The Washington Capitals have been hanging around as they enter this week seventh in the Eastern Conference and fourth in the Metropolitan Division with a 24-13-8 record. The Capitals got off to a strong start to start the New Year but have since suffered back to back losses as they look to rebound tonight against Edmonton.
The most expensive game on the remaining Capitals home schedule is an April 11 meeting with the New York Rangers at the Verizon Center. It will also mark the last regular season home game for the Capitals. Tickets for this game have a current average price of $206.40 on the secondary market, a 45.9% premium compared to the Capitals home average which is $141.41. The least expensive ticket to get into this game is $55.
The least expensive game for Capitals tickets is their matchup on January 20 with the Edmonton Oilers. The game is well below their home average at an average price of just $48 on the secondary market, a 66.5% below the Capitals home average as the least expensive ticket to get into this game is $14.
It’s not going to be easy for Washington to get in as they have not played well against the top teams in the league thus far. However, the Capitals have plenty of time to make a run to get into a more comfortable position in the Eastern Conference.