The NHL is back to the standard 82-game regular season for 2021-22, and you’re free to bet on the Broad Street Bullies and the entire NHL with any and all Pennsylvania online sportsbooks.
Below, find a complete guide to betting on the Philadelphia Flyers and betting on the NHL in Pennsylvania. That includes real-time Flyers game odds and Stanley Cup futures odds from PA sportsbooks plus step-by-step instructions for how to sign up, create a new account and claim your free bonuses.
See below for the best current odds on the next Philadelphia Flyers game from the top PA online sportsbooks. Click on any odds to go directly to the sportsbook, claim your bonus and lock your bet in.
What are the odds the Flyers will win the realigned East Division in 2021 or the 2021 Stanley Cup? See our live feed below for the best current odds on the Flyers to win the Cup or Conference from PA online sportsbooks. Click on any odds to claim your bonus and register a new account to get your bet in.
No Flyer has won the Hart Trophy since Eric Lindros in 1994–95. Sean Couturier won the Selke Trophy as the top defensive forward in 2020 and could be a Hart candidate in 2022. More importantly, you should be able to get up to +4000 odds on Couturier to win, which is a good price. See the current best MVP and prop odds for Couturier from PA online sportsbooks below.
PA online sportsbooks make betting on the Flyers simple. You can get started by following these three simple steps:
Above is a typical Philadelphia Flyers betting line.
First, you see the puck line with the odds on the bet in brackets. Puck lines are almost always 1.5 goals, although you can bet on alternative lines at different odds as well.
Here, the Rangers have to win by at least two, but Philly can win or lose by one. The posted odds dictate both bets pay $100, plus your bet back, for every $110 bet.
Next, you see the moneyline odds. Bet on the Flyers and if they win, you win $155, plus your bet back, for every $100 bet. Bet on the Rangers and if they win, you win $100, plus your bet back, for every $175 bet.
Finally, there’s the totals line with the odds on the bet in brackets. Here, you bet that the total score will be over or under 4.5 goals.
Get it right and the posted odds dictate you win $100, plus your bet back, for every $110 bet.
You can expect most Philadelphia Flyers odds and lines to open up the same in Vegas as they do at PA sportsbooks. However, that may change by the time the puck drops.
Lines move independently based on betting at a particular sportsbook, which means a line might change at a PA sportsbook, but not in Las Vegas, based on how much betting there is on one side.
Sportsbooks set lines to draw an equal amount of betting to each side of a bet. Then, they can make a profit off the vig without having to sweat the outcome.
When more money is bet on one side they’ll move the line to try to get back to even. That means the line changes at that sportsbook, not everywhere, and that’s why most Flyers lines open the same everywhere but might end up different by the start of the game.
PA online sportsbooks offer live betting and props for all NHL games. That means you can bet on all kinds of Flyers props and live bet Flyers games that are already underway.
Props mostly surround betting on the team and individual stat lines. However, live NHL betting is where things get exciting. Live NHL betting gives you the chance to bet on Flyers games in the middle of the action with odds that change on the fly.
The odds change so quickly so a sports betting app on your phone is one of the best ways to bet on them.
NHL live betting lines are mostly the same ones you see pregame, but they may also include period-based bets and a larger number of in-game NHL props.
SugarHouse Sports has since rebranded as BetRivers, but it signed on to become the Flyers official sportsbook partner back in 2019 and remains the top place to bet on the NHL and the Flyers online in PA. BetRivers uses Kambi tech making it competitive with the rest of the PA sports betting market.
There are multiple markets and events to bet on through the app, competitive lines, easy navigation between all sports and bet types, and BetRivers accepts major credit cards, PayNearMe, and cash at affiliated casinos.
Rivers offers new players a 100% first deposit match bonus up to $250 when they sign up for an account using the bonus code PLAY250 and make a deposit. Plus, there’s only a one-time playthrough requirement, making this bonus and the BetRivers PA app a great way to get started betting on the Flyers this season.
Here’s a look at the Philadelphia Flyers’ scoring leaders the past five seasons:
|2020-21||James van Riemsdyk / Claude Giroux / Jakub Voracek||17/16/9||26/27/34||43|
Here’s a look at all the players selected by the Flyers in the first round of the NHL Draft over the last decade. The Flyers had no first round picks in the 2021 Draft.
The coach of the 2021–22 Philadelphia Flyers is Alain Vigneault.
His staff includes assistants Michel Therrien, Mike Yeo, Kim “Dilly” Dillabaugh, and Darryl Williams.
It is Vigneault’s third season with the team.
He has amassed a 714-479-35 record in his coaching career with the Montreal Canadiens, Vancouver Canucks, New York Rangers, and Flyers.
Here’s a look at all the Flyers’ coaches over the past decade:
|Alain Vigneault (2019 – Present) 41-21||2019-Present||66-44|
|Scott Gordon||Interim 2018-2019||25-22|
|Peter Laviolette||2009 – 2013||145-98|
The Rivers Casino Philadelphia Sports Lounge is along the main concourse on the south end of Wells Fargo Center. There’s also the BetRivers.com Sports Lounge facing the bowl on the top level of the Wells Fargo Center.
Finally, Parx South Philadelphia Race & Sportsbook is located inside Philadelphia’s major league sports neighborhood as well.
Flyers games are broadcast on TV by NBC Sports Philadelphia, NBC Sports Philadelphia Plus, and NBC 10.
Jim Jackson has done play-by-play since 1995, and Keith Jones has done color commentary since 2006.
Games can also be found on the radio on 97.5 WPEN and 93.3 WMMR in Philadelphia and WENJ 97.3 and WPGG 1450 in Atlantic City.
Tim Saunders has done play-by-play since 1997, and Steve Coates has done color commentary since 2014.
The Philadelphia Flyers have been around the NHL since 1967 and were the first expansion team in the post–Original Six era to win the Stanley Cup (1973–74).
The Flyers have played home games in an arena on Broad Street since the beginning. It was the Spectrum from 1967 until 1996, and then Wells Fargo Center. The team’s Broad Street Bullies nickname was born out of a team reputation for toughness and the address.
The Flyers won back-to-back Stanley Cups in 1973–74 and 1974–75, but those remain the team’s only championships. Those teams were led by Bobby Clarke, who played his entire 15-year career with Philadelphia. Clarke is a three-time Hart Trophy winner and Hockey Hall of Fame inductee. He also won the Frank J. Selke Trophy one time.
Clarke helped the team return to competitiveness in the 1990s as general manager. Eric Lindros won a Hart Trophy as the league’s MVP in the lockout-shortened 1994–95 season for a Flyers team under Clarke’s management.
The Flyers were competitive again in the late 2000s and have won, all told, eight conference championships and 16 division championships.
Comcast Spectator owns 100% of the Philadelphia Flyers and has since 2016. Comcast is a Philly-based sports and entertainment company that also owns the Maine Mariners of the ECHL, the Philadelphia Wings of the National Lacrosse League, the Philadelphia Fusion of the Overwatch League, and used to own the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers. The company also owns and manages the Wells Fargo Center where the Flyers and Sixers play.
The company was formed in 1974 by former Flyers founder and chairman Ed Snider, who died in April 2016.
Claude Giroux is the current Flyers captain. He’s also led the team in scoring three of the past five years. Giroux is from Canada and the Flyers are the only NHL team he’s ever played for.
Flyers tickets are among the most expensive in the NHL, ranging from an average of $240-$350 per game. Center City Club access tickets average between $9,840 and $14,350 per season.
The Philadelphia Flyers won back-to-back Stanley Cups in 1973–74 and 1974–75. They were the first expansion team in the post–Original Six era to win the Stanley Cup, but haven’t won since.
According to Forbes, the Flyers are worth $800 million, making them seventh in the NHL in terms of value. The New York Rangers are first at $1.65 billion, more than twice what the Flyers are worth.
The Flyers have retired six jerseys, including
The Philadelphia Flyers Twitter account is @NHLFlyers. Sporting the slogan “Be a _______ Flyer.” from coach Alain Vigneault. The account launched in January 2009 and now boasts 1.5 million followers.