Flyers fans are truly unique.
They've tailgated a Wednesday night rookie game in the preseason.
They've flooded Flyers Skate Zone to watch a Saturday morning practice or development camp in the summer.
You really can't question their passion or rabidness.
Every season means something to them, but 2019-20 has been particularly enjoyable for the fans. They've watched a resurgence after a tumultuous 2018-19 season, which resulted in organizational change. This season, the Flyers are not only looking like a playoff team again, but they've also climbed into position to win the Metropolitan Division.
That push, however, is on hold. On the first full day of the NHL hiatus amid the rising concerns of the coronavirus outbreak, the Flyers delivered a message to their fans, via Twitter.
There is no timeframe for when the season will resume. Knowing Flyers fans, they'll be ready for whenever hockey returns to South Philly.
Until then ...
To our fans... pic.twitter.com/Uj604IVPzX— Philadelphia Flyers (@NHLFlyers) March 13, 2020
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