The Anaheim Ducks will retire franchise legend Teemu Selanne's number in a ceremony on Sunday against the Winnipeg Jets. Selanne is the first player in franchise history to have his number retired, so it should come as no surprise that tickets for the game are more expensive than any other Ducks game this season.
According to TiqIQ.com, the average resale price of a ticket to see Selanne's banner raised is $241.38 and the cheapest seats are going for $79. The second-most expensive game to go to is a matchup later this month against the rival Los Angeles Kings, but those tickets are still 44 percent cheaper than Teemu's night.
Selanne played a total of 15 seasons with the Ducks over two separate stints. He helped lead the team to its only Stanley Cup championship in 2007.
- Dan Gartland