Philadelphia Flyers Announce Preseason Schedule

The Philadelphia Flyers announced their preseason schedule, according to GM Daniel Briere, on Monday morning.

They will play four of their seven preseason games on the road, with the first game being on September 22 at Washington, continuing onto Montreal on the 23rd before heading back home for a match-up with the New York Islanders and Boston Bruins. The Flyers will head back out on the road to play the New York Islanders at home on September 30th and then to Boston on October 1st. The preseason finale will happen on October 3rd against Metropolitan Division rivalries the New Jersey Devils, following that game the Devils will be heading to Czechia for the Global Series.

Full Preseason Schedule

DateOpponentLocationTime (ET)
Sunday, September 22at Washington CapitalsCapital One Arena3:00 PM
Monday, September 23at Montreal CanadiensBell Centre7:00 PM
Thursday, September 26vs. New York IslandersWells Fargo Center7:00 PM
Saturday, September 28vs. Boston BruinsWells Fargo Center7:00 PM
Monday, September 30at New York IslandersUBS Arena7:00 PM
Tuesday, October 1at Boston BruinsTD Garden7:00 PM
Thursday, October 3vs. New Jersey DevilsWells Fargo Center7:00 PM
Broadcasting information will be available later this summer.

During the 2023-24 season, the Flyers faced the Capitals, Bruins, Islanders, and Canadiens three times each, winning just one game against each team. They had slightly better luck in the four games against the Devils, with each team winning two games. Hopefully, with the draft picks and potential trades this summer, they will have better luck against these teams.

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Jayd Serdy

I grew up in Seattle mostly following baseball as a kid and more recently got into hockey. Since then it’s been my favorite thing, I love the community surrounding it, the people it’s brought into my life, the opportunities and of course the game itself. When I’m not watching hockey I spend a lot of time outside with my dog and following all kinds of other sports!

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