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Gerard Gallant’s New York Rangers are on the playoff bubble.
Sitting at seventh place in the NHL’s Eastern Conference with a 27-14-8 record after the All-Star break, Igor Shesterkin, Ben Harpur, and Adam Fox’s squad will need all the support they can summon from their loyal fanbase to ascend from the middle of the East to comfortably secure a berth in the 2023 postseason.
And if you want to see them live on their ice at Madison Square Garden, you still can at one of the team’s remaining 15 home games.
That includes huge matchups against some of the best teams in the East, like the Western Conference phenoms Seattle Kraken (Feb. 10) and 27-20-6 Washington Capitals (March 14) who are also clawing it out with several teams on the verge of a playoff spot.
Best of all though, some tickets to see the Broadway Blueshirts can be snatched up for as low as $75 before fees on Vivid Seats.
All prices were found at the time of publication and are subject to inflation.
Want to cheer like you never have before in your life live — but on a budget?
Keep reading, and we’ll tell you everything you need to know about which Rangers game is right for you.
NY Rangers’ home games 2023
A complete calendar of all upcoming New York Rangers’ home games at Madison Square Garden, including dates, start times, opponents and the cheapest upper and lower-level tickets available, can be found below.
home game datesTicket prices
start atMonday. Feb. 6 vs. the Flames at 7:30 p.m.$78$127Wednesday, Feb. 8 vs. the Canucks at 8 p.m.$75$115Friday, Feb. 10 vs. the Kraken at 7 p.m.$110$212Monday, Feb. 20 vs. Jets at 7 p.m.$117$164Sunday, Feb. 26 vs. Kings at 5 p.m.$140$181Thursday, March 2 vs. Senators at 7 p.m.$83$114Tuesday, March 14 vs. Capitals at 7 p.m.$114$155Thursday, March 16 vs. Penguins at 7 p.m.$118$185Saturday, March 18 vs. Penguins at 8 p.m.$137$235Sunday, March 19 vs. Predators at 7 p.m.$108$167Tuesday, March 21 vs. Hurricanes at 7 p.m.$91$141Tuesday, March 28 vs. Blue Jackets at 7 p.m.$86$116Wednesday, April 5 vs. Lightning at 7:30 p.m.$115$163Monday, April 10 vs. Sabres at 7 p.m.$91$124Thursday, April 13 vs. Maple Leafs at 7 p.m.$128$198
The Rangers’ complete 2023 home and road game schedule, including a March 30 game against the New Jersey Devils at Newark’s Prudential Center and a March 31 matchup with the Buffalo Sabres at Buffalo’s Keybank Center, can be found here.
(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)
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NY Rangers news
On Feb. 4, 24-year-old Rangers defenseman Adam Fox played in his first NHL All-Star game.
Although his Metropolitan squad fell short 10-6 to the Atlantic, Fox did net an assist and a point in the exhibition match.
However, his accomplishments throughout the Rangers’ season are what’s most impressive.
If you want to read more about his path to his first All-Star nod, check out the NY Post’s story here.
For those looking for even more Rangers updates, you can find the NY Post’s comprehensive coverage of the team here.
Huge concert tours coming to MSG in 2023
MSG doesn’t just play host to the Rangers, Knicks and Billy Joel.
No, the venue also brings in some of the biggest names in music year-round.
Here are just five of our favorite acts you won’t want to miss when they come to the Garden in the next few months.
• Carrie Underwood (Feb. 21)
• Muse (March 17)
• Bruce Springsteen (April 1)
• Blink 182 (May 19)
• Paramore (May 30, May 31)
Want to see what else is out there? Check out our list of the 52 biggest concert tours in 2023 here.