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Milwaukee Admirals Hockey Tickets

Additional Milwaukee Admirals Info

Milwaukee Admirals tickets for the 2022-23 season are on sale today. Sit up close to the ice or get a view from the upper levels. Ticket King has it all. Order your tickets now, and have them shipped to your mobile device for easy entry into the arena. Wisconsin may not have an NHL team, but there is plenty of action on the ice. Do you enjoy the rough and tumble action of the AHL? Does watching future NHL players before they make it to the big leagues sound like a good way to spend an afternoon or evening? If you answered yes to one or all of the above, then Ticket King has Milwaukee Admirals tickets in hand and is ready to ship to you today.

Milwaukee Admirals Seating Area By Section

The Milwaukee Admirals play their home games in downtown Milwaukee, at the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena. There are four levels of seating to choose from. The "100" level seating is closest to the ice, consisting of three rows on the sidelines. The "200" level surrounds the ice, as does the "300" level. At the very top, you will find the "400" level seating that covers just the sidelines. No matter where your Admirals tickets are located in the venue, the action on the ice is always exciting. 

Milwaukee Admirals Hockey History

At the end of the 2021-22 season, the Admirals' final record was 39-28-5. The team was led by Karl Taylor, in his fourth season as head coach. The team scored a total of 229 goals this past season. The team's top scorer was Cole Schneider. He played in 71 games last season and scored 30 goals. The team made it to the second round of the playoffs, ultimately losing to the Chicago Wolves in the second round.  

Currently, the Milwaukee Admirals are affiliated with the NHL’s Nashville Predators. Due to that affiliation, the Admirals play all of their games against other NHL affiliates. Admirals' regular-season opponents always include the Chicago Wolves, Grand Rapids Griffins, Manitoba Moose, Iowa Wild, Rockford IceHogs, and the Colorado Eagles.

The Milwaukee Admirals began as the Milwaukee Wings, back in 1970. Three years later, the team moved to semiprofessional status, joining the USHL. By 1977, the team joined the International Hockey League and stayed in the IHL until it disbanded in 2001. Will the team win the Calder Cup in 2021-22? Get your Admirals tickets today, and find out what you have been missing.

The Admirals roster includes players such as Eeli Tolvanen, Rem Pitlick, Matt Donvan, Jeremy Davies, Frederic Allard, Tommy Novak, and Anthony Richard. The roster will change as NHL players move in and out of the league. Rookies such as Arvin Atwal and Lukas Craggs are looking to get more playing time, as this team is affiliated with the Nashville Predators. 

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