Elite League Playoff Finals Weekend Ticket Info
It’s the showpiece event of the Elite League ice hockey season and is now in its 11th year.Â Tickets have been held at 2013 prices and will go on sale on Monday 27th January 2014 -Â from 9am on Monday 27th January to personal sales at the box office only and from 12noon via the website and telephone.
The playoff semi-finals will take place at 1pm and 5pm on Saturday 5th April.Â The third v fourth-placed match gets under way at 12noon on Sunday 6th April, followed by the Elite League awards show at 2:30pm, while the Rapid Solicitors Elite League playoff final will face-off at 4pm.
Supporters are advised that they should only buy tickets in their respective team blocks. The Elite League reserves the right to relocate supporters sitting in other teamâ€™s blocks.
Early bird from Monday 27th January to Sunday 2nd March 2014
Weekend: Adult Â£74 – Concession/student Â£54 – Family [2+2] Â£224
Saturday or Sunday only: Adult Â£40 – Concession/student Â£32
General sale from Monday 3rd March 2014 onwards
Weekend: Adult Â£85 – Concession/student Â£60 – Family [2+2] Â£250
Saturday or Sunday only: Adult Â£47 – Concession/students Â£38
There will be no booking fees or card charges. To buy tickets visit the box office in person, log on to the National Ice Centre website at www.capitalfmarena.com or telephone 0843 373 3000.
Blocks 4/5/6/7: Nottingham Panthers
Block 9: Belfast Giants
Block 11: Braehead Clan
Block 12: Coventry Blaze
Block 14/15: Sheffield Steelers
Block 17: Cardiff Devils
Block 18: Dundee Stars, Edinburgh Capitals, Fife Flyers & Hull Stingrays
Note: Blocks 5 & 6 are reserved for Nottingham Panthers season-tickets holders, while block 15 is reserved for Sheffield Steelers season-tickets holders. Please visit www.panthers.co.uk andÂ www.sheffieldsteelers.co.uk for further information.
The Rapid Solicitors Elite League champions will be seeded number one for the playoffs, while the second seed will be the winner of the Conference that does not produce the league winner.
The remaining six playoff spots will be taken in order from the final Elite League table.Â In the event of the league title winner not winning their Conference, the order will be as follows.Â The number-one seed will still be the Elite League winners with the two Conference winners taking seeds two and three (higher rank determined by their league position).Â Seeds four to eight will then be determined by the Elite League table.
Quarter-finals will follow the usual match-ups over two legs with seed one facing eight, two against seven, three versus six and four playing five. Overtime and penalties will be used after the second leg if needed.Â Seedings for the semi-final and final will be determined by the original quarter-final ranking, so the highest-placed team left in the playoffs will be ranked as the highest seed.
The highest seed will play the lowest seed in the first semi-final, with the remaining seeds playing in the second semi-final.Â The two losing semi-finalists will meet in the third v fourth-placed match, while the winners will go head to head in the Rapid Solicitors Elite League playoff final.