The Toronto Maple Leafs, after being in the playoff hunt for the first three months of the season, have really nosedived since the start of 2015. They head into the break going 1-9 in their past 10 games and now have a record of 22-23-3 and find themselves outside of playoff contention in the Eastern Conference.
According to TicketIQ, the most expensive game remaining on the Maple Leafs’ home schedule is a matchup with the division rival Montreal Canadiens at the Air Canada Center. Canadiens vs Maple Leafs tickets have a current average price of $527.34 on the secondary market, a 92.1% premium above the Maple Leafs home average. The get-in price of this game is $178.
Despite currently being out of the playoff hunt, Maple Leaf tickets have not suffered on the secondary market, but the least expensive game on their home schedule is a January 29 meeting with the Arizona Coyotes. Coyotes vs Maple Leafs tickets have a current secondary average price of $200.82, 26.8% below the home average as the least expensive ticket to get into this game is priced at $81.
If the Toronto Maple Leafs continue to play as they did this whole month of January, their season will end early.