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Rangers playoff tickets are high flyers

Montreal Canadiens' Travis Moen, left, celebrates a goal

Montreal Canadiens' Travis Moen, left, celebrates a goal by teammate Andrei Kostitsyn (not shown) as New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lunqvist, right, looks on during the first period of an NHL hockey game in Montreal. (Jan. 15, 2011) Credit: AP

Tickets to the Flyers-Rangers series are averaging higher asking prices than those of any other first-round NHL playoff matchup, according to the secondary market site aggregator TiqIQ.com.

As of Monday, the average for the series was $292.24 – boosted by a whopping $429.50 for games at the Garden. Game 1 Thursday was averaging $337.66, with a low of $161.

The least expensive average price for any series: $146.01 for Ducks vs. Stars.

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