The average price for Philadelphia Flyers tickets for the regular season has fluctuated slightly over the past six seasons. The highest average ticket price for the Flyers was during the 2011-2012 season at $90. The lowest Flyers ticket price was $42 during the 2014-2015 season. The current average Philadelphia Flyers ticket price for the 2016-2017 season is at $50, a slight decrease from the previous season.
(Data updated 11/10/2016)
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2016 Flyers Season Preview
The 2016-2017 Philadelphia Flyers schedule is set and the Flyers are looking to continue the improvement that they showed last season. The Flyers finished 5th in the Metropolitan Division and 7th in the Eastern Conference. They made it to the first round of the playoffs after failing to qualify for them for the last two out of three seasons, however they were unable to push past the Washington Capitals and the Flyers lost in a 4-2 series. The Flyers have acquired Dale Weise, Will O’Neill, and T.J. Brennan in the off-season. TicketCity is the place to go for Philadelphia Flyers tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Flyers at Wells Fargo Center, or supporting Philadelphia on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Philadelphia Flyers tickets, including home and away games.
Philadelphia Flyers Hockey at Wells Fargo Center Address: 3601 S Broad St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19148
The Flyers play their home games at the Wells Fargo Center, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania after spending almost 30 years at The Spectrum. When filled to capacity, over 19,000 loyal screaming fans are in attendance cheering on the Flyers. The Wells Fargo Center is also the host of the Philadelphia 76ers of the NBA, the Philadelphia Wings of the National Lacrosse League, and the Philadelphia Soul of the Arena Football League along with many top entertainment events throughout the year. The Philadelphia Flyers home bench is on the Wells Fargo Center rink side in front of sections 101 & 124. Wells Fargo Center parking information is covered in our Flyers event guide.
Flyers vs. Bruins
These teams just flat out don’t like each other and it’s no secret if you’ve been to a game recently. There have been punches thrown and blood spilled and in a sports world of highly-paid players and prima donnas, it’s good to see two teams play for the love of the game and the hatred of an opponent. The rivalry that started in the 70s is just as fierce today between Boston and Philadelphia.
Flyers vs. Penguins
Two teams in the “next six,” the Penguins and Flyers loathe each other and as the only two NHL teams in Pennsylvania, it was bound to happen. Pittsburgh and Philly have met each other three times in the last decade in the playoffs, only strengthening the rivalry recently.
Flyers vs. Rangers
One of the most storied rivalries in the NHL, the Flyers and Rangers have met each other over 10 times in the playoffs with Philly holding the slight edge thus far. Not a single series has gone seven games, which is surprising when you realize how close these teams are. Notable, the Flyers beat the Rangers in a shootout in the last game of the 2010 for the last spot in the playoffs.
Philadelphia Flyers in the Stanley Cup, Eastern Conference, and NHL Playoffs
40 years after Philadelphia saw its hockey team depart from town, the Flyers came back to Philly in 1967 to give the city the NHL team they so desperately desired. The Flyers didn’t disappoint, winning back-to-back Stanley Cups in 1974/1975. Winners of 8 Eastern Conference Championships and with 35 NHL playoff appearances, the Philadelphia Flyers have certainly made the city of “Brotherly Love” proud.
2015 Philadelphia Flyers Season Preview
The Philadelphia Flyers took a step backward last season, falling out of the playoffs for only the 3rd time since 1994. The question surrounding the 2015 Philadelphia Flyers season will be if the team is reloaded and ready to string together another playoff run, or if the Flyers are in the middle of a complete team overhaul. The biggest change the Flyers will see in 2015 will be at the coaching position, with Philadelphia bringing highly successful college coach Dave Hakstol to help build a team out of a young roster. Hakstol will have to adjust to a drastically different NHL game, and will rely heavily on longtime Flyers captain Claude Giroux. The biggest new faces on the ice for the Flyers in 2015 will be Sam Gagner, and Yevgeni Medvedev. For Philadelphia to compete this season, they will need to find offensive production from a player not named Giroux or Voracek, and could be facing a 2nd consecutive season outside of the playoffs.
2014 Philadelphia Flyers Season Preview
The first few months of the 2013-2014 season were disastrous for the Flyers. It looked as if the team was going to finish at the bottom of the Metropolitan Division and miss the playoffs. But the Flyers rallied in the 2nd half of the season, finished 3rd in the Metropolitan Division and made the playoffs for the 6th time in 7 years. Philadelphia would take the eventual Eastern Conference Champion New York Rangers to 7 games in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. The Philadelphia Flyers look to continue this plucky attitude and push towards a Metropolitan Division championship, and a berth in the Eastern Conference finals in 2014-15. To achieve these goals, the Flyers will need exceptional play from Captain Claude Giroux. Giroux is one of the most prolific scores in the NHL and if he is hot, the Flyers are hard to beat. Philadelphia lost Scott Hartnell, who was one of the nucleus of the team a year ago, to the Columbus Blue Jackets, but added Michael Del Zotto, who could turn into a difference maker for the team. In a tough Metropolitan Division, the Flyers are real contenders to finish in one of the top three spots, and make another appearance in the NHL Playoffs.
2013 Philadelphia Flyers Season Preview
There were some big arrivals this offseason for the Philadelphia Flyers, and fans are hoping they’re the missing pieces to finally get over that hump and into the Stanley Cup Finals once again. Vincent Lecavalier was had a five-year deal and will command Philly’s second line at the center spot. Mark Streit was traded for a week before he hit free agency, so you know the Flyers thought he was absolutely necessary for this year’s squad. While Danny Briere is now a thing of the past, the Flyers look like they’ve retooled and are ready for the 2013-14 season. The Flyers will host a slew of big games this winter at the Wells Fargo Center, including a Dec. 12 match up against the Montreal Canadiens and a game against the Capitals five days later. The Bruins and Red Wings will be in Philly for back-to-back games beginning on Jan. 25
2010 Philadelphia Flyers Season Preview
Although the Philadelphia Flyers sneaked into the playoffs on the last day of the season last year, they managed to get hot at the right time and found themselves in the Stanley Cup Finals. Philadelphia returns a lot of talent this year and fans can expect another title run. Offensively, Philadelphia does not have one player to base their attack around, but they have plenty of viable scoring threats. The team's leading scorer from last year, Mike Richards, is returning and will be joined by Danny Briere and Jeff Carter on the attack. Additionally, Scott Hartnell and Daniel Carcillo will provide stability on the wings in the second and third line. On defense, the Flyers should be solid as well. The back line will be anchored by veteran Chris Pronger, who is coming off of a year where he amassed a team-leading 45 assists. However, Pronger is not the only stalwart defensemen on the roster, as he will be joined by Braydon Coburn and Matt Carle. The team's only question mark may be in goal as Michael Leighton and Brian Boucher, who split time last season, are sometimes unreliable.
Philadelphia Flyers - 12/7/2016
The Flyers are currently on a roll with a six-game winning streak, which is the first time the team has won this many games since 2011. The Flyers are currently 15-10-3 overall and 5th in the Metropolitan Division.