What is the new season of Flyers games?

What is Flyer’s season?

It’s a new season for the Flyers.

The Flyers return to the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the third time since the 2013-14 season.

Flyers general manager Jim Rutherford said the Flyers’ decision to make changes this season is about “getting back to playing hockey.”

“We’re all excited for the new year and the new challenge, but also we have to make sure that we’re getting the best out of our players, our coaches, our staff and the organization as well,” Rutherford said.

“We have to have a good year.

We can do it.”

The Flyers, who went 13-10-1 in 2014-15, had a record of 4-18-4 in their previous 16 seasons.

They were last in the Eastern Conference during that stretch.

Flyers center Nicklas Grossmann (lower body) and defenseman Luke Schenn (upper body) are expected to be sidelined for the rest of the season after undergoing surgery on an ankle injury.

Flyer forward Chris VandeVelde, who played for the team from 2012-13 to 2014-2015, is also expected to miss at least one game with a lower body injury.