With the Stanley Cup finals going to a decisive Game 7, the demand for tickets to Wednesday night's game increased significantly on StubHub.
The most expensive ticket purchased on StubHub for Game 7 was $7,800. A Florida buyer bought two tickets ($7,800 each) for Club 107, Row 1.
The least expensive ticket purchased was $620. A buyer from Vancouver bought two tickets ($620 each) before the playoffs even began.
The least expensive ticket available on StubHub Wednesday cost $1,999.99 for the upper bowl. The most expensive ticket was listed for $17,999.99 for the lower bowl.
On Tuesday, the average price paid for a Game 7 ticket was $2,749.
The average price paid for Game 7 of the 2009 Stanley Cup finals in Detroit was $746. The average price paid for Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals in Los Angeles was $1,316.
The average price paid for a ticket to the last four Super Bowls: $3,559 (Dallas), $2,386 (Miami), $2,402 (Tampa) and $3,536 (Arizona).
Buyers from 28 states and provinces have bought tickets to tonight's game. Canadians make up 64 percent of buyers and New Englanders account for 10 percent of buyers.
While a very small number of tickets exchanged hands on StubHub for last year's Olympic men's hockey gold-medal game, the average price of a ticket was $3,427.