While this is a sponsored post by TiqIQ, all opinions are original.

The Philadelphia Flyers haven’t had the best start to the regular season, but they did get in the win column for the first time two nights ago against the Florida Panthers. After losing the opener to the 2014 Stanley Cup Finalist Tampa Bay Lightning 3-2, the Flyers were romped in a 7-1 game against the Panthers. Playing them for a second time in three days, the Flyers defense was much improved in a 1-0 victory.

In the early going, R.J. Umberger and Brayden Schenn are tied for the team lead with two points, although Umberger played one less game. After losing the first two games with Steve Mason in goal, Michal Neuvirth started in the win against the Panthers, saving 31 shots en route to the shutout.

With the NHL regular season and the secondary market for Flyers tickets stabilized, below is a look into some of the most expensive Flyers games of the season with information provided by TiqIQ.com.

The most expensive game of the season is against the Toronto Maple Leafs on the road on February 20th at the Air Canada Centre with an average ticket price of $359.83 with a get-in price of $92. Two games in the United States follow up next, with a date against the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden on November 28th with an average ticket price of $324.03 and a get-in price of $125. A game against the Chicago Blackhawks at the United Center on March 16th of next year at the United Center has an average ticket price of $299.12 with a get-in price of $91.

For a home game at the Wells Fargo Center, the most expensive game is against the Pittsburgh Penguins on March 19th with an average ticket price of $202.31 and a get-in price of $66. Seeing one of the top games of the Flyers’ season is made easier through Hipmunk.com, where flights to Chicago can be booked to see the game against the Blackhawks, or checking out Hipmunk’s New York City hotel deals for the game against the Rangers. Whichever game is attended, Hipmunk.com is the traveling sports fan’s No. 1 resource.

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