The Blackhawks average ticket price for regular season NHL games has remained relatively consistent over the past six seasons, with only a few small fluctuations. The highest average price for Blackhawks tickets came during the 2015-2016 season, where the average price was $131 per ticket. The current 2016-2017 Chicago Blackhawks season currently has the lowest average ticket price of $119 per ticket, which is a 10% decrease from the previous season.
(Data updated 11/10/2016)
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2017 Blackhawks Season Preview
The 2016-2017 Chicago Blackhawks schedule is set and the Blackhawks are looking to be playoff contenders once again. The Blackhawks finished the 2015-2016 season 3rd in the Central Division and Western Conference. They made it to the first round round the Western Conference playoffs, but lost to the St. Louis Blues in game seven. The Blackhawks have lost Dale Weise and Andrew Ladd to free agency, however they have gained Brian Campbell from Florida Panthers, Sam Carrick from Toronto Maple Leafs, and Jordin Tootoo from New Jersey Devils. TicketCity is the place to go for Chicago Blackhawks tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Blackhawks at United Center, or supporting Chicago on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Chicago Blackhawks tickets, including home and away games.
Chicago Blackhawks Hockey at United Center Address: 1901 W Madison St, Chicago, Illinois, 60612
The Blackhawks play their home games at the United Center, located in Chicago, Illinois. After 65 seasons in the historic Chicago Stadium, the Blackhawks moved to the United Center for the start of the 1994-1995 season. During their inaugural season in the United Center, Chicago became the first team to average over 20,000 fans for one season. Between the state-of-the-art amenities and the strong fan support, the United Center always features the ultimate fan entertainment. The Chicago Blackhawks home bench is on the United Center rink side in front of section 101. United Center parking information is covered in our Blackhawks event guide.
Blackhawks vs. Red Wings
Playing each other since both clubs had their inaugural seasons in 1926, the Blackhawks and Redwings have faced off in the regular season more times than any two teams in NHL history. Detroit holds the all-time advantage, but the Blackhawks have become the team to beat in recent years – culminating in two Stanley Cup victories in 2010 and 2013. As part of the original six, the rivalry will only continue to grow as these two great hockey cities battle over the years to come.
Blackhawks vs. Canucks
These two hockey titans met each other three times in a row recently in the playoffs, helping spark a rivalry that spills into the stands just as much is it hangs over every player’s head on the ice. The Blackhawks rebuilt the club with young players in the 2000s, culminating in a berth in the second round of the 2009 playoffs where they came back from a 1-2 deficit to beat the Canucks and secure a berth in the West Conference finals. The rivalry will only heat up as both clubs continue to dominate in the conference.
Chicago Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup, Western Conference Championship, and NHL Playoffs
Members of the original six, the Chicago Blackhawks have won an incredible four Stanley Cups dating back to 1926. With three regular season Western Conference Championships and 58 playoff appearances, the Chicago Blackhawks are NHL royalty.
2015 Chicago Blackhawks Season Preview
The Chicago Blackhawks had a dream season a year ago, pounding their way to a 3rd Stanley Cup title in only 6 years. The win put this Blackhawks team in the category of a dynasty, something that the team will try and cement in 2015. The Blackhawks have yet to win back to back titles during their historic run, and will turn to a familiar group of veterans to get them back to the finals. Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane will be the focal points for the Hawks, and Corey Crawford remains the everyday goaltender. The biggest loss from last season’s Stanley Cup team is Patrick Sharp, who will be replaced by proven defenseman Trevor Daley. It is hard to imagine the 2015 Chicago Blackhawks falling out of the playoff hunt, and the team should remain among the elite teams in the NHL. Looks for the 2015 Blackhawks to pick up right where they left off, and be a dangerous team in the NHL Playoffs.
2014 Chicago Blackhawks Season Preview
The Chicago Blackhawks followed up their 2013 Stanley Cup Championship season by winning 46 games and finished an overtime goal away from reaching a 2nd straight Stanley Cup Final. The Western Conference finals series against the LA Kings went to 7 games, had 2 overtime games and 4 games decided by 1 goal. In 2014-15, Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews and co. will look to take that final step and make it back to the NHL Finals. They will be without key players Jason LaBarber, and Brandon Bollig who departed the team in the offseason. But look for new arrivals Michael Leighton, and Kyle Cumiskey to step and make an impact right away. The Blackhawks should have one of NHL’s elite defenses led by Duncan Keith and Brent Seabrook. The NHL Central Division should remain one of the toughest in the NHL, but the Chicago Blackhawks should have no trouble making another postseason appearance. Expect another banner year for the Blackhawks and for their rivalry with the LA Kings to continue to grow.
2013 Chicago Blackhawks Season Preview
The Chicago Blackhawks proved to the best team in the NHL, winning the Stanley Cup in 2013 after being the best team in the Western Conference all season long. It was an epic Game 6 comeback over the Bruins that sealed the championship, and we’ll now see if the Blackhawks can repeat as title holders in the 2013-14 Season. Nikolai Khabibulin was brought in to replace Ray Emery after the keeper bolted to play in Philadelphia, but other than that Chicago didn’t make a lot of offseason moves. Why mess with success? The Blackhawks have a lot to do before the big break in the middle of the season for the Winter Olympics, including a four game homestand at the United Center in January that includes the Avalanche, who are off to a hot start. They’ll welcome in the Ducks a few days later, then a rematch against the Boston Bruins on January 19th.
Chicago Blackhawks - 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.
Chicago Blackhawks - 12/14/2016
The Blackhawks are currently first in the Central Division with a 19-8-4 overall record. The team is currently on a two-game winning streak and has won four out of their last seven games.
Chicago Blackhawks - 11/30/2016
The Blackhawks are currently 1st in the Central Division, and they most recently defeated the Panthers 2-1 in a shootout.