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Philadelphia Flyers Team History


The Philadelphia Flyers were part of the group of expansion teams by the NHL in 1967. The original ownership group included Bill Putnam, Jerry Wolman, and Ed Snider. The Flyers immediately puchased an American Hockey League (AHL) team, the Quebec Aces, giving the team depth and experience that would be helpful in the near future. They opened in a brand new facility called the Spectrum. Before the end of their first season, Jerry Wolman was forced out due to financial problems and Ed Snider gained majority control of the team along with his partners, Bill Putnam and Joe Scott. The Flyers played their first NHL game in October, 1967 against the Pittsburgh Penguins at the Spectrum. Thanks to mother nature they would soon have to look for an alternate home later that year as the roof of the Spectrum was blown off in a fierce winter storm. This brought them north to Le Colisee in Quebec City, their home for a month as the Spectrum was fixed. The franchise would in the 1970's be known as the 'Broad Street Bullies'. This toughness combined with Fred Shero's coaching and Kate Smith's singing would bring the first Stanley Cup to the franchise in 1974.

Philadelphia Flyers Current Arena


Name: Wachovia Center
Address: 3601 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19148
Phone: (215) 336-3600
Website: http://www.wachoviacenter.com/
Capacity: 19519
Opened: 1996

National Hockey League - Philadelphia Flyers Draft History


Year Name Rnd Pick Pos From League
2009 Adam Morrison 3 81 G Saskatoon Blades WHL
2009 Simon Bertilsson 3 87 D Brynas IF Gavle SEL
2009 Nicola Riopel 5 142 G Moncton Wildcats QMJHL
2009 Dave Labrecque 6 153 C Shawinigan Cataractes QMJHL
2009 Eric Wellwood 6 172 L Windsor Spitfires OHL
2009 Oliver Lauridsen 7 196 D St. Cloud State NCAA
2008 Luca Sbisa 1 19 D Lethbridge Hurricanes WHL
2008 Marc-Andre Bourdon 3 67 D Rouyn-Noranda Huskies QMJHL
2008 Jacob DeSerres 3 84 G Seattle Thunderbirds WHL
2008 Zac Rinaldo 6 178 C Mississauga St. Michael's Majors OHL
2008 Joacim Eriksson 7 196 G Brynas Jrs. Sweden
2007 James Van Riemsdyk 1 2 L US National Under 18 Team
2007 Kevin Marshall 2 41 D Lewiston MAINEiacs QMJHL
2007 Garrett Klotz 3 66 L Saskatoon Blades WHL
2007 Mario Kempe 5 122 R St. John's Fog Devils QMJHL
2007 Jon Kalinski 6 152 L Minnesota State U - Mankato NCAA
2007 Patrick Maroon 6 161 L St. Louis Bandits NAHL
2007 Brad Phillips 7 182 G US National Under 18 Team
2006 Claude Giroux 1 22 R Gatineau Olympiques QMJHL
2006 Andreas Nodl 2 39 R Sioux Falls Stampede USHL
2006 Michael Ratchuk 2 42 D US National Under 18 Team
2006 Denis Bodrov 2 55 D Tolyatti Lada Russia
2006 Jonathan Matsumoto 3 79 C Bowling Green State University NCAA
2006 Joonas Lehtivuori 4 101 D Ilves Jrs Finland
2006 Jakub Kovar 4 109 G Budejovice Jrs Czech Repu
2006 Jon Rheault 5 145 R Providence College NCAA
2006 Michael Dupont 6 175 G Baie-Comeau Drakkar QMJHL
2006 Andrei Popov 7 205 R Chelyabinsk-2 Russia
2005 Steve Downie 1 29 R Windsor Spitfires OHL
2005 Oskars Bartulis 3 91 D Moncton Wildcats QMJHL
2005 Jeremy Duchesne 4 119 G Halifax Mooseheads QMJHL
2005 Josh Beaulieu 5 152 C London Knights OHL
2005 John Flatters 6 174 D Red Deer Rebels WHL
2005 Matt Clackson 7 215 R Chicago Steel USHL
2004 Rob Bellamy 3 92 R New England Jr. Coyotes EJHL
2004 R.J. Anderson 4 101 D Centennial H.S. MN
2004 David Laliberte 4 124 R Prince Edward Island Rocket QMJHL
2004 Chris Zarb 5 144 D Tri-City Storm USHL
2004 Gino Pisellini 5 149 R Plymouth Whalers OHL
2004 Ladislav Scurko 6 170 C Spisska Nova Ves Slovakia
2004 Frederik Cabana 6 171 C Halifax Mooseheads QMJHL
2004 Martin Houle 8 232 G Cape Breton Screaming Eagles QMJHL
2004 Travis Gawryletz 8 253 D Trail Smoke Eaters BCHL
2004 Triston Grant 9 286 L Vancouver Giants WHL
2004 John Carter 9 291 C Brewster Bulldogs NY
2003 Jeff Carter 1 11 C Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds OHL
2003 Mike Richards 1 24 C Kitchener Rangers OHL
2003 Colin Fraser 3 69 C Red Deer Rebels WHL
2003 Stefan Ruzicka 3 81 R Nitra MHC Slovakia
2003 Alexandre Picard 3 85 D Halifax Mooseheads QMJHL
2003 Ryan Potulny 3 87 C Lincoln Stars USHL
2003 Rick Kozak 3 95 R Brandon Wheat Kings WHL
2003 Kevin Romy 4 108 W Servette Geneve SwissA
2003 David Tremblay 5 140 G Hull Olympiques QMJHL
2003 Rejean Beauchemin 6 191 G Prince Albert Raiders WHL
2003 Ville Hostikka 6 193 G SaiPa Jrs. Finland
2002 Joni Pitkanen 1 4 D Karpat FNL
2002 Rosario Ruggeri 4 105 D Chicoutimi Sagueneens QMJHL
2002 Konstantin Baranov 4 126 F Chelyabinsk Mechel Russia
2002 Dov Grumet-Morris 5 161 G Harvard University NCAA
2002 Nikita Korovkin 6 192 D Kamloops Blazers WHL
2002 Joey Mormina 6 193 D Colgate University NCAA
2002 Mathieu Brunelle 7 201 L Victoriaville Tigres QMJHL
2001 Jeff Woywitka 1 27 D Red Deer Rebels WHL
2001 Patrick Sharp 3 95 C U. of Vermont NCAA
2001 Jussi Timonen 5 146 D Kalpa Finland
2001 Bernd Bruckler 5 150 G Tri-City Storm USHL
2001 Roman Malek 5 158 G Slavia Praha HC Czech
2001 Dennis Seidenberg 6 172 D Mannheim Eagles DEL
2001 Andrei Razin 6 177 C Magnitogorsk Metallurg Russia
2001 Thierry Douville 7 208 D Baie-Comeau Drakkar QMJHL
2001 David Printz 7 225 D Great Falls AWHL
2000 Justin Williams 1 28 R Plymouth Whalers OHL
2000 Alexander Drozdetsky 3 94 R St. Petersburg SKA Russia
2000 Roman Cechmanek 6 171 G Vsetin HC Czech
2000 Colin Shields 6 195 F Cleveland Barons NAHL
2000 John Eichelberger 7 210 F Green Bay Gamblers USHL
2000 Guillaume Lefebvre 7 227 L Rouyn-Noranda Huskies QMJHL
2000 Regan Kelly 8 259 D Nipawin Hawks SJHL
2000 Milan Kopecky 9 287 F Slavia Praha Jr. Czech
1999 Maxime Ouellet 1 22 G Quebec Remparts QMJHL
1999 Jeff Feniak 4 119 D Calgary Hitmen WHL
1999 Konstantin Rudenko 6 160 F Cherepovets Severstal Russia
1999 Pavel Kasparik 7 200 F Czech League
1999 Vaclav Pletka 7 208 L Trinec Ocelari HC Czech
1999 David Nystrom 8 224 L Frolunda Sweden
1998 Simon Gagne 1 22 C Quebec Remparts QMJHL
1998 Jason Beckett 2 42 D Seattle Thunderbirds WHL
1998 Ian Forbes 2 51 D Guelph Storm OHL
1998 J.P. Morin 4 109 D Drummondville Voltigeurs QMJHL
1998 Francis Belanger 5 124 L Rimouski Oceanic QMJHL
1998 Garrett Prosofsky 5 139 C Saskatoon Blades WHL
1998 Antero Niittymaki 6 168 G TPS Turku FNL
1998 Cam Ondrik 7 175 G Medicine Hat Tigers WHL
1998 Tomas Divisek 7 195 R Slavia Praha HC Czech
1998 Lubomir Pistek 8 222 R Bratislava Slovan Harvard Slovakia
1998 Petr Hubacek 9 243 C Brno Kometa
1998 Bruno St. Jacques 9 253 D Baie-Comeau Drakkar QMJHL
1998 Sergei Skrobot 9 258 D Dynamo-2 Moscow Russia
1997 Jean-Marc Pelletier 2 30 G Cornell University NCAA
1997 Pat Kavanagh 2 50 R Peterborough Petes OHL
1997 Kris Mallette 3 62 D Kelowna Rockets WHL
1997 Mikhail Chernov 4 103 D Yaroslavl Torpedo Russia
1997 Jordon Flodell 6 158 D Moose Jaw Warriors WHL
1997 Todd Fedoruk 7 164 L Kelowna Rockets WHL
1997 Marko Kauppinen 8 214 D JyP HT Juniors
1997 Par Styf 9 240 D Modo Jrs. Sweden
1996 Dainius Zubrus 1 15 R Pembroke COJHL
1996 Chester Gallant 3 64 R Niagara Falls Thunder OHL
1996 Per-Ragnar Bergkvist 5 124 G Leksands IF SEL
1996 Jesse Boulerice 5 133 R Detroit Whalers OHL
1996 Roman Malov 7 187 C Omsk Avangard Russia
1996 Jeff Milliker 8 213 Moose Jaw Warriors WHL
1995 Brian Boucher 1 22 G Tri-City Americans WHL
1995 Shane Kenny 2 48 D Owen Sound Platers OHL
1995 Radovan Somik 4 100 L Martimex ZTS Martin HC Slovakia
1995 Dmitri Tertyshny 6 132 D Chelyabinsk Traktor Russia
1995 Jamie Sokolsky 6 135 D Belleville Bulls OHL
1995 Martin Spanhel 6 152 L ZPS Zlin Jrs. Czech
1995 Martin Streit 7 178 F HC Olomouc Czech
1995 Ruslan Shafikov 8 204 F Salavat Yulajev Russia
1995 Jeff Lank 9 230 D Prince Albert Raiders WHL
1994 Artem Anisimov 3 62 D Kazan Itil Russia
1994 Adam Magarrell 4 88 Brandon Wheat Kings WHL
1994 Sebastien Vallee 4 101 Victoriaville Tigres QMJHL
1994 Alex Selivanov 6 140 R Moscow Spartak Russia
1994 Colin Forbes 7 166 W Sherwood Park AJHL
1994 Derek Diener 8 192 D Lethbridge Hurricanes WHL
1994 Raymond Giroux 8 202 D Powasson NOHA
1994 Johan Hedberg 9 218 G Leksands IF SEL
1994 Andre Payette 10 244 L Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds OHL
1994 Jan Lipiansky 11 270 F Slovan Bratislava Slovakia
1994 Kirk Nielsen 0 10 R Harvard University NCAA
1993 Janne Niinimaa 2 36 D Karpat FinD1
1993 Vaclav Prospal 3 71 L Ceske Budejovice HC Czech
1993 Milos Holan 3 77 D Vitkovice HC Czech
1993 Vladimir Kretchine 5 114 Chelyabinsk Traktor Russia
1993 Mike Crowley 6 140 D Bloomington Jefferson H.S. MN
1993 Aaron Israel 7 166 G Harvard University NCAA
1993 Paul Healey 8 192 W Prince Albert Raiders WHL
1993 Tripp Tracy 9 218 G Harvard University NCAA
1993 E.J. Bradley 9 226 C Tabor Academy MA
1993 Jeff Staples 10 244 D Brandon Wheat Kings WHL
1993 Ken Hemenway 11 270 D Alaska All-Stars Midget
1993 Shannon Finn 0 10 D U. of Illinois-Chicago NCAA
1992 Ryan Sittler 1 7 L Nichols NY H.S.
1992 Jason Bowen 1 15 L Tri-City Americans WHL
1992 Denis Metlyuk 2 31 L Tolyatti Lada Russia
1992 Vladislav Boulin 5 103 D Penza Dizelist Russia
1992 Roman Zolotov 6 127 D Moscow Dynamo Russia
1992 Kirk Daubenspeck 7 151 G Culver Military Academy IN
1992 Claude Jutras 8 175 R Hull Olympiques QMJHL
1992 Jonas Hakansson 9 199 Malmo IF SEL
1992 Chris Herperger 10 223 C Swift Current Broncos WHL
1992 Patrice Paquin 11 247 L Beauport Harfangs QMJHL
1992 Garett MacDonald 0 7 D Northern Michigan University NCAA
1991 Peter Forsberg 1 6 C Modo Hockey Ornskoldsvik SEL
1991 Yanick Dupre 3 50 L Drummondville Voltigeurs QMJHL
1991 Aris Brimanis 4 86 D Bowling Green State University NCAA
1991 Yanick Degrace 5 94 G Trois Rivieres Draveurs QMJHL
1991 Clayton Norris 6 116 R Medicine Hat Tigers WHL
1991 Dmitry Yushkevich 6 122 D Yaroslavl Torpedo Russia
1991 Andrei Lomakin 7 138 L Moscow Dynamo Russia
1991 Jim Bode 9 182 Plymouth Armstrong H.S. MN
1991 Josh Bartell 10 204 Rome Free Academy NY
1991 Neil Little 11 226 G R.P.I. NCAA
1991 John Parco 12 248 C Belleville Bulls OHL
1991 Angelo Libertucci 0 6 G Bowling Green State University NCAA
1991 Brendan Locke 0 12 Merrimack College NCAA
1990 Mike Ricci 1 4 C Peterborough Petes OHL
1990 Chris Simon 2 25 L Ottawa 67's OHL
1990 Mikael Renberg 2 40 R Pitea Sweden
1990 Terran Sandwith 2 42 D Tri-City Americans WHL
1990 Kimbi Daniels 3 44 C Swift Current Broncos WHL
1990 Bill Armstrong 3 46 D Oshawa Generals OHL
1990 Chris Therien 3 47 D Ottawa 67's OHL
1990 Al Kinisky 3 52 Seattle Thunderbirds WHL
1990 Dan Kordic 5 88 L Medicine Hat Tigers WHL
1990 Viacheslav Butsayev 6 109 C CSKA Moscow Russia
1990 Patrik Englund 8 151 AIK Solna SEL
1990 Toni Porkka 9 172 D Lukko Rauma FNL
1990 Greg Hanson 10 193 D Bloomington Kennedy H.S MN
1990 Tommy Soderstrom 11 214 G Djurgardens IF Stockholm SEL
1990 Billy Lund 12 235 C Roseau H.S. MN
1990 Steve Beadle 0 4 D Michigan State University NCAA
1990 Ray Letourneau 0 8 G Yale University NCAA
1989 Greg Johnson 2 33 C Thunder Bay Flyers USHL
1989 Patrik Juhlin 2 34 L Vasteras IK SEL
1989 Reid Simpson 4 72 L Prince Albert Raiders WHL
1989 Niklas Eriksson 6 117 R Leksands IF SEL
1989 Jack Callahan 7 138 Belmont Hill H.S. MA
1989 Sverre Sears 8 159 D Belmont Hill H.S. MA
1989 Glen Wisser 9 180 F Philadelphia Jr. B
1989 Allen Kummu 10 201 Humboldt Broncos SJHL
1989 Matt Brait 11 222 St. Michael's H.S. MTJHL
1989 James Pollio 12 243 Vermont Academy VT
1989 Jamie Baker 0 17 U. of Windsor CIAU
1988 Claude Boivin 1 14 L Drummondville Voltigeurs QMJHL
1988 Pat Murray 2 35 L Michigan State University NCAA
1988 Craig Fisher 3 56 L Oshawa Jr. B
1988 Dominic Roussel 3 63 G Trois Rivieres Draveurs QMJHL
1988 Scott LaGrand 4 77 G Hotchkiss Academy CT
1988 Edward O'Brien 5 98 Cushing Academy Mass. H.S.
1988 Gord Frantti 6 119 D Calumet H.S. MI
1988 Jamie Cooke 7 140 R Bramalea Jr. B MTJHL
1988 Johann Salle 8 161 Malmo IF SEL
1988 Brian Arthur 9 182 Etobicoke Jr. B
1988 Jeff Dandreta 10 203 Cushing Academy Mass. H.S.
1988 Scott Billey 11 224 Madison Capitols USHL
1988 Dragomir Kadlec 12 245 D Dukla Jihlava Czech
1988 Paul Connell 0 19 G Bowling Green State University NCAA
1987 Darren Rumble 1 20 D Kitchener Rangers OHL
1987 Jeff Harding 2 30 R St. Michael's Jr. B Toronto
1987 Martin Hostak 3 62 R Sparta Praha Czech
1987 Tomaz Eriksson 4 83 Djurgardens IF Stockholm SEL
1987 Bill Gall 5 104 D New Hampton Prep NH
1987 Tony Link 6 125 D Dimond H.S. AK
1987 Marc Strapon 7 146 Hayward H.S. WI
1987 Darryl Ingham 8 167 U. of Manitoba CIAU
1987 Bruce MacDonald 9 188 R Loomis-Chafee H.S. MA
1987 Steve Morrow 10 209 D Westminster H.S. CT
1987 Darius Rusnak 11 230 Bratislava Slovakia
1987 Dale Roehl 12 251 Minnetonka H.S. MN
1987 David Whyte 0 14 Boston College NCAA
1986 Kerry Huffman 1 20 D Guelph Platers OHL
1986 Jukka Seppo 2 23 C Vasa Sport Finland
1986 Kent Hawley 2 28 C Ottawa 67's OHL
1986 Mark Bar 4 83 D Peterborough Petes OHL
1986 Steve Scheifele 6 125 Stratford Jr. B OPJHL
1986 Sami Wahlsten 7 146 F TPS Turku FNL
1986 Murray Baron 8 167 D Vernon Lakers BCJHL
1986 Blaine Rude 9 188 F Fergus Falls H.S ND
1986 Shaun Sabol 10 209 St. Paul Vulcans USHL
1986 Brett Lawrence 11 230 Rochester Jr. Americans
1986 Dan Stephano 12 251 G Northwood Prep NY
1985 Glen Seabrooke 1 21 C Peterborough Petes OHL
1985 Bruce Rendall 2 42 L Chatham Jr. B OPJHL
1985 Darryl Gilmour 3 48 G Moose Jaw Warriors WHL
1985 Shane Whelan 3 63 C Oshawa Generals OHL
1985 Paul Marshall 4 84 Northwood Prep NY
1985 Daril Holmes 5 105 R Kingston Canadians OHL
1985 Ken Alexander 6 126 D Kitchener Rangers OHL
1985 Tony Horacek 7 147 L Kelowna Wings WHL
1985 Mike Cusack 8 168 F Dubuque Fighting Saints USHL
1985 Gord Murphy 9 189 D Oshawa Generals OHL
1985 Rod Williams 11 231 R Kelowna Wings WHL
1985 Paul Maurice 12 252 D Windsor Compuware Spitfires OHL
1984 Greg Smyth 2 22 D London Knights OHL
1984 Scott Mellanby 2 27 R Henry Carr H.S. Toronto
1984 Jeff Chychrun 2 37 D Kingston Canadians OHL
1984 Dave McLay 3 43 F Kelowna Wings WHL
1984 John Stevens 3 47 D Oshawa Generals OHL
1984 David Hanson 4 79 Grand Forks H.S. ND
1984 Brian Dobbin 5 100 R London Knights OHL
1984 John Dzikowski 6 121 C Brandon Wheat Kings WHL
1984 Tom Allen 7 142 D Kitchener Rangers OHL
1984 Luke Vitale 8 163 F Henry Carr H.S. Toronto
1984 Billy Powers 9 184 F Matignon H.S. MA
1984 Daryn Fersovich 10 204 F St. Albert Saints AJHL
1984 Juraj Bakos 12 245 D Kosice Czech
1983 Peter Zezel 2 41 C Toronto Marlboros OHL
1983 Derrick Smith 3 44 C Peterborough Petes OHL
1983 Allen Bourbeau 4 81 C Acton-Boxboro H.S. MA
1983 Jerome Carrier 5 101 D Verdun Juniors QMJHL
1983 Rick Tocchet 6 121 R Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds OHL
1983 Bob Mormina 7 141 F Longueuil Chevaliers QMJHL
1983 Pelle Eklund 8 161 C AIK Solna SEL
1983 Robbie Nichols 9 181 R Kitchener Rangers OHL
1983 Bill McCormack 10 201 Westminster H.S. CT
1983 Brian Jopling 11 221 G Williston Academy MA
1983 Harold Duvall 12 241 Belmont Hill H.S. MA
1982 Ron Sutter 1 4 C Lethbridge Broncos WHL
1982 Miroslav Dvorak 3 46 D Ceske Budejovice HC Czech
1982 Bill Campbell 3 47 D Montreal Juniors QMJHL
1982 Michael Hjalm 4 77 F Modo Hockey Ornskoldsvik SEL
1982 Todd Bergen 5 98 C Prince Albert Raiders SJHL
1982 Ron Hextall 6 119 G Brandon Wheat Kings WHL
1982 Dave Brown 7 140 F Saskatoon Blades WHL
1982 Alain Lavigne 8 161 R Shawinigan Cataractes QMJHL
1982 Magnus Roupe 9 182 L Farjestads BK Karlstad SEL
1982 Tom Allen 10 203 G Michigan Tech NCAA
1982 Rick Gal 11 224 F Lethbridge Broncos WHL
1982 Mark Vichorek 12 245 D Sioux City Musketeers USHL
1981 Steve Smith 1 16 D Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds OHL
1981 Rich Costello 2 37 F Natick H.S. MA
1981 Barry Tabobondung 3 47 D Oshawa Generals OHL
1981 Ken Strong 3 58 F Peterborough Petes OHL
1981 Dave Michayluk 4 65 L Regina Pats WHL
1981 Ken Latta 4 79 R Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds OHL
1981 Justin Hanley 5 100 Kingston Canadians OHL
1981 Andre Villeneuve 6 121 D Chicoutimi Sagueneens QMJHL
1981 Vladimir Svitek 7 137 F Kosice Czech
1981 Gil Hudon 7 142 G Prince Albert Saints SJHL
1981 Steve Taylor 8 163 Providence College NCAA
1981 Len Hachborn 9 184 C Brantford Alexanders OHL
1981 Steve Tsujiura 10 205 C Medicine Hat Tigers WHL
1980 Mike Stothers 1 21 D Kingston Canadians OHA
1980 Jay Fraser 2 42 Ottawa 67's OHA
1980 Paul Mercier 3 63 Sudbury Wolves OHA
1980 Taras Zytynsky 4 84 D Montreal Juniors QMJHL
1980 Dan Held 5 105 F Seattle Breakers WHL
1980 Brian Tutt 6 126 D Calgary Wranglers WHL
1980 Ross Fitzpatrick 7 147 F Western Michigan University NCAA
1980 Mark Botell 8 168 D Brantford Alexanders OHA
1980 Peter Dineen 9 189 D Kingston Canadians OHA
1980 Bob O'Brien 10 195 Dixie Beehives OPJHL
1980 Andy Brickley 10 210 L U. of New Hampshire NCAA
1979 Brian Propp 1 14 F Brandon Wheat Kings WHL
1979 Blake Wesley 2 22 D Portland Winter Hawks WHL
1979 Pelle Lindbergh 2 35 G Sweden
1979 Lindsay Carson 3 56 C Billings Bighorns WHL
1979 Don Gillen 4 77 R Brandon Wheat Kings WHL
1979 Thomas Eriksson 5 98 D Swedish Jr. Nationals
1979 Gord Williams 6 119 F Lethbridge Broncos WHL
1978 Behn Wilson 1 6 D Kingston Canadians OHA
1978 Ken Linseman 1 7 F Birmingham Bulls WHA
1978 Danny Lucas 1 14 W Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds OHA
1978 Mike Simurda 2 33 Kingston Canadians OHA
1978 Gord Salt 3 37 Michigan Tech NCAA
1978 Glen Cochrane 3 50 D Victoria Cougars WCHL
1978 Russ Wilderman 4 67 Seattle Breakers WCHL
1978 Brad Tamblyn 5 83 Toronto Marlboros OHA
1978 Mark Taylor 6 100 F U. of North Dakota NCAA
1978 Mike Ewanowski 7 117 R Boston College NCAA
1978 Jerry Price 8 126 G Portland Winter Hawks WCHL
1978 Darre Switzer 8 134 L Medicine Hat Tigers WCHL
1978 Greg Francis 9 151 St. Lawrence University NCAA
1978 Rick Berard 10 167 St. Mary's University CIAU
1978 Don Lucia 10 168 D Notre Dame NCAA
1978 Mark Berge 11 182 F U. of North Dakota NCAA
1978 Ken Moore 11 183 G Clarkson University NCAA
1978 Jim Olson 12 195 R St. Paul Vulcans USHL
1978 Anton Stastny 12 198 F Bratislava Slovakia
1977 Kevin McCarthy 1 17 D Winnipeg Monarchs WCHL
1977 Tom Gorence 2 35 R U. of Minnesota NCAA
1977 Dave Hoyda 3 53 L Portland Winter Hawks WCHL
1977 Yves Guillemette 4 67 G Shawinigan Dynamos QMJHL
1977 Rene Hamelin 4 71 R Shawinigan Dynamos QMJHL
1977 Dan Clark 5 89 D Kamloops Chiefs WCHL
1977 Alain Chaput 6 107 C Sorel Black Hawks QMJHL
1977 Richard Dalpe 7 123 Trois Rivieres Draveurs QMJHL
1977 Pete Peeters 8 135 G Medicine Hat Tigers WCHL
1977 Clint Eccles 8 136 C Kamloops Chiefs WCHL
1977 Mike Greeder 8 139 D St. Paul Vulcans MJHL
1977 Tom Bauer 9 150 W Providence College NCAA
1977 Michel Bauman 9 151 D Hull Olympiques QMJHL
1977 Bruce Crowder 9 153 F U. of New Hampshire NCAA
1977 Rob Nicholson 10 158 St. Paul Vulcans MJHL
1977 Dave Isherwood 10 159 Winnipeg Monarchs WCHL
1977 Steve Jones 10 161 G Ohio State University NCAA
1977 Jim Trainor 11 165 D Harvard University NCAA
1977 Barry Duench 11 166 C Kitchener Rangers OHA
1977 Rod McNair 11 168 Ohio State University NCAA
1977 Mike Laycock 12 172 G Brown University NCAA
1976 Mark Suzor 1 17 D Kingston Canadians OHA
1976 Drew Callander 2 35 C Regina Pats WCHL
1976 Craig Hamner 3 53 D Mohawk Valley Comets NAHL
1976 Dave Hynek 4 71 D Kingston Canadians OHA
1976 Robin Lang 5 89 Cornell University NCAA
1976 Paul Klasinski 6 107 St. Paul Vulcans MJHL
1976 Ray Kurpis 7 117 R Austin Mavericks MJHL
1975 Mel Bridgman 1 1 C Victoria Cougars WCHL
1975 Bob Ritchie 3 54 L Sorel Black Hawks QMJHL
1975 Rick St. Croix 4 72 G Oshawa Generals OHA
1975 Gary Morrison 5 90 F U. of Michigan NCAA
1975 Paul Holmgren 6 108 F U. of Minnesota NCAA
1975 Dana Decker 7 126 L Michigan Tech NCAA
1975 Viktor Khatulev 9 160 Soviet Juniors
1975 Duffy Smith 10 175 Bowling Green State University NCAA
1974 Don McLean 2 35 D Sudbury Wolves OHA
1974 Bob Sirois 3 53 R Montreal Red White and Blue QMJHL
1974 Randy Andreachuk 4 71 C Kamloops Chiefs WCHL
1974 Dennis Sobchuk 5 89 C Regina Pats WCHL
1974 Willie Friesen 6 107 Swift Current Broncos WCHL
1974 Reggie Lemelin 7 125 G Sherbrooke Beavers QMJHL
1974 Steve Short 8 142 Minnesota Junior Stars MJHL
1974 Peter MacKenzie 9 159 St. Francis Xavier University CIAU
1974 Marcel Labrosse 10 174 C Shawinigan Dynamos QMJHL
1974 Scott Jessee 11 189 R Michigan Tech NCAA
1974 Richard Guay 12 201 G Chicoutimi Sagueneens QMJHL
1974 Brad Morrow 13 211 U. of Minnesota NCAA
1974 Craig Arvidson 14 219 L U. of Minnesota-Duluth NCAA
1973 Larry Goodenough 2 20 D London Knights OHA
1973 Brent Leavins 2 26 L Swift Current Broncos WCHL
1973 Bob Stumpf 3 40 R/D New Westminster Bruins WCHL
1973 Mike Clarke 3 42 C Calgary Centennials WCHL
1973 Dale Cook 4 58 L Victoria Cougars WCHL
1973 Michel Latrielle 5 74 D Montreal Red White and Blue QMJHL
1973 Doug Ferguson 6 90 D Hamilton Red Wings OHA
1973 Tom Young 7 106 D Sudbury Wolves OHA
1973 Norm Barnes 8 122 D Michigan State University NCAA
1973 Dan O'Donohue 9 137 D Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds OHA
1973 Brian Dick 10 153 R Winnipeg Jets WCHL
1972 Bill Barber 1 7 L Kitchener Rangers OHA
1972 Tom Bladon 2 23 D Edmonton Oil Kings WCHL
1972 Jimmy Watson 3 39 D Calgary Centennials WCHL
1972 Al MacAdam 4 55 R Charlottetown Islanders
1972 Daryl Fedorak 5 71 G Victoria Cougars WCHL
1972 Dave Hasting 6 87 G Charlottetown Islanders
1972 Serge Beaudoin 7 103 D Trois Rivieres Ducs QMJHL
1972 Pat Russell 8 119 R Vancouver Nats WCHL
1972 Ray Boutin 9 135 G Sorel Black Hawks QMJHL
1971 Larry Wright 1 8 C Regina Pats WCHL
1971 Pierre Plante 1 9 R Drummondville Rangers QMJHL
1971 Glen Irwin 3 36 D Estevan Bruins WCHL
1971 Ted Scharf 4 50 R Kitchener Rangers OHA
1971 Don McCulloch 5 64 D Niagara Falls Flyers OHA
1971 Yvon Bilodeau 6 78 D Estevan Bruins WCHL
1971 Bobby Gerrard 7 92 R Regina Pats WCHL
1971 Jerome Mrazek 8 106 G U. of Minnesota-Duluth NCAA
1970 Bill Clement 2 18 C Ottawa 67's OHA
1970 Bob Kelly 3 32 L Oshawa Generals OHA
1970 Jacques Lapierre 4 46 D Shawinigan Bruins QMJHL
1970 Doug Kerslake 5 60 R Edmonton Oil Kings WCHL
1970 Dennis Giannini 6 74 L London Knights OHA
1970 Hank Nowak 7 87 L Oshawa Generals OHA
1970 Gary Cunningham 8 99 D St. Catharines Black Hawks OHA
1970 Jean Daigle 9 109 L Sorel Black Hawks QMJHL
1969 Bob Currier 1 6 C Cornwall
1969 Bobby Clarke 2 17 C Flin Flon Bombers WCHL
1969 Willie Brossart 3 28 L Estevan Bruins WCHL
1969 Michel Belhumeur 4 40 G Drummondville Rangers QJHL
1969 Dave Schultz 5 52 L Sorel
1969 Don Saleski 6 64 R Regina Pats SJHL
1969 Claude Chartre 8 81 C Drummondville Rangers QJHL
1968 Lew Morrison 1 8 R Flin Flon Bombers WCHL
1967 Serge Bernier 1 5 R Sorel
1967 Al Sarault 2 14 D Pembroke Jr. A


Philadelphia Flyers 1967-1968 Season Review


Coach - Keith Allen

Games Played: 74
Regular Season Wins: 31
Regular Season Loses: 32
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 73

Finished: First (1st) in the Western Division

Philadelphia Flyers defeated by St. Louis Blues in the Quarter Final 4 - 3 - 0


Philadelphia Flyers 1968-1969 Season Review


Coach - Keith Allen

Games Played: 76
Regular Season Wins: 20
Regular Season Loses: 35
Regular Season Ties: 21
Regular Season Points: 61

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Western Division

Philadelphia Flyers defeated by St. Louis Blues in the Quarter Final 4 - 0 - 0


Philadelphia Flyers 1969-1970 Season Review


Coach - Vic Stasiuk

Games Played: 76
Regular Season Wins: 17
Regular Season Loses: 35
Regular Season Ties: 24
Regular Season Points: 58

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Western Division



Philadelphia Flyers 1970-1971 Season Review


Coach - Vic Stasiuk

Games Played: 78
Regular Season Wins: 28
Regular Season Loses: 33
Regular Season Ties: 17
Regular Season Points: 73

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Western Division

Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Chicago Black Hawks in the Quarter Final 4 - 0 - 0


Philadelphia Flyers 1971-1972 Season Review


Coach - Fred Shero

Games Played: 78
Regular Season Wins: 26
Regular Season Loses: 38
Regular Season Ties: 14
Regular Season Points: 66

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Western Division


Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy - Bobby Clarke

Philadelphia Flyers 1972-1973 Season Review


Coach - Fred Shero

Games Played: 78
Regular Season Wins: 37
Regular Season Loses: 30
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 85

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Western Division

Philadelphia Flyers defeated in the Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0

Hart Memorial Trophy - Bobby Clarke
NHL All-Star Second Team - Bobby Clarke

Philadelphia Flyers 1973-1974 Season Review


Coach - Fred Shero

Games Played: 78
Regular Season Wins: 50
Regular Season Loses: 16
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 112

Finished: First (1st) in the Western Division

Philadelphia Flyers defeated in the Quarter Final 4 - 0 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated New York Rangers in the Semi Final 4 - 3 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated Boston Bruins in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 2 - 0

Conn Smythe Trophy - Bernie Parent
NHL All-Star Team - Bernie Parent
Lester B. Pearson Award - Bobby Clarke
NHL All-Star Second Team - Barry Ashbee
NHL All-Star Second Team - Bobby Clarke
Vezina Trophy - Bernie Parent

Philadelphia Flyers 1974-1975 Season Review


Coach - Fred Shero

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 51
Regular Season Loses: 18
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 113

Finished: First (1st) in the league of the Campbell Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated Toronto Maple Leafs in the Quarter Final 4 - 0 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated New York Islanders in the Semi Final 4 - 3 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated Buffalo Sabres in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 2 - 0

Conn Smythe Trophy - Bernie Parent
NHL All-Star Team - Bobby Clarke
NHL All-Star Team - Bernie Parent
Hart Memorial Trophy - Bobby Clarke
Vezina Trophy - Bernie Parent

Philadelphia Flyers 1975-1976 Season Review


Coach - Fred Shero

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 51
Regular Season Loses: 13
Regular Season Ties: 16
Regular Season Points: 118

Finished: First (1st) in the league of the Campbell Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated Toronto Maple Leafs in the Quarter Final 4 - 3 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated Boston Bruins in the Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 0 - 0

Conn Smythe Trophy - Reggie Leach
NHL All-Star Team - Bill Barber
NHL All-Star Team - Bobby Clarke
Hart Memorial Trophy - Bobby Clarke
NHL All-Star Second Team - Reggie Leach

Philadelphia Flyers 1976-1977 Season Review


Coach - Fred Shero

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 48
Regular Season Loses: 16
Regular Season Ties: 16
Regular Season Points: 112

Finished: First (1st) in the league of the Campbell Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated Toronto Maple Leafs in the Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Boston Bruins in the Semi Final 4 - 0 - 0


Philadelphia Flyers 1977-1978 Season Review


Coach - Fred Shero

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 45
Regular Season Loses: 20
Regular Season Ties: 15
Regular Season Points: 105

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league of the Campbell Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated in the Preliminary Round 2 - 0 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated Buffalo Sabres in the Quarter Final 4 - 1 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Boston Bruins in the Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0


Philadelphia Flyers 1978-1979 Season Review


Coach - Bob McCammon

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 40
Regular Season Loses: 25
Regular Season Ties: 15
Regular Season Points: 95

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league of the Campbell Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated Vancouver Canucks in the Preliminary Round 2 - 1 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated by New York Rangers in the Quarter Final 4 - 1 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Bill Barber

Philadelphia Flyers 1979-1980 Season Review


Coach - Pat Quinn

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 48
Regular Season Loses: 12
Regular Season Ties: 20
Regular Season Points: 116

Finished: First (1st) in the league of the Campbell Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated Edmonton Oilers in the Preliminary Round 3 - 0 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated New York Rangers in the Quarter Final 4 - 1 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated in the Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated by New York Islanders in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 2 - 0


Philadelphia Flyers 1980-1981 Season Review


Coach - Pat Quinn

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 41
Regular Season Loses: 24
Regular Season Ties: 15
Regular Season Points: 97

Finished: Second (2nd) in the league of the Campbell Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated in the Preliminary Round 3 - 2 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Calgary Flames in the Quarter Final 4 - 3 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Bill Barber

Philadelphia Flyers 1981-1982 Season Review


Coach - Bob McCammon

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 38
Regular Season Loses: 31
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 87

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league of the Whales Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated by New York Rangers in the Division Semi Final 3 - 1 - 0


Philadelphia Flyers 1982-1983 Season Review


Coach - Bob McCammon

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 49
Regular Season Loses: 23
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 106

Finished: First (1st) in the league of the Whales Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated by New York Rangers in the Division Semi Final 3 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Rookie Team - Pelle Lindbergh
NHL All-Star Team - Mark Howe
Frank J. Selke Trophy - Bobby Clarke

Philadelphia Flyers 1983-1984 Season Review


Coach - Bob McCammon

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 44
Regular Season Loses: 26
Regular Season Ties: 10
Regular Season Points: 98

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league of the Whales Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Washington Capitals in the Division Semi Final 3 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Rookie Team - Thomas Eriksson

Philadelphia Flyers 1984-1985 Season Review


Coach - Mike Keenan

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 53
Regular Season Loses: 20
Regular Season Ties: 7
Regular Season Points: 113

Finished: First (1st) in the league of the Whales Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated New York Rangers in the Division Semi Final 3 - 0 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated New York Islanders in the Division Final 4 - 1 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated in the Conference Final 4 - 2 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Edmonton Oilers in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 1 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Pelle Lindbergh
Vezina Trophy - Pelle Lindbergh

Philadelphia Flyers 1985-1986 Season Review


Coach - Mike Keenan

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 53
Regular Season Loses: 23
Regular Season Ties: 4
Regular Season Points: 110

Finished: First (1st) in the league of the Whales Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated by New York Rangers in the Division Semi Final 3 - 2 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - Mark Howe
William M. Jennings Trophy - Bob Froese
William M. Jennings Trophy - Darren Jensen
Plus-Minus Award - Mark Howe
NHL All-Star Second Team - Bob Froese

Philadelphia Flyers 1986-1987 Season Review


Coach - Mike Keenan

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 46
Regular Season Loses: 26
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 100

Finished: First (1st) in the league of the Whales Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated New York Rangers in the Division Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated New York Islanders in the Division Final 4 - 3 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated Montreal Canadiens in the Conference Final 4 - 2 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Edmonton Oilers in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 3 - 0

NHL All-Rookie Team - Ron Hextall
Conn Smythe Trophy - Ron Hextall
NHL All-Star Team - Ron Hextall
NHL All-Star Team - Mark Howe
NHL All-Star Second Team - Tim Kerr
Frank J. Selke Trophy - Dave Poulin
Vezina Trophy - Ron Hextall

Philadelphia Flyers 1987-1988 Season Review


Coach - Mike Keenan

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 38
Regular Season Loses: 33
Regular Season Ties: 9
Regular Season Points: 85

Finished: Third (3rd) in the league of the Whales Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Washington Capitals in the Division Semi Final 4 - 3 - 0


Philadelphia Flyers 1988-1989 Season Review


Coach - Paul Holmgren

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 36
Regular Season Loses: 36
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 80

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the league of the Whales Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated Washington Capitals in the Division Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated Pittsburgh Penguins in the Division Final 4 - 3 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Montreal Canadiens in the Conference Final 4 - 2 - 0

Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy - Tim Kerr

Philadelphia Flyers 1989-1990 Season Review


Coach - Paul Holmgren

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 30
Regular Season Loses: 39
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 71

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the league of the Whales Conference



Philadelphia Flyers 1990-1991 Season Review


Coach - Paul Holmgren

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 33
Regular Season Loses: 37
Regular Season Ties: 10
Regular Season Points: 76

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the league of the Whales Conference



Philadelphia Flyers 1991-1992 Season Review


Coach - Bill Dineen

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 32
Regular Season Loses: 37
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 75

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the league of the Whales Conference



Philadelphia Flyers 1992-1993 Season Review


Coach - Bill Dineen

Games Played: 84
Regular Season Wins: 36
Regular Season Loses: 37
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 83

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the league of the Whales Conference


NHL All-Rookie Team - Eric Lindros

Philadelphia Flyers 1993-1994 Season Review


Coach - Terry Simpson

Games Played: 84
Regular Season Wins: 35
Regular Season Loses: 39
Regular Season Ties: 10
Regular Season Points: 80

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference


NHL All-Rookie Team - Mikael Renberg

Philadelphia Flyers 1994-1995 Season Review


Coach - Terry Murray

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 28
Regular Season Loses: 16
Regular Season Ties: 4
Regular Season Points: 60

Finished: First (1st) in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated Buffalo Sabres in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 1 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated New York Rangers in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 0 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated by New Jersey Devils in the Conference Final 4 - 2 - 0

NHL All-Rookie Team - Chris Therien
NHL All-Star Team - Eric Lindros
Hart Memorial Trophy - Eric Lindros
Lester B. Pearson Award - Eric Lindros

Philadelphia Flyers 1995-1996 Season Review


Coach - Terry Murray

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 45
Regular Season Loses: 24
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 103

Finished: First (1st) in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated Tampa Bay Lightning in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Florida Panthers in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - John LeClair
NHL All-Star Second Team - Eric Lindros

Philadelphia Flyers 1996-1997 Season Review


Coach - Terry Murray

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 45
Regular Season Loses: 24
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 103

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated Pittsburgh Penguins in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 1 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated Buffalo Sabres in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated New York Rangers in the Conference Final 4 - 1 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Detroit Red Wings in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Rookie Team - Janne Niinimaa
Plus-Minus Award - John LeClair
NHL All-Star Second Team - John LeClair

Philadelphia Flyers 1997-1998 Season Review


Coach - Wayne Cashman

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 42
Regular Season Loses: 29
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 95

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Buffalo Sabres in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 1 - 0

NHL All-Star Team - John LeClair

Philadelphia Flyers 1998-1999 Season Review


Coach - Roger Neilson

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 37
Regular Season Loses: 26
Regular Season Ties: 19
Regular Season Points: 93

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Toronto Maple Leafs in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0

Plus-Minus Award - John LeClair
NHL All-Star Second Team - Eric Desjardins
NHL All-Star Second Team - John LeClair

Philadelphia Flyers 1999-2000 Season Review


Coach - Roger Neilson

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 45
Regular Season Loses: 22
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 105

Finished: First (1st) in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated Buffalo Sabres in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 1 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated Pittsburgh Penguins in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated by New Jersey Devils in the Conference Final 4 - 3 - 0

NHL All-Rookie Team - Brian Boucher
NHL All-Rookie Team - Simon Gagne
NHL All-Star Second Team - Eric Desjardins

Philadelphia Flyers 2000-2001 Season Review


Coach - Bill Barber

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 43
Regular Season Loses: 25
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 100

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Buffalo Sabres in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Roman Cechmanek

Philadelphia Flyers 2001-2002 Season Review


Coach - Bill Barber

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 42
Regular Season Loses: 27
Regular Season Ties: 10
Regular Season Points: 97

Finished: First (1st) in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Ottawa Senators in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 1 - 0


Philadelphia Flyers 2002-2003 Season Review


Coach - Ken Hitchcock

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 45
Regular Season Loses: 20
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 107

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated Toronto Maple Leafs in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 3 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Ottawa Senators in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0

William M. Jennings Trophy - Roman Cechmanek
William M. Jennings Trophy - Robert Esche

Philadelphia Flyers 2003-2004 Season Review


Coach - Ken Hitchcock

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 40
Regular Season Loses: 21
Regular Season Ties: 15
Regular Season Points: 101

Finished: First (1st) in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated New Jersey Devils in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 1 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated Toronto Maple Leafs in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Tampa Bay Lightning in the Conference Final 4 - 3 - 0

NHL All-Rookie Team - Joni Pitkanen

Philadelphia Flyers 2004-2005 Season Review


Season Cancelled due to Labor Negotiations


Philadelphia Flyers 2005-2006 Season Review


Coach - Ken Hitchcock

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 45
Regular Season Loses: 26
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 101

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Buffalo Sabres in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0


Philadelphia Flyers 2006-2007 Season Review


Coach - Ken Hitchcock

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 22
Regular Season Loses: 48
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 56

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference



Philadelphia Flyers 2007-2008 Season Review


Coach - John Stevens

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 42
Regular Season Loses: 29
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 95

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated Washington Capitals in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 3 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated Montreal Canadiens in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Pittsburgh Penguins in the Conference Final 4 - 1 - 0


Philadelphia Flyers 2008-2009 Season Review


Coach - John Stevens

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 44
Regular Season Loses: 27
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 99

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Pittsburgh Penguins in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0


Philadelphia Flyers 2009-2010 Season Review


Coach - Peter Laviolette

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 41
Regular Season Loses: 35
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 88

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference

Philadelphia Flyers defeated New Jersey Devils in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 1 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated Boston Bruins in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 3 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated Montreal Canadiens in the Conference Final 4 - 1 - 0
Philadelphia Flyers defeated by Chicago Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 2 - 0

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