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The Philadelphia Flyers have won the Stanley Cup (above) two times.
This is a list of Philadelphia Flyers award winners.
|Stanley Cup||NHL championship||2||1973–74, 1974–75|
|Presidents' Trophy1||Regular season championship||0|
|Clarence S. Campbell Bowl|| West Division champions (1968–74)|
Campbell Conference champions (1975–93)2
|6||1967–68, 1973–74, 1974–75, 1975–76, 1976–77, 1979–80|
|Prince of Wales Trophy|| Wales Conference champions (1975–93)|
Eastern Conference champions (1994–present)
|3||1984–85, 1986–87, 1996–97|
|Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy||Perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey||Bobby Clarke||1971–72|
|Conn Smythe Trophy||Most valuable player of the playoffs||Bernie Parent|| 1973–74|
|Frank J. Selke Trophy||Forward who best excels in the defensive aspect of the game||Bobby Clarke||1982–83|
|Hart Memorial Trophy||Most valuable player to his team during the regular season||Bobby Clarke|| 1972–73|
|Jack Adams Award||Top coach during the regular season||Fred Shero||1973–74|
|Lester B. Pearson Award||Most valuable player as chosen by the players||Bobby Clarke||1973–74|
|NHL Plus-Minus Award4||Best plus/minus||Mark Howe||1985–86|
|John LeClair|| 1996–97|
|Vezina Trophy||Fewest goals given up in the regular season (1927–1981)||Bernie Parent|| 1973–745|
|Top goaltender (1981–present)||Pelle Lindbergh||1984–85|
|William M. Jennings Trophy||Fewest goals given up in the regular season (1981–present)||Bob Froese|
|NHL All-Rookie Team||Top rookies at each position||Pelle Lindbergh (G)||1982–83|
|Thomas Eriksson (D)||1983–84|
|Ron Hextall (G)||1986–87|
|Eric Lindros (F)||1992–93|
|Mikael Renberg (F)||1993–94|
|Chris Therien (D)||1994–95|
|Janne Niinimaa (D)||1996–97|
|Brian Boucher (G)||1999–2000|
|Simon Gagne (F)||1999–2000|
|Joni Pitkanen (D)||2003–04|
|NHL First All-Star Team||Top performers at each position over the course of the season||Bernie Parent (G)|| 1973–74|
|Bobby Clarke (C)|| 1974–75|
|Bill Barber (LW)||1974–75|
|Mark Howe (D)|| 1982–83|
|Pelle Lindbergh (G)||1984–85|
|Ron Hextall (G)||1986–87|
|Eric Lindros (C)||1994–95|
|John LeClair (LW)|| 1994–95|
|NHL Second All-Star Team||Top performers at each position over the course of the season||Bobby Clarke (C)|| 1972–73|
|Barry Ashbee (D)||1973–74|
|Reggie Leach (RW)||1975–76|
|Bill Barber (LW)|| 1978–79|
|Bob Froese (G)||1985–86|
|Tim Kerr (RW)||1986–87|
|Mark Recchi (RW)||1991–92|
|Eric Lindros (C)||1995–96|
|John LeClair (LW)|| 1995–96|
|Eric Desjardins (D)|| 1998–99|
|Roman Cechmanek (G)||2000–01|
All-Star Game selectionsEdit
|2008||Mike Richards, Kimmo Timonen|
|2007||Simon Gagne (2)|
|2004||Jeremy Roenick (3), Keith Primeau, Ken Hitchcock (Coach)|
|2003||Jeremy Roenick (2), Ken Hitchcock (Coach)|
|2001||Roman Cechmanek, Simon Gagne|
|2000||Eric Lindros (6), John LeClair (5), Mark Recchi (3), Eric Desjardins (2), Roger Neilson (Coach)|
|1999||Eric Lindros (5), John LeClair (4)|
|1998||Eric Lindros8 (4), John LeClair8 (3)|
|1997||Eric Lindros (3), John LeClair (2), Paul Coffey, Dale Hawerchuk9|
|1996||Eric Lindros (2), Eric Desjardins, John LeClair, Craig MacTavish9|
|1994||Mark Recchi (2), Garry Galley, Eric Lindros8|
|1991||Rick Tocchet (3)|
|1990||Brian Propp8 (5), Rick Tocchet (2)|
|1988||Mark Howe (3), Dave Poulin (2), Ron Hextall8, Kjell Samuelsson, Mike Keenan (Coach)|
|1986||Brian Propp (4), Tim Kerr8 (3), Pelle Lindbergh8 (DNP), Mark Howe (2), Bob Froese, Dave Poulin, Mike Keenan (Coach)|
|1985||Tim Kerr (2), Pelle Lindbergh (2)|
|1984||Brian Propp (3), Tim Kerr|
|1983||Mark Howe, Pelle Lindbergh, Darryl Sittler|
|1982||Bill Barber (6), Brian Propp (2)|
|1981||Bill Barber (5), Bob Dailey (2), Pete Peeters (2), Paul Holmgren, Behn Wilson, Pat Quinn (Coach)|
|1980||Jim Watson (5), Bill Barber (4), Rick MacLeish (3), Reggie Leach (2), Norm Barnes, Pete Peeters, Brian Propp|
|1978||Bobby Clarke (8), Jim Watson (4), Bill Barber (3), Tom Bladon (2), Wayne Stephenson (2), Bob Dailey, Fred Shero (Coach)|
|1977||Bobby Clarke (7), Bernie Parent (5), Jim Watson (3), Gary Dornhoefer (2), Rick MacLeish (2), Joe Watson (2), Tom Bladon, Fred Shero (Coach)|
|1976||Bobby Clarke (DNP), Bill Barber (2), Jim Watson (2), Andre Dupont, Reggie Leach, Rick MacLeish, Wayne Stephenson, Fred Shero (Coach)|
|1975||Bobby Clarke (6), Bernie Parent (4), Ed Van Impe (3), Bill Barber, Jim Watson, Fred Shero (Coach)|
|1974||Bobby Clarke (5), Bernie Parent (3), Ed Van Impe (2), Joe Watson|
|1973||Bobby Clarke (4), Gary Dornhoefer|
|1972||Bobby Clarke (3), Simon Nolet|
|1971||Bobby Clarke (2)|
|1970||Bernie Parent (2), Bobby Clarke|
|1969||Bernie Parent, Ed Van Impe|
Hockey Hall of FameEdit
The following is a list of Philadelphia Flyers who have been enshrined in the Hockey Hall of Fame. Of the seven Flyers inducted as Players, only Bernie Parent, Bobby Clarke, and Bill Barber spent a majority of their playing careers with the Flyers. Of the four who were inducted as Builders who spent some time in the Flyers organization, only Ed Snider and Keith Allen were inducted largely due to their time with the Flyers. Gene Hart, longtime voice of the Flyers, won the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award in 1997.
|Individual||Category||Year||Years with Flyers|
|Bernie Parent||Player||1984||1967–1971, 1973–1979|
Flyers Hall of FameEdit
Established in 1988, the Flyers Hall of Fame was designed to "permanently honor those individuals who have contributed to the franchise's success." Candidates for the hall are nominated and voted upon by a panel of media members and team officials.
|Individual||Year||Primary roles with Flyers|
|Bobby Clarke||1988||Player (1969–1984), General Manager (1984–1990, 1994–2006)|
|Bernie Parent||1988||Player (1967–1971, 1973–1979)|
|Keith Allen||1989||Head Coach (1967–1969), General Manager (1969–1983)|
|Bill Barber||1989||Player (1972–1984), Head Coach (2000–2002)|
|Ed Snider||1989||Majority Owner (1967–1996), Chairman (1996–present)|
|Rick MacLeish||1990||Player (1970–1980, 1983–1984)|
|Fred Shero||1990||Head Coach (1971–1978)|
|Barry Ashbee||1991||Player (1970–1974)|
|Gary Dornhoefer||1991||Player (1967–1978)|
|Gene Hart||1992||Broadcaster (1967–1995)|
|Reggie Leach||1992||Player (1974–1982)|
|Joe Scott||1993||Minority Owner (1967–1984), President (1968–1979)|
|Ed Van Impe||1993||Player (1967–1976)|
|Tim Kerr||1994||Player (1980–1991)|
|Joe Watson||1996||Player (1967–1978)|
|Brian Propp||1999||Player (1979–1990)|
|Mark Howe||2001||Player (1982–1992)|
|Dave Poulin||2004||Player (1983–1990)|
|Ron Hextall||2008||Player (1986–1992, 1994–1999)|
Lester Patrick TrophyEdit
The Lester Patrick Trophy is given to "Personnel who provide outstanding service to hockey in the United States." While presented by the National Hockey League, as well as USA Hockey, it is considered a non-NHL trophy because it may be awarded to players, coaches, officials, and other personnel outside the NHL.
NHL Milestone AwardEdit
The following is a list of Philadelphia Flyers players who have won the NHL Milestone Award. The award is given to those players who reach career milestones of 1000 games played (500 games played for goaltenders), 1000 points, 400 goals, 600 assists, or 25 shutouts.
|Bernie Parent||25 Shutouts||March 3, 1974|
|Bernie Parent||500 Games||December 8, 1977|
|Bobby Clarke||600 Assists||October 14, 1979|
|Bobby Clarke||1000 Points||March 19, 1981|
|Darryl Sittler||400 Goals||March 18, 1982|
|Bobby Clarke||1000 Games||October 23, 1982|
|Darryl Sittler||1000 Points||January 20, 1983|
|Bill Barber||400 Goals||October 9, 1983|
|Darryl Sittler||600 Assists||November 29, 1983|
|Darryl Sittler||1000 Games||January 8, 1984|
|Craig MacTavish||1000 Games||December 19, 1995|
|Ron Hextall||500 Games||November 21, 1996|
|Luke Richardson||1000 Games||February 1, 2001|
|Mark Recchi||1000 Points||March 13, 2001|
|Mark Recchi||400 Goals||December 18, 2001|
|Jeremy Roenick||1000 Points||January 30, 2002|
|Mark Recchi||1000 Games||March 23, 2002|
|Jeremy Roenick||1000 Games||November 16, 2002|
|Eric Desjardins||1000 Games||December 18, 2002|
|Jeremy Roenick||600 Assists||January 9, 2003|
|Eric Weinrich||1000 Games||March 31, 2003|
|Jeff Hackett||500 Games||January 13, 2004|
|Tony Amonte||1000 Games||March 5, 2004|
|Alexei Zhitnik||1000 Games||February 20, 2007|
|Derian Hatcher||1000 Games||April 7, 2007|
|Martin Biron||25 Shutouts||February 25, 2009|
The Flyers have retired four of their jersey numbers and also taken a number out of circulation. Barry Ashbee, Bernie Parent, and Bobby Clarke had their numbers retired less than a year after retiring while Bill Barber's number 7 was retired six years after his retirement but only after Brian Dobbin, Craig Fisher, and Jay Wells had worn it in at least one game. Following Pelle Lindbergh's death on November 11, 1985, his number 31 was removed from circulation. Though it is not officially retired, no Flyers player has worn the number 31 since. Also out of circulation is the number 99 which was retired league-wide for Wayne Gretzky on February 6, 2000. Gretzky did not play for the Flyers during his 20-year NHL career and no Flyers player had ever worn the number 99 prior to its retirement.
|Number||Player||Date||Years with Flyers|
|1||Bernie Parent||October 11, 1979||1967–197110, 1973–1979|
|4||Barry Ashbee||April 3, 1975||1970–1974|
|7||Bill Barber||October 11, 1990||1972–1984|
|16||Bobby Clarke||November 15, 1984||1969–1984|
Barry Ashbee TrophyEdit
First awarded following the 1974–75 season, the Barry Ashbee Trophy is given out to the "team's most outstanding defenseman" as determined by a panel vote consisting of local sportscasters and sportswriters. The trophy is named in honor of Barry Ashbee, an NHL Second Team All-Star and the team's best defenseman during the 1973–74 season who suffered a career-ending eye injury during Game 4 of the 1974 Stanley Cup Semifinals. Eric Desjardins won the trophy seven times during his Flyers career including six in a row his first six seasons with the Flyers. Mark Howe with four wins is the only other Flyer to win the trophy at least three times.
|2008–09||Kimmo Timonen||1995–96||Eric Desjardins||1983–84||Miroslav Dvorak|
|2007–08||Kimmo Timonen||1994–95||Eric Desjardins||1982–83||Mark Howe|
|2006–07||Derian Hatcher||1993–94||Garry Galley||1981–82||Frank Bathe|
|2005–06||Joni Pitkanen||1992–93||Garry Galley||1980–81||Bob Dailey|
|2003–04||Kim Johnsson||1991–92||Steve Duchesne||1979–80||Norm Barnes|
|2002–03||Eric Desjardins||1990–91||Kjell Samuelsson||1978–79||Bob Dailey|
|2001–02||Kim Johnsson||1989–90||Gord Murphy||1977–78||Jim Watson|
|2000–01||Dan McGillis||1988–89||Kjell Samuelsson||1976–77||Andre Dupont|
|1999–2000||Eric Desjardins||1987–88||Mark Howe||1975–76||Jim Watson|
|1998–99||Eric Desjardins||1986–87||Mark Howe||1974–75||Joe Watson|
|1997–98||Eric Desjardins||1985–86||Mark Howe|
|1996–97||Eric Desjardins||1984–85||Brad McCrimmon|
Bobby Clarke TrophyEdit
The Flyers unveiled the Bobby Clarke Trophy on November 15, 1984 to honor the retired Bobby Clarke during Bobby Clarke Night at the Spectrum. Clarke was the captain of the Flyers for several seasons, including during the team's two Stanley Cup championship seasons, and was and still is the holder of several Philadelphia Flyers records. Since then it has been given to the "team's most valuable player" as determined by a panel vote consisting of local sportscasters and sportswriters. Eric Lindros won the trophy four times during his Flyers career while Ron Hextall and Mark Recchi won the trophy three times each.
|2008–09||Mike Richards||1999–2000||Mark Recchi||1991–92||Rod Brind'Amour|
|2007–08||Mike Richards||1998–99||Eric Lindros||1990–91||Pelle Eklund|
|2006–07||Simon Gagne||1997–98||John LeClair||1989–90||Rick Tocchet|
|2005–06||Simon Gagne||1996–97||John LeClair||1988–89||Ron Hextall|
|2003–04||Mark Recchi||1995–96||Eric Lindros||1987–88||Ron Hextall|
|2002–03||Roman Cechmanek||1994–95||Eric Lindros||1986–87||Ron Hextall|
|2001–02||Jeremy Roenick||1993–94||Eric Lindros||1985–86||Mark Howe|
|2000–01||Roman Cechmanek||1992–93||Mark Recchi||1984–85||Pelle Lindbergh|
Gene Hart Memorial AwardEdit
First given out following the 2006–07 season to honor the memory of long-time announcer Gene Hart, the Gene Hart Memorial Award is given to the "Flyer who has the best rapport with the fans" as decided by the Philadelphia Flyers Fan Club Board of Directors, making it the only Flyers team award chosen by the fans.
Pelle Lindbergh MemorialEdit
The Pelle Lindbergh Memorial is awarded to the "Flyer who has most improved from the previous season, as voted by his teammates." Named to honor the memory of Pelle Lindbergh, a Vezina Trophy winning goaltender with the Flyers who died at the age of 26 on November 11, 1985 following a car crash the day before, the award has been given to 17 different players since the 1993–94 season.
First given out following the 2000–01 season, the Toyota Cup is an award given to the player who earns the most points from Star of the Game selections throughout the regular season, "five points for being the First Star, three for Second Star, and one for Third Star." The Tri-State Toyota Dealers sponsor the award and make a donation of $5,000 in the winning player's name to the player's favorite charity. With three Toyota Cups, Simon Gagne is the only player to win it more than once.
Yanick Dupre MemorialEdit
The Yanick Dupre Memorial was first awarded following the 1976–77 season as the Class Guy Award "to the player who best exemplifies a strong rapport with the media." The award was re-named and re-defined in 1999 to honor the memory of Yanick Dupre. Dupre, who played 35 games over parts of three seasons with the Flyers, died on August 16, 1997, at the age of 24 after a 16-month battle with leukemia. It is now given to the "Flyer who best illustrates character, dignity and respect for the sport both on and off the ice" as decided by the Philadelphia chapter of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.
Note 1: Prior to creation of trophy in 1985–86, Flyers led the league in points in 1974–75, 1979–80, and 1984–85.
Note 2: Flyers left Campbell Conference following the 1979–80 season when the Patrick Division was moved to the Wales Conference.
Note 3: Prior to creation of trophy in 1998–99, Reggie Leach led the league with 61 goals in 1975–76.
Note 4: Prior to creation of award in 1982–83, Bobby Clarke led the league with a +83 in 1975–76 and Jim Watson tied Jim Schoenfeld of the Buffalo Sabres for the league lead with a +60 in 1979–80.
Note 5: Shared with Tony Esposito of the Chicago Black Hawks.
Note 6: Shared with Martin Brodeur of the New Jersey Devils.
Note 7: Known as the Class Guy Award prior to 1998–99 and was given "to the player who best exemplifies a strong rapport with the media."
Note 8: Selected by fan vote.
Note 9: Selected by the Commissioner.
Note 10: Parent wore number 30 during his first stint with the Flyers.
- ↑ All Star Game Representatives. Flyers History. Retrieved on 2008-04-20.
- ↑ Philadelphia Flyer All-Star Game Statistics. Flyers History. Retrieved on 2008-04-20.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 News: Hextall Inducted into Flyers Hall of Fame. Philadelphia Flyers. Retrieved on 2008-03-23.
- ↑ Flyers History - All Time Milestone Award Winners. Flyers History. Retrieved on 2009-04-09.
- ↑ Flyers History - Roster By the Number - 7. Flyers History. Retrieved on 2009-03-21.
- ↑ Flyers History - Roster By the Number - 31. Flyers History. Retrieved on 2009-03-21.
- ↑ Flyers History - Roster By the Number - 99. Flyers History. Retrieved on 2009-03-21.
- ↑ 8.0 8.1 8.2 News: Gagne, Hatcher and Eager Capture Team Awards. Philadelphia Flyers. Retrieved on 2008-03-14.
- ↑ 9.0 9.1 Richards, Timonen, Coburn and Cote Capture 2007-08 Flyers Awards. Philadelphia Flyers. Retrieved on 2008-04-06.
- ↑ NHL Player Search - Player - Barry Ashbee. Legends of Hockey. Retrieved on 2008-03-14.
- ↑ Hall Of Fame Profile - Bobby Clarke. Flyers History. Retrieved on 2008-03-14.
- ↑ 12.0 12.1 Philadelphia Flyers - Team - Toyota Cup. Philadelphia Flyers. Retrieved on 2008-03-18.
- ↑ 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 News: Forsberg Wins Yanick Dupre Memorial Class Guy Award. Philadelphia Flyers. Retrieved on 2008-03-18.