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Philadelphia Flyers 2024 Stanley Cup Odds

Philadelphia Flyers 2024 Stanley Cup Odds

One of the biggest surprises in the first half of the season is the Philadelphia Flyers. At the onset of summer future market betting the Flyers were largely ignored by the masses. However, the Flyers are generating attention as a top-three team in the Metropolitan Division. The big question fans and gamblers have post-All-Star Break is whether the Flyers can sustain their success to gain the 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Philadelphia is built for playoff hockey as a solid defensive team.

2024 Stanley Cup Betting Odds

Philadelphia Flyers NHL Betting Lines

At the approach of the All-Star Break, the Philadelphia Flyers are 25-18-6 straight up and 17-24-3 over/under the total. Also, Philadelphia is 3rd in the Metropolitan Division playoff standings. Philadelphia is five points behind the New York Rangers in the Metropolitan Division playoff race. Late on Philadelphia has covered one out of their last five games. While the Flyers have gone under the total in one of its previous six matchups. Philadelphia has NHL rankings of 22nd for goals scored and 29th for power play efficiency. In comparison, on defense, the Flyers have NHL rankings of 9th for goals against and 2nd for penalty killing.

The big concern and need for Philadelphia is goal scoring. The Flyers need more of it if they are to ensure a playoff berth and a potential Stanley Cup run. In particular, the Flyers lack reliable secondary scoring.

Philadelphia Flyers Key Players

C Travis Konecny is a top producer for the Flyers. Konecny scored 22 goals with 20 assists in his first 48 games. Konecny was the 24th overall pick in the 2015 NHL Draft by the Flyers. Konecny broke into the NHL with the Flyers in 2016-17. In 488 career games, Konecny scored 141 games, 191 assists, and 332 points. This year, Konecny was named the All-Star Game for the second time.

LW Farabee is another key contributor, with 17 goals and 23 assists in his first 48 games. Farabee was the 14th overall pick of the 2018 NHL Draft by the Flyers. He broke into the NHL with the Flyers in 2019-20. In 252 career games, Konecny has 60 goals, 72 assists, and 132 points.

RW Owen Tippett is another goal scoring threat with 18 goals, 12 assists, and 30 points in his first 46 games. He was the 10th overall pick of the 2017 NHL Draft by the Florida Panthers. Tippett has been with the Flyers since 2021-22 and is coming off a career year in 2022-23 with 27 goals.

Philadelphia Flyers Goaltenders

Number one goaltender Carter Hart posted a .912 save percentage in his first 25 games. Hart has a career save percentage of .906 and a 2.96 goals against average.

Backup goalie Samuel Ersson started nearly as well with a .910 save percentage and 2.33 goals against average. This is his second NHL season.

Philadelphia Flyers Head Coach

Head coach John Tortorella is a favorite with NHL fans and media despite his tendency to spar with it. The volatile Tortorella is one of the most compelling personalities in the game. His career record is 704-579-37-145, with a 2004 Stanley Cup championship as HC of the Tampa Bay Lightning. He is a two-time Jack Adams Award winner as NHL coach of the year.

Season-by-Season Record (Last 5)

2022–23 82 31 38 7th, Metropolitan Did not qualify
2021–22 82 25 46 8th, Metropolitan Did not qualify
2020–21 56 25 23 6th, East Did not qualify
2019–20 69 41 21 2nd, Metropolitan Lost in Second Round, 3–4 (Islanders)
2018–19 82 37 37 6th, Metropolitan Did not qualify
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Philadelphia Flyers History

The Flyers were founded in 1967 when the NHL launched “The Great Expansion,” which doubled its size from six to 12 teams. Philadelphia quickly became a contender and won consecutive Stanley Cup championships in 1974 and 1975. Known then as the “Broad Street Bullies,” the Flyers were both ruffians and highly skilled. Bobby Clarke was their inspirational captain, with Bernie Parent dominant in goal.

The Flyers were the most successful of the “Second Six” 1967 expansion franchises and were a national sensation. Getting a ticket to their games at the old Spectrum in Philadelphia was impossible. From 1973 to 1989, the Flyers made the Stanley Cup Playoffs every season. They made six Stanley Cup Final appearances in that span, winning twice.

Philadelphia had a second wave of near greatness from 1995 through 2012. During those years, they missed the playoffs only one time. Philadelphia made the Stanley Cup Final twice in those years, losing both times. Eric Lindros was the marquee man of the first portion of that era.

Retired Flyers numbers belong to goalie Bernie Parent #1, defenseman Mark Howe #2, defenseman Barry Ashbee #4, left wing Bill Barber #7, center Bobby Clarke #16, and center Eric Lindros #88.

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