Penguins Most Expensive, Ducks Least Expensive Remaining Games on Hurricanes Schedule


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.

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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.

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