Philadelphia Flyers 2014 News and Updates
3/3/14 – The Flyers rallied from a two-goal deficit for a 5-4 overtime victory on Sunday; a situation opponent Washington is all too familiar with, being that it was the 14th time this season the Capitals could not hold on to a two-goal lead. One night earlier, Philadelphia made up some ground in the NHL standings with a win over the New York Rangers in a playoff preview. The Flyers hold the second spot in the Metropolitan Division with 70 points, one more than the third place Rangers.
2/25/14 – Philadelphia will see Pittsburgh three more times this season; the Penguins have the best winning percentage (.689) of the opponents remaining on the Philadelphia Flyers’ regular season schedule. The most expensive game at Wells Fargo Center-PA is the only home game against the Penguins for Philly – averaging $203 on March 15. Fourteen of the Flyers’ 23 outstanding games will be played on home ice, so get out to a game and cheer on the team; Philadelphia Flyers tickets are just under the NHL average price at $101.
2/19/14 - Four of the five Flyers who headed to the Olympic Games are on their way home, but the one remaining is headed to the semifinals – defenceman Kimmo Timonen. Timonen and the Fins upset Russia earlier today in the Quarterfinals to advance to Friday’s Semifinals for the right play in the Gold Medal game. In eight days, the Flyers’ will be back on the ice at Wells Fargo Center-PA to play the San Jose Sharks. Get in on the post-Olympic hype and welcome back your Philly team in their first game back for a mere $32!
2/3/14 – Wayne Simmonds’ scored his 100th career goal in the Flyers’ 2-0 shutout Saturday over the Los Angeles Kings. A third straight game against a Pacific Division team is on the horizon as Philadelphia will fly to Northern California to take on the San Jose Sharks Monday night. Upon completion, it’s back to Philly for two games before the Olympic break. Philadelphia Flyers tickets against the Avs (2/6) start at $23, while Flyers tickets versus the Flames (2/8)will cost you a minimum of $38 at Wells Fargo Center this week.
1/29/14 – The Flyers ended their four game skid Tuesday night, picking up a win against the Red Wings. Philadelphia will travel to the West Coast for three games against NHL leading Anaheim Ducks, Los Angeles Kings, and San Jose Sharks. While the Flyers did lose the last meeting with all three Pacific Division teams, the team is coming off a shutout with positive energy surrounding their game. An injury scare from alternate Flyers captain Scott Hartnell had fans on edge, but he looked as good as ever in the win over Detroit. Philadelphia Flyers tickets for remaining games played at Wells-Fargo Center-PA are averaging $107, $23 under the League mean price.
Philadelphia Flyers 2013-2014 Season
The lockout shortened 2012-13 season was a disappointing one for the Flyers, as they missed the playoffs for the first time since 2006-2007. While the team did sign veteran center Vincent Lecavalier this offseason, coach Paul Holmgren will look for improvement from a roster without many changes. Average price for Flyers tickets this upcoming season is $118. The most expensive home game comes against the in-state rival Pittsburgh Penguins
on 3/15, averaging $171.
When they're very good, they're the Broad Street Bullies; when they're struggling, they're just the Philadelphia Flyers. With a slow start this season, the Flyers find themselves just outside the playoff chase in a generally balanced Eastern Conference. While generally successful at the
Wells Fargo Center in south Philadelphia, they definitely have a Jekyll and Hyde personality, as their performance as the visiting team shows a struggle. One thing they need to fix is an imbalance in goals allowed vs. goals scored, as they allow slightly more goals per game then they score. Possibly the biggest thing missing from their defense is the leadership of Chris Pronger, who has been out since early last season with post-concussion syndrome. Lead goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov is having his issues with keeping the puck out of the net; center Matt Read is the offensive leader for the Flyers, followed closely by Brayden Schenn and Jake Voracek.
Coach Peter Laviolette's men have some work to do to get themselves into playoff shape; with an upcoming six-game road trip that even their general manager insisted would be key to the full season. If they can use that to bring an improvement to their road performance, they will prove to be a formidable squad in the playoffs. Philadelphia Flyers tickets average $105 at home, one of the more affordable NHL tickets this season. Philly fans wanting to see the Flyers on the road in 2013 should expect to pay $25 more per ticket compared to home games at Wells Fargo Center, as the Flyers are one of the top three teams other NHL fans want to see. What's the hottest Flyers hockey ticket? In February and March, the Philadelphia Flyers host the Toronto Maple Leafs (2/25), Washington Capitals (2/27, 3/31), Pittsburgh Penguins (3/7), New York Rangers (3/26) and Boston Bruins (3/30). If you're looking to find cheap Flyers tickets, the Phildelphia Flyers schedule includes tickets priced from $24.