Toronto Maple Leafs Ann Arbor Tickets
Longtime NHL member Toronto Maple Leafs and Detroit Red Wings are now competing in the same division at the upcoming 2014 Winter Classic, which is being held at Ann Arbor’s spacious Michigan Stadium. Excitingly, this year the stadium is expecting fans to set a new attendance records, exceeding more than a hundred and four thousand people who attended an ice hockey game at the stadium in 2010. The Stadium is now featuring the intriguing Spectator Plaza, offering live music, an entertainment and outdoor hockey festival, giveaways and prizes, beverages and food and various hockey-related attractions. Moreover, the Wings and Leafs will be wearing specially designed uniforms that are inspired the franchises’ early years. Don’t miss your share of Toronto Maple Leafs Ann Arbor tickets.
Toronto Maple Leafs Ann Arbor game features two longtime rivals Toronto Maple Leafs and Detroit Red Wings, both of whom are part of NHL’s Original Six and hold incredible records. This Winter Classic, their awaited combat will be held in Ann Arbor’s famous Michigan Stadium, popularly referred to as ‘The Big House’ due to its large seating capacity of over a hundred thousand. This season the stadium brings us Spectator Plaza, which presents outdoor hockey festival, live concerts, and other interactive hockey-relates attractions, food and beverages, giveaway and prizes as well as merchandise tents licensed officially by Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic 2014. The plaza is close to the Crisler Center and Gate 1, and cannot be missed. It comes as no surprise to see why Toronto Maple Leafs Ann Arbor tickets are more sought after and this time new attendance-records are expected.
Maple Leafs and Red Wings have been playing each other since 1927 and have competed in seven Stanley Cups Finals. This season the two ice hockey teams will be wearing specially designed uniforms that have been inspired by the franchise’ early years. The live event will be broadcast on RDS and CBC in Canada, and on NBC in the U.S.
For the first time since the 1997-98 season, the two teams will be playing from the same division, so don’t miss this Winter Classic’s Detroit Red Wings vs. Toronto Maple Leafs game.