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Check out our current selection of vintage throwback Philadelphia Flyers jerseys below. Home, away, authentic RBK Edge and replica jerseys available. S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL sizes with kids and women’s styles in stock. Bobby Clarke, Dave “The Hammer” Schultz, Bill Barber, Bernie Parent, Reggie Leach, Lindros, Richards, Hextall and more.

More About Vintage Philadelphia Flyers Jerseys

Of the six teams that joined the NHL during its initial expansion from six to twelve teams the Philadelphia Flyers are unquestionably the most successful. They were the first expansion team (arguably the only team – the Minnesota North Stars never won a cup until the franchise moved to Dallas) to win a Stanley Cup, winning in 1974 and again in 1975. Though they have not won a Stanley Cup since then they’ve been to the Stanley Cup Finals on multiple occasions, including 1980, 1985, 1987, 1997 and in 2010.

Some of the game’s greatest stars have suited up for the Flyers. Bobby Clarke, Reggie Leach and Bernie Parent all starred for the Broad Street Bullies during the 1970s. In the 1980s it was Ron Hextall , Tim Kerr, Rick Tocchet, Mark Howe and Brian Propp leading the way. And in the 90s it was the Legion of Doom, led by Eric Lindros, that made the Flyers one of the most dominant teams in the league.

Today’s Philadelphia Flyers are a legitimate Stanley Cup threat, as shown by their run to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2010. Led by a bevy of talented forwards including Mike Richards, Jeff Carter, Daniel Briere and Claude Giroux, and anchored on the blueline by former Norris Trophy and Hart Trophy-winning defenseman Chris Pronger the Flyers are a formidable opponent that no one likes to play.