In a 2020-21 season the opposite of normal, the Flyers will at least experience some normalcy with the start times of their games.
Aside from the reported February outdoor game in Stateline, Nevada, the Flyers don't change time zones during their 56-game regular-season schedule. For now, the Flyers can say so long to the Western Canada and West Coast road trips that result in late-night puck drops back home in the Delaware Valley.
Playing in the realigned East Division this season, the Flyers will play 46 of their 56 games at either 7 or 7:30 p.m. ET. Consistent routines and sleep schedules are valued by players. Amid all of the adjustments with the 2020-21 campaign, this season should be conducive to decent routines for the players given the Flyers play the same seven teams eight times apiece, and only once outside the Eastern time zone.
The latest the Flyers play this season is at 8 p.m. ET and that's for only one game — Feb. 3 against the Bruins at the Wells Fargo Center.
Below are all the times for puck drop this season. A broadcast schedule will be announced at a later date.
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