The Philadelphia Flyers overcame a tough start to remain relevant, but since have been playing some of their worst hockey of the season. They continue to drop more games than they win as the team is in the bottom of the standings of the Metropolitan Division. General manager Ron Hextall will have some work to do find some help to the Flyers blue line through the end of the season and into the offseason.
The most expensive game remaining on the Flyers home schedule is a February 28 meeting with the New York Rangers at Wells Fargo Center. Flyers vs Rangers tickets have a current average price of $171.15 on the secondary market, a 75.8% premium above the Flyers home average which is $97.33. The get-in price for this game is $59.
The Flyers have a lot of affordable upcoming home games on their schedule, but the least expensive one is a January 27 meeting with the Arizona Coyotes. Flyers tickets for this game have a current secondary market average price of $54.60, 43.9% below the Flyers home average. The get-in price for next week’s game is just $12.
The Flyers currently trail by 11 points for the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference and with a tough schedule ahead, it is going to a tremendous effort from the Flyers just to get into that final playoff spot.