There’s no better way to celebrate the New Year than on ice.
On Monday, Jan. 2, the No. 1 Boston Bruins will do just that when they take on Sidney Crosby’s Pittsburgh Penguins at Fenway Park for this year’s 2023 Winter Classic.
And while we can’t imagine pucks flying over the Green Monster, we can expect a close game between two Eastern Conference contenders.
Led by Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak, the Bruins are battling to hold onto their spot atop the Eastern Conference Atlantic Division while the Penguins attempt to climb the ladder of the crowded Metropolitan Division.
More importantly, fans can still buy last-minute tickets to this hotly contested match in a freezing setting.
Tickets to Fenway won’t come cheap, though.
At the time of publication, the lowest price we could find on Vivid Seats was $358 before fees.
For those hoping to get closer to the ice, lower-tier seats start at $602 before fees.
All prices are subject to fluctuation.
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Once time runs out in the Bruins-Penguins game, NCAA hockey will make its way to the famed home of the Red Sox for the annual Frozen Four.
First, two women’s hockey games will take place at Fenway on January 6th.
That day, the Harvard Crimsons faced the Quinnipiac Bobcats, then the Boston University Terriers closed out the day against the Holy Cross Crusaders.
General admission tickets start at $45 before fees.
The following day, January 7, two NCAA men’s hockey games will serve as the finals of the 2023 Fenway Hockey Competitions.
In the doubleheader, fans will see a Huskies game when the Northeastern Huskies take on the UConn Huskies. Later in the afternoon, rivals UMass and Boston College square off for hometown glory.
Seats for the second day can be found for as low as $33 before fees.
Exciting Events at Fenway Park
While Fenway is generally known as the home of the Boston Red Sox, the venue will also host a number of huge concerts this summer.
Here are just five of our favorites you won’t want to miss.
• Kane Brown (June 23)
• Dead and Company (June 24-25)
• Pink (July 31 to August 1)
• Morgan Wallen (August 16-18)
• Zac Brown Band (August 19)