Secondary Market Get-in Price Of $38 For Critical Devils Game Against Penguins

It is unlikely that the New Jersey Devils will put together a run to challenge for the top spot in the Metropolitan Division in the Eastern Conference, but as the NHL schedule nears the midpoint of the season, it seems they’ll be entrenched in the five-team battle for spots two through four.

Through 41 games, the Devils (20-16-5) have 45 points and sit it fourth place even though they are tied for the division low in goals scored. They’re fending off the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers who the Devils lead by two points and four points respectively. The New York Rangers are ahead of the Devils by three points, the New York Islanders by four points and the Washington Capitals will probably be out of reach by season’s end, but currently lead by 18 points.

The beginning of the Devils’ January schedule brought some of the toughest competition in the league, as they grabbed a win against the Dallas Stars and lost to the Detroit Red Wings and Montreal Canadiens. With information for secondary market Devils tickets provided by, below is a look into the rest of their January slate.

1/10/2016 | Minnesota Wild vs. New Jersey Devils | Xcel Energy Center | Average Price: $138.21 | Get-in Price: $68

1/8/2016 | New Jersey Devils vs. Boston Bruins | Prudential Center | Average Price: $135.79 | Get-in Price: $65 | Prudential Center parking: $8

1/23/2016 | Winnipeg Jets vs. New Jersey Devils | MTS Centre | Average Price: $111.19 | Get-in Price: $71

1/26/2016 | Pittsburgh Penguins vs. New Jersey Devils | Consol Energy Center | Average Price: $100.18 | Get-in Price: $38

1/14/2016 | Colorado Avalanche vs. New Jersey Devils | Pepsi Center | Average Price: $85.32 | Get-in Price: $22

The most expensive Devils game on the secondary market remaining in January is against the Minnesota Wild on the road on January 10th with an average ticket price of $138.21 and a get-in price of $68. The Devils only have one home game on the list, which is on Friday, January 8th against the Boston Bruins.

The most accessible road game, which also carries the most importance, is against the Penguins on January 26th. With a get-in price of $38, Devils fans can create a road trip to see one of their most important games of the month. For those going, Consol Energy Center parking on starts from $5 to make entering and exiting the arena as easy as possible.