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With a 34-37 record in 2012 the New York Islanders failed to qualify for the NHL playoffs but hopefully the strike shortened 2013 season will have a better ending. The Islanders have been in the league since 1972 and dominated the Stanley Cup Finals with wins four years in a row from 1980 to 1983. The fans are losing patience though with a five year absence from the playoffs but they're still selling out every game. New York Islanders tickets are always available at PreferredSeat.com for the best seats at Nassau Coliseum for the most loyal of the Islander fans.
- Take a look at the 2013 New York Islanders schedule for the game and opponent you want to see live. The selection of seats will be different with each hockey game and as the games get closer the selection of good seats declines.
- Click on the ticket link to see the selection of New York Islander tickets available for the game you want to see. Using the interactive seating chart for Nassau Coliseum you can easily choose where you want to sit. Preferred Seating stocks seats down on the glass, center ice and at the ends where the teams shoot twice and often the cheapest tickets for the New York Islanders available online.
- Sort through our selection of some of the best seats for the New York Islanders available online direct from season ticket holders. The ticket price you see is the price you will pay, there are no hidden service charges.
- Go through our easy checkout form and we'll confirm your order during regular business hours. If the New York Islanders game is taking place the same day you may want to call and confirm delivery information.
At Nassau Coliseum the seating capacity for NHL hockey is 17,260 and it was built in 1972 as a multi-purpose arena. The New York Islanders are the primary tenant and sell out on a regular basis for the both hockey games and the big concerts that come every year. The lower section is the preferred seating area for hockey fans who like to sit either center ice or down at the end where the Islanders shoot twice for more of the action.