The Nashville Predators are just one win away from sweeping the Chicago Blackhawks.
The Predators have won the last three games against Chicago – a team that many hockey analysts had favored to win the series, possibly even the Stanley Cup.
The underdogs are just one win away from advancing to the second round of the Western Conference playoffs.
However, a win won't come easy. This is a Blackhawks team coming to Bridgestone desperate for a win to force this series back to Chicago for a game five.
The last time the Blackhawks were in an 0-3 hole, they forced a game seven before losing to Vancouver.
A quick check of Stubhub shows lower level tickets going for around $400, with the cheapest seats in the arena a little over $200.
Be cautious about snagging great seats from a stranger on Craigslist. NewsChannel 5 spoke to one Preds fan who shelled out $250 for seats, but the tickets are not legit.
The Nashville Predators want to remind everyone that they have a no re-sale policy and have mobile-entry only at Bridgestone Arena. Tickets will only appear on your phone the day of the game and in some cases, not until the doors even open.