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Rangers playoff tickets at Madison Square Garden tops in NHL on resale market

The New York Rangers bench celebrates a second

The New York Rangers bench celebrates a second period goal scored against the Montreal Canadiens by Rick Nash during game four of the Eastern Conference Quarter Finals at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday, April 18, 2017 in New York City. Credit: Jim McIsaac

Despite the Rangers’ 2-0 series deficit to the Senators, tickets for their three potential home games in the Eastern Conference semifinal remain the most expensive of the eight remaining teams in the Stanley Cup playoffs.

Asking prices for Games 3, 4 and 6 at Madison Square Garden averaged $689 as of Monday afternoon, according to, which monitors a number of resale sites.

Game 3 tickets were averaging $601, Game 4 $579 and Game 6 $795.

Edmonton was a distant second in overall average price for the second round, at $479.

Still, asking prices for the Rangers have slipped since earlier in the series, and now are behind those for the last time the team reached the second round – against the Capitals in 2015.

The least expensive ticket for the games at the Garden was $188, down 21 percent compared to four days earlier and roughly in line with the lowest prices for the conference semifinals in 2013 and 2014.

New York Sports