Petr Mrazek has only been a Flyer for a couple of weeks now, but it looks like he's well aware of the organization's history.
Mrazek will likely debut a new *1000 fire emojis* mask Saturday vs. the Jets. Seriously, check this beauty out.
Mrazek's mask pays homage to past Flyers legends Bobby Clarke, Bernie Parent and Dave Schultz, with "1974" written on the side to honor the Flyers' first Stanley Cup.
But Mrazek's mask may not even be the freshest mask in the organization.
Check out Anthony Stolarz's mask, complete with the cast of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" and Will Smith.
There aren't many days off in spring training.
So when the Phillies had one Tuesday, Rhys Hoskins took a break from Grapefruit League competition and took in some NHL action down the road at Amalie Arena as the Tampa Bay Lightning hosted the Florida Panthers.
The Lightning welcomed the Phillies' slugger with a tweet naming him the #BoltsSocial captain of the game.
Hoskins is quite the athlete. Along with baseball, he also played football and basketball at Jesuit High School in Carmichael, California. He was clearly excited for the game and was simply being a good sport by saying Go Bolts, showing his appreciation for the hospitality.
To no surprise, some Flyers fans took exception.
But don't worry.
Hoskins made sure to point out he's pulling for the orange and black. He even picked what would be an awesome Eastern Conference Final.
Hey, Flyers fans would take that. And you can bet Hoskins would be there in support.
The Flyers are sending off Doug Pederson in style.
Before the Eagles head to Minneapolis on Sunday to begin the madness of Super Bowl week, Pederson took in some pucks at the Wells Fargo Center on Thursday night.
Prior to the Flyers-Lightning game, the Eagles' head coach was given his own personalized jersey with signatures from the team. (All pictures courtesy of Flyers PR guru Zack Hill.)
He chatted with the coaching staff and greeted the players as they took the ice for pregame warm-ups. Giroux stopped and shared a laugh with Pederson, as well as offering some good wishes.
Pederson then came out himself to a roaring ovation and delivered the ceremonial puck drop, which you can watch in the video above.
The Flyers, Sixers and Phillies have all shared tons of support for the Eagles as the team has marched through the playoffs en route to its Super Bowl matchup next Sunday with Tom Brady and the Patriots.
Pederson was rockin' orange and black on Thursday night but the city will be all midnight green leading up to kickoff.