The Boston Bruins are sitting pretty, presently in first place in the Eastern Conference with a record of 52-17-6 and a league-leading 110 points. They’ve won three straight games (including a strong victory against last year’s Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks) and have won nine out of their last ten. With only two weeks remaining in the regular season, the only question is, can this team keep hot through June?
They certainly have the depth and the talent to do so and with Tuuka Rask between the pipes, it’s very possible the B’s will return to the Stanley Cup. The Pittsburgh Penguins are most likely their largest threat in the Eastern Conference (though Tampa Bay and Montreal are no slouches either,) but the Bruins have proven over the past few seasons that the playoffs is where they truly thrive.
Luckily for Bruins fans, there’s a few more opportunities to see the team play before the playoffs. They have two more home games remaining, one against the Philadelphia Flyers on April 5th, and another on April 12th against the Buffalo Sabres. According to Razorgator, the Flyers game has an average ticket price of a whopping $319 and a get-in price of $177. Razorgator does say that Bruins tickets are much cheaper for the home finale against the Sabres, with the average price a much reduced $257 and a get-in price of only $128.
Changes are playoff tickets for the Bruins will be even more expensive than that Flyers game, so fans looking to see the B’s play live should grab tickets to either of these two games. Their first round opponent is hardly set, but juicy matchups against the Maple Leafs or Capitals loom, so tickets to the Garden will be quite pricey.
We’ll keep you updated with any relevant ticket information as we get closer to the playoffs.