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My wife is getting me some hockey tickets for my birthday!  We're going to see the Stars play the Preds in Nashville in late March.  So right now we're trying to figure out where to sit.

 

Obviously, the "defensive" end for the preds works great for us, because we get to see the Stars shoot in that end 2 times, plus those tickets are always cheaper than anywhere else.

 

The other option we have is to sit about 4 rows behind the Stars bench for the game.  Taking a quick look at the seating chart, it also looks like this is the same area where the teams enter and exit the ice between each period.  Does anyone know if that's correct?

 

We love to watch the game where the stars attack twice, but it might also be awesoem to be only 5 rows away from the Stars while in a different city.  My fear is that the glass will interfere with my watching pleasure.

 

Also, the tickets in the premium seats in nashville are only $93, and not $150 like it is in dallas.

 

So what do you guys think?

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