The Flyers will be featured on Comcast SportsNet and The Comcast Network for 70 games during the 2016-17 season.
The team on Thursday night announced its broadcast schedule, which is comprised of 58 games on Comcast SportsNet, 12 on The Comcast Network and the remaining 12 on NBC Sports Network and NBC.
The Flyers will also have three preseason games broadcast on CSN and TCN. Tuesday night, Sept. 27, vs. the Islanders and Wednesday night, Sept. 28, vs. the Devils (at the PPL Center) will air on TCN, while Monday night, Oct. 3, vs. the Rangers will show on CSN.
The crew of Jim Jackson, Keith Jones, Bill Clement and Chris Therien — Comcast SportsNet's Emmy-Award winning broadcast team — returns for another season.
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Flyers rookie camp starts Sept. 17, while the team's main training camp opens Sept. 22. The orange and black begin the regular season on Oct. 14 when they visit the Los Angeles Kings for a 10:30 p.m. puck drop. The Flyers don't come back to the Wells Fargo Center for their home opener until Game No. 4 when they welcome the Anaheim Ducks for a 7 p.m. start on Oct. 20.
The Flyers are coming off a 41-27-14 finish last season, their first under head coach Dave Hakstol that resulted in a playoff berth and first-round exit as the Eastern Conference's No. 8 seed.