Founded in 1967, the flyers have had the most appearances in the conference finals out of all the 24 expansion teams. They are a high scoring team and have won 8, out of 16 appearances in the Conference finals and are second only to St. Louis Blues for the highest playoff appearances for all expansion teams.
The Philly Flyers, with orange, black and white as their official colours are one the strongest teams in the National Hockey League. They played their first game on the 11th of October 1967 which they lost, but made up for by winning a week later. They have won 2 Stanley Cups, 8 Conference Championships and 16 Division Championships. Their latest percentage of 57.7% as of this present season is the second best in the whole NHL. The Flyers have Lehigh Valley Phantoms and Reading Royals as minor league affiliates.
For the Philadelphia Flyers, home is broad street, where their games have been played since founded. The initial games were at the Spectrum until 1996, and from then till now, the Wells Fargo Centre has taken over as the official home arena. Located in Philadelphia Pennsylvania, the Wells Fargo centre as the official home of the fliers is situated at the southwest of the South Philadelphia Sports Complex. It seats about 19, 541 people for hockey games and has played host to several record breaking games in the history of the NHL.
The Centre is well padded with facilities for the spectators viewing pleasure and even fans at home feel the excitement in the air while enjoying the games. A live Philadelphia Flyers hockey game is usually always filled with energy and electricity. This is why most fans prefer to get their tickets way ahead of each game (it’s always cheaper too!). Such cheap game tickets are usually sold ahead of time now, unlike the past when they could be bought at the centre. Now, these tickets, which vary in prices depending on the games, can be gotten online at affordable rates at official websites that serve this purpose. Click here for the Flyers seating chart
Owned by Comcast Spectator and presently managed by Ron Hextall and Dave Hakstol, the Phila Flyers team like many others enjoys a healthy rivalry with many other teams. One of these is the significant and intense rivalry with the New York Rangers that dates back to the 70s and of course the feisty rivalry with the Pittsburgh Penguins, their cross state brothers. There is a Flyers Hall of Fame established in 1988 to honour outstanding flyers and executives who are usually nominated ad voted in by a special panel. The flyers have also retired certain jersey numbers, taking them out of circulation, also in honour of the players privileged to have had them.
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