Puck drop on the NHL season is just about a month away, and that means it’s time for season previews to begin. On this week’s You Would Think, the guys start a multi-week series breaking down the schedule for our very own Philadelphia Flyers. An NHL season is full of peaks and valleys, injuries, hot streaks, suspensions, and more. The guys do their best to predict how the Flyers are going to do over a 12-game slate in October.
YWT #36- First Month Of the Philadelphia Flyers Schedule
The first month of the Flyers schedule is interesting. After the month ends, the Flyers will no longer see the defending Western Conference Champion Vegas Golden Knights. They will also be done with the Colorado Avalanche, who are looking to make it back to the postseason after a great second half in 2017-18. The month also includes dates with the San Jose Sharks (the home opener for the Flyers, October 9th), the Boston Bruins, and a couple of divisional games before ending the month in California against the Anaheim Ducks, a game that kicks off the team’s Western Conference swing to open November.
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Main Photo: PHILADELPHIA, PA – JANUARY 05: Michal Neuvirth #30 of the Philadelphia Flyers celebrates the win with teammate Wayne Simmonds #17 after the game against the Montreal Canadiens at the Wells Fargo Center on January 5, 2016, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Philadelphia Flyers defeated the Montreal Canadiens 4-3. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)