The Philadelphia Flyers return home after a six game road trip to take on the New Jersey Devils. This Metropolitan Division match up features a pair of bitter rivals.The Flyers currently sit in 7th place, with a record of 8-13-3, two spots back of the New Jersey Devils. The Devils, 9-12-4, came away victorious in first trip to Philadelphia on October 9th winning 6-4. Philadelphia will look to avenge this lose and narrow the gap between themselves and New Jersey in the standings.
The average ticket price for Devils vs Flyers tickets is currently $83.31 on the secondary market for when these rivals square off. The get-in price is $21.00, with a trend of 5% less from Friday. This will be the last meeting for these teams in Philadelphia this season.
Philadelphia will look to Jakub Voracek and captain Claude Giroux for goal production. Voracek leads the Flyers in most major categories as he has recorded 9 goals and 23 assists over the course of 24 games. Giroux will aim to replicate his performance from their first meeting as he tallied a goal and an assist in the losing effort.
New Jersey’s veteran forwards present a tough task for the Flyers defense. Leading goal score Mike Cammalleri, who scored twice in there first meeting, will attempt to continue is fruitful start to his season. A roster composed of skilled defensemen Marek Zidlicky and Andy Greene command the Devils defense, having combined for a total 16 assists so this season.
Friday’s game will be a must see event as long time Flyer Jaromir Jagr makes another return to Wells Fargo Arena. This game would be a big win for the Flyers, as they will not face the Devils until January 2nd, when they travel to New Jersey in a game that is seeing Devils tickets go for an average of $177.93 on the secondary market, more than double that of the game in Philly this week.