(PRWEB) February 24, 2013
The Tampa Bay Lightning are off to a great start this 2013 shortened NHL season. The Lightning are playing playoff hockey, and have become an exciting team to watch. They score tons of goals every night. The Lightning are full of scorers giving fans an opportunity to cheer every night. Night in and night out, fans pack Tampa Bay Times Forum to chat and cheer their team on to victory. Lightning fans have a great opportunity to watch veterans Martin St. Louis, and Vincent Lecavalier light up the score board. Lightning tickets are very popular with the fans this season, but resale price is still reasonable. Tampa Bay Times Forum tickets are priced very reasonably, and views from every seat are fantastic.
The place to check out for the best deals on Tampa Bay Lightning tickets is Whiztix.com. This website is a free to use ticket search engine, which helps fans compare multiple event ticket selling sites. Tickets to Lightning home games at the Tampa Bay Times Forum are mostly sold out; but resale price is very reasonable for an exciting top NHL team. According to Whiztix.com, tickets to the Maple Leafs vs Lightning game on 2-19-13 can be found for $19 dollars. Another great deal can be found when the Buffalo Sabres travel to Tampa on February 26; tickets to this game can be found for $13 dollars.
Tampa Bay Lightning tickets are available for every home and away game. Fans from across the US and globe have 24 different opportunities to watch their team play in other stadiums besides Tampa Bay Forum. For example fans can watch their team take on the New York Rangers on February 28, 2013 for only $64 dollars a ticket. Another match up with great ticket value comes March 5, 2013 when the Lightning take on the Devils at Prudential Center; tickets to this potential NHL Eastern Conference Finals matchup can be found for $21 dollars.
Other teams the Lightning will be traveling to this season between February and April include the Florida Panthers, Carolina Hurricane, Pittsburgh Penguins, New York Rangers, Boston Bruins, New Jersey Devils, Toronto Maple Leafs, Ottawa Senators, Winnipeg Jets, New York Islanders, Washington Capitals, Buffalo Sabres, and Montreal Canadians. Tickets to these games are selling fast, and will continue to do so if the Lightning continues to score and play exciting hockey.