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As the days get shorter and winter eeks closer, a recent article on NHL.com reports that more fans than ever are tuning into hockey games this year. TV viewership is up 16% over last year in the US. NHL Chief Operating Officer John Collins says, “Our fans worldwide have proven again and again that they have a voracious appetite for NHL content.”

Interestingly, this corresponds with the demand we recorded at the end of last season during the Stanley Cup, where the NHL surprisingly beat out the NBA in terms of average secondary ticket market prices (see the full analysis here: NHL Stanley Cup Finals Commanding Higher Prices than the NBA Finals).

Curious what all the fuss is about? Here are the top 10 upcoming NHL games in November.

If you live south of the Canadian border, or don’t care about the Maple Leafs enough to shell out a couple benjamins per game, check out the 15 most affordable teams below:

The full list of NHL teams by price updates daily at https://seatgeek.com/hockey-nhl-ticket-prices.

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