The Flyers return from the holiday break and start a four-game Western Canada road trip against the Vancouver Canucks on Thursday night.
The Flyers open up the home schedule on the 2023-24 season on Tuesday night against the Vancouver Canucks.
The Flyers and Vancouver Canucks meet on Saturday night as the Flyers head into Western Canada for the next three games.
The Flyers have a chance to start the season with a pair of wins, and they will take on the Vancouver Canucks in the second game of the season.
The Vancouver Canucks come in with a modest 3-3-1 record in the first seven games of their season, including the 5-4 shootout victory in Philadelphia on Oct. 15. The Flyers will be looking for a different result as they look to build on Wednesday’s win.
While the Flyers didn’t win the game, you certainly sensed the new energy with so many new faces. But you also got another sign of how chemistry may be instantaneous among teammates off the ice, but can take some time on it. It’s only one game, and there’s no reason to overreact to anything that happened until the patterns persist.
The Flyers trailed by two late in the third before rallying back for two goals in 65 seconds to tie things up. They ultimately fell in the shootout, 5-4, to the Vancouver Canucks in Friday’s season opener.
The Flyers open things up on Friday night at Wells Fargo Center going against the Vancouver Canucks. After last season, it’s already refreshing for the Flyers to be facing a team from the Western Conference that they haven’t seen in quite some time. It also marks the first chance for this new group of players to make their mark on the team and start the season off on a positive note.
The Tampa Bay Lightning built the foundation of their championship team through the draft and had to experience a lot of failure before reaching the top. The Flyers may be in the early stages of following the same blueprint.
For a change, the Flyers did not need overtime or a shootout to decide a game, securing a 2-1 win over Vancouver on Monday night. Here are some observations from the win.
Jake Voracek scored the deciding goal with 8:33 remaining in the third period, helping the Flyers to a 2-1 win over the Vancouver Canucks at Wells Fargo Center.
Four games remain in this grueling November schedule for the Flyers, which closes out at the end of the week. It starts on Monday night with a visit from the Vancouver Canucks.
A three-game Western Canada trip begins on Saturday night as the Flyers face the Vancouver Canucks. Game time is at 10 p.m.
Three goals in the first 10:23 chased Carter Hart and the Flyers suffered a 5-2 defeat to the Lightning on Tuesday night.
The Flyers gave the Tampa Bay Lightning a run for their money in November, erasing a 5-1 lead in under seven minutes to force overtime, before ultimately suffering the defeat. Tampa has some help back in netminder Andrei Vasilevskiy and is also fresh off the break.
The opponent in this final game of the homestand is the Tampa Bay Lightning, the team atop the Eastern Conference standings and they bring a wealth of scoring into Philadelphia. Game time is at 1 p.m.
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