Imagine this: It’s a freeway faceoff between the Anaheim Ducks and the L.A. Kings. Ryan Getzlaf gets a breakaway, and the crowd at Honda Center roars as the puck sails past Kings goalie Jonathan Quick. High above the ice, fans in luxury suites leap to their feet, then reach for a snack (a bite of sushi, perhaps) and a bevvy (like a flute of Dom Pérignon). The game-day experience is different up there, and that’s just where you’ll want to be Feb. 19, when our neighbor to the north comes to Anaheim. The view: unobstructed, with seating that offers a panoramic landscape of the rink and spirited fans below. Each of Honda Center’s 84 luxury suites (from $5,900 per game) comes with premium amenities for up to 20 guests—think parking that leads to private entrances, concierge service and exclusive access to the Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Club. Suites are furnished with leather sofas, a wet bar and high-def TVs to catch pregame coverage. And guests enjoy other perks on an as-available basis, like taking a trip down to the ice for a penalty shot or riding the Zamboni. Cool!