The Ducks average ticket price for regular season NHL games has remained very consistent over the past six seasons, with only a slight increase over the past two seasons. The largest increase came during the 2015-2016 season with an increase of 11%, raising the average Anaheim Ducks ticket price from $25 to $28. The average ticket price for the current Anaheim Ducks regular season is at $27, a 4% drop from last year’s ticket price.
How to Buy Anaheim Ducks Tickets
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2018 Ducks Season Preview
Take a wild guess – who’s the west coast version of the Washington Capitals? You guessed it, amazing, the Ducks! Anaheim has snagged a mind-boggling five straight division titles without a trip to the Big Dance. This offseason the Ducks wanted to keep a strong nucleus intact. Prized prospect on defense, Shea Theodore, exited Anaheim in route to Las Vegas so the Ducks could hang on to their top four on the defensive side. Patrick Eaves is back for three years, and backup goaltender Ryan Miller was brought on to give John Gibson some much needed support.A big reason why Anaheim went down against Nashville in the conference finals was lackluster power play. They went just 2 for 8 (11%). You will read headlines claiming that this experience has only made the squad stronger and hungrier. But that doesn’t put Duck’s fans at ease. They want to see a return to the Cup, period. The 2017-2018 Anaheim Ducks schedule is set, and TicketCity is the place to go for Anaheim Ducks tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Ducks at Honda Center, or supporting Anaheim on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Anaheim Ducks tickets, including home and away games.
Anaheim Ducks Hockey at Honda Center Address: 2695 E Katella Ave, Anaheim, California, 92806
The Ducks play all their home games at the Honda Center, located in Anaheim, California. When filled to capacity, the Honda Center holds over 17,000 screaming fans. “The Pond” has held numerous sporting events throughout the years including UFC fights, NCAA basketball tournaments, and WWE events. The Anaheim Ducks home bench is on the Honda Center rink side in front of sections 208-209. Honda Center parking information is covered in our Ducks event guide.
Ducks vs. Sharks
The Ducks came into the NHL in 1993, and it was a natural rivalry between northern and southern California almost right away. They two faced off in first round of the 2009 Stanley Cup Playoffs, where the Ducks won in six games. The Sharks won Game 5 in OT to force it back to Anaheim, but the Ducks put them away in Game 6.
Anaheim Ducks in the Stanley Cup, Western Conference Championship, and NHL Playoffs
Ducks fans will remember one season above the others when it comes to the Stanley Cup Finals, and that 2006-07 campaign ended with a Stanley Cup Championship. Beating the Wild and Canucks early on in the playoffs, the Ducks faced off against the Red Wings in the Western Conference Finals. A six-game series win led to a Finals match up with the Senators, whom they dispensed in Game 5 to win the franchises one and only Stanley Cup.