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Philadelphia Flyers vs Buffalo Sabers Great tickets Sun 1 7 18
Philadelphia Flyers vs Buffalo Sabers Great tickets Sun 1 7 18

$200.00

2 PHILADELPHIA FLYERS SEASON TICKETS RIGHTS PSL sec 101 row 11 CENTER ICE
2 PHILADELPHIA FLYERS SEASON TICKETS RIGHTS PSL sec 101 row 11 CENTER ICE

$19,887.00

3 PHILADELPHIA FLYERS SEASON TICKETS RIGHTS PSL s102r6 BLUE LINE FLYERS SHOOT 2X
3 PHILADELPHIA FLYERS SEASON TICKETS RIGHTS PSL s102r6 BLUE LINE FLYERS SHOOT 2X

$19,887.00

2 12 Philadelphia Flyers Islanders Rookie Game Tickets 9 13 Wells Fargo Center
2 12 Philadelphia Flyers Islanders Rookie Game Tickets 9 13 Wells Fargo Center

$99.00

2 Philadelphia Flyers Season Tickets Rights PSL SBL sec 103 Row 23
2 Philadelphia Flyers Season Tickets Rights PSL SBL sec 103 Row 23

$4,695.00

PHILADELPHIA FLYERS LAST GAME AT SPECTRUM COMMEMORATIVE TICKET OCT 7 2008
PHILADELPHIA FLYERS LAST GAME AT SPECTRUM COMMEMORATIVE TICKET OCT 7 2008

$25.00

2 Philadelphia Flyers Season Tickets Rights PSL SBL sec 202 Row 12
2 Philadelphia Flyers Season Tickets Rights PSL SBL sec 202 Row 12

$3,495.00

3 Philadelphia Flyers Season Tickets Rights PSL SBL sec 111 Row 20
3 Philadelphia Flyers Season Tickets Rights PSL SBL sec 111 Row 20

$5,995.00

2 Philadelphia Flyers Lower Level Blue Line tickets PSL RIGHTS 2018
2 Philadelphia Flyers Lower Level Blue Line tickets PSL RIGHTS 2018

$4,999.00

4 Philadelphia Flyers Lower Level Blue Line tickets PSL RIGHTS 2018
4 Philadelphia Flyers Lower Level Blue Line tickets PSL RIGHTS 2018

$9,999.00

2 Detroit Red Wings Tickets 1 23 18 vs Philadelphia Flyers Section 228 Row 4
2 Detroit Red Wings Tickets 1 23 18 vs Philadelphia Flyers Section 228 Row 4

$200.00

Philadelphia Flyers Season Ticket Holder Lithograph Poster 2004
Philadelphia Flyers Season Ticket Holder Lithograph Poster 2004

$50.00

Philadelphia Flyers Portfolio Season Ticket Holder Watermarked Paper Pad 6 x 8
Philadelphia Flyers Portfolio Season Ticket Holder Watermarked Paper Pad 6 x 8

$22.99

Philadelphia Flyers Season Ticket Holder Holiday Gift Pin Tie Tack
Philadelphia Flyers Season Ticket Holder Holiday Gift Pin Tie Tack

$39.99

Philadelphia Flyers LAST GAME  SPECTRUM 9 27 08 Ticket
Philadelphia Flyers LAST GAME SPECTRUM 9 27 08 Ticket

$75.00

1982 Philadelphia Flyers Stanley Cup UNUSED GAME Tickets
1982 Philadelphia Flyers Stanley Cup UNUSED GAME Tickets

$69.99

Philadelphia Flyers LAST GAME TICKET  SPECTRUM 9 27 08 Ticket rare collectible
Philadelphia Flyers LAST GAME TICKET SPECTRUM 9 27 08 Ticket rare collectible

$49.67

Philadelphia Flyers vs Vancouver Canucks 11 21 2nd Row Tickets with VIP Parking
Philadelphia Flyers vs Vancouver Canucks 11 21 2nd Row Tickets with VIP Parking

$260.00

Philadelphia Flyers Season Ticket Commemorative Keychain NHL Hockey
Philadelphia Flyers Season Ticket Commemorative Keychain NHL Hockey

$30.00

1985 STANLEY CUP PHILADELPHIA FLYERS PLAYOFF COMPLETE TICKET STUB SET
1985 STANLEY CUP PHILADELPHIA FLYERS PLAYOFF COMPLETE TICKET STUB SET

$748.99

PHILADELPHIA FLYERS SEASON TICKET GIVEAWAY LITHO 41 AUTOS CLARKE PARENTW COA
PHILADELPHIA FLYERS SEASON TICKET GIVEAWAY LITHO 41 AUTOS CLARKE PARENTW COA

$319.49

NHL Philadelphia Flyers Season Ticket Holder Hockey Puck
NHL Philadelphia Flyers Season Ticket Holder Hockey Puck

$40.00

1997 Philadelphia Flyers Stanley Cup Finals Ghost Ticket Lot Of 4 Games 11
1997 Philadelphia Flyers Stanley Cup Finals Ghost Ticket Lot Of 4 Games 11

$75.00

2015 16 PHILADELPHIA FLYERS SEASON TICKET BOOK SET SHAYNE GOSTISBEHERE PLAYOFFS
2015 16 PHILADELPHIA FLYERS SEASON TICKET BOOK SET SHAYNE GOSTISBEHERE PLAYOFFS

$29.97

Philadelphia Flyers 15 Full Ticket stubs 1981 82 NHL Vintage excellent condition
Philadelphia Flyers 15 Full Ticket stubs 1981 82 NHL Vintage excellent condition

$34.99



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It can be argued that no other NHL team outside the "Original Six" has as much history as the Philadelphia Flyers. This legendary squad was one of the original expansion teams back in 1967, joining the league along with the Minnesota North Stars, St. Louis Blues, Los Angeles Kings, Oakland Seals, and the Pittsburgh Penguins. Though their first NHL wasn't exactly memorable, a 5-1 loss to the Seals, they did manage to capture a division title in their inaugural year - admittedly with a sub .500 record. They were ousted from the playoffs in the first round by the St. Louis Blues.

The following year was worse for the Flyers. They finished a woeful 15 games under .500, and though they somehow managed to squeak into the playoffs, they were physically punished in the first round by the Blues, and exited the playoffs meekly without winning a single game in the best of 7 series.

At that point owner Ed Snider made a decision, one that would ultimately shape the character of the Flyers franchise for decades to come. Disgusted that the Flyers had been bullied by the Blues he instructed team General Manager to build a team that was bigger, tougher and meaner. Poile and his successor Keith Allen would reconstruct a team according to Snider's vision, one that would go down as perhaps the most feared, most hated team in the history of the sport.

The Broad Street Bullies

The Flyers took a chance on a young superstar from Flin Flon, Manitoba. Bobby Clarke was considered a risk because he suffered from diabetes, but this fierce competitor never let the disease stand in the way of his goals. The talented, yet antagonistic center led by example, sacrificing his body and using every last ounce of determination to help his team to victory. He was certainly one of the meanest players to ever pick up a hockey stick, and his vicious stickwork earned him the fear of his opponents, giving him room to exercise his world-class skill.

However, Clarke wasn't the only member of the Flyers who instilled fear in his opponents. Dave "The Hammer" Schultz, Bob "Machine Gun" Kelly, Andre Dupont and Ed Van Impe all terrorized opposing teams with their excessively physical brand of hockey. Meanwhile players like Bill Barber, Reggie Leach, Rick MacLeish and, of course, Clarke himself filled the net.

The intimidation tactics of the Flyers were so successful that in 1973-74 they became the first expansion team to win the Stanley Cup, defeating Bobby Orr and the powerful Boston Bruins 4 games to 2 in the Stanley Cup Finals. Just to prove it wasn't a fluke they won it again the following year, this time dispatching Gilbert Perreault and the Buffalo Sabres, largely on the strength of a brilliant goaltending performance by superstar netminder Bernie Parent, a quirky character who is widely considered the greatest goalie to ever don a Philadelphia Flyers jersey.

The run of the Broad Street Bullies would end the following season with the onset of the Montreal Canadiens. Led by superstars like Guy Lafleur, Steve Shutt, Yvan Cournoyer, Larry Robinson and Serge Savard the Canadiens were not only supremely talented but they weren't intimidated in the least by the Flyers' physical style of play. Though the Flyers' Stanley Cup streak would stop at two most teams around the league remained leery of coming into the Spectrum to play the Flyers.

As it turns out that 1975 Stanley Cup would be the last one the Flyers would win. However, they have continued to be a force to be reckoned with throughout the years, returning to the Stanley Cup Finals in 1980,1985,1987,1997 and most recently in 2010. In 1980 their run was ended on an overtime goal by Bob Nystrom of the New York Islanders. In 1987 they would come even closer, taking Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier and the rest of the Edmonton Oilers to 7 games before bowing out. Despite the loss, Flyers' goaltender Ron Hextall won the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP after putting on one of the greatest performances in the history of the franchise.

The Arrival of the "Next One"

The 1992-93 would be another watershed moment in the history of the franchise. Eric Lindros, the most coveted junior prospect since Mario Lemieux, was acquired via trade from the Quebec Nordiques after Lindros made it clear he would refuse to suit up for the Nords after they drafted him #1 overall that year. The Big E would do his best to validate the Flyers' move over his first few seasons there, scoring 357 points in his first 245 games. He, and linemates John LeClair and Mikael Renberg formed one of the most dominant lines - both physicaly and on the score sheet - in league history. The "Legion of Doom" was all but unstoppable down low as few defensemen could deal with the combination of world class skill and sheer size. However, Lindros's relationship with team General Manager Bobby Clarke grew increasingly contentious over the years, and his physical style of play led to concussion problems that ultimately saw Lindros depart Philadelphia for the New York Rangers, the end of an era where Lindros failed to deliver the Stanley Cup to demanding Flyers' fans and equally demanding team management.

The Modern Day Flyers

Today's version of the Broad Street Bullies might not be quite as tough as their predecessors from the 1970's, but they are still no picnic to play against. Captain Mike Richards plays like he was born to wear a Philadelphia Flyers jersey, and there are many that compare his style favorably to Bobby Clarke's. The team features several other stars including Chris Pronger, Jeff Carter, Daniel Briere and Claude Giroux. This group made the Stanley Cup Finals and gave the Chicago Blackhawks all they could handle in 2010, despite the presence of a bona fide #1 NHL goaltender. With this solid core group Flyers fans can look forward to many exciting years going forward.