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Last week, we looked at our ticket data to see how the Bruins’ 8-1 Game 3 win affected ticket prices for Game 4. The Bruins went on to rout the Canucks again, beating them 4-0.

Despite the fact that they’d outscored the Canucks 12-1 while playing in Boston’s TD Garden, they’ve lost all three of their games in Vancouver by one-goal margins. Game 5 was eerily similar to Game 1 as both teams were in a scoreless deadlock for most of the game until Maxim Lapierre scored in the third period. The Canucks were able to hold on and secured a 3-2 series lead:

The series shifted back to Boston for Game 6 where the odd trend remained the same: Roberto Luongo allowed three goals in a three-minute span in the first period, resulting in a 5-2 Boston win. The Bruins have now outscored the Canucks 17-3 in Boston.

Our data for Game 7 ticket prices screams one thing (that everyone already knows): Vancouver is hungry for a Cup. Very hungry.

As you can see, the average list price for Game 7 tickets is a whopping $8,688. This includes suites so the data is skewed upwards, but the most expensive seat we’ve found is going for $13,173 in section 118 of Rogers Arena. Excluding suites, the average list price is $4989.35. If you’re looking to bang on the glass, a ticket in section 112 row 1 will run you $6,156.

According to our Deal Score system, the best value you’ll find for Game 7 is in section 112 for $3,110. The lowest price we’ve found is $2,250 in section 301. It’s a lot of money, but Canucks fans are salivating for Canada’s first Stanley Cup since 1993.

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