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First Niagara Center
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First Niagara Center One Seymour H. Knox III Plaza Buffalo, New York 14203 Capacity: 18,690
The $127 million First Niagara Center opened in 1996 as the Marine Midland Arena before adopting its new name in 1999. The state-of-the-art facility is home to the Buffalo Sabres of the National Hockey League (NHL) and is one of the premier venues in New York, attracting some of the biggest names in entertainment. If you need First Niagara Center tickets, GoTickets has them.
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First Niagara Center has 80 luxury suites featuring two TVs, a VCR, bar and private restroom. There’s nothing like enjoying a Buffalo Sabres game or concert from a suite, so check with GoTickets first when you want premium First Niagara Center suite tickets.
When the NHL gets back on the ice, the Buffalo Sabres should be an improved team and a playoff contender. They will try to get back to the Stanley Cup finals to avenge their controversial loss to the Dallas Stars in the 1998-99 season when Brett Hull, whose skate appeared to be illegally in the crease, scored the clinching goal in overtime of game 6. Make sure you get your Buffalo Sabres tickets and First Niagara Center tickets from GoTickets.