The Hurricanes average ticket price for regular season NHL games has remained relatively consistent over the past six seasons, with a few small fluctuations. The lowest average Hurricanes ticket price came during the 2013-2014 season, where it was $25. The highest average price for Carolina Hurricanes tickets reached a high during the 2015-2016 season, with an average price of $40 per ticket. The current 2016-2017 Hurricanes average ticket price is at $35, which is a decrease of 14% compared to the previous season.
(Data updated 11/10/2016)
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2018 Hurricanes Season Preview
If you’re a Hurricane fan you probably remember the names Ray Whitney and Eric Staal well. However, let’s say you’re 14 years old. In that case those names were relevant when you were 6, because that’s the last time a team with those two gentlemen reached an Eastern Conference Finals with Carolina. General Manager Ron Francis has had a tough road trying to land that star player like an Auston Matthews or Connor McDavid to get the Canes back on track. That’s sort of what you need in the NHL, although he has done a decent job putting in place some core talent with players like Jeff Skinner, Noah Hanifin and Sebastian Aho. Yet this summer is where Francis and company really got things moving. Scott Darling was added in goal, a player that should be a clear upgrade on the roster. Eddie Lack and Cam Ward were charged with goalie duties last year and with those two Carolina finished 26th in 5-on-5 goals allowed. The Hurricanes also added center Marcus Kruger and winger Justin Williams to a great group of young forwards. Most analysts have pegged Carolina’s summer as one of the best in the league. Let’s see if it pans out. The 2017-2018 Carolina Hurricanes schedule is set and TicketCity is the place to go for Carolina Hurricanes tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Hurricanes at PNC Arena, or supporting Carolina on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Carolina Hurricanes tickets, including home and away games.
Carolina Hurricanes Hockey at PNC Arena Address: 1400 Edwards Mill Rd, Raleigh, North Carolina, 27607
The Hurricanes play all their home games at PNC Arena, located in Raleigh, North Carolina. When filled to capacity, PNC Arena sits over 18,500 screaming fans. Along with hosting the Hurricanes, PNC Arena is the home for all NC State Wolfpack men’s basketball team. PNC Arena also hosts many entertainment acts throughout the year. The Carolina Hurricanes home bench is on the PNC Arena rink side in front of sections 104 & 105. PNC Arena parking information is covered in our Hurricanes event guide.
Hurricanes vs. Panthers
Hockey in the southeast got a later start then the rest of the NHL, but these two geographical rivals have had some exciting games over the years. The Canes and Panthers became rivals in the late 90s when they finally were in the same division. They’ve been moved again since the 2013 realignment, but it looks like the rivalry will continue on.
Carolina Hurricanes in the Stanley Cup, Eastern Conference Championship, and NHL Playoffs
After struggling in Hartford the Whalers moved to Carolina in 1997 and were greeted with some immediate success winning the 2006 Stanley Cup. Along with two impressive Western Conference Championships the Hurricanes own five playoff appearances.
Carolina Hurricanes - 12/14/2016
The Carolina Hurricanes were behind three goals after two periods in their most recent game against the Canucks, however they were able to make a comeback and win the game 8-6.
Carolina Hurricanes - 11/30/2016
The Hurricanes are trailing behind this season as they are in second to last place in the Metropolitan Division. The team currently has a 9-9-4 record.