Philadelphia fans are an intense bunch, and the Flyers leaned into their city's aggression on Wednesday by unveiling a new "rage room" at the Wells Fargo Center.
The Flyers installed the rage room behind a bar and lounge in their arena, allowing fans to destroy a slate of household items with baseball bats, sledgehammers and hockey sticks.
Fans can pay $35 for a solo five-minute foray in the rage room, or $60 for a two-person smash fest. Those in the rage room will wear protective gear and be monitored in an adjacent room, according to ESPN's Greg Wyshynski.
The rage room idea isn't completely unique. The rooms began to emerge in Japan in 2008, and there is a "Break Stuff Bay Area" in San Jose, Calif., per Wyshynski.
The Flyers have given their fans plenty of reasons for rage in recent seasons. Philadelphia has not advanced past the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs since 2012, and the team has missed the playoffs in two of the last three years.