Philadelphia Flyers Schedule – 2023-24

10/12/20237:00@Columbus Blue Jackets
10/14/20231:00@Ottawa Senators
10/17/20237:00Vancouver Canucks
10/19/20237:00Edmonton Oilers
10/21/20238:00@Dallas Stars
10/24/202311:00@Vegas Golden Knights
10/26/20237:00Minnesota Wild
10/28/20231:00Anaheim Ducks
10/30/20237:00Carolina Hurricanes
11/1/20237:00Buffalo Sabres
11/3/20237:00@Buffalo Sabres
11/4/20237:00Los Angeles Kings
11/7/202310:30@San Jose Sharks
11/10/202310:00@Anaheim Ducks
11/11/202310:30@Los Angeles Kings
11/15/20237:30@Carolina Hurricanes
11/18/20231:00Vegas Golden Knights
11/19/20235:30Columbus Blue Jackets
11/22/20237:30@New York Islanders
11/24/20231:00New York Rangers
11/25/20237:30@New York Islanders
11/28/20237:00Carolina Hurricanes
11/30/20237:00New Jersey Devils
12/2/20237:00@Pittsburgh Penguins
12/4/20237:00Pittsburgh Penguins
12/7/20239:00@Arizona Coyotes
12/9/20239:00@Colorado Avalanche
12/12/20238:00@Nashville Predators
12/14/20237:00Washington Capitals
12/16/20237:00Detroit Red Wings
12/19/20237:00@New Jersey Devils
12/21/20237:00Nashville Predators
12/22/20237:00@Detroit Red Wings
12/28/202310:00@Vancouver Canucks
12/29/202310:00@Seattle Kraken
12/31/20238:00@Calgary Flames
1/2/20249:00@Edmonton Oilers
1/4/20247:00Columbus Blue Jackets
1/6/20241:00Calgary Flames
1/8/20247:00Pittsburgh Penguins
1/10/20247:00Montreal Canadiens
1/12/20248:00@Minnesota Wild
1/13/20247:00@Winnipeg Jets
1/15/20248:00@St. Louis Blues
1/18/20247:00Dallas Stars
1/20/20241:00Colorado Avalanche
1/21/20241:00Ottawa Senators
1/23/20247:00Tampa Bay Lightning
1/25/20247:00@Detroit Red Wings
1/27/202412:30Boston Bruins
2/6/20247:00@Florida Panthers
2/8/20247:00Winnipeg Jets
2/10/20247:00Seattle Kraken
2/12/20247:00Arizona Coyotes
2/15/20247:00@Toronto Maple Leafs
2/17/20248:00@New Jersey Devils
2/21/20247:30@Chicago Blackhawks
2/24/20243:00New York Rangers
2/25/20243:30@Pittsburgh Penguins
2/27/20247:00Tampa Bay Lightning
3/1/20247:00@Washington Capitals
3/2/20247:00Ottawa Senators
3/4/20247:00St. Louis Blues
3/7/20247:00@Florida Panthers
3/9/20247:00@Tampa Bay Lightning
3/12/20247:00San Jose Sharks
3/14/20247:00Toronto Maple Leafs
3/16/20247:00@Boston Bruins
3/19/20247:00Toronto Maple Leafs
3/21/20247:00@Carolina Hurricanes
3/23/20241:00Boston Bruins
3/24/20246:00Florida Panthers
3/26/20247:00@New York Rangers
3/28/20247:00@Montreal Canadiens
3/30/20247:00Chicago Blackhawks
4/1/20247:00New York Islanders
4/5/20247:00@Buffalo Sabres
4/6/20247:00@Columbus Blue Jackets
4/9/20247:00@Montreal Canadiens
4/11/20247:00@New York Rangers
4/13/20245:00New Jersey Devils
4/16/20247:00Washington Capitals

The Philadelphia Flyers are a renowned professional ice hockey team with a legacy deeply intertwined with the city’s sports culture. Established in 1967 as part of the NHL’s expansion, the Flyers quickly made their presence felt with a distinct blend of aggressive play and passionate fans. The team competes in the Metropolitan Division of the NHL’s Eastern Conference, and its history is marked by both on-ice achievements and a strong sense of community involvement.

The Flyers’ home games take place at the Wells Fargo Center, an arena located in the heart of Philadelphia. Known for their enthusiastic and devoted fan base, often referred to as the “Flyers Faithful,” the team has consistently ranked among the league’s top in attendance. The Flyers’ distinct orange and black uniforms and logo have become iconic symbols in the world of professional hockey.

Throughout their history, the Flyers have enjoyed periods of notable success, capturing two consecutive Stanley Cup championships in 1974 and 1975. These victories solidified the team’s reputation for their “Broad Street Bullies” style of play, characterized by physicality and intimidation. Beyond their on-ice accomplishments, the Flyers have played an active role in community service, supporting various charitable initiatives and fostering youth development through hockey programs. With a commitment to both athletic excellence and community engagement, the Flyers continue to be a cherished representation of Philadelphia’s sports pride and spirit.