Longtime Atlantic Division rivals the Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins play four regular-season games, two each at ScotiaBank Center and TD Garden.
What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets for Maples Leafs vs. Bruins at ScotiaBank Center
Saturday, October 19, 7 p.m., ScotiaBank Center
According to primary market partner Ticketmaster, seats remain in only one section for this game. Tickets in Section 304, Row 3 high above the net are $217.
Fans wanting more of a selection can visit the secondary market, where TicketIQ shows seats starting at $167 in Section 301. There are also 100-Level seats available, starting as low as $365 in Section 102 behind the net, and as high as $547 in Section 120, Row 19 behind the team benches.
Friday, November 15, 7 p.m. at ScotiaBank Arena
Primary market tickets remain in only two sections, according to Ticketmaster. Seats in Sections 313 and 317 on the corners are available for $192.
On the secondary market, fans can pick from seats throughout the arena. The cheapest ticket is $165 for standing-room only in the Balcony, and the cheapest seated ticket is $175 in Balcony 318 on the corner. Seats are available at center ice starting at $629 in Section 108.
What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets for Maples Leafs vs. Bruins at TD Garden
Tuesday, October 22, 7 p.m. at TD Garden
Primary market Balcony tickets for this game range in price from $75 in Balcony 325 to $199 Balcony 303. Club seats remain in Sections 107-115, 139-143, and range in price from $225.50-$275.50.
A wide selection of seats remains on the secondary market, and the cheapest seats are $68 in multiple Balcony sections, or fans can treat themselves to Club Seats for as low as $187 in Section 107.
Saturday, March 14, 7 p.m., at TD Garden
Fans can get into this game on the primary market starting at $169 in Balcony 325, or they can sit close to the glass in Sections 1 and 12 at center ice for $499 or in adjacent sections for $449. No primary market club seats are available for this game.
On the secondary market, seats are available throughout the Garden, starting at $128 in Balcony 324 on the corner above the net. Club seats are available on both sides of the ice for as little as $287, or fans can sit four rows back from the glass in Loge 1, Row 4 for $323.
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