Predators, Leafs & Habs Highlight List Of Top Blackhawks Tickets In December
December 5, 2014
Things were going fairly well in 2014-15 Chicago Blackhawks before star netminder Corey Crawford hurt his foot at a concert. The goalie was enjoying a stellar season, and had a 1.87 GAA before the fateful concert. Aside from Crawford, the team is also missing high-scoring Patrick Sharp, who went down early last month with a knee injury and is only starting to skate now. In his absence, Patrick Kane has stepped up and led the team. Since November 12, Kane has 15 points.
Entering December, the Hawks won three games in a row and will look to continue their hot streak. Here are the Blackhawks’ three most expensive home games this month on the secondary market. Their home average in December is $272.56.
12/29 vs Nashville Predators | Average Price: $330.45 | Get-in: $114
Not many fans or pundits would’ve predicted that entering December, the Nashville Predators would be tied for the West’s top record. Led by the superb goaltending of Pekka Rinne, the Preds have gotten there. Tickets on the secondary market to the showdown between the Predators-Blackhawks are a hefty $330.45 on average. That’s 21% more expensive than the Blackhawks’ December average at home. The minimum you can pay to get into the skate is $114.
12/21 vs Toronto Maple Leafs | Average Price: $316.24 | Get-in: $126
Original Six matchups are never cheap, and the Maple Leafs and Blackhawks’ pre-Christmas skate is no different. Secondary market tickets to the game are $316.24 on average. That’s 16% more expensive than the Blackhawks’ home ticket average in December. The minimum you can pay to get into the Original Six matchup is $126.
12/5 vs Montreal Canadiens | Average Price: $296.07 | Get-in: $93
Montreal has struggled in big games this season. In November, the team lost blowouts to the Blues, Rangers and Penguins. Chicago will look to similarly punish the Habs. Tickets on the secondary market to the Habs-Hawks are $296.07 on average, nine percent more expensive than the Blackhawks’ home average in December. The minimum you can pay to get in is $93.