With NHL training camps starting up, it’s only a matter of time before the regular season begins. With the start of the NHL season, many fans will be looking for NHL tickets on the secondary market. For the 2014-15 season, Toronto Maple Leafs tickets will have the highest average price in the league. We took a closer look at the state of NHL tickets on the secondary market today on Forbes.
As always, Canada leads the way with the three most expensive teams in the league: The Maple Leafs, Oilers and Canucks. Of the top 10 most expensive teams, six are north of the border. Only Senators tickets fall outside of the top 10 most expensive average ticket prices for the season. As for teams south of the border, at an average price of $279, Blackhawks tickets have the highest average price on the secondary market. After that are the Penguins ($230), Rangers ($223) and Bruins ($222).
To continue reading this article, and to see the rest of the top 10 priced teams in the NHL, check out Forbes.