He florida panthers defeated the Boston Bruins in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs on Sunday after the Presidents’ Trophy winner’s historic season.
Now, they’re looking to push their playoff run even further, and that means creating the perfect environment.
He toronto maple leaves who won their first playoff series since 2004, will host the first two games of their second-round series against the Panthers, but fans hoping to support their team in Florida for Games 3 and 4 might have trouble doing so. due to ticket restrictions.
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«FLA Live Arena is located in Sunrise, Florida. Sales for this event will be restricted to residents of the United States. Residency will be based on credit card billing address. Orders from residents outside of the United States States will be canceled without notice and refunded given,» a message posted on Ticketmaster’s website read.
Maple Leafs fans can still purchase tickets on the secondary market, but Panthers team president Matthew Caldwell told Florida Hockey Now on Monday that they plan to open sales to fans. in canada eventually.
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«We’re not sold out yet, but we could be if we wanted to and we will be,» he told the website.
«For the first 24 hours, we’re trying to restrict sales to our Florida fans. It’s just a matter of access so our fans can get tickets. We’ll allow tickets to be sold to Toronto fans eventually.»
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Game 1 is scheduled for Tuesday at Scotiabank Arena. The series will then head to Florida for Games 3 and 4 with the possibility of the Panthers hosting Game 6.