The Philadelphia Flyers will look to bounce back from a disappointing season and return to the playoffs in 2017-18. The Flyers core remains solid as Captains Claude Giroux and Wayne Simmonds return next season. Complimenting Giroux and Simmonds will be veteran winger Jakob Voracek - Voracek led the team in scoring last season posting 61 points. On defense the Flyers will return third-year player, Shayne Gostisbehere. Gostisbehere should partner with rookie sensation Ivan Provorov to form the team's top defensive pairing. In the offseason, the Flyers re-signed goalie Michal Neuvirth and also added goalie Brian Elliot in free agency. Elliot is a veteran who has seen success in the league and the NHL is trending towards a two-goalie system, so this depth will be key for the Flyers next season. Head Coach Dave Hakstol returns as the head coach of the Flyers for his third season. Hakstol previously spent 11 years as the head coach of the University of North Dakota and he is lauded for his player development skills. Expect prospects Travis Sanheim and Samuel Morin to debut at some point next season. Both are large, physical defensemen typifying traditional Flyers hockey. The Metropolitan Division is one of the toughest divisions in the NHL so Hakstol has a tough task at hand this season. The Flyers have won two Stanley Cup Championships in their franchise history and will look to add a third to their resume in 2017.
There are three suite levels at the Wells Fargo Center; Club Suite Level, Mid Suite Level and Balcony Suite Level. Balcony Suites will be the most spacious suite option accommodating groups of up to 18. Club Suites and Mid-Level suites will accommodate groups of 12 guests. Flyers luxury boxes will feature HDTVs, interior lounge seating, exterior balcony seating, premium in-suite catering options, and a wet bar / kitchenette area. With your Flyers suite rental you will also receive VIP parking passes and private entry into the Wells Fargo Center.