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.
How to Buy Boston Bruins Tickets
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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.
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.