The Arizona Coyotes have skated in relative obscurity over the past two seasons, posting an above-.500 record but failing to make the NHL playoffs in a dominant Pacific division. The team heads into this week’s All-Star Break at 16-25-5, leading only the dismal Oilers in the Western Conference. They’ll welcome the Blackhawks as their top-priced game at the Jobing.com Arena while the Predators serve as their least expensive opponent in the second half of the season.
The Blackhawks head to Arizona on March 12, where the average price for Coyotes vs Blackhawks tickets is $227.40 and the get-in price starts at $65 on the secondary market. Chicago sits in third place in the Central division and fourth place in the West but boast superstars Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane, making ticket prices rise when they visit the Coyotes in March.
The cheapest remaining game on the Coyotes schedule will be against the Predators on March 9. The average price for Coyotes vs Predators tickets is $66.90 on the secondary market. The game’s cheapest seat is listed at $7. Interestingly enough, Nashville owns second-place honors in the West and sits atop the Central division despite low ticket prices when they play Arizona in two months.
The Coyotes risk missing the postseason for the third straight year if they continue to play sub-.500 hockey in the second half. At nine game under, they will need to turn things around soon if they hope to make any waves in a strong Western Conference.