List of Philadelphia Flyers award winners
The celebration in the Philadelphia Flyers' locker room after winning their first Stanley Cup championship.
The Philadelphia Flyers are a professional ice hockey team based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They are members of the Metropolitan Division of the National Hockey League's (NHL) Eastern Conference. The Flyers were founded in 1967 as one of six expansion teams, increasing the size of the NHL at that time to 12 teams.
Since the franchise was established, the team has won the Stanley Cup two times as league champions in 1974 and 1975, the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl six times – twice as division champions and four times as conference champions – and the Prince of Wales Trophy as conference champions four times. Prior to the Presidents' Trophy first being award in 1985–86, the Flyers led the league in points three times in 1974–75, 1979–80, and 1984–85, but have not led the league in points at the end of the regular season since.
Only Bobby Clarke and Eric Lindros have won regular season most valuable player honors as Flyers. Clarke won the Hart Memorial Trophy three times in 1972–73, 1974–75 and 1975–76 while Lindros won in 1994–95. Both Clarke and Lindros also won the Lester B. Pearson Award, awarded to the most outstanding player as voted by the players and now known as the Ted Lindsay Award, Clarke in 1973–74 and Lindros in 1994–95. Four Flyers players have won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player of the playoffs, twice when the Flyers won the Stanley Cup – Bernie Parent in 1974 and 1975 – and twice when they lost in the finals – Reggie Leach in 1976 and Ron Hextall in 1987. Parent and Hextall account for two of the three Flyers goaltenders to win the Vezina Trophy, Parent in 1973–74 and 1974–75, Pelle Lindbergh in 1984–85, and Hextall in 1986–87.
Fourteen people, nine players and five builders, who spent time with the Flyers have been inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. The Flyers have inducted twenty people into a team hall of fame since 1988 and five of those inductees have also had their numbers retired.
- 1 League awards
- 2 Career achievements
- 2.1 Hockey Hall of Fame
- 2.2 United States Hockey Hall of Fame
- 2.3 Flyers Hall of Fame
- 2.4 Lester Patrick Trophy
- 2.5 The Hockey News Top 100 NHL Players of All-Time (1998)
- 2.6 NHL Milestone Award
- 2.7 Retired numbers
- 2.8 Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame
- 2.9 Philadelphia Sports Writers Association
- 2.10 John Wanamaker Athletic Award (Philadelphia Sports Congress)
- 3 Team awards
- 4 Notes
- 5 See also
- 6 References
|Stanley Cup||NHL championship||2||1973–74, 1974–75|
|Presidents' Trophy||Most regular season points||0|
|Clarence S. Campbell Bowl||West Division champions (1968–74)
Campbell Conference champions (1975–93)
|6||1967–68, 1973–74, 1974–75, 1975–76, 1976–77, 1979–80|
|Prince of Wales Trophy||Wales Conference champions (1975–93)
Eastern Conference champions (1994–present)
|4||1984–85, 1986–87, 1996–97, 2009–10|
|Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy||Perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey||Bobby Clarke||1971–72|
|Conn Smythe Trophy||Most valuable player of the playoffs||Bernie Parent||1973–74
|Frank J. Selke Trophy||Forward who best excels in the defensive aspect of the game||Bobby Clarke||1982–83|
|Hart Memorial Trophy||Most valuable player to his team during the regular season||Bobby Clarke||1972–73
|Jack Adams Award||Top coach during the regular season||Fred Shero||1973–74|
|NHL Plus-Minus Award||Best plus/minus||Mark Howe||1985–86|
|Ted Lindsay Award||Most outstanding player as chosen by the players, formerly known as the Lester B. Pearson Award||Bobby Clarke||1973–74|
|Vezina Trophy||Fewest goals given up in the regular season (1927–1981)||Bernie Parent||1973–74
|Top goaltender (1981–present)||Pelle Lindbergh||1984–85|
|William M. Jennings Trophy||Fewest goals given up in the regular season (1981–present)||Bob Froese
|NHL All-Rookie Team||Top rookies at each position||Pelle Lindbergh (G)||1982–83|
|Thomas Eriksson (D)||1983–84|
|Ron Hextall (G)||1986–87|
|Eric Lindros (F)||1992–93|
|Mikael Renberg (F)||1993–94|
|Chris Therien (D)||1994–95|
|Janne Niinimaa (D)||1996–97|
|Brian Boucher (G)||1999–2000|
|Simon Gagne (F)||1999–2000|
|Joni Pitkanen (D)||2003–04|
|NHL First All-Star Team||Top performers at each position over the course of the season||Bernie Parent (G)||1973–74
|Bobby Clarke (C)||1974–75
|Bill Barber (LW)||1974–75|
|Mark Howe (D)||1982–83
|Pelle Lindbergh (G)||1984–85|
|Ron Hextall (G)||1986–87|
|Eric Lindros (C)||1994–95|
|John LeClair (LW)||1994–95
|NHL Second All-Star Team||Top performers at each position over the course of the season||Bobby Clarke (C)||1972–73
|Barry Ashbee (D)||1973–74|
|Reggie Leach (RW)||1975–76|
|Bill Barber (LW)||1978–79
|Bob Froese (G)||1985–86|
|Tim Kerr (RW)||1986–87|
|Mark Recchi (RW)||1991–92|
|Eric Lindros (C)||1995–96|
|John LeClair (LW)||1995–96
|Eric Desjardins (D)||1998–99
|Roman Cechmanek (G)||2000–01|
All-Star Game selections
|*||Selected but did not play|
|Bold||Selected by fan vote|
|Bold/italics||Selected by Commissioner|
|All-Star Game replacement event|
|1968||Toronto Maple Leafs||NHL All-Stars||Leon Rochefort|
|1969||Montreal Canadiens||West Division||Bernie Parent, Ed Van Impe|
|1970||St. Louis Blues||West Division||Bobby Clarke, Bernie Parent|
|1971||Boston Bruins||West Division||Bobby Clarke|
|1972||Minnesota North Stars||West Division||Bobby Clarke, Simon Nolet|
|1973||New York Rangers||West Division||Bobby Clarke, Gary Dornhoefer|
|1974||Chicago Black Hawks||West Division||Bobby Clarke, Bernie Parent, Ed Van Impe, Joe Watson|
|1975||Montreal Canadiens||Campbell Conference||Bill Barber, Bobby Clarke, Bernie Parent, Ed Van Impe, Jim Watson, Fred Shero (Head Coach)|
|1976||Philadelphia Flyers||Campbell Conference||Bill Barber, Bobby Clarke*, Andre Dupont, Reggie Leach, Rick MacLeish, Wayne Stephenson, Jim Watson, Fred Shero (Head Coach)|
|1977||Vancouver Canucks||Campbell Conference||Tom Bladon, Bobby Clarke, Gary Dornhoefer, Rick MacLeish, Bernie Parent, Jim Watson, Joe Watson, Fred Shero (Head Coach)|
|1978||Buffalo Sabres||Campbell Conference||Bill Barber, Tom Bladon, Bobby Clarke, Bob Dailey, Wayne Stephenson, Jim Watson, Fred Shero (Head Coach)|
|1979||New York Rangers||NHL All-Stars||Bill Barber, Bobby Clarke|
|1980||Detroit Red Wings||Campbell Conference||Bill Barber, Norm Barnes, Reggie Leach, Rick MacLeish, Pete Peeters, Brian Propp, Jim Watson|
|1981||Los Angeles Kings||Campbell Conference||Bill Barber, Bob Dailey, Paul Holmgren, Pete Peeters, Behn Wilson, Pat Quinn (Head Coach)|
|1982||Washington Capitals||Wales Conference||Bill Barber, Brian Propp|
|1983||New York Islanders||Wales Conference||Mark Howe, Pelle Lindbergh, Darryl Sittler|
|1984||New Jersey Devils||Wales Conference||Tim Kerr, Brian Propp|
|1985||Calgary Flames||Wales Conference||Tim Kerr, Pelle Lindbergh|
|1986||Hartford Whalers||Wales Conference||Bob Froese, Mark Howe, Tim Kerr, Pelle Lindbergh*, Dave Poulin, Brian Propp, Mike Keenan (Head Coach)|
|1987||Quebec Nordiques||NHL All-Stars||Ron Hextall*, Mark Howe*, Tim Kerr*, Dave Poulin|
|1988||St. Louis Blues||Wales Conference||Ron Hextall, Mark Howe, Dave Poulin, Kjell Samuelsson, Mike Keenan (Head Coach)|
|1989||Edmonton Oilers||Wales Conference||Rick Tocchet|
|1990||Pittsburgh Penguins||Wales Conference||Brian Propp, Rick Tocchet|
|1991||Chicago Blackhawks||Wales Conference||Rick Tocchet|
|1992||Philadelphia Flyers||Wales Conference||Rod Brind'Amour|
|1993||Montreal Canadiens||Wales Conference||Mark Recchi|
|1994||New York Rangers||Eastern Conference||Garry Galley, Eric Lindros, Mark Recchi|
|1996||Boston Bruins||Eastern Conference||Eric Desjardins, John LeClair, Eric Lindros, Craig MacTavish|
|1997||San Jose Sharks||Eastern Conference||Paul Coffey, Dale Hawerchuk, John LeClair, Eric Lindros|
|1998||Vancouver Canucks||North America||John LeClair, Eric Lindros|
|1999||Tampa Bay Lightning||North America||John LeClair, Eric Lindros|
|2000||Toronto Maple Leafs||North America||Eric Desjardins, John LeClair, Eric Lindros, Mark Recchi, Roger Neilson (Assistant Coach)|
|2001||Colorado Avalanche||North America||Simon Gagne|
|2002||Los Angeles Kings||North America||Jeremy Roenick|
|2003||Florida Panthers||Eastern Conference||Jeremy Roenick, Ken Hitchcock (Assistant Coach)|
|2004||Minnesota Wild||Eastern Conference||Keith Primeau, Jeremy Roenick, Ken Hitchcock (Assistant Coach)|
|2007||Dallas Stars||Eastern Conference||Simon Gagne|
|2008||Atlanta Thrashers||Eastern Conference||Mike Richards, Kimmo Timonen|
|2009||Montreal Canadiens||Eastern Conference||Jeff Carter|
|2011||Carolina Hurricanes||Team Lidstrom||Danny Briere, Peter Laviolette (Co-Head Coach)|
|Team Staal||Claude Giroux|
|2012||Ottawa Senators||Team Alfredsson||Claude Giroux, Scott Hartnell, Sean Couturier (Rookie), Matt Read (Rookie)|
|Team Chara||Kimmo Timonen|
Hockey Hall of Fame
The following is a list of Philadelphia Flyers who have been enshrined in the Hockey Hall of Fame. Of the nine Flyers inducted as Players, four spent significant time with the team – Bobby Clarke and Bill Barber played their entire NHL careers with the Flyers while Bernie Parent and Mark Howe each played ten seasons with the club. Of the five who were inducted as Builders who spent some time in the Flyers organization, Ed Snider, Keith Allen, and Fred Shero were inducted largely due to their time with the Flyers. Gene Hart, longtime voice of the Flyers, won the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award in 1997.
|Individual||Category||Year||Years with Flyers|
|Bernie Parent||Player||1984||1967–1971, 1973–1979|
United States Hockey Hall of Fame
- Mark Howe (2003)
- John Vanbiesbrouck (2007)
- Tony Amonte (2009)
- John LeClair (2009)
- Derian Hatcher (2010)
- Jeremy Roenick (2010)
- Ed Snider (2011)
Flyers Hall of Fame
Established in 1988, the Flyers Hall of Fame was designed to "permanently honor those individuals who have contributed to the franchise's success." Candidates for the hall are nominated and voted upon by a panel of media members and team officials.
|Individual||Year||Primary roles with Flyers|
|Bobby Clarke||1988||Player (1969–1984), General Manager (1984–1990, 1994–2006)|
|Bernie Parent||1988||Player (1967–1971, 1973–1979)|
|Keith Allen||1989||Head Coach (1967–1969), General Manager (1969–1983)|
|Bill Barber||1989||Player (1972–1984), Head Coach (2000–2002)|
|Ed Snider||1989||Majority Owner (1967–1996), Chairman (1996–present)|
|Rick MacLeish||1990||Player (1970–1980, 1983–1984)|
|Fred Shero||1990||Head Coach (1971–1978)|
|Barry Ashbee||1991||Player (1970–1974)|
|Gary Dornhoefer||1991||Player (1967–1978)|
|Gene Hart||1992||Broadcaster (1967–1995)|
|Reggie Leach||1992||Player (1974–1982)|
|Joe Scott||1993||Minority Owner (1967–1984), President (1968–1979)|
|Ed Van Impe||1993||Player (1967–1976)|
|Tim Kerr||1994||Player (1980–1991)|
|Joe Watson||1996||Player (1967–1978)|
|Brian Propp||1999||Player (1979–1990)|
|Mark Howe||2001||Player (1982–1992)|
|Dave Poulin||2004||Player (1983–1990)|
|Ron Hextall||2008||Player (1986–1992, 1994–1999)|
|Dave Schultz||2009||Player (1972–1976)|
Lester Patrick Trophy
The Lester Patrick Trophy is given to "Personnel who provide outstanding service to hockey in the United States." While presented by the National Hockey League, as well as USA Hockey, it is considered a non-NHL trophy because it may be awarded to players, coaches, officials, and other personnel outside the NHL.
The Hockey News Top 100 NHL Players of All-Time (1998)
- No. 24 – Bobby Clarke
- No. 54 – Eric Lindros
- No. 63 – Bernie Parent
NHL Milestone Award
The following is a list of Philadelphia Flyers players and coaches who have won the NHL Milestone Award. The award is given to those who reach certain career regular season milestones. Forwards and defensemen are given awards for reaching 1000 games played, 1000 points, 400 goals and 600 assists. Goaltenders are given awards for reaching 500 games played and 25 career shutouts. Head coaches are given an award for reaching 750 games coached. Darryl Sittler and Mark Recchi are the only two Flyers players to reach all four career milestone awards available to forwards and defensemen in a Flyers uniform. Bernie Parent and Jeff Hackett are the only two Flyers goaltenders to reach both career milestone awards available to goaltenders in a Flyers uniform.
|Bernie Parent (G)||25 Shutouts||March 3, 1974|
|Bernie Parent (G)||500 Games||December 8, 1977|
|Bobby Clarke (F)||600 Assists||October 14, 1979|
|Bobby Clarke (F)||1000 Points||March 19, 1981|
|Darryl Sittler (F)||400 Goals||March 18, 1982|
|Bobby Clarke (F)||1000 Games||October 23, 1982|
|Darryl Sittler (F)||1000 Points||January 20, 1983|
|Bill Barber (F)||400 Goals||October 9, 1983|
|Darryl Sittler (F)||600 Assists||November 29, 1983|
|Darryl Sittler (F)||1000 Games||January 8, 1984|
|Craig MacTavish (F)||1000 Games||December 19, 1995|
|Ron Hextall (G)||500 Games||November 21, 1996|
|Mark Recchi (F)||600 Assists||January 31, 2001|
|Luke Richardson (D)||1000 Games||February 1, 2001|
|Mark Recchi (F)||1000 Points||March 13, 2001|
|Mark Recchi (F)||400 Goals||December 18, 2001|
|Jeremy Roenick (F)||1000 Points||January 30, 2002|
|Mark Recchi (F)||1000 Games||March 23, 2002|
|Jeremy Roenick (F)||1000 Games||November 16, 2002|
|Eric Desjardins (D)||1000 Games||December 18, 2002|
|Jeremy Roenick (F)||600 Assists||January 9, 2003|
|Eric Weinrich (D)||1000 Games||March 31, 2003|
|Jeff Hackett (G)||25 Shutouts||October 16, 2003|
|Jeff Hackett (G)||500 Games||January 13, 2004|
|Tony Amonte (F)||1000 Games||March 5, 2004|
|Ken Hitchcock (Head Coach)||750 Games Coached||October 5, 2006|
|Peter Forsberg (F)||600 Assists||January 18, 2007|
|Alexei Zhitnik (D)||1000 Games||February 20, 2007|
|Derian Hatcher (D)||1000 Games||April 7, 2007|
|Martin Biron (G)||25 Shutouts||February 25, 2009|
|Ilya Bryzgalov (G)||25 Shutouts||February 7, 2012|
|Kimmo Timonen (D)||1000 Games||March 18, 2013|
|Peter Laviolette (Head Coach)||750 Games Coached||April 15, 2013|
The Flyers have retired five of their jersey numbers and taken another number out of circulation. Barry Ashbee's number 4 was retired a few months after his death from leukemia. Bernie Parent's number 1 — Parent wore number 30 during his first stint with the Flyers — and Bobby Clarke's number 16 were retired less than a year after retiring while Bill Barber's number 7 and Mark Howe's number 2 were retired shortly after their inductions into the Hockey Hall of Fame. The number 31, last worn by goaltender Pelle Lindbergh, was removed from circulation after Lindbergh's death on November 11, 1985, but it is not officially retired. Also out of circulation is the number 99 which was retired league-wide for Wayne Gretzky on February 6, 2000. Gretzky did not play for the Flyers during his 20-year NHL career and no Flyers player had ever worn the number 99 prior to its retirement.
|Number||Player||Date||Years with Flyers|
|1||Bernie Parent||October 11, 1979||1967–1971, 1973–1979|
|2||Mark Howe||March 6, 2012||1982–1992|
|4||Barry Ashbee||October 13, 1977||1970–1974|
|7||Bill Barber||October 11, 1990||1972–1984|
|16||Bobby Clarke||November 15, 1984||1969–1984|
Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame
|2005||Ed Snider||Executive, Philadelphia Medal|
|2006||Gene Hart||Broadcaster, Legacy of Excellence|
|2009||1973–74 Philadelphia Flyers||Two-time Stanley Cup champions|
|1974–75 Philadelphia Flyers|
Philadelphia Sports Writers Association
PSWA Pro Athlete of the Year
PSWA Team of the Year
PSWA Living Legend Award
- 2008 – Bernie Parent
PSWA Good Guy Award
PSWA Most Courageous Athlete Award
John Wanamaker Athletic Award (Philadelphia Sports Congress)
- See footnote
- Bobby Clarke and 1973–74 Flyers (1974)
- Bernie Parent (1975)
- Fred Shero (1976)
- 1979–80 Flyers (1980)
- Claude Giroux (2012)
Barry Ashbee Trophy
First awarded following the 1974–75 season, the Barry Ashbee Trophy is given out to the team's "outstanding defenseman" as determined by a panel vote consisting of local sportscasters and sportswriters. The trophy is named in honor of Barry Ashbee, an NHL Second Team All-Star and the team's best defenseman during the 1973–74 season who suffered a career-ending eye injury during Game 4 of the 1974 Stanley Cup Semifinals. Eric Desjardins won the trophy seven times during his Flyers career including six in a row his first six seasons with the Flyers. Mark Howe and Kimmo Timonen with four wins each are the only other Flyers to win the trophy at least three times.
|1974–75||Joe Watson||1987–88||Mark Howe||2000–01||Dan McGillis|
|1975–76||Jimmy Watson||1988–89||Kjell Samuelsson||2001–02||Kim Johnsson|
|1976–77||Andre Dupont||1989–90||Gord Murphy||2002–03||Eric Desjardins|
|1977–78||Jimmy Watson||1990–91||Kjell Samuelsson||2003–04||Kim Johnsson|
|1978–79||Bob Dailey||1991–92||Steve Duchesne||2005–06||Joni Pitkanen|
|1979–80||Norm Barnes||1992–93||Garry Galley||2006–07||Derian Hatcher|
|1980–81||Bob Dailey||1993–94||Garry Galley||2007–08||Kimmo Timonen|
|1981–82||Frank Bathe||1994–95||Eric Desjardins||2008–09||Kimmo Timonen|
|1982–83||Mark Howe||1995–96||Eric Desjardins||2009–10||Chris Pronger|
|1983–84||Miroslav Dvorak||1996–97||Eric Desjardins||2010–11||Andrej Meszaros|
|1984–85||Brad McCrimmon||1997–98||Eric Desjardins||2011–12||Kimmo Timonen|
|1985–86||Mark Howe||1998–99||Eric Desjardins||2012–13||Kimmo Timonen|
|1986–87||Mark Howe||1999–00||Eric Desjardins|
Bobby Clarke Trophy
The Flyers unveiled the Bobby Clarke Trophy on November 15, 1984 to honor the retired Bobby Clarke during Bobby Clarke Night at the Spectrum. Clarke was the captain of the Flyers for several seasons, including during the team's two Stanley Cup championship seasons, and was and still is the holder of several Philadelphia Flyers records. Since then it has been given to the "team's most valuable player" as determined by a panel vote consisting of local sportscasters and sportswriters. Eric Lindros won the trophy four times during his Flyers career while Ron Hextall and Mark Recchi won the trophy three times each.
|1984–85||Pelle Lindbergh||1994–95||Eric Lindros||2005–06||Simon Gagne|
|1985–86||Mark Howe||1995–96||Eric Lindros||2006–07||Simon Gagne|
|1986–87||Ron Hextall||1996–97||John LeClair||2007–08||Mike Richards|
|1987–88||Ron Hextall||1997–98||John LeClair||2008–09||Mike Richards|
|1988–89||Ron Hextall||1998–99||Eric Lindros||2009–10||Chris Pronger|
|1989–90||Rick Tocchet||1999–00||Mark Recchi||2010–11||Claude Giroux|
|1990–91||Pelle Eklund||2000–01||Roman Cechmanek||2011–12||Claude Giroux|
|1991–92||Rod Brind'Amour||2001–02||Jeremy Roenick||2012–13||Jakub Voracek|
|1992–93||Mark Recchi||2002–03||Roman Cechmanek|
|1993–94||Eric Lindros||2003–04||Mark Recchi|
Gene Hart Memorial Award
First given out for the 2006–07 season to honor the memory of long-time announcer Gene Hart, the Gene Hart Memorial Award is given to the Flyer "who demonstrated the most “Heart” during the season" as voted on by members of the Philadelphia Flyers Fan Club at their monthly meetings.
|2006–07||Sami Kapanen||2009–10||Ian Laperriere||2012–13||Zac Rinaldo|
|2007–08||Mike Richards||2010–11||Claude Giroux|
|2008–09||Scott Hartnell||2011–12||Wayne Simmonds|
Pelle Lindbergh Memorial Trophy
The Pelle Lindbergh Memorial Trophy is awarded to the "Flyer who has most improved from the previous season, as voted by his teammates." Named to honor the memory of Pelle Lindbergh, a Vezina Trophy winning goaltender with the Flyers who died at the age of 26 on November 11, 1985 following a car crash the day before, the trophy has been given to 21 different players since the 1993–94 season.
First given out following the 2000–01 season, the Toyota Cup is an award given to the player who earns the most points from Star of the Game selections throughout the regular season, "five points for being the First Star, three for Second Star, and one for Third Star." The Tri-State Toyota Dealers sponsor the award and make a donation of $5,000 in the winning player's name to the player's favorite charity. Simon Gagne has won the most Toyota Cups with three during his Flyers career. Claude Giroux with two wins is the only other Flyer to win it more than once.
|2000–01||Roman Cechmanek||2005–06||Simon Gagne||2009–10||Mike Richards|
|2001–02||Simon Gagne||2006–07||Simon Gagne||2010–11||Danny Briere|
|2002–03||Keith Primeau||2007–08||Martin Biron||2011–12||Claude Giroux|
|2003–04||Mark Recchi||2008–09||Jeff Carter||2012–13||Claude Giroux|
Yanick Dupre Memorial Class Guy Award
The Yanick Dupre Memorial Class Guy Award was first awarded following the 1976–77 season as the Class Guy Award "to the player who best exemplifies a strong rapport with the media." The award was renamed and re-defined in 1999 to honor the memory of Yanick Dupre. Dupre, who played 35 games over parts of three seasons with the Flyers, died on August 16, 1997, at the age of 24 after a 16-month battle with leukemia. It is now given to the "Flyer who best illustrates character, dignity and respect for the sport both on and off the ice" as decided by the Philadelphia chapter of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.
^1 Prior to creation of trophy in 1985–86, Flyers led the league in points in 1974–75, 1979–80, and 1984–85.
^2 Flyers left Campbell Conference following the 1980–81 season when the Patrick Division was moved to the Wales Conference.
^3 Prior to creation of award in 1982–83, Bobby Clarke led the league with a +83 in 1975–76.
^4 Shared with Tony Esposito of the Chicago Black Hawks.
^5 Shared with Martin Brodeur of the New Jersey Devils.
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