Ranking the 5 Best Offensive Performances in Philadelphia Flyers History

February 17th, 2014 by Brad Kurtzberg Leave a reply »
The Philadelphia Flyers have been one of the more successful teams in the NHL since they joined the league back in 1967. Here is a look back at the finest individual offensive games in Flyers' history.

To qualify for this list, the game had to occur during the regular season. This is not a team category, but an individual one. One player's offensive production is all that mattered. Of course, the Flyers won all the games recounted here.

Some of the players on this list are all-time Flyers greats. Others are just players who had one outstanding offensive game in a rather ordinary career.

Before we get started, some honorable mentions like Alexandre Picard's five-assist game against the New Jersey Devils February 1, 2007; John LeClair's four-goal, two-assist performance against the Montreal Canadiens on February 6, 1997; Tim Kerr's four-goal, one-assist game against the Chicago Blackhawks on November 20, 1986; and a four goal and two assist contribution by Eric Lindros on March 19, 1997 in Toronto.

Feel free to comment on any of the games listed here or to add one you feel belongs on this list. As always, indicate why you feel the way y ...

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