Heading into the All-Star break, the New Jersey Devils franchise has seen better days, as they are currently one of the worst teams in the Eastern Conference with a 17-22-8 record. Since the start of the New Year, the Devils are still struggling to consistently win games and could be on the way to missing the playoffs for the third straight season.
The most expensive game on the remaining Devils home schedule is an April 7 meeting with division rival New York Rangers, which is the final regular season home game for New Jersey. Rangers vs Devils tickets for this game have a current average price of $226.03 on the secondary market, a 89.4% premium above the Devils home average at Prudential Center which is $119.33. The least expensive ticket to get into this game is $85.
Due to the Devils’ poor season so far, there are more affordable games on the remaining home schedule with the least expensive game taking place on February 3 against the Ottawa Senators. Tickets for this game have a current secondary market average price of $57.55, 51.7% below the Devils home average. The get-in price for this game is $17.
The Devils currently trail by 12 points for the No. 8 seed in the Eastern Conference. There’s still time to make a run, but it’s coming to that point for the Devils where they may just have to settle for the draft and build a better team for next season.