Check out which hockey teams charge the least per game ticket, according to search engine SeatGeek.com.
Founded in 1992, the Lightning have hoisted Lord Stanley’s cup, but the residents of this warm-weathered city aren’t flocking to the ice, keeping seats in this stadium cheap.
While fans have rallied around the ‘Canes, the former New England Whalers are still one of the cheapest seats in the NHL
The former Jets have dealt with its fair share of debt woes and relocation talks, as the sport continues to struggle to create a loyal fan base in the state.
The NHL’s youngest team is still looking for a large following in Ohio as it tries to replace the Barons.
The struggling team is looking to hold onto fans while trying to make the playoffs.
Financial woes have hampered the team as of late and recent attempts to get financing for a new arena were turned down by New York State.
Despite winning two Stanley Cups and being born from a Disney movie, the Ducks still offer hockey at a cheap price in the Golden State.
The predators joined the league during its expansion in 1997 and offer fans the chance to see a playoff team at an affordable price.
This storied team has had a bit of a rebuilding recently, but with reasonable ticket prices, the team still draws big crowds.
For fans who can’t afford to see a Ranger’s game in the Big Apple, they can hop on a train and catch a Devils’ game for a fraction of the cost.
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. And some fans have better luck when it comes to how much they pay to cheer rink side. Here’s a look at which hockey team has the least expensive tickets.