week after the Rangers were eliminated by the Boston Bruins in last year’s Stanley Cup Playoffs. While the Rangers will return Henrik Lundqvist and six defensemen, the forward position is more of a mystery. Ryan Callahan and Carl Hagelin are coming off big injuries, and the Rangers organization is hoping that prospects Rick Nash, Brad Richards and Chris Kreider can making an impact in the 2013-14 Season. The Rangers have a big nine-game homestand at the Garden, including games against the Devils, Capitals, Penguins and Maple Leafs. The Red Wings come to the Big Apple on Jan. 16, while the defending-champion Blackhawks will visit on Feb. 27.
2012 New York Rangers Season Preview
In the 2010-11 regular season, the Rangers squeezed their way into the Stanley Cup playoffs and nabbed the eighth seed. Although New York lost in the quarterfinals against the Washington Capitals, they plan to make another run for the cup in the 2011-12 season. The Rangers have a number of talented players that make them a real threat in the Eastern Conference. Ryan Callahan will be the 2011 Captain, the first Ranger-bred talent to be so since Brian Leetch. Michael Rupp, Ruslan Fedotenko and Sean Avery will contribute veteran experience to the team in 2011-12 that is hard to rival by other teams in the NHL. In net, the Rangers also have two veteran goaltenders that are arguably two of the best in the league. Henrik Lundqvist and Martin Biron both have an ample amount of experience that is sure to make this New York team a competitor for the Stanley Cup.
2011 New York Rangers Season Preview
The New York Rangers missed out on the playoffs for the first time since 2003 last season, edged out by the Montreal Canadiens. Rangers fans will be expecting a return to the postseason this year, and there is reason to believe that they may make it to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time since they took home the cup in 1994. The offense will be centered around the team's captain, Chris Drury. The veteran forward brings steady leadership to the team's front line, and will be joined by right wing Marian Gaborik, who lead the team in both goals and assists last season, with 42 and 44, respectively. A lot will be expected from Sean Avery, Ryan Callahan and Vaclav Prospal to keep the offense running smoothly. The defense has a great deal of potential with a solid combination of established talent and young stars, including second-year man Michael Del Zotto. The Rangers should be in good hands between the pipes, as they will be relying on goaltender Henrik Lundqvist once again. Lundqvist had a solid year last season after he boasted an impressive .921 save percentage.
2010 New York Rangers Season Preview
The New York Rangers should bring some excitement to the Big Apple during the 2009-2010 hockey season. That is because the NY Rangers are one of the best teams in the NHL and could go far in the 2010 NHL playoffs. New York will count on stars Henrik Lundqvist and Marina Gaborik to lead the charge as the Rangers try to match the great seasons of the Yankees, Jets and Giants. Expect big things from the New York Rangers in this year.
New York Rangers - 11/2016