Flyers unveil 2024-25 regular season schedule

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While there are still a few months until the puck drops on the 2024-25 regular season, we now know who and when the Flyers will play this season.

Fans will have to wait a few games to see the Flyers at home, as the team opens up the season with four games on the road. They’ll kick off the season in Vancouver on Oct. 11. The Canucks will coincidentally be the Flyers home opener on Oct. 19. This is the third time in the last four years that Vancouver comes to Philly as the home opener.

The Flyers have 13 back-to-back games this year, one more than the 12 they had a season ago. Philadelphia will be tested with 11 sets of three games in four nights. They will also have four games in six nights a total of 13 times. 

Flyers announce 2024-25 regular season schedule 

Starting the season in Vancouver, the Flyers will travel through Canada. They will meet Calgary, Edmonton, and Seattle to open their schedule. The Flyers will only have one more game at 10 PM during the rest of the season. 


Fri. Oct. 11 at Vancouver 10:00 PM

Sat. Oct. 12 at Calgary 10:00 PM

Tue. Oct. 15 at Edmonton 10:00 PM

Thu. Oct. 17 at Seattle 10:00 PM

Sat. Oct. 19 vs. Vancouver 7:00 PM

Tue. Oct. 22 vs. Washington 6:00 PM

Wed. Oct. 23 at Washington 7:30 PM

Sat. Oct. 26 vs. Minnesota 1:00 PM

Sun. Oct. 27 vs. Montreal 7:00 PM

Tue. Oct. 29 at Boston 7:00 PM

Thu. Oct. 31 vs. St. Louis 7:00 PM

Coming into November, the Flyers will only face one team from the Metro division as most of their opponents hail from the Atlantic and Central.


Sat. Nov. 2 vs. Boston 1:00 PM

Tue. Nov. 5 at Carolina 7:00 PM

Thu. Nov. 7 at Tampa Bay 7:00 PM

Sat. Nov. 9 at Florida 6:00 PM

Mon. Nov. 11 vs. San Jose 7:00 PM

Thu. Nov. 14 at Ottawa 7:00 PM

Sat. Nov. 16 vs. Buffalo 7:00 PM

Mon. Nov. 18 vs. Colorado 7:00 PM

Wed. Nov. 20 vs. Carolina 7:30 PM

Sat. Nov. 23 vs. Chicago 1:00 PM

Mon. Nov. 25 vs. Vegas 7:00 PM

Wed. Nov. 27 at Nashville 8:00 PM

Fri. Nov. 29 vs. NY Rangers 1:00 PM

Sat. Nov. 30 at St. Louis 7:00 PM

December marks the first time the Flyers will play Utah, though it’s a home matchup. Philadelphia’s annual Western Conference trip also falls at the end of the month.


Thu. Dec. 5 vs. Florida 7:00 PM

Sat. Dec. 7 at Boston 1:00 PM

Sun. Dec. 8 vs. Utah 7:00 PM

Tue. Dec. 10 at Columbus 7:00 PM

Thu. Dec. 12 vs. Detroit 7:00 PM

Sat. Dec. 14 at Minnesota 2:00 PM

Wed. Dec. 18 at Detroit 7:00 PM

Thu. Dec. 19 vs. Los Angeles 7:00 PM

Sat. Dec. 21 vs. Columbus 7:00 PM

Mon. Dec. 23 at Pittsburgh 7:00 PM

Sat. Dec. 28 at Anaheim 4:00 PM

Sun. Dec. 29 at Los Angeles 9:00 PM

Tue. Dec. 31 at San Jose 8:00 PM

In January, Cutter Gauthier will come to Philadelphia for the first time as an opponent. The month will also see seven of the final eight games be played against Metro opponents. The final 10 PM game begins the month as well.


Thu. Jan. 2 at Vegas 10:00 PM

Sun. Jan. 5 at Toronto 7:00 PM

Tue. Jan. 7 vs. Toronto 7:00 PM

Thu. Jan. 9 vs. Dallas 7:00 PM

Sat. Jan. 11 vs. Anaheim 7:00 PM

Mon. Jan. 13 vs. Florida 7:00 PM

Tue. Jan. 14 at Columbus 7:00 PM

Thu. Jan. 16 at NY Islanders 7:30 PM

Sat. Jan. 18 at New Jersey 12:30 PM

Tue. Jan. 21 vs. Detroit 7:00 PM

Thu. Jan. 23 at NY Rangers 7:00 PM

Fri. Jan. 24 at NY Islanders 7:30 PM

Mon. Jan. 27 vs. New Jersey 7:00 PM

Wed. Jan. 29 at New Jersey 7:00 PM

Thu. Jan. 30 vs. NY Islanders 7:00 PM

The Flyers will head to Utah for the first time in February. The month also marks the debut of the Four Nations tournaments. At this time, there are no Flyers on any of the roster. The league has only announced the first six players for each squad, though. With that, Philadelphia only plays seven games during the month.


Sun. Feb. 2 at Colorado 3:00 PM

Tue. Feb. 4 at Utah 9:00 PM

Thu. Feb. 6 vs. Washington 7:00 PM

Sat. Feb. 8 vs. Pittsburgh 7:00 PM

Four-Nations Break

Sat. Feb. 22 vs. Edmonton 1:00 PM

Tue. Feb. 25 vs. Pittsburgh 7:00 PM

Thu. Feb. 27 at Pittsburgh 7:00 PM

March is by far the heaviest month of competition for the Flyers. They will play 16 games with not much break in between. The longest rest they have in the month is two days. Those 16 games will be played in 23 days.


Sat. Mar. 1 at Winnipeg 7:00 PM

Tue. Mar. 4 vs. Calgary 7:00 PM

Thu. Mar. 6 vs. Winnipeg 7:00 PM

Sat. Mar. 8 vs. Seattle 12:30 PM

Sun. Mar. 9 vs. New Jersey 1:00 PM

Tue. Mar. 11 vs. Ottawa 7:00 PM

Thu. Mar. 13 vs. Tampa Bay 7:00 PM

Sat. Mar. 15 vs. Carolina 7:00 PM

Mon. Mar. 17 at Tampa Bay 7:00 PM

Thu. Mar. 20 at Washington 7:00 PM

Sat. Mar. 22 at Dallas 2:00 PM

Sun. Mar. 23 at Chicago 3:00 PM

Tue. Mar. 25 at Toronto 7:00 PM

Thu. Mar. 27 vs. Montreal 7:00 PM

Sat. Mar. 29 vs. Buffalo 1:00 PM

Mon. Mar. 31 vs. Nashville 7:00 PM

Philadelphia will get a nice break before they begin play in April. They will play three divisional opponents and three from the Atlantic to finish off the regular season.


Sat. Apr. 5 at Montreal 7:00 PM

Wed. Apr. 9 at NY Rangers 7:30 PM

Sat. Apr. 12 vs. NY Islanders 1:00 PM

Sun. Apr. 13 at Ottawa 1:00 PM

Tue. Apr. 15 vs. Columbus 7:00 PM

Thu. Apr. 17 at Buffalo 7:00 PM