The New York Islanders are playing their final games at Nassau Coliseum before moving to the brand new UBS Arena next season.
The Islanders have called the Coliseum home since 1972, but it appears fans are ready to flock to the Isles brand new $1.5 billion arena at Belmont Park.
The team announced Monday that season tickets for its inaugural campaign at UBS Arena are sold out, according to Mollie Walker of the New York Post.
“Selling out season tickets is a true testament to this loyal fanbase. This arena will bring the very best in both hockey and entertainment to fans across the region and we’re excited to open up the doors to the public this fall,” - Tim Leiweke, CEO of Oak View Group— Mollie Walker (@MollieeWalkerr) June 21, 2021
The Islanders are one of four teams remaining in the Stanley Cup Playoffs and will have at least one more game at Nassau Coliseum this season. If the Isles reach the Stanley Cup Final, they are guaranteed at least two more games at the Coli.
The Islanders and Tampa Bay Lightning series is currently tied 2-2, with Game 5 set for Monday night.