HomePreseason ScheduleNHL TVWall/FameCards in Flyers HistoryPhantoms / RoyalsAbout Site

and a whole lot more
    This site is NOT affiliated with the Philadelphia Flyers or the National Hockey League. The views and opinions of this site are strictly ours and no one else. Content of this site is checked for accuracy, but not flawless. Please double check any information regarding schedules, etc. Please report any inaccuracies to webmaster@flyers.com.​
Flyers spin a second straight shut-out, beat Devils 2-0 behind goals by MacDonald and Raffl
     Above is the post for the Flyers / Blue Jackets game in Columbus Saturday night.  The artwork is the product of Anthony Zych who studied at The Ohio State University.  You can check out his other hockey posters and designs at www.AnthonyZych.com
     The NHL season will start later than usual because of the World Cup of Hockey games.            The Flyers pre-season will start with a couple of split squad games on Sept. 26th and will include 7 games including 3 at home and a single game at the Phantom Arena (the PP&L Center in Allentown).  They will play 3 games in Philly.  Full pre-Season schedule.​

Breaking down the Flyers schedule:
      Every year the Flyers schedule comes out, I study like a 12 year old when he gets a new comic book.  Will I travel to a game or games?  I realized a life long dream when I went on a west coast Canada swing and saw the Flyers play (an lose) to the Canucks, Flames and Oilers two years ago.
      I must say up front, for attending road Flyers games, this year's schedule is the worst.  I wanted to go to the Florida games this year, but they play the Tuesday and Wednesday before Thanksgiving.  UGH!  No only would travel stink and be expensive, but would take me away for a holiday which I usually rest.
       So here's out it looks:   There are 13 Sunday games, 4 Monday games, 14 Tuesday games, 10 Wednesday games, 17 Thursday games, 4 Friday games, and 20 Saturday games.
        Of the 13 Sunday games, only 3 are at home.  A November Flames game, two games against the Hurricanes in March and April, including the last game of the season.  Of the 10 away Sunday games 2 are 12:30pm games, 2 at 5pm, 3 at 6pm, 1 at 7:30 and 2 are at 10pm.  9 of the 13 come after January 1st.
         4 games are on Monday, 3 are home games at 7pm, 1 is away at 7:30.
         14 Tuesday games are split down the middle, with 7 at home, 7 away.  All are at 7 or 7:30, except two away games at 8pm and 8:30pm (Blackhawks, 3rd game of the season).
         Wednesday night brings NBCSN's games, and the Flyers have their share.  Of the 10 games, they are slotted for 8pm six times.  Of the other four, 2 are at 7pm (1 H, 1 A) and two late niters away at 9:30pm and 10pm.
        Thursday has 17 games, including 10 home 7pm games.  The away games feature 5 at 7 or 7:30pm, 1 at 8pm, 1 at 9pm.  
       Friday has only 4 games, none are in 2017, and only 1 is at home, the after Thanksgiving game vs the Rangers.  The other 3 away games include the season opener against the Kings at 10:30pm, at 10pm Dec.30th game at the Sharks, and on Nov.11th (which marries up to a large Hockey card show in Toronto) at the Leafs.
          Saturday has 20 games, 11 during the day with 8 at 1pm, 1 at 12:30pm, and 2 at 2pm.  5 of the 9 night games are at home.  2 in Oct, 1 mid-November, 1 in January,  1 in April (the last two against the Devils).
         The biggest duration of time off comes between the Sunday, January 15th 12:30 Caps game, and the Saturday night January 21st hone game against the Devils.  Big home stands include 7 games of 9 from Nov.12th to Nov. 29th.  The two games in the middle are in Florida.  There is a 5 game home stand in the very beginning of February.  The Flyers will also enjoy playing 5 of the last 7 games of the season at home.
       With the World Cup stalling the beginning of the season until October 14th, the Flyers will only play 10 games in October.  November will see 14 games, December 14 games, January 13 games, February 11 games, March 15 games, and April 5 games. 
    The Flyers bested the Devils in Philly last night behind the goaltending of Anthony Stolarz and Alex Lyon.
    Both Flyers goals came in the second period.
    No box score was available.
Next Game:
vs Bruins @ Home - on TCN
Last week's poll:
Will you watch any of the World Cup of Hockey Games? 

I will watch every game I can 49.02% (25 votes)

If I catch some of it channel surfacing 19.61% (10 votes)

Only to watch the Flyers 15.69% (8 votes)

No, I have no interest 9.8% (5 votes)

I will watch some of the NHL Network replays 5.88% (3 votes)

Total Votes: 51
Saturday, October 1st  7pm