PHILADELPHIA FLYERS POSTSEASON
The Philadelphia Flyers were one of six expansion teams that the NHL added in 1967, and they would soon become a storied part of the City of Brotherly Love's sports lore. Over their history, the Flyers have made the playoffs 34 times, captured 16 division championships, made eight Stanley Cup Finals appearances and won two Stanley Cups along the way.
The Flyers championship years of 1974 and 1975 came with the help of several solid role players. These early teams were known as "The Broad Street Bullies" due to their aggressive play. Hall of Famers like Bill Barber, Bobby Clarke and Bernie Parent formed the foundation of the Flyers' championship years.
In 1974-75, the Flyers shocked the NHL world by beating the Boston Bruins and Buffalo Sabres in consecutive championships. In recent years, the Flyers have showed remarkable staying power in the postseason with Stanley Cup Finals appearances in 1997 and 2010. While they weren't able to seal the deal, Flyers fans can always expect that their team will be in the thick of the Stanley Cup hunt.
With playoff appearances from 2008-2011, the Flyers have proven that they belong in the NHL postseason and will continue to find the pieces to assemble another championship roster.
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