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The Toronto Raptors bench is located in front of section 118, and the visitors bench is located in front of section 120.
The penalty boxes are located in the front of section 108, with the Away team box on the left half of the section and the Maple Leafs penalty box located on the right half. The seats next to the penalty boxes, specifically row 1 seat 7 and seat 21, are certainly a prime spot to watch disgruntled players enter and exit the boxes.
The best seats for a Toronto Raptors game are located in sections 108 and 119. These sections are positioned at center court, and provide access to the Platinum Lounge. The Platinum Lounge is extremely luxurious, with a full wine cellar, private bar, and custom menu created for each event.
The Scotiabank Arena offers a couple different options when it comes to luxury seating, including luxury suites and party rooms. Luxury Suites are located on the 200 and 400-600 levels of the arena, and other amenities such as theater-style seating, televisions, catered food, and waited service. The Party Rooms are located on the 200 level and offer ample suite space for socializing and are perfect for, well parting.
The Maple Leafs Bench is located between section 119 and 120, meaning ??the Leafs will be shooting on the end in front of sections 113 and 114 twice during the game. The Visitors bench is located between 118 and 119, meaning the Visitors will be shooting on the end in front of sections 102 and 103 twice. While seats behind the team benches are entertaining to see how the players and coaches interact, we do not recommend these seats if you are attending the game strictly for viewing purposes.
The lowest seat number in a given section will be closest to the adjacent lower section. The same rule applies for the 100s and 300s sections. For example, seat 1 in Section 120 would be closest to the highest seat number in section 119 (seat 24), or the highest seat number in Section 120 (seat 24) would be closest to seat number 1 in section 121. The lower level sideline sections typically have between 20 and 24 seats, and upper level sideline seats typically have between 17 and 25. The corner and sideline sections in both levels have seat numbers that vary greatly depending on the width of the section.
The Scotiabank Arena opened its doors at 40 Bay Street in Toronto and is the home of the Toronto Raptors and Toronto Maple Leafs. The arena is sometimes referred to as The ACC or the Hangar. It was opened in 1999, making it one of the more state of the art arenas in the NBA or NHL. The Scotiabank Arena has a capacity of 19,800 (20,511 with standing room) for the Raptors, and 18,819 (19,746 with standing room) for the Maple Leafs.
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