The Buffalo Sabres hit the road for a game against division rivals the Boston Bruins on Saturday, December 21st (7 p.m. face-off), the second game in a home-and-home series that begins in Buffalo on Thursday, December 19th. They return to Boston on Saturday, April 12th (12:30 p.m. face-off) for the second-to-last game of the season.
The Bruins are one of the "Original Six" teams, in existence since 1924. They play their home games at TD Garden, the replacement arena for the legendary Boston Garden. TD Garden, located at 100 Legends Way in Boston, Massachusetts, is also the home of the NBA’s Boston Celtics, and is owned by Delaware North, which is headquartered in Buffalo. The arena seats over 17,500 spectators for hockey, hosts numerous other events throughout the year, and will host the upcoming 2014 Prudential US Figure Skating Championships (January 9th through 12th) and the 2015 NCAA Frozen Four hockey tournament.
The Hub is a full-service bar on the Level 4 concourse that is open to all ticket holders. There are also numerous concession stands open to the public on Levels 4 and 7, including The Frank House (hot dogs), Links Grill (sausages and dogs), Sal’s Pizza, Back Bay Carvery (roast beef and turkey sandwiches) and West End Chicken and Brew (chicken tenders, cheese fries and Lobster Rangoon).
Tickets for this season’s Buffalo/Boston games are available through www.ticketmaster.com or at the TD Garden Box Office. Tickets range in price from $76 to $352.
Find out more about the Boston Bruins at bruins.nhl.com.
Find out more about TD Garden at www.tdgarden.com.
Find out more about the Buffalo Sabres at sabres.nhl.com.
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