Get ready Beantown! Boston Bruins tickets are now on sale! From Bobby Orr to Ray Bourque to Cam Neely, the Bruins have always had big names skating on the ice. Now is your chance to see the historic Bruins live as they continue their playoff and Stanley Cup run in 2014. Catch all the hard-hitting action at TD Garden — one of the premiere venues in the NHL. Buy your Boston Bruins tickets from Razorgator today.
Learn more about our 100% Guarantee »
Boston Bruins 2014 News and Updates
3/12/14 - The Boston Bruins will cross the border today to play the Montreal Canadiens tonight at the Belle Centre. The Bruins have struggled against the Habs in their last few meetings but hope to change that as they have been on a tear racking up 22 goals in their last few games.
3/11/14 - The Boston Bruins enjoyed a nice day of rest yesterday after playing, and winning, two games back to back in Florida over the weekend against the Tampa Bay Lightning and Florida Panthers respectively. The B’s will have yet another day off today as they will be preparing for an Original Six showdown tomorrow night in Montreal against the Canadiens.
3/10/14 - This was one of the better weekends for the Boston Bruins as they were able to win both of their road games in Florida. On Saturday the Bruins were led by Reilly Smith who led them to victory against the Tampa Bay Lightning by scoring the only goal of the shootout in the seventh round while the following day the Bruins beat up on the Florida Panthers beating them 5-2 on Sunday.
3/6/14 - The Boston Bruins were able to enjoy a nice day of rest yesterday and will hopefully be fully prepared for today’s game with the Washington Capitals. In his last game David Krejci scored a hat trick against the Florida Panthers and will look to do the same tonight when his team takes the ice in the TD Garden.
3/5/14 - The Boston Bruins were able to win another game yesterday to give themselves 83 points on the season, good enough for first in the Atlantic Division and second most in the entire Eastern Conference. The Bruins handedly dispatched the Florida Panthers last night scoring early and often, and headed into the final period up 3 to nil before each team scored a goal in the 3rd.
3/4/14 - The Boston Bruins lead the Atlantic Division this season and last night were able to win a very tough road game against the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden, winning by a score of 6-2. The Bruins were able to dominate every facet of the game and now will have the night off before hosting the Florida Panthers Wednesday night.
3/3/14 - The Bruins visited Madison Square Garden on Sunday for a matchup with conference rival New York and were able to depart with two points after a rousing 6-3 win. J.T. Miller started the scoring for the Rangers, but the bruins would score three unanswered with goals by Jarome Iginla, Dougie Hamilton, and Carl Soderberg. Brad Richards would add another goal before the end of the second, but Gregory Campbell scored twice in the third to give the Bruins an insurmountable lead. Ryan McDonagh and Milan Lucic would add goals to cap the scoring at 6-3.
2/25/14 – Following the Bruins return to TD Garden, the Bruins’ three biggest games based on average ticket prices are: Boston Bruins vs. Chicago Blackhawks (avg. $256), Boston Bruins vs. Philadelphia Flyers (avg. $250), and Boston Bruins vs. Carolina Hurricanes (avg. $230). The defending champs will visit Boston Mar 27 in an East vs. West showdown; the last time the two teams met, the Blackhawks got the win in a 3-2 SO. The Bruins will play 17 games in March, and will follow up the Original Six meeting with a four game road trip. The B’s enter the final stretch (25 games) with a seven-point lead in the Atlantic Division and will likely take the division title in 2014.
2/18/14 – The Bruins have five players in Sochi - Zdeno Chara, Patrice Bergeron, David Krejci, Tuukka Rask and Loui Eriksson. Before the break, Boston finished 8-1-2 in the last 11 games, including a 7-2 drowning of the Ottawa Senators. The Bruins resume play Feb 26 in Buffalo before returning to Boston Mar 1 against the Capitals. Boston Bruin tickets in the home stretch are averaging $215; the first game back after the Olympics is the most expensive as Bruins tickets are averaging $259.
2/3/14 – The Bruins are anxiously awaiting the Canucks arrival in Boston as the two 2011 Stanley Cup Final opponents look to renew their rivalry. With both team’s rosters made up of members from the 2011 squads, and Vancouver defeating Boston in their last two meetings, it’s obvious why this highly anticipated matchup is averaging $126 at TD Garden. Will the intensity of the game lead to fights, ejections, and ultimate hatred against one another? Flashback to Jan 7, 2012, the first regular-season game following the Bruins first Stanley Cup Championship in 39 years, and you’ll recall just that. Return to the Garden Saturday when the Sens take the ice against the Bruins for a pricier $233 average, $125 get-in.
1/29/14 – The current Atlantic Division leaders have won four straight including a convincing win over the Panthers last night. With four of their next five games at home, Bruins fans will get the chance to see forward Chris Kelly back on the ice after missing 22 games with a broken right fibula. Get-in the door for about $30 during the upcoming home stretch. The average price of Boston Bruins tickets continues to go down, falling 21% since the start of the season and 17% since the start of 2014.
2/25/13 - Boston completed an impressive sweep of Sidney Crosby's Pittsburgh Penguins in the Eastern Conference Finals on Friday night and advances to play the winner of the Blackhawks/Kings series in the Stanley Cup Finals. The Bruins will have home-ice advantage at TD Garden if it's LA, but not Chicago. Bruins Stanley Cup tickets to the first home game in Boston (date TBD) start at $449, and you'll find more 2013 Stanley Cup price trends on our tickets blog.
Boston Bruins 2013-2014 Season
After finishing the 2012-13 season just two wins away from winning their second Stanley Cup in three years, the Bruins look to return to the Stanley Cup Finals again in 2014. After trading promising, but frustrating centre Tyler Seguin this offseason, the Bruins acquired 6-time NHL All-Star Jerome Iginla. Average price for a game at TD Garden this coming season is now $223. The Bruins will look for revenge against the Chicago Blackhawks
at home on 3/27 in their most expensive game of the season, averaging $307.
With a shortened season, it becomes important for a team to get out of the blocks fast, and the Boston Bruins have done just that, moving to the top of the Northeast Division. The Bruins, who recently traded former Conn Smythe and Vezina Trophy winner Tim Thomas to the
New York Islanders, have not missed his presence in the net one bit, as Tuukka Rask has stepped up as the team's lead goaltender. Rask currently is among the NHL's top ten in goals-against average and just outside the top ten in save percentage. All of this contributes to a penalty-kill that is tops in the league, and an overall goals-against average that is also top ten leaguewide, with defenseman Zdeno Chara, who is also the team's workhorse with the greatest average time per game on the ice. On the offensive side of the ice, center David Krejci leads the way with 10 points (3 goals, 7 assists), while winger Brad Marchand has the team lead in goals scored. So far the Bruins have enjoyed success both at home at the TD Garden as well as on the road; it remains to be seen if they can keep up the hot pace.
Boston Bruins tickets at TD Garden in Boston average $152, with cheap Bruins tickets from $48 in the Balcony 300s. Bruins hockey tickets for away games average 21% less per ticket, and the Bruins continue to be one of the ten most demanded NHL tickets on the road. In March, the Boston Bruins schedule features home games versus the Montreal Canadiens (3/3, 3/27), Toronto Maple Leafs (3/7, 3/25),
Philadelphia Flyers (3/9) and Washington Capitals (3/16).