If Monday’s Game 6 was any indication, it appears that the Nashville Predators won’t be going quietly into the night. After losing three straight to the Anaheim Ducks in the Quarterfinals Round of the 2016 NHL Playoffs, the Predators stormed back on home ice to knot the series at three games apiece in a 3-1 victory. The road now leads to a decisive Game 7 at Honda Center Wednesday night, and for fans looking to attend, Game 7 Ducks vs Predators tickets will be among the cheapest of the series.
According to TicketIQ, the average resale price for tickets to Wednesday’s game is now $142.42. That makes it the third cheapest game of the series on average and second least expensive at Honda Center behind Game 2, which owned a secondary market average of $116.19. If looking to just get past the turnstile at Honda Center for Game 7, tickets can be found from just $49.
Wednesday’s victor will advance to take on the San Jose Sharks in the Western Conference Semifinals. Both teams have had success against the Sharks this season; the Ducks took three of four games from the Sharks during the regular season while the Predators won two of three.