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The Bruins average ticket price for regular season NHL games has fluctuated slightly over the past six seasons. The highest Boston Bruins average ticket price came during the 2011-2012 season, at $142 per ticket. The current 2016-2017 season currently holds the lowest average ticket price over the past six years, at $97 per ticket, which is a 19% decrease compared to the 2015-2016 season average ticket price of $115.

Boston Bruins Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 11/10/2016)

How to Buy Boston Bruins Tickets

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2017 Bruins Season Preview

The 2016-2017 Boston Bruins schedule is set and the Bruins are hoping to reach the playoffs again after missing them for the second straight season. Despite the Bruins failing to reach the playoffs, they had a very successful season where they were able to reach a franchise achievement of 3,000 total wins. The Bruins finished 4th in the Atlantic Division and 9th in the Eastern Conference. One of the biggest free agent acquisitions the Bruins have gotten in the off-season is David Backes from the St. Louis Blues, who signed a 5 year contract with the Bruins. TicketCity is the place to go for Boston Bruins tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Bruins at TD Garden, or supporting Boston on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Boston Bruins tickets, including home and away games.

Boston Bruins Hockey at TD Garden

Address: 100 Legends Way, Boston, Massachusetts, 02114

The Bruins play their home games at the TD Garden, located in Boston, Massachusetts. When filled to capacity, the Garden holds over 19,500 jubilant fans. Home of the Boston Celtics and host of many concerts and other renowned sporting events, over 3.5 million spectators walk through the gates of TD Garden every year. The Boston Bruins home bench is on the TD Garden rink side in front of sections 1 & 22. TD Garden parking information is covered in our Bruins event guide.

TD Garden Seating Chart

Boston Bruins Rivals

Bruins vs. Canadiens

Known as one of the greatest rivalries in all of sports, the Bruins and Canadiens are two of the truly great franchises in hockey history. They’ve played each other over 850 times since their first match up in 1924, and while the Canadiens have the edge, it’s always a hard-fought battle no matter whether they’re at the TD Garden or the Bell Centre.

Bruins vs. Flyers

If you’ve been watching recently, this rivalry needs no explanation – these teams just flat out don’t like each other. There have been punches thrown and blood spilled as recently as 2013, and the fans disdain for each other is clear as well. The rivalry that started in the 70s is just as fierce today between Boston and Philadelphia.

Bruins vs. Maple Leafs

It’s an “original six rivalry,” meaning these are two of the six teams that began the NHL way back in the 1920s. The Bruins lead the all-time series by a slight margin but the Maple Leafs are always looking for wins against the Boston club. The Phil Kessel trade between the two teams in 2009 was a shock and the all-star has scored multiple times against his old Boston team in the games they’ve played since.

Boston Bruins in the Stanley Cup, Eastern Conference Championship, and NHL Playoffs

As members of the original six the Boston Bruins have collected 6 Stanley Cups championships, coming in at 4th most in NHL history while appearing in 15 Eastern Conference Championships. The “boys of Bean” town are no strangers to the NHL Playoffs, having reached postseason play an astonishing 68 times. No team is more decorated than the Boston Bruins.

Boston Bruins Event Guide

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What time do gates open prior to a Bruins game?

Doors open to the general public 1-hour before the puck drops. We recommend wearing as much black and gold as possible and getting there early to enjoy what will be one of the highest energy sporting events you will experience.

How can I buy cheap Boston Bruins tickets?

TicketCity offers a big selection of Boston Bruins hockey tickets which include some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Bruins tickets fluctuate based on demand and opponent. Marquee Eastern Conference opponents, like the New York Rangers, Washington Senators and Montreal Canadiens, can drive up home game prices. While cheap tickets are more plentiful for, non-conference or non-divisional opponents. Those games may offer best opportunity to purchase Boston Bruins tickets near face value.

Where are good places to eat before a Bruins game?

We recommend trying to spend pre-game eating and getting hyped with other Bruins fans. Vito’s Tavern, Porter’s Bar and Grill, or West End Johnnies are usually full of plenty of Boston sports fans. If you are looking for the quintessential sports bar experience try The Four’s. It has been rated one of the best sports bars in the country and will definitely hook you up with other Bruins fans. No Boston food guide is complete without some classic New England dining options. There are dozens of great places, but we like Warren Tavern, Mass Ave Tavern, or Café Fleuri.

Where can I find the 2017-2018 Boston Bruins hockey schedule?

The Bruins 2017-2018 hockey schedule is listed as soon as it is announced by the NHL. The Bruins plays in the Atlantic Division, which means games against the Toronto Maple Leafs, Tampa Bay Lightning, Detroit Red Wings, Montreal Canadiens, Ottawa Senators, Florida Panthers, and Buffalo Sabres. Game times are announced by the NHL as soon as the TV schedule is set. Boston Bruins home opener is typically one of the most popular games. If you are looking for Bruins news or scores, then visit our partners at CBS Sports. They are also a good source for the official Boston Bruins team roster.

Where is the best place to park at TD Bank Garden?

The Bruins have an incredibly passionate fan-base. This means that game days at TD Gardens are always packed. While that gives the games an unforgettable environment, it also makes parking tricky. Both the rail and bus lines drop off close to the arena and are filled with Bruins fans. Purchasing a parking pass with your ticket allows you to park underneath or next to the arena and spend more time enjoying the experience and less time trying to find a parking spot. Parking garages nearby are between $10 and $38, but they fill up quick, so be prepared.

Can I buy Boston Bruins hockey season tickets?

Boston Bruins season tickets are available to buy until kickoff of their home opener. Check our listings above or call us if you would like to purchase Boston Bruins season tickets. Let us know if you want a particular section at TD Bank Garden.

Does my child need a ticket to go to a Bruins game?

Any child under the age of 2 will be allowed to enter the arena without a ticket and can sit on a guardians lap for the duration of the game. If your child is 2 years old or older they will need a ticket and their own seat. We recommend bringing proof of your child’s age to the door to ensure they are allowed to enter the arena.

Boston Bruins Preview History

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2015 Boston Bruins Season Preview

A season after winning the Presidents’ Trophy, the Boston Bruins stumbled, finishing with two points out of the Eastern Conference playoffs. The disappointment may prove to be beneficial to the 2015-16 Bruins. Boston may have been victims of their own success, with the core group of Boston veterans playing deep into 8 straight post season runs. The extra rest has the Boston Bruins recovered and ready to make a run at another Stanley Cup finals. The biggest question mark for the Bruins entering the 2015 season will be how they weather the loss of forward Milan Lucic. Boston brought in Matt Beleskey and Jimmey Hayes to replace the departing Lucic, and retain goaltender Tuukka Rask and captain Patrice Bergeron. Look for the 2015-16 Boston Bruins to return to the Stanley Cup Playoffs and to be one of the best teams in the NHL once again.

2014 Boston Bruins Season Preview

The Boston Bruins had a bittersweet season in 2013. The Bruins followed up their 2013 Eastern Conference Championship with 54 wins, the Atlantic Division championship and the President’s Trophy. But the Bruins campaign to return to the Stanley Cup finals was thwarted in the Eastern Conference Semifinals where Boston lost a 3-2 series lead to the Montreal Canadiens and gave up the series in 7 games.

Going into the 2014-2015 season, the Boston Bruins look to be as dangerous as ever. They were the consensus Eastern Conference favorites a year ago and return as one of the top contenders again this season. Vezina Trophy winning goalie Tuukka Rask returns and should remain among the elite goaltenders in the NHL. He will have plenty of help from Patrice Bergeron, Milan Lucic, and Carl Soderberg. Gone from last year’s Boston Bruins team is veteran Jarome Iginla, but look for first round draft pick David Pastrnak to be a speedy asset to the veteran Bruins. With the talent and recent success that the Boston Bruins have had, anything short of a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals will seem like a disappointment to Bruins fans. Look for Boston to be in the thick of the race at the end of the season.

2013 Boston Bruins Season Preview

The team that fell just short of a Stanley Cup Championships will make another run at it in the 2013-14 Season, and they’ll have some added firepower to do just that. Louie Eriksson and Jarome Iginla will come in to try to spur another deep run in the postseason, while Tyler Seguin was shipped to Dallas in a seven-player deal that brought in Eriksson. Defense will be key this season, and the Bruins will count on Matt Bartkowski and Torey Krug to lead the team when shorthanded. The Bruins have big home games at TD Garden early on in the season against the Penguins on Nov. 25, vs. the New York Rangers on Nov. 29, and vs. the Senators on Dec. 27. The first time they’ll look for Stanley Cup revenge at home will be on March 27 when the Blackhawks come into Boston.

2012 Boston Bruins Season Preview

For the upcoming 2011-12 season, the Bruins have plenty to look forward to. A number of veterans will be returning to the ice for the Bs, including Patrice Bergeron and Tim Thomas. However, Boston will be faced with the challenging task of protecting the title as the Stanley Cup Champions of last season.

2011 Boston Bruins Season Preview

The Boston Bruins came excruciatingly close to a trip to the Eastern Conference Finals last season, but they blew a 3-0 series lead to the Philadelphia Flyers and ultimately left fans aching for the team's first trip to the Stanley Cup Finals since 1990. Much of the team is back this year, and the Bruins faithful will be looking for them to take the next step. One of the biggest issues for the Bruins last season was injuries. Milan Lucic, Patrice Bergeron and Marc Savard all missed significant time. Health will be a point of emphasis for Boston this year, and if their best players can stay on the ice there is no reason that they won't return to the playoffs. The offense struggled a year ago, and Marco Sturm provided the bulk of the scoring. However, he should be joined by more scoring threats this year depending on the return of Bergeron and Lucic. Defensively the Bruins should be strong, as Tuukka Rask emerged as one of the NHL's leading goalies down the stretch. While defensemen Dennis Widerman was traded during the offseason, the Bruins still have verteran Zdeno Chara to anchor the back line and provide some leadership.

2010 Boston Bruins Season Preview

The Boston Bruins are one of the teams to watch heading into the 2009-2010 NHL season. The Bruins finished last year as one of the best teams in hockey; Boston finished the regular season with the most wins in the Eastern Conference and barely lost a close series in the playoffs to the Carolina Hurricanes. Bruins Head Coach Claude Julien brings back a solid defense led by goalie Tim Thomas and defenseman Zdeno Chara, who is also team captain. Expect Boston to make another deep run into this year and possibly play in the 2010 Stanley Cup Finals.

Boston Bruins News

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Boston Bruins - 1/19/2017

The Bruins are currently 23-19-6 overall. They have only won 3 out of their last seven games and are currently 2nd in the Atlantic Division.

Boston Bruins - 12/14/2016

The Boston Bruins have won only three out of their last seven games and are currently 3rd in the Atlantic Division with an overall record of 16-12-3.

Boston Bruins - 11/30/2016

The Bruins are having a rough first half of the season when it comes to injuries. After losing their captain Zdeno Chara, they have now lost Don Sweeney due to a concussion. It is unsure when Sweeney will return.

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