The defending Stanley Cup Champions LA Kings haven’t played like the champs throughout the season, but the Kings are now making their move with the season winding down and are on a 8 game winning streak. The Kings have only lost two games this month so far, and have positioned themselves as the number seven seed in the Western Conference, trailing the two teams ahead of them in Winnipeg and Vancouver by just three points. Here are the top three Kings tickets on the secondary market for their remaining home games.
3/7/15 vs Pittsburgh Penguins | Avg. Price: $202.89 | Get-in Price: $76
For the remaining home games for the Kings at Staples Center, tickets have an average price of $132.79 on the secondary market. Their most expensive game is on March 7, a 52% premium increase compared to the Kings home average, going for secondary average price of $202.89, with the least expensive ticket to get in priced at $76.
4/11/15 vs San Jose Sharks | Avg. Price: $164.88 | Get-in Price: $61
The Kings only have one game on their remaining schedule with tickets at an asking average price of over $200. Their second most expensive game is a matchup with division rival the San Jose Sharks at the Staples Center on April 11. Kings tickets for this game have a current average price of $164.88 on the secondary market, with a get-in price of $61.
3/21/15 vs Vancouver Canucks | Avg. Price: $138.33 | Get-in Price: $39
An important game for the Kings with the Vancouver Canucks next month as the Kings trail the Canucks by just three points for the fifth spot in the Western Conference. Kings ticket in this matchup at the Staples Center are going for a secondary average price of $138.33, with a get-in price of $39.