Bummer! Looks like there aren't any events
Check back another time
Chicago Blackhawks Playoff Details
The Blackhawks won three Stanley Cups during the NHL’s Original Six era. Their last Stanley Cup before the NHL expanded came in 1961, when they defeated the Detroit Red Wings. The Blackhawks’ championship team included hall of famers like Stan Mikita, Bobby Hull, Pierre Pilote, and Glenn Hall.
After their 1961 championship win, the Blackhawks went 49 seasons without winning another Stanley Cup. In that time, they came closest to ending their championship drought in 1992, when they faced the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Stanley Cup Final. Even with popular players like Jeremy Roenick and Chris Chelios, the Blackhawks were overmatched against the Penguins and lost the series in four games.
After some forgettable seasons, the Blackhawks assembled a formidable roster by 2010. With players like Patrick Sharp, Duncan Keith, Marian Hossa, and Dustin Byfuglien, along with prized forwards Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews, the Blackhawks swept the San Jose Sharks in the Western Conference Final and faced the Philadelphia Flyers in the Stanley Cup Final. In overtime of Game 6, Patrick Kane scored one of the weirdest goals you’ll ever see, and the Blackhawks won their first Stanley Cup in almost 50 years.
After their 2010 Stanley Cup win, the Blackhawks became as close to a dynasty as is possible in the salary-cap era. The Blackhawks were able to keep players like Kane, Toews, and Hossa, and, despite a number of major roster changes, the Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup again in 2013 and for the third time in the decade in 2015.
When do Blackhawks playoff tickets go on sale?
The NHL season runs from October to mid-April. If the Blackhawks are in the playoff race, be on the lookout in March for playoff tickets to go on sale.
How much do Blackhawks playoff tickets cost?
The average resale price for a Blackhawks playoff ticket is $264. However, a host of factors can influence the cost of a playoff ticket. You’ll most likely pay more to attend an elimination game, and ticket prices are likely to increase as the Blackhawks get closer to the Stanley Cup. There might also be more of a competitive market for a rivalry series in the first two rounds. If the Blackhawks are playing the Blues or the Predators, you might have to pay more for a ticket.