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Jets & Blackhawks Highlight the Ducks Ticket Prices For January

The Ducks returned home to face the always tough San Jose Sharks on Monday Night at Honda Center which they pulled out an overtime victory 3-2 thanks to Ryan Kesler’s goal at the 00:58 mark. Anaheim will have four days off before they travel to Phoenix on Saturday to face the Coyotes. After an extended road trip it will be a much deserved week of rest and the chance to celebrate the Christmas holiday at home. After the trip to Phoenix the Ducks return home the following night when they host the Vancouver Canucks.

Where They Stand: With 51 points the Ducks have the top record in the Western Conference and the entire NHL.

Here is a look at the Anaheim Ducks schedule ticket prices for January 2015.

Game 41 | 01-04 Sun 5:00 PM Nashville Predators | Get In’s $15.00
The Nashville predators currently in third place in NHL western conference and 5 points behind the Ducks will come in to the Honda Center. Nashville is 10-7 on the road while 12-1-1 on the ice at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Ducks vs Pedators ticket price average for the Honda Center is $37 per which is down 33% from last season’s average of $56.00 per ticket. To see the Predators vs Ducks in Nashville the get in price is $10.00 per ticket with a ticket average of just $20.00 per ticket.

Game 42 | 01-07 Wed 7:30 PM New York Rangers | Get In’s $25.00
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The New York Rangers are sitting in the Middle of the NHL Eastern Conference in seventh place as of now and are currently on a seven game win streak and nine points behind the Pittsburgh Penguins. Ducks vs Rangers ticket price average for the Honda Center is $49 per ticket. The Ducks will head to New York in March to face the Rangers at the Madison Square Garden where the get in price is $88 per ticket which is down from their 2014 average ticket price by 16%.

Game 43 | 01-11 Sun 6:00 PM Winnipeg Jets | Get In’s $123.00
The Winnipeg Jets come to the Honda Center on November 11th with an away record currently 10-7-1 which is better than their 8-6-2 home ice record. Currently sitting in sixth place in the Western Conference this will be there only visit to Anaheim. The Ducks have beaten them twice so far at the MTS Centre. Ducks vs Jets tickets prices on average for the Honda Center are $33.00 while up north the Jets vs Ducks ticket average price is $95 per ticket. The Ducks will honor Teemu Selanne at the Honda Center at this game which is what is making the “get in” price 272% higher than average.

Game 44 | 01-14 7:00 PM Toronto Maple Leafs | Get In’s $13.00
The Toronto Maple Leafs will make their only appearance at the Honda Center on Jan 14th. The Leafs are currently in 6th place in the Eastern Conference and have a road record 6-4-3. The average Ducks vs Maple Leafs ticket price for the Honda Center is $40.00 per ticket. The Ducks lost their only visit to the Maple Leafs home ice on Dec 16th where the average ticket for the Air Canada Center for the Ducks visit was $155.00 per ticket.

Game 45 | 01-16 Friday 7:00 PM New Jersey Devils | Get In’s $18.00
The struggling New Jersey Devils will make their only appearance in Anaheim on Jan 16th and are currently 8-11-2 on the road and in 14th place in the Eastern Division. Ducks vs Devils ticket price average for the Honda Center is $62.00 while going to see the Ducks play at the Prudential Center in New Jersey on March 29th would cost you $45.00 to get in and average ticket cost of $70.00 per ticket.

Game 46 | 01-17 Saturday 7:00 PM @ Los Angeles Kings | Get In’s $80.00
The Stanley Cup Champions are currently sitting in 8th place in the Western Conference with a home record of 13-4-2 and have beaten the Ducks at the Staples Center in their first meeting of the regular season on Nov 15th. Kings vs Ducks ticket price average for a game at the STAPLES Center right now is $120 per ticket while seeing the Ducks vs Kings at the Honda Center on Feb 27th has a get in the door price of $52.00 per ticket a savings of 35%.

Game 47 | 01-21 Wed 10:00 PM Calgary Flames | Get In’s $12.00
The Flames are currently in 9th place in the Western Conference with a road record of 10-9-1 with one of the losses coming from the Ducks on November 25th at the Honda Center. The average Ducks vs Flames ticket price is just $30.00 per ticket to see them in Anaheim which is down 103% from their first meeting at the Honda Center. Calgary Flames ticket prices for their games against the Ducks at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary start at just $13 with an average price of $56.00.

Game 48 | 01-27 Tues 10:00 PM @Vancouver Canucks Rogers Arena Canada | Get In’s 51
The Vancouver Canucks are currently sitting in 7th place in the Western Conference and are 9-5-1 at the Rogers Arena this season. Canucks vs Ducks tickets for the Rogers Arena average $80 per ticket which is 34% down from last season’s average price per ticket. The Ducks beat them at the Rogers Center on Novemeber 20th but lost to them at the Honda Center on the 9th. The Average Ducks vs Canucks ticket price for the Honda Center is $37 per ticket which was down 53% from last season. If they Ducks and Canucks meet again at the Honda Center it will be in the playoffs.

Game 49 | 01-29 Thurs 7:00 PM @ San Jose Sharks SAP Center |Get In’s $26.00
The Ducks lost their first meeting to the Sharks at the SAP Center on November 29th 4-6 where San Jose has a 10-4-2 record. Sharks vs Ducks ticket price average for games at the SAP Center are $85.00 which is 44% higher than the Ducks vs Sharks ticket price average for the Honda Center of $59.00 per ticket. This will be the last time the Sharks and Ducks meet during the regular season.

Game 50 | 01-30 Fri 7:00 PM Chicago Blackhawks | Get In’s $48
Currently in second place in the Western Division just three points behind the Ducks the Blackhawks will make their only appearance at the Honda Center on Jan 30th where they are currently 11-6-1 on the road. The Ducks beat the Hawks at the United Center on Oct 28th but lost to them at the Honda Center Nov 28th. The average Ducks vs Blackhawks ticket price for the Honda Center is $90.00 per ticket which is up 80% from last season. To see the Blackhawks vs Ducks at the United Center the average ticket price this season was $195 which was also up 21% from the last season average of $160.

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Do the Ducks have what it takes to win the Stanley Cup?

Anaheim Ducks 2013-2014 Season

Anaheim Ducks


With many picking them for fourth place in the Pacific Division the Anaheim Ducks put together a tremendous regular season, overshadowed only by the Chicago Blackhawks and their remarkable regular season. The Ducks lost their momentum and suffered an early playoff exit at the hands of the Detroit Red Wings, dampening their outstanding regular season. With both Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry signed to long term extensions the once cloudy Ducks future is clear and under Head Coach Bruce Boudreau the Ducks should make another strong regular season push this year.

Do the Ducks have what it takes to win the Stanley Cup?

Up front: The Ducks have an elite combination up front in former MVP Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf. Both are among the most talented players in the NHL and the Ducks have locked them up with long term deals. In the new salary capped NHL signing players to expensive long-term deals comes with a price. In the case of the Ducks the move to sign Perry and Getzlaf eliminated their ability to sign the third member of their big three, Bobby Ryan. The big American forward was a consistent force for the club, scoring 131 goals over the past four seasons. He’s off to Ottawa for a package that features former Senators second round pick Jakob Silverberg. The Swedish forward is a talented player who put up solid numbers last season in Ottawa. He’ll be relied on to inject some new playmaking into the lineup and fill in for the loss of Ryan. The other player who’ll be counted on to provide some of the grit and size the Ducks lost with the trade of Ryan is Dustin Penner, re-acquired from the Los Angeles Kings. The former Ducks forward remains big and talented, but has had an up and down career. If Penner can recapture the star form he’s shown at times throughout his career the Ducks may not miss a beat with the loss of Ryan. Last season Anaheim was in the top ten in goals scored and had an elite, top five power play. With their two stars back the Ducks should be as strong as ever in special teams.

Between the Pipes: Anaheim has two solid and experienced goaltenders in Jonas Hiller and Viktor Fasth who split duties last season. They both performed well and this arrangement should serve them well in the long NHL regular season. If either player gets injured or has a poor spell of play the Ducks have young star John Gibson waiting in the wings. The twenty-year-old was voted the Most Valuable Player when the United States won the IIHF World Junior Championships. He’s one of the elite up and coming goaltending prospects in the National Hockey League. The trio gives the Ducks a goaltending situation that is the envy of many NHL clubs. Of course the strategy of goaltenders sharing time often creates an issue of who will lead the team when the playoffs arrive. NHL teams typically run with one goaltender during the Stanley Cup playoffs and the Ducks will have to decide who the top netminder is for their eventual playoff run.

On the Blue Line: The Ducks defense thrived last season with the arrival of Sheldon Souray and the continued evolution of Francois Beauchemin as an elite NHL defenseman. The two veterans provided solid two way play and timely offense during the regular season. Unfortunately for Ducks fans both players are now coming off injuries with Beauchemin having offseason knee surgery and Souray injuring his wrist in an offseason training accident. The Ducks expect Beauchemin back towards the beginning of the regular season, but Souray will likely miss the first two months. With Souray out the Ducks will need Cam Fowler to continue is ascent as a potential top NHL blue-liner. The young American had a breakout year last season, evolving as an elite stay at home defenseman. Luca Sbisa, Bryan Allen, Toni Lydman and perhaps young talent Hampus Lindholm round out the Ducks defensive group.

Young Talent: Beyond the veteran stars the Ducks front office has done a fine job in developing a group of young and talented players. Kyle Palmieri, Emerson Etem, Peter Holland, and Sami Vatanen all played roles in the team last season, with Palmieri and Etem playing significant roles. Combined with Gibson and Lindholm, soon to arrive, the Ducks may have the best farm system and group of young players in the NHL. The development of this players into future stars is a key reality to the new NHL. Salary cap limitations and the need to spend big money on stars like Getzlaf and Perry shows the need for a bench and the Ducks are in a solid position. This group of talented players will play a big role on the ice this season as well as potential trade bait as the NHL trade deadline comes late in the season.

So can they win the Stanley Cup? The Pacific Division will be a challenge. It’s a deep group of teams that includes perennial powers like the Kings, Sharks and Canucks and the up and coming Edmonton Oilers. Most have the Ducks predicted to either win or finish in the top three in their division. They’ll be in a strong position to earn at least one of the new wildcards and have a fighting chance to make a deep playoff run. Come playoff time the health of their defense is important as is the need to settle on a number one goaltender. The other key factor to watch will be the complacency question with Getzlaf and Perry. Players react differently to big contracts and there’s always the chance that performance can wane. Both players had solid years last season but poor years the season before. The Ducks will need scoring punch from Perry, like in his MVP year, and the solid two-way play that has marked Getzlaf’s career. If the two superstars play to their potential the Ducks are a strong candidate to win the Stanley Cup in their 20th season as an NHL team.

By: Chris Cabrera