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Philadelphia Flyers

Among the current NHL teams not included in the Original Six, the Philadelphia Flyers were the first to bring home a Stanley Cup and are still tops in regular-season wins with 1,756 (through 2011-12). Part of the six-team expansion in 1967, the Flyers have qualified for the playoffs 36 times through the 2011-12 season and earned 16 division championships, eight conference titles and two Stanley Cup crowns. The orange, black and white-clad Flyers played at the Spectrum from 1967-96 and the Wells Fargo Center from 1996 to the present. Philadelphia is a member of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. The Broad Street Bullies wasted little time establishing themselves as an NHL threat, finishing first in the West in their inaugural season (1967-68). They posted their first winning campaign in 1972-73 (37-30-11) before garnering back-to-back Stanley Cup championships in 1974 and 1975. The Boston Bruins and Buffalo Sabres, respectively, were their Stanley Cup Final victims, both in six games. The Flyers also advanced to the Stanley Cup Final in 1976 (falling to Montreal), captured their fourth consecutive division title in 1977 and produced their fifth straight 100-point season in 1978. Philadelphia advanced to the Stanley Cup Final in 1980, 1985 and 1987, but was unable to win a third crown. The powerhouse team won 40-plus regular-season games in 13 of 14 seasons between 1973-74 and 1986-87. The Flyers grabbed division titles in 1995 and 96, and made it to the Stanley Cup Final in 1997 and 2010. Another division crown was worn in 2011. Over the past five seasons (2007-08 to 2011-12), Philadelphia has qualified for the postseason each year and has won at least one playoff series in four of those seasons. Single-season franchise records include Reggie Leach for goals (61), Bobby Clarke for assists (89), Mark Recchi for points (123) and goalie Bernie Parent for wins (47).

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