Philadelphia Flyers Newark Tickets
Known as the Battle of the Jersey Turnpike, a rivalry between Philadelphia Flyers and New Jersey Devils goes all the way back to October 18, 1982 when the teams faced each other for the first time. Both the teams play in National Hockey League’s Metropolitan Division. The rivalry between the two teams is at its height each time the two teams meet up at Devils’ home turf in Newark. A fierce game follows, one that fans look forward to all year. This coming season, the game between Flyers and Devils isn’t going to be any less fierce either so make sure you catch all the action live with Philadelphia Flyers Newark tickets.
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One of the most heated rivalries in National Hockey League, Battle of the Jersey Turnpike, takes it turn this season as Philadelphia Flyers and New Jersey Devils go toe to toe at Prudential Center in Newark. The rivalry is quite famous in the state of New Jersey, in which northern side of the state is full of Devils’ supporters while the southern end is full of Flyers’ fans. The games between the two teams bring all these followers together and same is expected for this season’s fixture. So grab your Philadelphia Flyers Newark tickets to catch the game live.
Back when the two teams didn’t have any geographical rivalry, Flyers met Devils’ in 1977-78 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Devils went by as Colorado Rockies till that time. The rivalry took its current form later in 1982 when Devils moved from Denver. After the move, the two teams met each other every season but their first playoff encounter took place when they met in 1994-95 season.
Following the realigning and renaming of the conferences before the 1993-94 season, the two teams have taken home the most number of division titles. Flyers took home six while Devils have claimed nine so far. Of all the eighteen Atlantic Division Finals that have taken place since the realigning, Flyers and Devils have collectively won a total of fifteen titles. Since both the teams are highly competitive, this season’s Philadelphia Flyers Newark game is going to be an interesting addition to the rivalry’s statistics.