Whenever the ice is painted at the Wells Fargo Center, that's when you know hockey is right around the corner in South Philly.
It's a beautiful thing.
The ice was painted last weekend and you'll notice a difference from years past.
The Flyers are going with one single logo at center ice, which you can see in the video above. The team has always gone with the symmetrical double logos.
Here's more on that from the Flyers' official site contributor Bill Meltzer:
The center ice double logos at Flyers home arena was an Ed Snider-driven tradition. He thought it looked distinctive and symmetrical having the two and didn't like the red line bisecting the logo. Flyers now going to single logo, which is what rest of league has.— Bill Meltzer (@billmeltzer) September 8, 2019
Flyers training camp starts Friday and the first home preseason game is Monday.
That's when everyone will see the single logo for the first time.
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