The average ticket prices for regular season Detroit Red Wings tickets has remained relatively consistent over the past few year, with the ticket prices averaging under $50. The exception is the 2011-2012 Red Wings season, when the average ticket price was at $72. The following season the average ticket price dropped 89% to $38 to reach the lowest Red Wings average ticket price. The current Red Wings average ticket price for for 2016-2017 season is at $45, which is a 4% increase over the previous season.
(Data updated 11/10/2016)
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Detroit Red Wings Hockey at Joe Louis Arena Address: 19 Steve Yzerman Dr, Detroit, Michigan, 48226
The Red Wings play all their home games at the Joe Louis Arena, located in Detroit, Michigan. Over 20,000 loud cheering fans can be heard when the arena is filled to capacity. Opened in 1979, Joe Louis Arena is one of the oldest arenas in the NHL and has numerous traditions like the "Legend of the Octopus." This is a sports tradition during Red Wings playoff games, in which an octopus is thrown onto the ice surface for good luck. The Detroit Red Wings home bench is on the Joe Louis Arena rink side in front of sections 122 & 123. Joe Louis Arena parking information is covered in our Red Wings event guide.
Red Wings vs. Maple Leafs
These two clubs have met in the playoffs over 20 times, so you know some memorable moments have come in this rivalry. With the Red Wings now moving to the Eastern Conference with the Maple Leafs, this will become a divisional rivalry and will be played much more often, including an upcoming Winter Classic.
Red Wings vs. Blackhawks
From Gordie Howe to Bobby Hull to Steve Yzerman, this rivalry has had some of the greatest players ever involved against each other. Bob Probert and Stu Grimson fought each other 13 times over the years, with both players having played on both franchises! Detroit owns the series edge thus far, but you can be sure it’ll be a hotly contested matchup every time the Wings and Hawks faceoff at center ice.
Detroit Red Wings in the Stanley Cup, Western Conference Championship, and NHL Playoffs
The Detroit Red Wings, who compete in the Western Conference, are one of the original 6 NHL hockey teams. Their 11 Stanley Cup Championships is simply breathtaking and the #24, which represents their Western Conference Championships, defines their success. Their 61 NHL playoff appearances are the 3rd most all time.
2018 Detroit Red Wings Season Preview
The most intriguing player for the Red Wings this year might be their 2017 draft pick, Michael Rasmussen. Taken 9th overall, Rasmussen is a load, standing 6’5 and physical. The guy registered 55 points in a 50 game span in the WHL, and while he needs some work like most young talent, he definitely has a crack at leading the Red Wings at some point in time. Veterans Nicholas Lindstrom, Henrik Zetterberg and Pavel Datsyuk are all gone, so finding the talent to fill these shoes is a challenge that awaits. The net is an area of concern with Jimmy Howard and Petr Mrazek being wildly inconsistent. Dylan Larkin has been hyped as the next great thing in Detroit, who in his own right had a nice 2015-2016 season with 45 points. But he then slumped to just 32 last year. Bottom line, this team needs to move up in goals, a brutal 24th ranking last year. If they can’t do that the young talent will just be that – young. The 2017-2018 Detroit Red Wings schedule is set and TicketCity is the place to go for Detroit Red Wings tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Red Wings at Little Caesars Arena, or supporting Detroit on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Detroit Red Wings tickets, including home and away games.
Detroit Red Wings - 1/19/2017
The Red Wings are currently on a three-game winning streak and are 20-19-6 overall, putting them in 7th place in the Atlantic Division.