It Looks Like the Flyers Are Headed to Vegas to Open 2018-19 Season

[CSNPhilly] It looks like the Flyers are headed to Vegas to open 2018-19 season

In typical NHL fashion, the 2018-19 schedule release is a two-day event.

That means we won't know the entire schedule until Thursday, but we know enough today to put together some of the pieces.

It looks like the Flyers will open up their season out West for the third straight season.

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The Flyers will play the Golden Knights in Vegas' home opener Oct. 4 at T-Mobile Arena. The Flyers' home opener is Oct. 9 against the San Jose Sharks.

After looking at other teams' home openers, it appears the season will start Wednesday, Oct. 3, with the Washington Capitals hosting the Boston Bruins. The Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens also play Oct. 3.

It's the fourth straight year the Flyers will begin their campaign on the road.

The last time they opened at home was 2013-14, a 3-1 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs.

They've won their last two season openers. They're 5-4-1 in their last 10 season openers.

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