With 105 points, the Anaheim Ducks sit in pole position for the President’s Trophy. The Ducks currently have a two point lead over the Nashville Predators and New York Rangers for most points in the league. Both Anaheim and Nashville have four games remaining during the regular season, but the Rangers still have six games left on their schedule. Anaheim has clinched the Pacific division title and will need to hold off Nashville for the top spot in the West.
Of Anaheim’s four remaining regular season games, three will come at the Honda Center. All three games have an average price below $100 on the secondary market. The most expensive game will be the regular season final against Dallas on April 8. The game will also serve as Fan Appreciation Night. The average price for Ducks vs Stars tickets is $86.77 with a get-in price of $18. Neither of the other games has an average above $80.
Prices will see an uptick once the Stanley Cup Playoffs start. Ducks playoff tickets average over $130 for each of the first two games of the first round. The average price for Home Game 1 is $135.57, while the average for Home Game 2 is $148.30. With Anaheim as a top seed, these games will be the first two of the series.
The playoff probabilities from hockey-reference.com currently gives Anaheim a 78.9 percent chance of clinching the No. 1 seed in the conference. However, the Ducks only have a 12.8 percent chance of winning the conference, below the top four teams in the Central division.