The Arizona Coyotes missed the postseason for the third straight season, and did it in ugly fashion, finishing in last place with 56 total points. Because of their poor record, the Coyotes drafted third overall in the 2015 NHL Draft and selected center Dylan Strome out of Canada to try and help turn the franchise’s fortunes around.
Along with the NHL Draft, the NHL schedule was released last week to bring hockey to the forefront for a brief period of time until camps begin. With information provided by TiqIQ.com, below are the most expensive Arizona Coyotes tickets on the secondary market for the upcoming season. It should be noted that the get-in prices are the most realistic number to concentrate on, as there is a lot of fluctuation in pricing between now and the start of games in a few months.
Most Expensive: 4/7/2016 | Nashville Predators vs. Arizona Coyotes | Bridgestone Arena | Average Price: $422.24 | Get-in Price: $362
Visiting the Music City while taking in a hockey game isn’t a bad destination vacation idea in April. Reserve hotels in Nashville starting from $59 from Hipmunk.com to make it happen. Nashville is one of the top emerging teams in the NHL after they broke their playoff drought this past season. The Arizona Coyotes can take a page out of Nashville’s playbook as they went from 16 wins in 2012-13 to a playoff appearance in 2014-15.
10/26/2015 | Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Arizona Coyotes | Air Canada Centre | Average Price: $409.85 | Get-in Price: $161
Toronto Maple Leafs tickets are high on every team’s secondary market list. The price of this game will most likely be around the $160-range as the game approaches late-October. At any rate, the Air Canada Centre has some of the most passionate fans in the sport, making it difficult for opposing teams to go in and win. At the same time, there’s always an enjoyable atmosphere, even when attending as a fan of the visiting team.
4/5/2016 | Chicago Blackhawks vs. Arizona Coyotes | United Center | Average Price: $279.89 | Get-in Price: $92
The Coyotes will know what they have in Strome when he performs in some of the toughest arenas and situations possible. Playing on the road at the United Center against the defending Stanley Cup Champions certainly qualifies as such. Hipmunk can get Coyotes fans to the United Center with flights to Chicago to see their star grow from the beginning.