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Vegas Golden Knights Details
An incredible first season for the Vegas Golden Knights almost had a fairy-tale ending. The Golden Knights were pieced together from players that the NHL’s other 30 teams didn’t think were worth protecting in the expansion draft. Vegas wasn’t supposed to be good right away. They weren’t supposed to even come close to the playoffs in their first season. This was supposed to take time.
At the end of the 2017-18 season, the Golden Knights had won the Pacific Division. They made the playoffs and had home ice advantage in the first two rounds and the Stanley Cup Final.
In the first round, the Golden Knights faced their new division rivals: the Los Angeles Kings. The Kings had won two Stanley Cups in the past decade and should have been a major test for the new team in Vegas. But the Golden Knights made a habit of defying expectations, and the Kings never stood a chance. Knights goalie Marc-Andre Fleury, who had struggled in the playoffs as a member of the Pittsburgh Penguins, was nearly unbeatable. He recorded two shutouts in the series, and the Golden Knights swept the Kings.
In the next two rounds, Vegas proved they were for real once again. They recorded a 7-0 win over the San Jose Sharks in Game 1 of the second round and beat the Sharks in six games. Vegas lost Game 1 of the Western Conference Final, but they won the next four games and took the series in five.
The Golden Knights became the first first-year team to make the Stanley Cup Final since a first-year team literally had to make the Stanley Cup Final. Unfortunately, the team’s luck ran out in the end. The Golden Knights won Game 1 at home, but they lost the next four, and the Capitals won the Stanley Cup. Nevertheless, the Golden Knights had established themselves as a postseason contender for years to come.
NHL Playoff Format
There are four rounds in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, in which 16 total teams – 8 from each NHL conference – battle it out for the NHL championship. The winner of each round is decided by a best-of-seven series. After three rounds, the winners of the Eastern and Western Conferences go head-to-head in the Stanley Cup Finals.
When do Golden Knights playoff tickets go on sale?
The hockey regular season starts in from October and runs until April. If the Vegas Golden Knights clinch a playoff spot – or are close to qualifying – tickets will likely go on sale in March.
How much do Golden Knights playoff tickets cost?
The average resale price for a Golden Knights playoff ticket is $322. However, as this is an average, individual tickets may be available for above or below this price point.