Sights and sounds inside Wells Fargo Center before Flyers intrasquad game


The faux crowd noise pumped out of the Wells Fargo Center scoreboard, ranging from background banter to thunderous cheers.

Banners with the Flyers' logo and Gritty's googly eyes spanned rows of seats.

Gray coverings filled out the sections behind the nets.

On Sunday night, for the first time in 10 months (306 days), the Wells Fargo Center hosted a Flyers hockey game. It was an entirely different world than the previous time the Flyers played in Philadelphia, back on March 10, 2020, when the Flyers lost to the Bruins, 2-0, in front of 19,689 fans.

The Flyers played an intrasquad game Sunday night to wrap up 2021 training camp and give way to an unprecedented 2020-21 NHL season in the times of COVID-19.

No fans and adjustments for everyone.

Here are some sights and sounds inside the Wells Fargo Center from before the game.

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