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Philadelphia Flyers Parking Passes

Philadelphia Flyers Parking Passes Tickets

Philadelphia Flyers Take The Ice Again!

The Flyers are anxious to get back to their road to victory this season and you can expect their games to be full of razor-sharp moves and seamless teamwork. No other team makes whizzing across the ice to slam that winning shot look quite as easy as these guys. Flyers fans have a lot to look forward to this season - be sure not to miss out on the action!


The Philadelphia Flyers are a part of the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League. The team was the first expansion team after the Original Six era (comprised of the Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs, Boston Bruins, Chicago Black Hawks, Detroit Red Wings and New York Rangers) to win the Stanley Cup. They have been a powerful force in the NHL since their inception and currently hold the second best all-time points percentage in the League! Their most intense rivalry is with the New York Rangers, the New Jersey Devils and the Pittsburgh Penguins - if you're planning to see one of these matches, be aware that Philadelphia Flyers parking passes will be hard to come by on game night!


The Flyers are back to their wily ways this season, playing games loaded with the powerhouse moves and slick skating that they are known for. This means you can expect rip-roaring slapshots and expert passes, along with their fluid teamwork. With fearless Steve Mason in the goal and powerhouse shooters Matt Read and Wayne Simmonds scoring big on the offensive. The team is looking to score a playoff spot this year, meaning now is the time to start looking for Philadelphia Flyers parking passes in addition to tickets - you won't want to miss a second of the game while you're searching for a place to leave your car!


The Flyers have historically been regarded as one of the NHL's best teams. These boys reached the Eastern Conference Finals four times between 1995 and 2004, then did the same in 2008, and their fanbase has never faltered in support. The team was formed in 1966 after Ed Snider, the then VP of the Philadelphia Eagles, heard the NHL was looking to expand. He proposed the Philly team and they were formed and named shortly after. They initially played their home games at the Spectrum but have been playing at Wells Fargo Center since 1996.

Great Players

Since the Flyers were established, the Philly team has had 19 captains, including Bobby Clarke, who led them to two Stanley Cups and scored over 1,000 points for the Flyers during his career! Bill Barber and Brian Propp were just behind him with over 800 points each for both. They've had eight other players inducted into the Hall of Fame: Bill Barber, Paul Coffey, Dale Hawerchuk, Mark Howe, Adam Oates, Bernie Parent, Darryl Sittler and Allan Stanley. There's nothing like watching their all-star players take the ice and battle it out with their rivals. Every single face-off is an exhilarating experience for sports lovers, and it's well worth the effort of buying your Philadelphia Flyers parking passes and tickets online and heading to Wells Fargo Center to see them play - the action is so much more intense in person than it could ever be watching it from your TV!


The Philadelphia Flyers have the second highest winning percentage in the history of the NFL! This legendary team is second only to the Montreal Canadiens when it comes to the highest winning percentage - no small feat for a league of awesome professionals like the NHL. The name Flyers suits this team, which is known for taking off with wins when you'd least expect it, but did you know some of the other names the franchise was considering when it first started out? Quakers, Ramblers, Liberty Bells, Bashers, Bruisers, Blizzards, Huskies, Lancers, Raiders and Sabres were among the other names considered. It was the sister of Flyer's owner/Chairman of Comcast, Ed Snider, who decided that Flyers was exactly the right name to lead them to victory!

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