Boston Bruins Tickets

Boston Bruins Tickets



Preseason: Boston Bruins at Washington Capitals
5:00 PMCapital One Arena
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Boston Bruins at Washington Capitals
12:30 PMCapital One Arena
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All Bruins Games



Preseason: New York Rangers at Boston Bruins
5:00 PMTD Garden
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Preseason: Washington Capitals at Boston Bruins
7:00 PMTD Garden
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Preseason: Boston Bruins at New York Rangers
7:00 PMMadison Square Garden
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Preseason: Boston Bruins at Philadelphia Flyers
7:00 PMWells Fargo Center
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Preseason: Philadelphia Flyers at Boston Bruins
7:00 PMTD Garden
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Preseason: Boston Bruins at Los Angeles Kings
7:00 PMCentre Videotron
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Preseason: Boston Bruins at Washington Capitals
5:00 PMCapital One Arena
FROM $38+


Boston Bruins at Florida Panthers
7:00 PMAmerant Bank Arena
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Montreal Canadiens at Boston Bruins
7:00 PMTD Garden
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Los Angeles Kings at Boston Bruins
1:00 PMTD Garden
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Florida Panthers at Boston Bruins
1:00 PMTD Garden
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Boston Bruins at Colorado Avalanche
7:30 PMBall Arena
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Boston Bruins at Utah Hockey Club
7:00 PMDelta Center
FROM $152+


Boston Bruins at Nashville Predators
7:30 PMBridgestone Arena
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Dallas Stars at Boston Bruins
7:00 PMTD Garden
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About the Boston Bruins

Boston Bruins Tickets

One of the Original Six, the Boston Bruins have one hell of a history that dates back to 1924 — nearly an entire century. Each of the NHL’s original teams has their own amazing story to tell, but the staggering legacy of the Bruins is enough to humble even the most passionate hockey fans.


A Winning History, and a History of Winners

In the quarter of a century between 1942 and 1967 — known as the era of the Original Six — the Bruins brought the Stanley Cup home three times. More than a few old-time legends played for Boston during this time, including NHL greats like Dit Clapper, Eddie Shore, and Bobby Bauer.

Speaking of greats, no discussion of the Bruins would be complete without and ode to Bobby Orr, one of the all-time leaders in defense. Orr’s natural talent and uncanny skating ability put him in a unique scoring position that left many forwards scratching their heads. Tallying 953 points over only 657 games before retiring early due to knee problems, Orr remains a Bruins luminary and an NHL legend to this day.


Every Silver Lining Has a Cloud

The end of the Orr era in the mid-70s also meant the end of a successful run for the Bruins, at least for a while. While the Stanley Cup would be out of reach for the near future, Boston was still a solid team — and they got even more powerful with the draft of Ray Bourque in 1979. He’d spend the next 17 years helping to drive the Bruins to the playoffs like clockwork thanks to his Orr-like ability to score while on defense.

Boston continued to perform like a machine during this time, thanks in no small part to drafting players like Brad Marchand, Milan Lucic, Tyler Seguin, and Patrice Bergeron. Signing excellent free agents and making smart trades brought in even more great talent like Mark Recchi and Zdeno Chara, and the strategy worked like a charm — the Bruins reclaimed the Stanley Cup in 2011 in a 7-game series against the Vancouver Canucks. Back on top where they deserve to be, the Bruins are as strong as ever, thrilling their fans as a winning team once again.


Frequently Asked Questions

Where do the Bruins play?

The Boston Bruins play their home games at the TD Garden, often called Boston Garden or just “The Garden” by local fans. In addition to the Bruins, the NBA’s Boston Celtics also call the Garden home. With a capacity of nearly 20,000, the Garden hosts concerts and other events throughout the year whenever there isn’t an NHL or NBA game.


When do Bruins tickets go on sale?

Given that the NHL plans its regular season games well in advance, the Bruins have their schedule set long before they ever hit the ice. That means Bruins tickets are available even before hockey season starts, making it easy for you to plan when you want to see a game and grab tickets on your own timeline.


When is the best time to buy cheap Bruins tickets?

Having plenty of time makes it easy to get your seats whenever you want, and there’s really no rush. In fact, it won’t surprise you to know that we often recommend that fans wait until the last minute to get tickets, as it’s unlikely that regular season games will ever sell out.

Waiting until the last minute can also pay off for your wallet. Wholesale sellers buy NHL tickets in bulk at deep discounts, and then make money by reselling them at a profit. But when tickets go unsold, they lose out. That means resellers drop their prices super low right before a game to ensure they don’t end up taking a bath. Using a marketplace like Gametime to buy from resellers unlocks great savings if you can wait until the last minute!


What’s the best way to buy cheap Bruins tickets?

With resellers offering the best prices on Bruins tickets, your best bet is to use an online ticket marketplace to get seats for your next game — otherwise, you might end up overpaying. And this rule of thumb doesn’t just apply to NHL games. Unless an event is completely sold out, tickets are almost always at their cheapest on the resale market.


Why should I choose Gametime over another ticket reseller?

You’ve got a choice when it comes to ticket marketplaces — so, let’s help you make the right one. Gametime has the best prices on cheap Bruins tickets thanks to our super low service fees. Not only that, but our virtual seating charts show you the view from your chosen seat before buying, without all that frustrating online sleuthing.

We’re so sure our experience is better than the others that we guarantee we’ll get your Bruins tickets to you in time for tipoff. Game on.

Boston Bruins Schedule and Ticket Prices

DateCityVenueLowest Price
9/22BostonTD Garden$35
9/24BostonTD Garden$21
9/26New YorkMadison Square Garden$50
9/28PhiladelphiaWells Fargo Center$29
10/1BostonTD Garden$20
10/3QuebecCentre Videotron$47
10/5WashingtonCapital One Arena$38
10/8SunriseAmerant Bank Arena$150
10/10BostonTD Garden$157
10/12BostonTD Garden$116
10/14BostonTD Garden$104
10/16DenverBall Arena$48
10/19Salt Lake CityDelta Center$152
10/22NashvilleBridgestone Arena$57
10/24BostonTD Garden$65