New York City is synonymous with America. The "Big Apple" is always bustling with businessmen and tourists alike and there's never a lack of things to do in the city. But if sports is your cup of tea, why not check out one of the oldest and most iconic hockey teams to ever lace up the skates - the New York Rangers. The Rangers were founded in 1926 and are part of the National Hockey League's "Original Six" (i.e., one of the first six teams to have originally made up the NHL). They play their games in Manhattan at Madison Square Garden - one of the most storied venues in the country. The Rangers have won hockey's holy grail - the Stanley Cup - four times, and the team's history and lore make them a fan favorite among the locals and to hockey fans all across the nation.
So just how do you go about scoring New York Rangers cheap tickets, considering the team's popularity and the venue where they play their 41 home games (plus playoffs) each season? If New York Rangers tickets on sale is what you seek, you don't have to fret about not being a season ticket holder. Just browse our site for seats anywhere in Madison Square Garden for any of the 41 home games this year, whether it's the hated rival New Jersey Devils you want to see the Broadway blueshirts take on or a game against another Original Six opponent. We've got you covered here, for whatever your Rangers needs are this year.
As previously mentioned, the Rangers have won the Stanley Cup four times. The most recent championship, which was during the 1993-94 season, snapped a 54-year Cup drought when the team topped the Vancouver Canucks in seven games, led by the brilliant play of NHL Hall of Famer Mark Messier, who captained the Rangers, defenseman Brian Leetch and goaltender Mike Richter. Buy securing your New York Rangers tickets for this year, you could become a part of the next Stanley Cup winning team.
For a further measure on just how iconic the Rangers are, consider the fact that the NHL's "great one" Wayne Gretzky ended his stellar hockey playing career with the blueshirts, retiring as a Ranger. "Miracle on Ice" coach Herb Brooks even coached the squad from 1981-85.
Bottom line: The Rangers are a destination franchise, which is never lacking top talent to put onto the ice every home game. And there's arguably no better place for you - the fan - to watch a game than from Madison Square Garden. Browse our site for your ticket to any game this year so that you're not left out of any of the action - or fun. Who knows - doing so could make you a part of the next chapter of Rangers lore as a fan who attended a game in the team's next Stanley Cup run. It could be this year.