The Philadelphia Flyers have gotten off to a decent start going 25-22-6 through this point in the season as we are about to break for the Winter Olympics. The Flyers currently sit tied for fourth place in the Metropolitan Division with the Columbus Blue Jackets with 56 points.
The Flyers have been led by Claude Giroux, who aside from being the Flyers captain leads the team in points scored this season with 47 of them on the year, 15 of them coming on goals. Philadelphia also relies heavily on Wayne Simmonds and Jakub Voracek for offense who have scored 17 and 14 goals respectively. The Flyers have hopes of making the playoffs, but will need to jump over the Detroit Red Wings and Columbus Blue Jackets in order to do so. Presently, Philadelphia is just a single point behind the Detroit Red Wings for the final spot in the playoff standings with 30 games left in the season.
Of those 30 remaining games the Flyers have 18 of which at home this season, for which ticket prices are averaging $114. The cheapest home game left on the Philadelphia Flyers schedule is their game tonight against the Red Wings which is going for $57 with a Get-in price of $15 followed by their February 6th game against the Colorado Avalanche which is averaging $80 and a Get-in of $24. On the other end of the spectrum the Flyers March 15th battle with instate rival the Pittsburgh Penguins is their highest priced game left averaging $228 with a Get-in price of $72. Make sure to see the Flyers make a playoff run in person by picking up your Flyers tickets now.