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Philadelphia Flyers 2014-2015 News and Updates
12/19/14 - The Philadelphia Flyers fell just short on Thursday when they took on the Florida Panthers. The very low scoring game started with Florida scoring once in the first period and the Flyers tying the game in the second period. A quiet third led to overtime. Then, neither team was able to score in overtime either and the game went into a shootout. Florida ended the game in the sixth round, bringing the final score to 2-1. This unfortunate loss is only the Flyers' second in a row, but does bring them to 11-14-6 and sixth for the Metropolitan Division. This was Philadelphia's last home game until January 6th. They have their work cut out for them if they want a chance to catch up in the league, with eight upcoming away games, starting with the Toronto Maple Leafs on the 20th.
12/12/14 - The Philadelphia Flyers just recently ended their 6-game losing streak and it looked like they might be heading that way again. However, on Thursday’s game, the Flyers were able to pull out a strong victory over the New Jersey Devils. They were able to shut out the Devils in the first and third period and ended the game with 1-4. Sean Couturier and Matt Read each got one score and one assist while Mark Streit and Claude Giroux each got two assists. Philadelphia also took almost twice as many shots as the Devils. This brings the Flyer to 10-13-5, but hopefully this game can get them some momentum. They continue their series of home games with the Carolina Hurricanes on the 13th. Tickets start at $18.
12/5/14 - The season continues to be rocky for the Philadelphia Flyers, who have now lost four games in a row. When taking on the New York Rangers on Saturday, the Flyers were able to tie the game before the first period ended and then hold a lead in the second for a few minutes. Unfortunately, a rough third period ended the game 2-5. Jakub Voracek was the star of the Flyers, scoring one point and getting one assist. Brayden Schenn was also able to get two assists. This game brings them to 8-12-3 and places them 6th in the Metropolitan Division out of 8. However, they are close behind the New Jersey Devils. The Flyers will return to Philadelphia on the 11th to take on the Devils. Tickets are available for $24.
11/26/14 - The Philadelphia Flyers rank 6th in the Metropolitan Division after 20 games in the NHL season. They had a disappointing loss to the New York Islanders when the game came down to the shootout with no goals scored in any period or overtime by either team. The Flyers are ready to have a double match against the New York Rangers over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. On Friday the Flyers host the Rangers, then on Saturday, they go to Madison Square Garden where the Rangers play host. The Flyers stay on the road after their game in New York for three more games. You’ll want to catch them on home ice while you can and enjoy the camaraderie of the fans during a great hockey game. Get your tickets for this exciting matchup.
11/19/14 - The Philadelphia Flyers had a tough defeat on Saturday against the Montreal Canadiens. Unable to score in the first period, the Flyers ended the game with half the points as their opponents: 3-6. Worse still, Philadelphia’s captain, Claude Giroux, injured his ankle. It wasn’t clear at the time how this would affect their upcoming games, but now it looks like he’ll be out for the games on Wednesday and Thursday. Philadelphia is hopeful that he’ll be back on the ice before Saturday, when they take on the Columbus Blue Jets, having missed only two games. Giroux is absolutely the Flyers’ top scorer and some say he may be the best scorer in the league. It’ll be rough without him, so if you’d like to go and cheer them to victory, tickets are still available for Thursday’s game for $35.
11/14/14 -The Philadelphia Flyers are on a 3 game winning streak as they go out on the road to face the Montreal Canadiens then the New York Rangers before coming home on November 20 to host the Minnesota Wild. At 7-5-2, the Flyers are 5th in the Metropolitan Division, but they are 6-2-0 in their last 8 games. They’re coming on stronger than they did when the season opened. The Flyers’ Jakub Vorácek has been red hot this season with 13 total points in 9 games, and he leads the league with 11 assists. He’s a huge factor in the Flyers’ stronger game. You can still get tickets to the games to give your team the support it needs to bring the wins home so they qualify for the playoffs this year.
11/6/14 - This Thursday could prove to be a game changer as the Philadelphia Flyers go head-to-head with the Florida Panthers. Florida sitting at 4-2-4 will certainly be hoping to push Philadelphia’s standings heavier in losses, but the Flyers have other plans. With their home advantage, Philadelphia fans are expecting their Flyers to send Florida packing with their tails between their legs. Doing so could provide the momentum Philadelphia needs to climb up the rankings of their Metropolitan division which has many teams battling neck and neck. Fans can get a great view of the action from which they can urge their team forward to a two game winning streak by purchasing tickets now to ensure they get a good seat. Starting at $15 per seat, the remaining seats aren’t likely to last.
10/29/14 - The Philadelphia Flyers are one of four teams in the Metropolitan Division with 10 points – along with Washington, the New York Rangers, and New Jersey – and are making a swing through Florida this weekend in an effort to gain some separation on division rivals.
10/23/14 - It’s a tightly packed bunch in the NHL’s Metropolitan Division, with seven of the eight teams separated by just two points. One of those teams is the Philadelphia Flyers, whose six points puts them tied with Columbus and in-state and division rival Pittsburgh.
4/30/14 – The Philadelphia Flyers evened the first round series last night in front of a home crowd with a 5-2 takedown of the New York Rangers in Game 6. Wayne Simmonds recorded a hat trick and defenseman Erik Gustafsson scored out of the penalty box in his 2014 postseason debut. The Flyers will look to stop the Rangers Game 7 win streak on home-ice tonight (avg. $292) to advance to the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Just a short train ride away from Philly, grab your last minute Flyers tickets to tonight’s game and watch this battle live!
4/21/14 – Philly rallied for a 4-2 victory over the New York Rangers to even the first round playoff series as they head home for the first 2014 postseason game at Wells Fargo Center (get-in $90). The Flyers had lost nine straight at Madison Square Garden before Sunday’s victory, which included an 0-3 mark this season. Ray Emery, in for starter Steve Mason, settled quickly after an early Rangers lead that included goals from Benoit Pouliot and Martin St. Louis, finishing with 31 saves. With their confidence restored, the Flyers will have home-ice for Games 3 (Tues.) and 4 (Thurs.) before returning to New York for Game 5.
4/17/14 – Philly will renew its playoff rivalry with division foes New York Rangers. In what is sure to be a hard-fought, physical series, the Flyers will need to play consistently as they did in the latter half of the regular season and show why they are one of the best offensive clubs in the league. Unfortunately, they’ll be without Steve Mason in goal in Games One and potentially Game Two after suffering an injury in the finale. The average price of NHL playoff tickets in the first round is $233; however this bitter showdown is one of the pricier series at $305. Philly tickets at Wells Fargo Center for Games 3 (avg. $166), Game 4 (avg. $196), and Game 5 if nec. (avg. $204) are much cheaper than Madison Square Garden ticket prices. The Flyers and Rangers split the regular season record at two apiece.
4/7/14 – The Flyers ended their four-game losing streak Sunday with a 5-2 win over Buffalo. Philly swept the season series 3-0 and won its fifth straight at home. Maintaining their third place standing in the Metro Division, Philadelphia has four games left on their regular-season schedule. Trailing second-place New York Rangers by two points, the Flyers will try and stay out of the wild card slots. Saturday’s game in Pittsburgh against the division-leading Penguins will be one to watch, the Philadelphia Flyers have won both of their previous two meetings. Philadelphia Flyers tickets start at $48 for the regular-season finale at Wells Fargo Center on Sunday.
4/1/14 – The Flyers are in sixth in the Eastern Conference, two points ahead of the Detroit Red Wings. In addition to Steve Downie (concussion) being day to day, defenseman Kimmo Timonen (upper-body) will miss Tuesday's game against the St. Louis Blues. Erik Gustafsson will step in to fill the hole in the lineup; it will be the defenseman’s first time competing in over a month. Philadelphia returns home to face the Columbus Blue Jackets on Thursday (min. $28). The cheapest Philadelphia Flyers tickets for Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Sabres are also $28.
3/24/14 – The red-hot Flyers have won five in a row, outscoring their opponent 19-8. Their latest victory came against the Western Conference-leading St. Louis Blues on Saturday in which the Flyers erased a 1-0 deficit in a strong second period. Wayne Simmonds has scored five goals in the last five games while Claude Giroux has recorded 10 points. Can Philly continue their win streak tonight against the Los Angeles Kings (avg. $67) in the cheapest remaining regular-season home game? The last time the two teams met, the Flyers got the W and the shutout.
3/18/14 – The Flyers are coming off a 4-3 win over rival Pittsburgh Penguins to sweep a weekend home-and-home series. Philadelphia improved to 5-1-1 in its last seven and sits in sixth in the East. If the NHL Playoffs started today, the Philadelphia Flyers would match up against Columbus where Eastern Conference First Round tickets at Wells Fargo Center-PA (TBD) are averaging $339. Catch the Flyers at home this week when they matchup against the Chicago Blackhawks (avg. $66), Dallas Stars (avg. $62), and the West-best St. Louis Blues (avg. $114).
3/10/14 – After recording three straight victories, the Toronto Maples Leafs beat the Flyers in overtime. Claude Giroux had 9 goals and 9 assists in his last 11 games heading into Saturday’s loss, and the team was coming off a second straight win against the Caps to take rivalry night and the season series. The most expensive game remaining on the Flyers schedule is Saturday’s matchup against the Pittsburgh Penguins at Wells Fargo Center-PA (avg. $198). If you’re looking for cheaper seats, try Tuesday’s game against the New Jersey Devils (avg. $72).
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 2014-2015 Season
The Philadelphia Flyers triumphed over a shaky start to earn a postseason berth and as the No.3 seed in the Metropolitan Division, and 6th in the East. Claude Giroux may have stumbled out of the starting block, but he ended the year as a Hart Trophy finalist and led Philly into their Round 1 series against archival Blueshirts from New York. The Rangers eliminated the Flyers in seven heart-pounding games,
… morebut this team is ready for a return trip to the playoffs and and even deeper campaign in the 2014-2015 season.
Because of their salary cap, the Flyers made little noise in the offseason. In GM Ron Hexall’s first year in Philly, the team’s biggest move was the departure of Scott Hartnell in exchange for RJ Umberger. Veteran defensemen Kimmo Timonem is sidelined indefinitely with a blood clot, and will be replaced by Michael Del Zotto until his return. With net minder Steve Mason and last year’s playoff-caliber team returning generally in-tact, don’t hesitate to lock in those Philadelphia Flyers tickets and see them improve upon last year’s campaign!
The Philadelphia Flyers’ 82 game-slate opens up with a rough October schedule. Nine of their first 10 games are against playoff teams, with a highlight bout against the Los Angeles Kings on Oct. 28. The Stanley Cup Champions return to Philadelphia with familiar faces Mike Richards, Jeff Carter and Justin Williams. An important divisional game surfaces on Nov. 14 against Columbus, when Scott Hartnell returns to Pennsylvania in a different jersey. Don’t miss out on Philadelphia Flyers tickets when their bitter foes, the New York Rangers, come to town on Nov. 28 for a Round 1 rematch. Another can’t miss game lands in Philly on Jan. 20 when the Pittsburgh Penguins make their first trip to Wells Fargo Center.
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.