The Nashville Predators will commence with the sale of first-round playoff tickets Saturday, the team announced Monday.
Tickets will be available to the general public beginning 10 a.m. at the Bridgestone Arena box office, by phone at (615) 770-7825 or all TicketMaster outlets.
Nashville, which defeated the Chicago Blackhawks 6-1 on Sunday, can clinch a playoff berth Monday with regulation losses by both San Jose (versus Colorado) and Los Angeles (at Vancouver).
The Predators’ next game is Tuesday at St. Louis. Three of its final four regular-season games will be at home, beginning Saturday against Chicago.
As is the case with regular-season games, the team will offer 100 tickets to each game at $10, when purchased on the day of the game and with a wristband policy. Value-based pricing also will remain in effect, which means ticket prices will vary based on the opponent and/or day of the game (weekend contests are priced higher).
“The Stanley Cup Playoffs — with its speed, hard-hitting action and unparalleled demonstration of skill — is the most exciting competition in all of sports.” Predators Chief Operating Officer Jeff Cogen said.