The Chicago Blackhawks have been among the top teams in the NHL for a few seasons and that has continued into 2014-15. With the prolonged success of the team, Blackhawks tickets have been able to draw high secondary market prices at home and on the road. That will be apparent with the next group of games Chicago will play this weekend. The Blackhawks will play a back-to-back with one game on the road and one game at the United Center.
On Saturday the 25th, the Blues host the Chicago Blackhawks at the Scottrade Center. The Blackhawks knocked the Blues out of the first round of the playoffs last spring in a tightly contested six-game series. Jonathan Toews and Duncan Keith each had seven points in the six game series, while Kevin Shattenkirk led the Blues with 5 points and Vladimir Tarasenko had four goals in the series. According to Razorgator, Blues vs Blackhawks tickets for the rematch average $136.26 on the secondary market, with $60 getting you in the door.
Sunday night sees the Eastern Conference Senators make their first and only visit to Chicago this season. Despite trading away their captain in Jason Spezza in the off-season and having little expectations going into the season, the Senators have also started their season successfully. Led by one of the more exciting players in the league, Captain Erik Karlsson, the Senators are looking to prove they belong where they are. Blackhawks vs Senators tickets have an average price of $145.17 on the secondary market, 47% lower than the Hawks’ season average price.