Five different teams will host this week’s most expensive NHL tickets and the Flames lead the pack with a game against the Penguins on Friday. The Canucks, Rangers, Maple Leafs and Bruins all also welcome top-priced games over the weekend.
2/6 - Pittsburgh Penguins at Calgary Flames | Avg. Price: $440.90 | Get-in: $146
In the middle of the Pacific division sit the Flames, who will host the Pittsburgh Penguins at Scotiabank Saddledome on Friday. The average price for Flames vs Penguins tickets is $440.90 and the get-in price starts at $146. The Penguins have swapped spots with the Islanders atop the Metropolitan all season long and currently own the second spot in the division at 28-14-8.
2/7 - Pittsburgh Penguins at Vancouver Canucks | Avg. Price: $434.70 | Get-in: $155
The Penguins will again be the opposing team in a top-priced game when they travel to Vancouver to take on the Canucks on Saturday. Canucks vs Penguins tickets average at $434.70 and get-in price is listed at $155 on the secondary market. The Canucks sit just above the Flames in the Pacific at 27-18-3 and will look to gain ground on the division-leading Ducks when they host the Penguins at the Rogers Arena this weekend.
2/8 - Dallas Stars at New York Rangers | Avg. Price: $285.91 | Get-in: $105
The NY Rangers prepare to host the Stars on Sunday, which will serve as the week’s third highest-priced game on the secondary market. The average secondary price for Rangers vs Stars tickets is $285.91. The game’s cheapest seat is listed at $105. The Rangers will need a win against the struggling Stars in hopes of keeping the Metropolitan tight, where the Penguins and Islander lead by four and five points, respectively.
2/7 - Edmonton Oilers at Toronto Maple Leafs | Avg. Price: $279.11 | Get-in: $116
The Air Canada Centre will host a meeting between the Oilers and Maple Leafs this Saturday. The average price for Maple Leafs vs Oilers tickets is $279.11 and get-in price starts at $116. Toronto had a difficult January and currently sits on a nine-game losing streak. The Oilers haven’t fared much better this season, however, as they sit in the basement of the Pacific division with the lights out at 13-28-9. Despite the poor performance from both teams, Saturday’s game will be the fourth most expensive game in the NHL this week.
2/8 - Montreal Canadiens at Boston Bruins | Avg. Price: $258.47 | Get-in: $106
Rounding off this week’s top-priced game is a matchup between the Canadiens and Bruins on Sunday. Bruins vs Canadiens tickets own an average secondary price of $258.47 and the game’s cheapest seat is currently listed at $106. The Bruins have come alive in recent weeks after a lackadaisical first half and have climbed the rankings in the Atlantic, where they sit in fourth place at 27-16-7. It will be a pivotal battle in the division as the Bruins welcome the second place Canadiens to TD Garden this weekend.