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More About Philadelphia Flyers
Stadium: Wells Fargo Center
Stanley Cups Won: 2 (1973–74, 1974–75)
Notable Players: Ron Hextall, Bobby Clarke, BIll Barber
Rivals: Boston Bruins, Pittsburgh Penguins, New York Islanders
The team that boasted the second best winning percentage all time. The Philadelphia Flyers have a win percentage of 57.8 percent. A percentage beaten only by the NHL’s winningest franchise, the Montreal Canadiens (58.9%). The Flyers physical brand of hockey has sprouted some of the most heated rivalries in the NHL. Since 1967, the Flyers have had some of the most memorable matchups in league history with close geographic rivals such as the New York Rangers, the New York Islanders and the instate rival Pittsburgh Penguins. Their brand of play has awarded (or not awarded depending on your club affiliation) them the nickname the “Broad Street Bullies.”
After a disappointing start to 2013-2014 campaign that saw managerial changes in the organization, the Flyers hope the upcoming season brings more stability to the franchise. With Craig Berube in charge for his first full season, the flyers hope to improve on their first round playoff exit last season at the hands of the New York Rangers. A hard fought series that saw Philly losing in seven games. Berube’s hard nosed and physical style of play will be evident this season. The fans are hoping their Broad Street Bullies live up to their nickname this season.
Philadelphia Flyers 2014-2015 schedule
The Flyers begin their season against rival Boston Bruins at the TD Garden in Boston. They return to Philly for a three game home stand where they will face off against The Devils, Canadiens and The Ducks. The Flyers end their season in April on a four game home-stand that begins with a match up against in-state rival Pittsburgh Penguins.