Four Bruins Games Have Average Ticket Price Over $200 In January On Secondary Market

It wasn’t a long time ago when the Boston Bruins were flirting with taking over first place in the Atlantic Division in the Eastern Conference, but a recent stretch of games to close out December and begin January has dropped them to fourth place through 38 games in the season.

The Bruins are tied with the Ottawa Senators at 44 points, but have two less games played. In their last six games, the Bruins lost five, including the nationally televised Winter Classic on January 1 against the Montreal Canadiens. It began with a loss to the St. Louis Blues on December 22, where a three-game losing streak formed against the Buffalo Sabres and Ottawa Senators. After defeating the Senators in the second part of a home-and-home, the Bruins dropped the Winter Classic followed by a loss to the best team in the Eastern Conference, the Washington Capitals.

Still looking for their first win in January, the Bruins begin a five-game road trip on Friday, January 8 against the New Jersey Devils. To look into their rest of their January schedule, provides secondary market Bruins tickets information, which can be seen below.

1/11/2016 | New York Rangers vs. Boston Bruins | Madison Square Garden | Average Price: $301.76 | Get-in Price: $93 | New York City parking: $10

1/16/2016 | Boston Bruins vs. Toronto Maple Leafs | TD Garden | Average Price: $271.59 | Get-in Price: $102

1/19/2016 | Montreal Canadiens vs. Boston Bruins | Centre Bell | Average Price: $255.87 | Get-in Price: $91

1/23/2016 | Boston Bruins vs. Columbus Blue Jackets | TD Garden | Average Price: $220.08 | Get-in Price: $86

1/21/2016 | Boston Bruins vs. Vancouver Canucks | TD Garden | Average Price: $174.15 | Get-in Price: $72

For Boston fans looking to attend a road game, the most expensive tickets will be against the New York Rangers on January 11 at Madison Square Garden with an average ticket price of just over $300 and a get-in price of $93. The other road game in the top-five most expensive games in January is a rematch with the Canadiens, whom the Bruins fell to in the Winter Classic.

The Bruins most expensive home game is against the Toronto Maple Leafs on January 16th with an average ticket price just over $275 and a get-in price of $102. They have two other home games that made the list against the Columbus Jackets and Vancouver Canucks with average ticket prices of $220.08 and $174.15 respectively. For each Bruins home game, has TD Garden parking starting from $9 to be within a mile of the arena.