What NHL Playoff Teams Drive the Most Ticket Sales?
Though we’re still weeks away from the Stanley Cup, so far the 2017 NHL Playoffs have been filled with upsets, comebacks and hard-earned victories. With an impressive roster of playoff teams vying for that final trophy, find out which ones have been driving the highest ticket sales on the secondary market.
7. Ottawa Senators
With the Ottawa Senators potentially bringing home the first Stanley Cup in team history, ticket prices are about 25 percent higher than normal on the secondary market. They’ll take on the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 2 at the PPG Paints Arena tonight, with tickets averaging around $100 on the SeatGeek. Shop Ottawa Senators tickets
6. Anaheim Ducks
After yet another come-from-behind victory, the Anaheim Ducks have kept us on their edge of our seat throughout the playoffs. With every last-minute win the team pulls out, the demand for their tickets increases. Shop Anaheim Ducks tickets
5. Pittsburgh Penguins
After a grueling seven-game showdown against the Caps, ultimately leading to a victory for this Pittsburgh team, fans are eager to see what else they can pull off. Find out tonight when they take on the Ottawa Senators, with tickets in sections 102 and 112 going for around $200 on the secondary market. Shop Pittsburgh Penguins tickets
4. Washington Capitals
After initially holding a 3-1 series lead, the Washington Capitals were defeated at the Verizon Center last week by the Penguins in a 2-0 Game 7 victory. Up until then, however, their average ticket price had risen to $177 on the secondary market.
3. Nashville Predators
After a strong defense for much of the post-season, the Predators suffered a surprising Game 2 loss to the Anaheim Ducks on Sunday. Despite the slip-up, tickets to see the Tennessee titans still average over $240 on the secondary market. Shop Nashville Predator tickets
2. Edmonton Oilers
After a breakout season from this Canadian team, plus a nail-biting series between them and the Ducks, tickets to see the Edmonton Oilers were averaging as high as $311 on the secondary market last week before their Game 7 elimination.
1. New York Rangers
Before getting eliminated in Game 6 against the Senators last week, tickets on SeatGeek to see the New York Rangers were averaging almost $400. Fans were likely eager to see the team take home their first Stanley Cup win since 1994, but it looks like they’ll have to wait until next year.
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