The Columbus Blue Jackets had a terrible start at the beginning of the season due to the many injuries they had to overcome. The Blue Jackets have played better and were able to win some games, but don’t have much to show for in the standings after digging themselves in a big hole. They currently hold a 20-21-3 record, which is fifth in the Metropolitan Division.
The most expensive game on remaining on the Blue Jackets home schedule is an April 4 meeting with the Pittsburgh Penguins. Penguins vs Blue Jackets tickets for this game have a current average price of $146.91, a 80.3% premium above the home average for the Blue Jackets, which is $81.45 as the least expensive ticket to get into this game is $45.
There are many affordable games remaining on the Blue Jackets home schedule, but the least expensive game is a January 27 meeting with the Washington Capitals at the Nationwide Arena. Tickets currently have an average price of $53.33 on the secondary market, a 34.5% discount below Columbus’s home average with the least expensive ticket to get into this game priced at $11.
Moving forward things look bleak for the Blue Jackets currently trailing the No. 8 seed Boston by 11 points in the standings. There is still plenty of time for the Blue Jackets, but are going to have to start winning games consistently to have a chance.