Flyers play 13 nationally broadcast games in 2022-2023

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The Philadelphia Flyers will play 13 games on national broadcasts during their 2022-2023 regular season campaign. The home opener on October 13, against the New Jersey Devils, will be found on ESPN+/Hulu.

Five games will be on TNT, four on ESPN+/Hulu, three on ESPN, and one on ABC:

October 13: Flyers vs. Devils, 7p, ESPN+/Hulu

October 18: Flyers at Lightning, 7p, ESPN

October 19: Flyers at Panthers, 7:30p, TNT

November 15: Flyers at Blue Jackets, 7:30p, ESPN+/Hulu

November 23: Flyers at Capitals, 7:30p, TNT

November 25: Flyers vs. Penguins, 5:30p, TNT

November 29: Flyers vs. Islanders, 7:30p, ESPN+/Hulu

December 13: Flyers at Avalanche, 9:30p, ESPN

March 1: Flyers vs. Rangers, 7:30p, TNT

March 11: Flyers at Penguins, 3:30p, ABC

March 18: Flyers vs. Hurricanes, 5p, ESPN+/Hulu

March 23: Flyers vs. Wild, 6:30p, ESPN

April 9: Flyers vs. Bruins, 6p, TNT

Despite two recent disappointing seasons, the Flyers remain a team receiving national coverage. The upcoming 2022-2023 season presents a chance to prove critics wrong on a stage much larger than last season warrants. Philadelphia will battle eight divisional opponents in the national spotlight. Criticism has swirled around the team, management, and ownership all offseason as the Flyers take on a stacked Metropolitan division.

John Tortorella is prepared to face the obstacles and challenges that await his first season as the Flyers’ head coach.

“The number one thing for me is I’m going to be upfront with the players. We’re going to look to be a team that’s going to be hard to play against. I think Philly has lost that a little bit. We’re going to get back at it here, and try to push them in the right direction.”

John Tortorella; 6/20/2022

(Photo Credit: Alex McIntyre)