According to TiqIQ, Bruins tickets for this game have a current average price of $84.46 on the secondary market with a get-in price of $33. That price is 60% below the season average for home games on the Bruins schedule this year. With ticket prices dropping as the game draws nearer, it is currently the only game in Boston with an average price below $100.
The Minnesota Wild have only played six games so far this season but have just allowed six goals and have the league’s best goal differential at plus-13. After opening the season with back-to-back wins over the Avalanche, the Wild suffered tight back-to-back losses to the Ducks and Kings, respectively. They have since rebounded with dominant wins over the Coyotes and Lightning as the Wild seeks its third straight victory. Minnesota will now prepare for a two-game road trip, taking on the Rangers Monday night at the Garden and then traveling to the TD Garden to take on the Bruins on Tuesday night. After six games, it’s hard to see where the Wild stand among the elite in the Western Conference but Minnesota sure looks to have a strong season and go even deeper into the playoffs following early exits in back-to-back seasons at the hands of the Blackhawks.