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NHL Ticket Information

When it comes to buying NHL game tickets, Hockey fans have plenty of opportunity. Each of the 30 team in the National Hockey League play a minimum of 82 games in the regular season. 2015 NHL tickets are available when the season starts on October 7th and ends on April 9th. 2016 Stanley Cup playoffs tickets are already available for when the two final teams face off.

NHL Ticket Prices

With an consistently rising fan base, the average ticket for an NHL regular season game has reached an all time high in the 2014-15 season with a median price of just under $160. The increasing demand to watch the action has kept top tier teams at a premium. The Toronto Maple Leafs and the Chicago Blackhawks weigh in at two of the top average ticket prices at $368 and $313 respectively. With plenty of marquee matchups and rivalry games ahead, the NHL looks to perpetually expand as the 2015-26 season nears.

Stanley Cup Tickets

Posting record number during the 2015 season, the Stanley Cup was in far higher demand than in previous years. With the Chicago Blackhawks taking the cup, ticket prices for game 6 of the series experienced a 48% increase in median ticket prices compared to prior Stanley Cup series. With standing room seats inching over the $1000 mark, game 6 hauled in an average of $1,426 per seat. With record breaking numbers, the 2016 Stanley Cup series is expected to live up to increasing heights.

Best NHL Matchups

Following years of highly anticipated matchups, the NHL rivalry games are some of the most anticipated sporting events around. With old top tier teams burning out, the stage has been set for new and upcoming rivalries to make their mark in sports history. As of the 2015 season the best matchups are: 5. Washington Capitals vs Pittsburgh Penguins, 4. San Jose Sharks vs Los Angeles Kings, 3. New York Islanders vs New York Rangers, 2. Philadelphia Flyers vs Pittsburgh Penguins, and coming in at 1. Montreal Canadiens vs Boston Bruins.

Best NHL Stadiums

The NHL is reaching a record demand for tickets, resulting in the highest ticket prices experienced by fans. However fans will do whatever it takes to push their team into the playoffs. These stadiums were rated the top of NHL atmospheres: 5. SAP center (San Jose Sharks), 4. Bell Centre (Montreal Canadiens), 3. Xcel Energy Center (Minnesota Wild), 2. MTS Centre (Winnipeg Jets), 1. United Center (Chicago Blackhawks)

Best NHL Fans

Reaching new audience records, NHL fans are known to be some of the most loyal fans of any sports. With a 2014-15 season that experienced record breaking numbers, here are the top rated fan bases in the NHL: 5. Edmonton Oilers, 4. Chicago Blackhawks, 3. Toronto Maple Leafs, 2. Montreal Canadiens, 1. Pittsburgh Penguins. Although the Chicago Blackhawks took the Stanley Cup in the previous season, the Pittsburgh Penguins experienced a 5 year sellout streak as well as the highest TV ratings in the NHL giving them the top ranking.