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Rangers-Lightning Game 7 tickets top $1,000 on secondary market

J.T. Miller #10 of the New York Rangers

J.T. Miller #10 of the New York Rangers celebrates after scoring a goal against Ben Bishop #30 of the Tampa Bay Lightning during the third period in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals during the 2015 NHL Stanley Cup playoffs at Amalie Arena on May 26, 2015 in Tampa, Fla. Credit: Getty Images / Mike Carlson

The Rangers never have lost a Game 7 at home, and fans seem intent on being there for their latest potential victory tomorrow night against the Lightning in the Eastern Conference finals.

As of yesterday morning, asking prices on the secondary market were averaging $1,528.26, and actual sales prices were averaging $1,012.14, according to, which monitors resale ticket sites.

The lowest asking price was $792.

Those prices are far higher than for other conference finals Game 7s in recent years. The average for the Lightning at the Bruins in 2011 was $484.29.

The average for Kings at Blackhawks last year was $718.57.

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