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When does the end of the season start?

It was a familiar sight for the Flyers fans in Philadelphia: a team bus on a highway that was on its way back to Philadelphia from a game.

But this was different.

The bus was loaded with more than just fans, it was a game of fly-bys.

The Flyers were on a two-game road trip to Detroit and Pittsburgh.

This is the first time in their history that the Flyers have played at home against a team that hasn’t won a game there in the regular season.

It’s a rare opportunity for the fans of the teams to see how the season has gone so far.

“We just have to keep pushing each other, keep pushing our guys, keep going,” Flyers forward Scott Hartnell said.

With the team already playing for their third straight division title, there’s no doubt about where the Flyers are heading. “

That’s the main thing.”

With the team already playing for their third straight division title, there’s no doubt about where the Flyers are heading.

They are 2-2-0 in their last eight road games.

The road trip has been a tough one for the team.

The Flyers are 3-0-1 on the road in their past 10 games.

There were some bad nights, but the Flyers were also able to come out of a tough stretch with a win in Edmonton.

Hartnell scored a power-play goal with 4:15 left in regulation and Matt Read added an empty-net goal with 2:21 left to give the Flyers a 2-0 lead.

Then, with 6:07 left in the third period, the Flyers’ third power-on goal of the game gave the Flyers an even-strength lead, 4-3.

With a win, the team would advance to face the Penguins at Consol Energy Center on Sunday (8 p.m.

ET; NBCSN, CBC, SN, RDS, NHL.TV).

The Flyers are now 3-3-0 at home and 2-1-0 on the season, after playing the season-opening games in Nashville, Pittsburgh and Chicago.