The Chicago Blackhawks have not gotten off to a great start in 2015, losing five of their nine games played before the All-Star break. The Blackhawks, though, should not be counted out as this team brings a lot of experience winning two Stanley Cups since the 2009 season and are expected to be a force to reckoned with for the remaining of the season.
According to TicketIQ, the most expensive game on the remaining Blackhawks home schedule is a February 22 meeting with the Boston Bruins at the United Center. Bruins vs Blackhawks tickets have a current average price of $414.11 on the secondary market, a 34.3% premium above the Blackhawks home average which is $308.27. The least expensive ticket to get into this game is $163.
Blackhawks tickets are in high demand with not many affordable games, but the least expensive ticket on the remaining home schedule is a February 9 meeting with the Arizona Coyotes. Blackhawks vs Coyotes tickets have a current secondary average price of $215.23 with a get-in price of $85.
The Blackhawks are currently struggling but could be bored considering it’s still early in the season and might be holding out their best play as they get deeper into the season, but the Hawks are expected to get in.