Philadelphia Flyers Schedule 2022-2023

From exhilarating home games within the Wells Fargo Center to adrenaline-pumping away matchups, every game is a nail-biting spectacle across the Philadelphia Flyers schedule. See all the games below:

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Philadelphia Flyers Scores

October 2022

  • 10/14, Devils, Wells Fargo Center, W 5-2
  • 10/15, Canucks, Wells Fargo Center, W 3-2
  • 10/19, Lightning, Amalie Arena, W 3-2
  • 10/20, Panthers, FLA Live Arena, L 4-3
  • 10/23, Predators, Bridgestone Arena, W 3-1
  • 10/24, Sharks, Wells Fargo Center, L 3-0
  • 10/28, Panthers, Wells Fargo Center, W 4-3
  • 10/30, Hurricanes, Wells Fargo Center, L 4-3 OT

November 2022

  • 11/01, Rangers, Madison Square Garden, L 1-0 OT
  • 11/02, Maple Leafs, Scotiabank Arena, L 5-2
  • 11/05, Senators, Canadian Tire Centre, W 2-1
  • 11/09, Blues, Wells Fargo Center, W 5-1
  • 11/11, Blue Jackets, Nationwide Arena, L 5-2
  • 11/12, Senators, Wells Fargo Center, L 4-1
  • 11/13, Stars, Wells Fargo Center, L 5-1
  • 11/16, Blue Jackets, Nationwide Arena, L 5-4 OT
  • 11/18, Bruins, TD Garden, L 4-1
  • 11/20, Canadiens, Bell Centre, L 5-4 SO
  • 11/22, Flames, Wells Fargo Center, L 5-2
  • 11/24, Capitals, Capital One Arena, L 3-2 OT
  • 11/25, Penguins, Wells Fargo Center, L 4-1
  • 11/27, Islanders, UBS Arena, L 5-2
  • 11/30, Islanders, Wells Fargo Center, W 3-1

December 2022

  • 12/02, Lightning, Wells Fargo Center, L 4-1
  • 12/04, Devils, Wells Fargo Center, L 3-2
  • 12/06, Avalanche, Wells Fargo Center, W 5-3
  • 12/08, Capitals, Wells Fargo Center, L 4-1
  • 12/10, Golden Knights, T-Mobile Arena, L 2-1 OT
  • 12/12, Coyotes, Mullett Arena, L 5-4 OT
  • 12/14, Avalanche, Ball Arena, L 3-2
  • 12/16, Devils, Prudential Center, W 2-1
  • 12/18, Rangers, Wells Fargo Center, L 6-3
  • 12/21, Blue Jackets, Wells Fargo Center, W 5-3
  • 12/22, Maple Leafs, Scotiabank Arena, L 4-3
  • 12/24, Hurricanes, PNC Arena, L 6-5
  • 12/30, Sharks, SAP Center at San Jose, W 4-3 OT
  • 12/31, Kings, Arena, W 4-2

January 2023

  • 01/03, Ducks, Honda Center, W 4-1
  • 01/06, Coyotes, Wells Fargo Center, W 6-2
  • 01/09, Maple Leafs, Wells Fargo Center, L 6-2
  • 01/10, Sabres, KeyBank Center, W 4-0
  • 01/12, Capitals, Wells Fargo Center, W 5-3
  • 01/15, Capitals, Capital One Arena, W 3-1
  • 01/16, Bruins, TD Garden, L 6-0
  • 01/18, Ducks, Wells Fargo Center, W 5-2
  • 01/20, Blackhawks, Wells Fargo Center, L 4-1
  • 01/22, Red Wings, Little Caesars Arena, W 2-1
  • 01/23, Jets, Wells Fargo Center, L 5-3
  • 01/25, Kings, Wells Fargo Center, L 4-3 OT
  • 01/27, Wild, Xcel Energy Center, L 3-2 OT
  • 01/29, Jets, Canada Life Centre, W 4-0

February 2023

  • 02/07, Islanders, Wells Fargo Center, L 2-1
  • 02/10, Oilers, Wells Fargo Center, W 2-1 SO
  • 02/11, Predators, Wells Fargo Center, L 2-1 OT
  • 02/12, Kraken, Wells Fargo Center, L 4-3
  • 02/17, Kraken, Climate Pledge Arena, L 6-2
  • 02/19, Canucks, Rogers Arena, L 6-2
  • 02/20, Flames, Scotiabank Saddledome, W 4-3
  • 02/22, Oilers, Rogers Place, L 4-2
  • 02/25, Canadiens, Wells Fargo Center, L 5-2
  • 02/26, Devils, Prudential Center, L 7-0

March 2023

  • 03/02, Rangers, Wells Fargo Center, L 3-2 OT
  • 03/05, Red Wings, Wells Fargo Center, W 3-1
  • 03/08, Lightning, Amalie Arena, L 5-2
  • 03/10, Hurricanes, PNC Arena, L 1-0
  • 03/11, Penguins, PPG Paints Arena, L 5-1
  • 03/14, Golden Knights, Wells Fargo Center, L 5-3
  • 03/17, Sabres, Wells Fargo Center, W 5-2
  • 03/18, Hurricanes, Wells Fargo Center, L 5-4 OT
  • 03/21, Panthers, Wells Fargo Center, W 6-3
  • 03/23, Wild, Wells Fargo Center, W 5-4 SO
  • 03/25, Red Wings, Wells Fargo Center, W 3-0
  • 03/29, Canadiens, Wells Fargo Center, W 3-2
  • 03/31, Senators, Canadian Tire Centre, L 5-4 OT

April 2023

  • 04/02, Sabres, Wells Fargo Center, L 6-3
  • 04/02, Penguins, PPG Paints Arena, L 4-2
  • 04/05, Blues, Enterprise Center, L 4-2
  • 04/07, Stars, American Airlines Center, L 4-1
  • 04/09, Islanders, UBS Arena, L 4-0
  • 04/09, Bruins, Wells Fargo Center, L 5-3
  • 04/12, Blue Jackets, Wells Fargo Center, W 4-3 OT
  • 04/14, Blackhawks, United Center, W 5-4 OT

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How long is the Philadelphia Flyers season?

The duration of the Philadelphia Flyers season, as with all NHL teams, is determined by their regular season schedule and playoff performance. In general, the NHL regular season consists of 82 games and runs from early October to early April. If the Flyers make it to the playoffs, their season could extend until mid-June, depending on how far they progress through the postseason rounds.

How many seasons have the Philadelphia Flyers played?

The Philadelphia Flyers were established in 1967 and have completed 56 seasons to date. Over the course of their history, the Flyers have been a formidable franchise with numerous accomplishments. They won two consecutive Stanley Cup championships in 1974 and 1975, as well as the President’s Trophy in the 1984-1985 season.

What was the best Philadelphia Flyers season ever?

The best Philadelphia Flyers season ever is arguably the 1974-1975 season when they won their second consecutive Stanley Cup championship. During this memorable season, the Flyers earned the nickname “Broad Street Bullies” due to their physical and aggressive style of play. They finished the regular season with a record of 51-18-11, tallying 113 points and leading the league standings. Under the guidance of head coach Fred Shero, the team boasted an incredible roster that included legends like Bobby Clarke, Bill Barber, and Bernie Parent, who were awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy for the second year in a row as the most valuable player in the playoffs.

During the 1975 playoffs, the Philadelphia Flyers showcased their dominance by defeating the Toronto Maple Leafs, the New York Islanders, and finally, the Buffalo Sabres in the Stanley Cup Final. The series against the Islanders was particularly thrilling, as it went to a decisive seventh game where the Flyers ultimately emerged victorious. The Flyers’ Stanley Cup win in 1975 solidified their place in NHL history and marked the peak of the Broad Street Bullies era.

What was the worst Philadelphia Flyers season ever?

The 2006-2007 season is widely considered the worst Philadelphia Flyers season in the team’s history. Plagued by injuries, poor performance, and a lack of chemistry, the Flyers finished the season with a dismal record of 22-48-12, amassing just 56 points. This marked the lowest point total in the franchise’s history and placed them at the bottom of both the Atlantic Division and the entire league. It was a stark contrast to the successful seasons the Flyers had experienced in the past, as they missed the playoffs for the first time since the 1993-1994 season.

The Flyers’ failure in the 2006-2007 season led to significant changes within the organization. Head coach Ken Hitchcock was fired early in the season and replaced by John Stevens, while general manager Bob Clarke resigned his position. The Flyers also traded away team captain Peter Forsberg, a former star who struggled with injuries during his time in Philadelphia. The following year, the organization focused on rebuilding the team, drafting key players such as James van Riemsdyk and Claude Giroux, who would become cornerstones of the franchise for years to come.

Who is the Philadelphia Flyers’ biggest rival?

The Philadelphia Flyers’ biggest rival is undoubtedly the Pittsburgh Penguins, a fellow Pennsylvania-based team. This fierce rivalry, often referred to as the “Battle of Pennsylvania” or the “Keystone State Clash,” has its roots in the NHL’s 1967 expansion when both teams joined the league. Geographically, the two cities are only about 300 miles apart, which has helped fuel the intensity of this rivalry. Over the years, the Flyers and the Penguins have faced off numerous times in both the regular season and the playoffs, providing countless memorable moments and heated battles that have solidified their status as one of the most storied rivalries in the NHL.

The rivalry between the Flyers and the Penguins has been further fueled by the presence of star players on both teams. Some of the most notable names in the history of the rivalry include Flyers legends Bobby Clarke and Eric Lindros, as well as Penguins icons Mario Lemieux and Sidney Crosby. The two teams have met in the playoffs multiple times, with the most recent postseason meeting taking place in 2018 when the Penguins defeated the Flyers in six games.