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This is a list of franchise records for the Philadelphia Flyers of the National Hockey League.

Career and single season recordsEdit

IndividualEdit

Bill Barber plaque hhof

Bill Barber's 420 goals are the most of any Flyers player.

Mark Recchi Tampa

Mark Recchi's 123 points during the 1992–93 season broke the previous record held by Bobby Clarke, who had 119 points during the 1975–76 season.

MikeRichardsJeffCarter

Mike Richards (left) is tied for the most shorthanded goals in a season and Jeff Carter (right) is tied for the most game winning goals in a season.

Pittsburgh Penguins - 1

John LeClair (10) scored 61 game winning goals during the regular season while a member of the Flyers.

Individual records
Record Regular season Post season
CareerSeasonCareerSeason
Games played 1,144
Bobby Clarke
136
Bobby Clarke
Games played, goaltender 489
Ron Hextall
73
Bernie Parent (1973–74)
84
Ron Hextall
26
Ron Hextall (1987)
Goals scored 420
Bill Barber
61
Reggie Leach (1975–76)
53
Bill Barber
Rick MacLeish
19
Reggie Leach (1976)
Goals scored, defenseman 138
Mark Howe
24
Mark Howe (1985–86)
14
Eric Desjardins
5
Andy Delmore (2000)
Assists 852
Bobby Clarke
89
Bobby Clarke (1974–75)
Bobby Clarke (1975–76)
77
Bobby Clarke
20
Pelle Eklund (1987)
Assists, defenseman 342
Mark Howe
60
Garry Galley (1993–94)
45
Mark Howe
15
Mark Howe (1989)
Points 1,210
Bobby Clarke
123
Mark Recchi (1992–93)
119
Bobby Clarke
28
Brian Propp (1987)
Points, defenseman 480
Mark Howe
82
Mark Howe (1985–86)
53
Mark Howe
18
Doug Crossman (1987)
Penalties in minutes 1,817
Rick Tocchet
472
Dave Schultz (1974–75)
363
Dave Schultz
139
Dave Schultz (1974)
Best plus-minus +506
Bobby Clarke
+85
Mark Howe (1985–86)
+43
Mark Howe
+17
Danny Markov (2004)
Worst plus-minus -51
Larry Hale
-32
R.J. Umberger
-12
Luke Richardson
-8
Brad Marsh
Powerplay goals 145
Tim Kerr
34
Tim Kerr (1985–86)
21
Rick MacLeish
8
eleven times
Powerplay goals, defenseman 39
Eric Desjardins
Mark Howe
8
Mark Howe (1987–88)
Eric Desjardins (1999–2000)
6
Doug Crossman
3
Tom Bladon (1974)
Doug Crossman (1985)
Shorthanded goals 32
Bobby Clarke
7
Brian Propp (1984–85)
Mark Howe (1985–86)
Mike Richards (2008–09)
5
Bill Barber
Dave Poulin
3
Bill Barber (1980)
Game winning goals 61
John LeClair
12
Brian Propp (1982–83)
Jeff Carter (2008–09)
11
Rick MacLeish
4
Rick MacLeish (1974)
Bill Barber (1980)
Shots on goal 3,425
Bill Barber
380
Bill Barber (1975–76)
306
John LeClair
104
Brian Propp (1987)
Wins, goaltender 240
Ron Hextall
47
Bernie Parent (1973–74)
45
Ron Hextall
15
Ron Hextall (1987)
Losses, goaltender 171
Ron Hextall
29
Bernie Parent (1969–70)
Antero Niittymaki (2006–07)
36
Ron Hextall
11
Ron Hextall (1987)
Shutouts 50
Bernie Parent
12
Bernie Parent (1973–74)
Bernie Parent (1974–75)
6
Bernie Parent
4
Bernie Parent (1975)
Minutes played, goaltender 28,276
Bernie Parent
4,314
Bernie Parent (1973–74)
4,926
Ron Hextall
1,540
Ron Hextall (1987)
Shots against 13,748
Bernie Parent
2,125
Bernie Parent (1969–70)
2,376
Ron Hextall
768
Ron Hextall (1987)
Goals against 1,367
Ron Hextall
208
Ron Hextall (1987–88)
242
Ron Hextall
71
Ron Hextall (1987)
Goals against average
(min. 25 regular season/
10 post season games played)
1.96
Roman Cechmanek
1.83
Roman Cechmanek (2002–03)
2.12
Brian Boucher
1.89
Bernie Parent (1975)
Save percentage
(min. 25 regular season/
10 post season games played)
.923
Roman Cechmanek
.933
Bernie Parent (1973–74)
.916
Bernie Parent
.933
Bernie Parent (1974)
Games coached 554
Fred Shero
83
Fred Shero
Wins, coach 308
Fred Shero
48
Fred Shero

TeamEdit

Rangers vs Flyers 2007 1

The 2006–07 edition of the Philadelphia Flyers (left) holds several dubious franchise records, including most losses, fewest points, and fewest home wins.

Team records
Record Regular season Post season
MostLeastMostLeast
Games played 26
(1987)
3
(1983 & 1984)
Wins 53
(1984–85 & 1985–86)
17
(1969–70)
15
(1987)
0
four times
Losses 48
(2006–07)
12
(1979–80)
11
(1987)
3
four times
Ties
(1967 to 2004)
24
(1969–70)
4
(1985–86)
Points 118
(1975–76)
56
(2006–07)
Goals for 350
(1983–84)
173
(1967–68)
85
(1987)
2
(2002)
Goals against 319
(1992–93)
164
(1973–74)
72
(1987)
9
(1999)
Penalties in minutes 2,621
(1980–81)
964
(1968–69)
608
(1989)
n/a
Powerplay goals 98
(1988–89)
33
(1967–68)
n/a n/a
Powerplay goals allowed 102
(1981–82)
40
(2001–02)
n/a n/a
Shorthanded goals 23
(1984–85)
2
(1990–91)
n/a n/a
Shorthanded goals allowed 16
(1990–91)
1
(2008–09)
n/a n/a
Home wins 36
(1975–76)
10
(2006–07)
n/a n/a
Road wins 24
(2002–03)
10
(1968–69 & 1969–70)
n/a n/a

Single game recordsEdit

IndividualEdit

Individual records
Record Total Player Date and opponent
Most goals 5 Reggie Leach May 6, 1976 vs. Boston Bruins
Most assists 6 Eric Lindros February 26, 1997 vs. Ottawa Senators
Most points 8
(4 goals,
4 assists)
Tom Bladon December 11, 1977 vs. Cleveland Barons
Most penalties in minutes 55 Frank Bathe March 11, 1979 vs. Los Angeles Kings
Best plus-minus +10 Tom Bladon December 11, 1977 vs. Cleveland Barons
Most points, first NHL game 5
(2 goals,
3 assists)
Al Hill February 14, 1977 vs. St. Louis Blues

TeamEdit

Team records
Record Total Date(s)
Longest winning streak 13 games October 19–November 17, 1985
Longest home winning streak 20 games January 4–April 3, 1976
Longest road winning streak 8 games December 22, 1982–January 16, 1983
Longest undefeated streak 35 games
(25 wins,
10 ties)
October 14, 1979–January 6, 1980
Longest home undefeated streak 26 games
(19 wins,
7 ties)
October 11, 1979–February 3, 1980
Longest road undefeated streak 16 games
(11 wins,
5 ties)
October 20, 1979–January 6, 1980
Longest losing streak 9 games December 8–December 27, 2006
Longest home losing streak 13 games November 29, 2006–February 8, 2007
Longest road losing streak 8 games October 25–November 26, 1972
March 3–March 29, 1988
Longest winless streak 12 games
(8 losses,
4 ties)
February 24–March 16, 1999
Longest home winless streak 13 games
(13 losses)
November 29, 2006–February 8, 2007
Longest road winless streak 19 games
(15 losses,
4 ties)
October 23, 1971–January 27, 1972
Most goals for 13 goals March 22, 1984, Flyers 13, Pittsburgh Penguins 4
October 18, 1984, Flyers 13, Vancouver Canucks 2

ReferencesEdit

Philadelphia Flyers
Team HistoryPlayersAward WinnersRecordsSeasonsDraft PicksThe SpectrumWachovia Center
Head Coaches Allen • Stasiuk • Shero • McCammon • Quinn • McCammon • Keenan • Holmgren • Dineen • Simpson • Murray • Cashman • Neilson • Ramsay • Barber • Hitchcock • Stevens
Division titles 1967-68, 1973-74, 1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77, 1979-80, 1982-83, 1984-85, 1985-86, 1986-87, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1999-2000, 2001-02, 2003-04
Conference Championships 1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77, 1979-80, 1984-85, 1986-87, 1996-97
Stanley Cups 1973-74, 1974-75
Affiliates Philadelphia Phantoms (AHL), Wheeling Nailers (ECHL)


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