The Carolina Hurricanes are the worst team in the Metropolitan Division at a 16-25-5 record. However, after a horrific first three months of the season, the Hurricanes have played much better since start of the New Year, including back-to-back wins over not great but solid teams like the Ottawa Senators and Toronto Maple Leafs as they enter the break.
The most expensive game on the remaining Hurricanes home schedule is a March 26 meeting with the Pittsburgh Penguins at the PNC Arena. Penguins vs Hurricanes tickets for the game have a current average price of $117.91 on the secondary market, a 50.9% premium compared to Carolina’s home average which is $78.10. The get-in price for the March 26 game is $22.
There are only five games on the remaining Hurricanes home schedule for which tickets will have an average asking price over $100. The least expensive game is a February 12 meeting with the Anaheim Ducks. Ducks vs Hurricanes tickets have a current secondary average price of just $46 with a get-in price of $9.
Trailing the Boston Bruins by 19 points for the eight seed in the Eastern Conference, it’s a safe bet to assume Carolina will not be making the 2014-15 Stanley Cup Playoffs this season. With just 37 points, Carolina will head into the All-Star break tied for the third fewest points in the league.