Philadelphia Flyers Home Schedule 2019-20
After a hearty preseason lineup and a 2019-20 season opener in the Czech Republic, the Philadelphia Flyers start games at Wells Fargo Center against the New Jersey Devils (Oct. 9). Philadelphia plays all of its divisional opponents four times – twice at home and twice on the road – for a total of 28 of their 82 games. The division games continue trending earlier, with 10 coming in the first 25 games of the season.
Other highlights of the home schedule include a pre-Thanksgiving afternoon affair against the Calgary Flames (Nov. 23) and the annual Black Friday contest against the Detroit Red Wings (Nov. 29). A pre-Christmas home game is held against the New York Rangers (Dec. 23) and the final home game of the regular season is against the Nashville Predators (April 2).
The Philadelphia Flyers at Wells Fargo Center
Founded in 1967, 16-time division champs the Philadelphia Flyers will play their 52nd season this year. The Wells Fargo Center, which holds 19,541 seats when open for NHL games, has been the home of the Flyers since its completion in 1996.
The Philadelphia Flyers Seating Chart – Wells Fargo Center
Individual and group tickets are available for all home and away games.
Stay up to date on the Flyers all season on Twitter @NHLFlyers.
All game times are local and subject to change.
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