Colorado Avalanche Las Vegas Tickets
Fans of ice hockey have a delight coming their way. The two times Stanley Cup winners, the Colorado Avalanche are all prepared to clash against the Los Angeles Kings in a thrilling game at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. With nine division titles, two conference championships and two President Trophies to their names, the Colorado Avalanche promise to put up a spirited performance. The team came into formation in 1972 and joined the NHL in 1979. Currently they play in the Central Division of the Western Conference. Fans of the Colorado Avalanche are hopeful for their team’s victory and are buying Colorado Avalanche Las Vegas tickets in large numbers. Get your tickets before they are all sold out and watch the game live from the stands.
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The upcoming game at the MGM Grand Garden Arena promises to be a thrilling experience for ice hockey fans. The two times Stanley Cup winners, the Colorado Avalanche will go head to head with two times Stanley Cup winners, the Los Angeles Kings in a game of epic proportions. Get your Colorado Avalanche Las Vegas tickets today and cheer your favorite team live from the stadium.
The Colorado Avalanche was founded in 1972 as the Quebec Nordiques and was renamed as the Colorado Avalanche in 1994. Currently they are the members of the Central Division of the National Hockey League.
In their first year as the Avalanche, they won the Pacific division title as well as the President’s Trophy. They finished with 107 points and the best record in the league, 49-24-9. They also bagged their first Stanley Cup the same year, which makes them the only National Hockey League franchise ever to win the cup in the first year after relocation. The team continued their success story in the following season and bagged another Pacific division title with a 39-16-17 record for ninety-five points.
In 2001, they bagged their second Stanley Cup trophy. The same year, the Colorado Avalanche bagged their second President’s Trophy as well after finishing their regular season with an impressive 118 points and 52- 16-10-4 record. The team also has nine division titles and two conference championships in its records. To watch the team live in action, get the tickets for their upcoming game today.