Flyers Open “Rage Room” For Fans

Philadelphia Flyers right wing Kevin Hayes (13) slates with the puck against New York Rangers right wing Vitali Kravtsov (74) during the first period of an NHL preseason hockey game, Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019, in New York. (AP Photo/Noah K. Murray)

Boy oh boy, I do not see this ending well.

Philadelphia sports fans have earned the reputation of being angrier than most, so the team has decided to capitalize on that notoriety.

Starting tonight, Wells Fargo Center attendees can visit the Flyers’ new “rage room,” the first of its kind for a major arena.

Dubbed the “Disassembly Room,” fans can pick up baseball bats, hockey sticks, and sledgehammers to smash TVs, dishware, bottles, guitars, and even opposing teams’ merch.

To access it, fans just need to look behind a “hidden” library wall in the new “Assembly Room” lounge and bar area.

It’s fun concept, but I think the Flyers will quickly regret this decision once people start using the items on each other.