By Michael Morton

The Flyers aren’t as bad as the 9-73 Sixers were 40 years ago.

But they are close.

So, yesterday’s announcement about not raising most of their season-ticket prices for 2022-23 was not surprising.

What is surprising is that they didn’t cut prices..

In a news release, the Flyers said Dave Scott, the team’s governor, emailed season-ticket holders and told them there will be no increase for all non-premium tickets, which account for nearly 90% of the Wells Fargo Center.

The Flyers are 15-22-8 and next-to-last in the eight-team Metropolitan Division. Home attendance has dwindled, and less than half the seats at the Wells Fargo Center were filled for their last game, a 3-1 win over Winnipeg on Feb. 1.

“From COVID shutdowns to disappointing results on the ice, our fans have been through a lot over the last couple of years, but they’ve stuck with us, so there won’t be any price increases on any non-premium season tickets for 2022-23,” Scott said in the email to fans.

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