Long gone are the years of consecutive playoff berths for the Edmonton Oilers, who have failed to play in the postseason since 2006. The team owns the worst record in the Western Conference at 12-26-9, tallying just 33 points over its first 47 games. Despite their poor performance, however, secondary ticket prices still remain relatively high at Rexall Place.
The Oilers will welcome the Maple Leafs on March 16 as their most expensive remaining home game. The average price for Oilers vs Maple Leafs tickets is $332.20 and the get-in price starts at $84 on the secondary market. The Maple Leafs have gone just 22-22-3 this season, but there still remains demand to see the two Canadian teams compete despite their lack of success.
The Wild head to Edmonton on January 27, where the average secondary price for Oilers vs Wild tickets is $80.60 on the secondary market. The game’s cheapest seat is currently listed at $9. Following a deep playoff push last season, the Wild have gone just 20-20-6 over 46 games this season.
2015 will mark the ninth consecutive year the Oilers have missed the playoffs. Their last run came in 2006, when they made a push to the Stanley Cup Final but fell to the Hurricanes in seven games.