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Flyers Tickets Preview For Upcoming Homestand

The Philadelphia Flyers have now won three straight games, defeating Edmonton, Ottawa, and Pittsburgh all in succession. After starting 1-7-0 and dropping all the way to 4-10-1, they have now climbed out of the bottom of the Metropolitan and have fifteen points through eighteen games. None of the other Metropolitan teams have broken from the pack yet, so they trail first place by a mere seven points.

The goaltending has picked up significantly during this winning streak with Steve Mason giving up two goals against the Oilers and grabbing a shutout versus the Senators, while Ray Emery gave up only goal against the Penguins. Brayden Schenn scored the lone two goals for Philadelphia against Pittsburgh, but that was all that was needed as Emery made 30 saves to hold on to the win.

This Friday, the Flyers will travel to Winnipeg to finish up their three game road trip, before returning home next Tuesday for a three game home stand against the Ottawa Senators, Buffalo Sabres, and New York Islanders. Despite their recent improvement, Flyers tickets are still remarkably inexpensive with tickets beginning at only $15 for the Ottawa and Buffalo games. The matchup versus New York is a little bit higher with the get-in price at $40. For both Ottawa and Buffalo, the cheapest lower level seat is $55 while it’s $80 for the Islanders. If you’re looking to be as close to the action, you can sit just a row off the glass right now $150 for any of the three games.

A year or two ago these prices were at least double and sometimes triple the rates they are right now, so now is the time to grab your seats before prices increase! They also have some marquee matchups coming up in the month of December with Montreal and Washington visiting during the middle of the month, so ticket prices will surely rise. And if the team can keep playing as well as they have the last few games, the sky is the limit!

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