First Niagara Center

First Niagara Center

1 Seymour H. Knox Iii Plaza,
Buffalo, NY

Upcoming Events

Jun 24
14 locations
2016 NHL Draft Friday
Parking starting at $5
Jun 24
6 locations
2016 NHL Draft
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Jun 25
14 locations
2016 NHL Draft Saturday
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Jul 12
10 locations
Justin Bieber
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Jul 17
9 locations
Nick Jonas Soundcheck Party
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Jul 17
11 locations
Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas
Parking starting at $5
Jul 19
10 locations
Jim Gaffigan
Parking starting at $5
Aug 1
8 locations
Coldplay
Parking starting at $5
Aug 12
9 locations
Drake and Future
Parking starting at $5
Sep 17
8 locations
The Dixie Chicks with Elle King
Parking starting at $5
Sep 26
11 locations
Maroon 5 with Tove Lo and Phases
Parking starting at $5

 

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About First Niagara Center

Based in the First Niagara Center, the Sabres continue to race towards the Stanley Cup, which is always so tantalizingly close. With such a dedicated fanbase, it is important to book Sabres parking in advance, or else finding First Niagara Center parking may be difficult. The First Niagara Center opened to the public in September 1996.

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The Buffalo Sabres are a team that thrives as the underdog. Despite never winning the Stanley Cup, they have come very close on several occasions. The team joined the NHL as an expansion franchise in 1970, and soon after formed the famous “French Connection” forward line, composed of French-Canadian players Rick Martin, Rene Robert and Gilbert Perreault. In its third year (1972-’73), the team made the playoffs with the help of the French Connection.

Despite falling short of a Stanley Cup, such a deep playoff run in only the team’s third season was an impressive feat. This wasn’t all, as the Sabres managed to get to the finals in 1975, but lost to the Flyers in six games. The team won the conference championship in 1979-’80 and the division in 1980-’81. The Sabres didn’t go much farther until 1996-’97, when they won the division title after moving to their new stadium. The Sabres faced the Dallas Stars for the Cup in 1999, but lost.

The team was bought by the Rigas family in 1998, but they were deposed in 2002 following alleged financial wrongdoing at Adelphia Communications. Things didn’t improve for the Sabres until after the 2004-’05 NHL Lockout, when they won the 2006-’07 Division Championship, but fell short to Carolina for a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals. Finding Buffalo Sabres parking can be difficult, so it is best to book Buffalo hockey parking spots in advance with ParkWhiz.

ParkWhiz is easy; all you need to do is find the game that you want to see, book your Buffalo Sabres parking spot and print out your ParkWhiz parking pass. Once that’s done, you can relax and enjoy the game, rather than trying to find former HSBC Arena parking spaces.