Blues & Sharks Look To Take Commanding Series Leads in Game 4 Tonight

The Second Round of the 2016 NHL Playoffs continues tonight with two pivotal Game 4s in St. Louis and Nashville. Both the St. Louis Blues and San Jose Sharks own respective 2-1 series leads over the Dallas Stars and Nashville Predators and aim to stretch their leg room a little more by the final whistle tonight. The Blues will hope the home crowd at Scottrade Center rallies behind them while the Sharks will have to do so on the road in the Music City.

For fans arranging a last-minute trip to Scottrade Center tonight, they'll be paying big for St. Louis Blues tickets on the secondary market. The average resale price for Game 4 Blues vs Stars tickets is now $296.38 - making it the more expensive of the pair of games across the NHL tonight. If looking just to get in the cheapest ticket can be found from $165.

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300 miles south in Nashville, the Predators will need to stave off the Sharks if they hope to avoid a do-or-die Game 5 over the weekend. They were able to take their first win of the series in Game 3 after keeping the Sharks at bay with one goal and adding four of their own. The average price for Nashville Predators playoff tickets is now $245.18 and the get-in price starts from $123.

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