The Flyers open the 2014-15 season in Boston against the Bruins on Wednesday night.
The Flyers are coming off two straight shootout losses to the two best teams in the NHL in Boston and St. Louis. On Thursday night, they look to get back on the winning track as they host the Columbus Blue Jackets.
The Flyers are playing their best hockey of the season as they welcome some old friends to town.
The Flyers are back home after a long six-game road trip and on Thursday night they will host the Montreal Canadiens.
After sweeping a three game home stand, wrapping things up with that 5-2 win over the Islanders on Saturday, the Flyers will be on the road on Monday night, visiting the Florida Panthers.
The Flyers will try to get back on the winning track Friday night as they host the Washington Capitals.
After making a coaching change on Monday, the Flyers will play their first game under new head man Craig Berube on Tuesday night as they host Florida.
The Flyers host the Florida Panthers on Thursday night.
The Flyers will try, once again, to notch that first victory of this lockout-shortened season tonight as they host the New York Rangers.
KYW’s Matt Leon talked a little hockey in July with Sarah Baicker of CSNPhilly.com and got her thoughts on the league’s labor situation, the Flyers off-season moves and who turned heads at the Flyers recent prospect camp.
The Flyers hope home ice truly is an advantage tonight as they look to stay alive against the Devils in their Eastern Conference semifinal playoff series.
The Flyers will look for their third straight win, and retire Mark Howe’s number tonight.
The Flyers look to snap their losing streak.
The Flyers will try to bounce back tonight from Sunday’s loss to Boston, visiting the Florida Panthers.
KYW’s Matt Leon spoke with Sarah Baicker, who covers the Flyers for CSNPhilly.com, about the matchup and the Flyers 4-2-1 start.