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#1 JPntsca

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Posted 13 December 2011 - 10:09 PM

IDK if anyone would be able to help me with this, but Im looking at taking my nephews to an AHL game for Christmas. I was looking at some of the tickets for up in Albany, but the seating charts are different from site to site. Does anyone know the actual seating chart for the games? On the Devils website it says that the home bench is behind section 104, but on the ticketmaster website it actually says that the home bench is behind section 106. Anyone actually know which one it is, and if I wanted to get tickets close to the bench what section would be the best to look in to? Thanks anyone who can help.

(and yes, I have thought about just getting tickets in 105 to be safe, but I was hoping to get behind the Devils bench.)
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#2 chazmo99

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Posted 06 January 2012 - 11:02 AM

I know this is pretty late, but I was wondering if you could shed some light on this story if you did go to the game.

It looks like the Albany Devils Seating Map is the correct one and the Ticketmaster one is wrong based on these pictures I found.

Albany Devils Seating Map
http://www.thealbany.../seating-chart/

The first picture is the Albany Devils bench at home. You can't really read the Section number on the tiny blue signs at the top of the stairs, but in the second photo you can see the Section number 103 and 104 and match the Geico logo in the background to the same one in the first picture which should confirm that the Devils bench is in Section 104.

http://www.flickr.co...tream/lightbox/

http://www.flickr.co...41719/lightbox/

Now of course I have no way of knowing that these two separate pictures, which are from two separate games, are actually looking at the same section but I would assume that the Albany Devils website would have the correct seating map, so if you could confirm then it would be easy to determine.
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