The Flyers home opener sees them face off against one of their bitter rivals up the turnpike.
It will be a slightly different look to the Devils after the off-season addition of Mike Cammalleri who will give them more fire power up front and net minder Cory Schneider is ready to officia lly take over the cage with the departure of Martin Broduer.
Former Flyer and future Hall of Famer, Jaromir Jagr, will also return to Philadelphia in his second season with the Devils. He led New Jersey in scoring last season and recorded four points (2g-2a) in four games against the Flyers last year while Brayden Schenn led the way with a pair of goals and three points against the Devils.
It is the fifth time in team history that the Flyers have played the home opener against the Devils but first time in over 20 years, the last coming in the 1992-93 season. The teams split the previous four meetings with two wins apiece, while all four meetings have seen the teams combine for at least five goals and averaging 8.5 goals-per-game.