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Last year, the Philadelphia Flyers had a playoff spot in hand but failed to close in a frustrating and heartbreaking collapse. For head coach John Tortorella it was a tumultuous finish in which he challenged his team to grow up and embrace the pressure. Instead, the Flyers wilted under the spotlight of playoff contention. Thus, future market gamblers have two ways to look at the Flyers. In the first half, they were a serious playoff team. But in the stretch drive, they ran out of gas. Can the Flyers make the closing sale for a playoff bid this year? Gamblers remain skeptical.

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Philadelphia Flyers Team Overview

In the 2023-24 season, the Philadelphia Flyers was 38-33-11 straight up and 34-44 over/under the total. Also, Philadelphia was 11th in the Eastern Conference playoff standings. Philadelphia was 27 points behind the New York Rangers in the Eastern Conference playoff race.

Philadelphia had NHL rankings of 27th for goals scored and 32nd for power play efficiency. In comparison, on defense, the Flyers had NHL rankings of 19th for goals against and 4th for penalty killing.

Philadelphia missed the playoffs by four points in the Eastern Conference.

Philadelphia Flyers Key Players

C Travis Konecny is a top producer for the Flyers. Konecny was the 24th overall pick in the 2015 NHL Draft by the Flyers. Konecny broke into the NHL with the Flyers in 2016-17. Last year, he scored 33 goals.

LW Joel Farabee was the 14th overall pick of the 2018 NHL Draft by the Flyers. He broke into the NHL with the Flyers in 2019-20. Last year, he scored 22 goals.

RW Owen Tippett is another goal scoring threat. He was the 10th overall pick of the 2017 NHL Draft by the Florida Panthers. Tippett has been with the Flyers since 2021-22. Last year, Tippett had 28 goals and 25 assists.

Philadelphia Flyers Goaltenders

The number one goaltender was Carter Hart. But due to ongoing legal issues he was let go as a restricted free agent. At one time, Hart was the central hope of the Flyers, but now that is over.

Backup goalie Samuel Ersson is now the starter. Last year, he posted a 23-19-7 record with a 2.82 goals against average and a .890 save percentage with four shutouts.

Philadelphia Flyers Head Coach

Head coach John Tortorella is a favorite with NHL fans and media despite his tendency to spar with it. The volatile Tortorella is one of the most compelling personalities in the game. His career record is 742-612-37-156, with a 2004 Stanley Cup championship as HC of the Tampa Bay Lightning. He is a two-time Jack Adams Award winner as NHL coach of the year.

Season-by-Season Record (Last 6)

2023–24 82 38 33 6th, Metropolitan Did not qualify
2022–23 82 31 38 7th, Metropolitan Did not qualify
2021–22 82 25 46 8th, Metropolitan Did not qualify
2020–21 56 25 23 6th, East Did not qualify
2019–20 69 41 21 2nd, Metropolitan Lost in Second Round, 3–4 (Islanders)
2018–19 82 37 37 6th, Metropolitan Did not qualify
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Philadelphia Flyers History

The Flyers were founded in 1967 when the NHL launched “The Great Expansion,” which doubled its size from six to 12 teams. Philadelphia quickly became a contender and won consecutive Stanley Cup championships in 1974 and 1975. Known then as the “Broad Street Bullies,” the Flyers were both ruffians and highly skilled. Bobby Clarke was their inspirational captain, with Bernie Parent dominant in goal.

The Flyers were the most successful of the “Second Six” 1967 expansion franchises and were a national sensation. Getting a ticket to their games at the old Spectrum in Philadelphia was impossible. From 1973 to 1989, the Flyers made the Stanley Cup Playoffs every season. They made six Stanley Cup Final appearances in that span, winning twice.

Philadelphia had a second wave of near greatness from 1995 through 2012. During those years, they missed the playoffs only one time. Philadelphia made the Stanley Cup Final twice in those years, losing both times. Eric Lindros was the marquee man of the first portion of that era.

Retired Flyers numbers belong to goalie Bernie Parent #1, defenseman Mark Howe #2, defenseman Barry Ashbee #4, left wing Bill Barber #7, center Bobby Clarke #16, and center Eric Lindros #88.

NHL Teams

Eastern Conference - Atlantic

Eastern Conference - Metropolitan

Western Conference - Central

Western Conference - Pacific

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