Heading into the 2015 half of the NHL season the Anaheim Ducks are sitting on top of the league with 52 points with fellow Western Conference rivals the Chicago Blackhawks just two points behind but with an average of 237.09% price difference to see each team on their home ice.
The most expensive NHL average ticket belongs to the Chicago Blackhawks followed by the New York Rangers. The Blackhawks and Rangers dont play each other until March but to get in the door for the United Center game on March 8th will run you $163 per ticket and to see the Rangers vs Blackhawks on March 18th at Madison Square Garden will cost you $150 per ticket to get in.
The Blackhawks vs Kings at the United Center on March 20th will run you $150 to get in the door and but at the Staples Center on January 28th Kings vs Blackhawks tickets start at $69.00 per ticket. In the United States even with the Stanley Cup on the West Coast again hockey is still a diehard East Coast sport with five of the top ticket prices all being East Coast Teams the Chicago Blackhawks, New York Rangers, Pittsburgh Penguins, Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals.
The jump of 344.68% in price from a Carolina Hurricanes home game at the PNC Arena in Raleigh North Carolina which has a $47.00 average ticket price to the Chicago Blackhawks $209 average ticket price shows just how much a of a hockey town Chicago is.
|ST LOUIS BLUES||$90|
|LOS ANGELES KINGS||$97|
|SAN JOSE SHARKS||$81|
|TAMPA BAY LIGHTING||$87|
|TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS||$180|
|NEW YORK ISLANDERS||$69|
|NEW YORK RANGERS||$195|
|COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS||$54|
|NEW JERSEY DEVILS||$55|
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BY: Chris M.