Flyers tickets for a potential first-round playoff series went on sale at 11 a.m. Thursday and are still available.
Playoff tickets are available online at PhiladelphiaFlyers.com, by phone at 215-218-PUCK, or at the Wells Fargo Center box office. Refunds will be processed for unplayed games, the Flyers said.
Led by defenseman Ivan Provorov, the Flyers greatly improved their playoff chances with their 2-1 win Wednesday in Colorado. They have points in seven straight games (4-0-3) and in 21 of their last 27 contests (15-6-6).
The Flyers will not practice Friday and will be back on the ice Saturday morning in Voorhees. They will host Boston in a Sunday matinee.
The Flyers have four regular-season games remaining — three at home (Boston, Carolina, and the Rangers) and one on the road (Islanders). Boston is their only remaining opponent that will reach the playoffs, and there is a chance they will play the Flyers in the first round.