Philadelphia Flyers Tickets
About Philadelphia Flyers
If there is one sporting event that you don’t want to miss this year, it’s a live Philadelphia Flyers game. This team is a dynamic powerhouse that’s sweeping through opponents every single week. The atmosphere at a Flyers game is unlike any other in the sporting industry: fans are electric, buzzing with energy, and bring a spark that is impossible to manipulate when watching on your TV. The team was created during the 1967 NHL Expansion, and were the first team in the post-Original Six era to win the Stanley Cup. They were also the team with second-best points percentage in the NHL at 58.8%, only behind the Montreal Canadiens. Additionally, the Flyers have the most appearances in conference finals of all the 24 expansion teams. Their rivals include greats such as the New York Rangers dating back to the 1970s, the New York Islanders, and of course, the Pittsburgh Penguins. Be sure to check out star players Claude Giroux, Jakub Voracek, and Ivan Provorov tear up the ice! Fans are rushing to get cheap Philadelphia Flyers tickets, so make sure to act fast! You don’t want to miss out on a sold-out game and be stuck watching from home! Get your cheap Flyers tickets here to see your favorite team for yourself!
Philadelphia Flyers vs. Pittsburgh Penguins
The Flyers-Penguins rivalry, also known as the Battle of Pennsylvania, is one of the most intense rivalries in the NHL. The rivalry began in 1967 when the teams were introduced to the NHL’s “Next Six” expansion wave. The rivalry is so intense due to the divisional alignment and geographic location, as both teams play in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Flyers and the Penguins have met in the Stanley Cup playoffs four times since 2008, which has heated the competition even more in recent years.
Philadelphia Flyers vs. New York Rangers
The Flyers-Rangers rivalry, also known as Broadway versus Broad Street, is one of the most storied and well-known rivalries in the NHL. The two teams have met eleven times in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, with the Flyers wining six and the Rangers winning five of the series and have also been divisional rivals since the 1974-1975 season. The ferocity of the rivalry can be attributed to the geographic New York-Philadelphia rivalry, which is mirrored in
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