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List of NHL Average Ticket Prices Team By Team 2013-2014: Leafs Hold Top Spot

 

The NHL season is underway, so let’s take a look at what the average ticket price is for each team, starting with the least expensive and working our way to the most. This list will be important to reference back to as the season progresses and towards the end of the season when playoffs get started.

 

Team/Average Ticket Price This Season/Previous Season’s Win Total

30. Phoenix Coyotes – $77 (21 wins)

29. Colorado Avalanche – $86 (16 wins)

28. Anaheim Ducks – $91 (30 wins)

27. Columbus Blue Jackets – $96 (24 wins)

26. Tampa Bay Lightning – $97 (18 wins)

25. St. Louis Blues – $106 (29 wins)

24. Nashville Predators – $108 (16 wins)

23. Florida Panthers- $119 (15 wins)

22. Carolina Hurricanes- $120 (19 wins)

21. Philadelphia Flyers- $123 (23 wins)

20. Dallas Stars – $124 (22 wins)

19. Detroit Red Wings- $124 (24 wins)

18. New Jersey Devils – $125 (19 wins)

17. Washington Capitals- $126 (27 wins)

16. Los Angeles Kings- $126 (27 wins)

15. Ottawa Senators- $138 (25 wins)

14. Buffalo Sabres- $140 (21 wins)

13. New York Islanders- $151(24 wins)

12. San Jose Sharks- $151 (25 wins)

11. Minnesota Wild- $154 (26 wins)

10. Pittsburgh Penguins- $204 (36 wins)

9. Boston Bruins-$223 (28 wins)

8. New York Rangers- $233 (26 wins)

7. Montreal Canadiens- $257 (29 wins)

6. Calgary Flames- $262 (19 wins)

5. Vancouver Canucks- $265 (26 wins)

4. Edmonton Oilers- $273 (19 wins)

3. Winnipeg Jets- $277 (24 wins)

2. Chicago Blackhawks- $313 (36 wins)

1. Toronto Maple Leafs- $369 (26 wins)

There are many interesting facets to this list. The most interesting might be that of the top seven teams with the highest average ticket price, six of those are in Canadian markets. The only Canadian market to not crack the top 10 is Ottawa. The Chicago Blackhawks come in at #2 after winning the Stanley Cup last year. The Anaheim Ducks had the third most wins last season, yet they come in with the 3 cheapest average ticket price this year, possibly proving that a teams success doesn’t guarantee a solid fan base. It should be interesting to see with a full length season (82 games) this year how teams’ ticket prices change throughout the year, and how the team’s success dictates that change.

 

h/t TiqIQ for ticket prices 

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