Check out which hockey teams charge the most per game ticket, according to search engine SeatGeek.com.
The Jets are back and fans couldn’t be happier; Manitoba has been without a team since 1996 when the Jets moved to Phoenix to become the Coyotes.
The Leafs continue to draw top dollar for tickets despite owning the record for longest streak without a Stanley Cup.
The Canadiens have hoisted Lord Stanley’s Cup 24 times, more than any team in history, which keeps fans willing to pay top dollar to watch a game.
Last year’s President’s Cup winner continues to be one of the top teams in hockey.
The most expensive ticket in the U.S. goes to the San Jose Sharks who became a hockey powerhouse.
Despite having little success since the “Great One” migrated to California, the Oilers are attempting to rebuild the team’s legacy and the residents of Alberta still believe the dynasty can return.
Added during the first expansion of the NHL, the Pittsburgh Penguins are looking to rebound this season as Sydney Crosby make his return to the ice.
Bean Town’s hockey club is the oldest in America and garners a pretty penny for ticket prices.
Hockey fans are so abundant in Alberta that there are two teams bringing in top ticket prices.
No matter what you do in the Big Apple, it’s going to cost you. The first U.S. franchise to win a Stanley Cup commands a hefty price tag for seats.
With football season nearly halfway over and the NBA stuck in a lockout, more sports fans might be turning to the ice to get their gaming fix. Here’s a look at which hockey fans pay the most to watch their team rink side.