Anaheim Ducks Anaheim Tickets
Get ready for an evening that will make adrenaline course through your veins. For all the ice-hockey fans out there – Anaheim Ducks are playing against the Colorado Avalanche at the Honda Center, on Sunday, April 13, 2014. It’s definitely the time to sit up and follow this team because with their level of skill and consistency, the team is a sure-fire contender for the Stanley Cup final in June. Anaheim Ducks Anaheim tickets also give fans a first-hand experience of the level of competition among the close contenders in the top five NHL Standings which include the likes of the San Jose Sharks and Los Angeles Kings.
The Anaheim Ducks are currently the reigning champions of the Pacific Division of the National Hockey League with a whopping 43 games won and 200 goals scored. Over the years they have performed exceptionally well and climbed up the NHL’s rankings. In 2010-2011, they were ranked second in the Pacific Division and fourth in the West Division and in 2011-2012 they were fifth in the Pacific Division. Their track record has been quite consistent and they are bound to offer a great match to their multitude of fans this time around as well. Their center Ryan Getzlaf ranks first on the team in scoring 49 points. He is thought to be one of the strongest candidates for the Hart Trophy as the National Hockey League’s most valuable player. One of the selling points for fans, when it comes to the Ducks, has been the consistently strong goalkeeping. The team has NHL’s highest goal differential and they rank in the top third of the NHL when it comes to hits and blocked shots.
And of course, the residents of Anaheim, California will get to see them play at home, at the Honda Center, which has witnessed their previous triumphs as well. In addition, devoted fans that drop by in Anaheim just to catch the game can look forward to a great time at Honda Center, which offers quality entertainment opportunities. Anaheim Ducks Anaheim tickets offer a great way to spend the weekend, cheering on your favorite players on ice, or simply being there to enjoy the electric feeling that courses through crowds at any good sports game.