The Pittsburgh Penguins last season earned the No. 8 seed in the Eastern Conference with 41 wins. However, it only resulted in a first round exit in the Stanley Cup Playoffs at the hands of the New York Rangers in five games. The Penguins enter this season with renewed optimism after a pretty strong offseason, acquiring five time 30-goal scorer Phil Kessel. The Penguins were able to make that deal with Kessel without giving up their top two prospects Derrick Pouliot and Olli Maatta. Pittsburgh also made some changes to their bottom six forwards by swapping some players, but their defense is relatively thin on paper. Pittsburgh is expected to get back in the playoffs but could have trouble with keeping on pace in the Metro Division. Below are the top five secondary market Penguins tickets this season on TicketIQ.
11/28/15 vs Edmonton Oilers | Avg. Price: $207.83 | Get-in Price: $79
The top priced Penguins ticket this season will feature the Edmonton Oilers who come into Consol Energy Center on November 28. The Penguins took both games from the Oilers last season and Oilers vs Penguins tickets for the late-November game are going for an average price of $207.83 on the secondary market, with the cheapest ticket priced at $79.
10/17/15 vs Toronto Maple Leafs | Avg. Price: $198.69 | Get-in Price: $82
The Toronto Maple Leafs are featured in two of the top five Penguins games this season. The first of the two games takes place on October 17 at Consol Energy Center, where tickets for the game have an average price of $198.69 on the secondary market, with a get in price of $82.
4/3/16 vs Philadelphia Flyers | Avg. Price: $185.07 | Get-in Price: $75
Division rival the Philadelphia Flyers will visit Pittsburgh on April 3 as the Penguins have had an intense rivalry over the years that have included three playoff series between the two since 2008. The Flyers lead the all-time series but are coming off a down year failing to qualify for the playoffs. Penguins tickets for this game are going for an average price of $185.07 on the secondary market, with a get-in price of $75.
12/30/15 vs Toronto Maple Leafs | Avg. Price: $169.74 | Get-in Price: $66
In the second game featuring the Toronto Maple Leafs, they come back to Pittsburgh on December 30 and tickets for this game have a secondary average price of $169.74, with the cheapest ticket to get in priced at $66.
1/2/16 vs New York Islanders | Avg. Price: $162.87 | Get-in Price: $66
The New York Islanders are coming off a very strong season and will look to progress even further as they will travel to Pittsburgh for a showdown with the Penguins at the Consol Energy Center on January 2. Tickets are going for an average price of $162.87, with the least expensive ticket to get in priced at $66.