Flyers fans are the "craziest fans" in the NHL, according to the latest edition of The Hockey News.
The magazine set out to find the toughest places to play in the league, and the Wells Fargo Center came out on top.
1. Wells Fargo Center
The what? That’s the old Wachovia Center. Which was the old Spectrum…ah, you say, Philly! In Philadelphia, Santa Claus gets pelted with snowballs and goons are beloved figures. If you don’t play hard and hit, you won’t survive the Flyers faithful – and that’s just when they’re playing road hockey.
Here is the remainder of the Top 10:
2. Madison Square Garden, New York
3. Bell Center, Montreal
4. Air Canada Centre, Toronto
5. Pengrowth Saddledome, Calgary
6. Rexall Place, Edmonton
7. Staples Center, Los Angeles
8. Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, N.Y.
9. HSBC Arena, Buffalo
10. Joe Louis Arena, Detroit