Philadelphia Flyers Playoff Tickets
Team: Philadelphia Flyers
League: National Hockey League
Home Games: Wells Fargo Center
Head Coach: Alain Vigneault
Stanley Cup Wins: Two
All-Time Greats: Bobby Clarke, Bernie Parent, Bill Barber, Mark Howe, John Leclair, Ron Hextall, Tim Kerr, Reggie Leach
Philadelphia Flyers Playoff TicketsThe Philadelphia Flyers ice hockey team, based in Philadelphia, was established in 1967 as a result of the expansion from the 'Original Six.' Its small beginnings gradually paid off through the growing aggressiveness of the players and the style of game, leading to three consecutive Stanley Cup finals appearances. During the three occasions in the history of the team's existence in the National Hockey League, the Flyers managed to secure a Stanley Cup victory twice. The Philadelphia Flyers have exhibited a commendable track record of performance in different avenues. The team's players have achieved various historical records, including Bobby Clark, who has played the most games, scored the most points and made the most assists. Bill Barber is also a prominent former player of the Philadelphia Flyers as he has recorded the highest number of scored goals. Bernie Parent, on the other hand, has earned his position in the Flyers' history by recording the most shutouts. The team's aggressive spirit on the ice will make you want to grab playoff tickets at StubHub.
What was the Philadelphia Flyers' record last season?The 2018-19 regular season had the team finish at the 11th position in Eastern Conference games. In the league, the team was ranked 22nd, the lowest it has ever been ranked in history. It also finished in the sixth position in the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League Championship. The pretty tough season that the Flyers had last year is expected to offer a major turning point for improvement in this year's season as the team seeks to return to playoff competition.
What conference do the Philadelphia Flyers play in?The Philadelphia Flyers play in the Eastern Conference, Metropolitan Division of the National Hockey League during the 2019-20 season. This conference matches the Flyers with key rivals, including the New Jersey Devils, the Columbus Blue Jackets, the Carolina Hurricanes, the New York Islanders and the Pittsburgh Penguins.
What is the Philadelphia Flyers’ schedule leading to the playoffs?The Philadelphia Flyers had their season opener in October in a game versus Chicago. In the soon-after rolled-out schedule, the Flyers are expected to enter the National Hockey League Championship under the current alignment of four divisions: two in the Eastern and two in the Western Conferences. With each conference containing eight teams, the Flyers are expected to play home and away games in 30 appearances at each conference. Another of the season’s key games is the Black Friday contest on November 29th against Detroit. The team's last game of this year is scheduled against the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday, December 31st, before the Flyers take an eight-day break between January 22nd and 30th. The hope of the team is to once again return to Philadelphia Flyer playoff competition.
How big is the Philadelphia Flyers’ arena?The Flyers hold their home games at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. The stadium has a seating capacity of about 19,500 hockey fans and is accessible via multiple travel options, including bus, subway and train.
Do the Philadelphia Flyers team have any historical rivalries?The Philadelphia Flyers team holds a huge grudge with its neighboring Pittsburgh Penguins. The two teams have a historic rivalry dating as far back as 1967 when they were both introduced to the National Hockey League in the 'Next Six' expansion program. Since then, both have clashed well over 200 times with the Philadelphia Flyers holding 153 regular-season wins against the Pittsburgh Penguins' 98 victories.
Where can I get tickets to a Philadelphia Flyers’ playoff game?Tickets to watch the Philadelphia Flyers play live in the National Hockey League are on sale at StubHub. Grabbing any number of your preferred tickets at the click of a button gives you an opportunity to enjoy a live game as you never have before.
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