The Philadelphia Flyers announced their 2011 preseason schedule. They are the home team for the September 22nd game.
From the team's official news release:
The Philadelphia Flyers announced on Monday that the team will play a seven-game exhibition schedule prior to the start of the 2011-2012 season, featuring three games at the Wells Fargo Center and a game against the Detroit Red Wings at the Global Spectrum-managed John Labatt Centre in London, Ontario.
The Flyers are visiting the John Labatt Centre for the ninth time; however, it is the first time they'll play the Red Wings there. The arena is managed by Global Spectrum, a subsidiary of Flyers parent company Comcast-Spectacor. Global Spectrum manages more than 100 public assembly facilities around the world.
"London truly is our home away from home," said Comcast-Spectacor president and Global Spectrum chairman Peter Luukko. "The fan support in London for the Flyers is outstanding. The John Labatt Centre is a fantastic hockey arena that our players enjoy visiting. To be playing the Detroit Red Wings in London is a dream match-up for hockey fans in southwestern Ontario and eastern Michigan. It's going to be a terrific night of hockey in the City of London."
The Flyers' 2011 preseason schedule is as follows:
(game start times are in Eastern Time)
September 20 - at Toronto, TBA
September 21 - vs. Toronto, 7:00 PM
September 22 - vs. Detroit (in London, Ontario), TBA
September 23 - at Detroit, TBA
September 26 - vs. New York Rangers, 7:00 PM
September 29 - vs. New Jersey, 7:00 PM
October 1 - at New Jersey, TBA