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Flyers Giving Season-Ticket Holders a Refund. Sort of.



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In a way, the Philadelphia Flyers are giving their season-ticket holders a refund.

The team on Tuesday sent an e-mail to season-ticket holders, telling them their tickets to games this April are, in effect, “on us.”

The Philadelphia Flyers play three April home games, facing Buffalo, Boston, and Columbus.

That means the money for those games will be credited to next year’s season tickets. Fans with full season tickets will be credited for all three April games; fans with half-season plans will be credited for two games.

The Flyers also announced that ticket prices in the main bowl sections (non-premium) will not increase for the fourth straight year.

Coach John Tortorella addressed the fans in a letter to season-ticket holders this week. He told fans that “we have some kids who have impressed me. Some of them have taken on heavy minutes and big responsibilities.”

He added that “they’re growing into impact players that we need them to be.”

The veteran coach also acknowledged that rebuilding the team will not happen overnight.

“We’re not there yet,” he said, adding this year is the “first step in building the future of the Flyers.”

Th Flyers are likely to miss the playoffs for the third straight year — something that hasn’t happened since the early 1990s — but their young players have shown promise this season. In Tortorella’s first season with the team, Philly is 21-22-9 and six points out of a playoff spot.

On Monday, the Flyers started a four-game homestand by dropping a 2-1 decision to the New York Islanders. They host Connor McDavid and Edmonton on Thursday.

The Flyers are just 10-13-2 at home this season.

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