1991–92 Philadelphia Flyers season

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1991–92 Philadelphia Flyers
Division 6th Patrick
Conference 8th Wales
1991–92 record 32–37–11
Home record 22–11–7
Road record 10–26–4
Goals for 252 (17th)
Goals against 273 (9th)
Team information
General Manager Russ Farwell
Coach Paul Holmgren (fired)[a]
Bill Dineen[a]
Captain Rick Tocchet (traded)[b]
Alternate captains Terry Carkner
Kevin Dineen
Arena Spectrum
Average attendance 17,140[2]
Team leaders
Goals Rod Brind'Amour (33)
Assists Rod Brind'Amour (44)
Points Rod Brind'Amour (77)
Penalties in minutes Terry Carkner (195)
Plus/minus Mark Howe (+18)
Wins Ron Hextall (16)
Goals against average Dominic Roussel (2.60)

The 1991–92 Philadelphia Flyers season was the Philadelphia Flyers 25th season in the National Hockey League (NHL). The Flyers hosted the 43rd NHL All-Star Game. They missed the playoffs for the third consecutive season.

Regular season[edit]

Ron Hextall at the 1992 Flyers Wives Carnival.

Prior to the 1991–92 season, the Flyers acquired Rod Brind'Amour and Dan Quinn from the St. Louis Blues for Murray Baron and team captain Ron Sutter. Brind'Amour led the Flyers in goals (33), assists (44), and points (77) in his first season with the club. Rick Tocchet was named team captain to replace Sutter.[3] As the Flyers continued to flounder, Paul Holmgren was fired in December and replaced by Bill Dineen, father of Flyer Kevin Dineen.[1] On February 19, the Flyers and the Pittsburgh Penguins made a major five-player deal which featured Tocchet — who never grew comfortably into the role of captain — heading to Pittsburgh and Mark Recchi coming to Philadelphia. Recchi recorded 27 points in his first 22 games as a Flyer, but the team missed the playoffs for the third consecutive year, due in large part to an awful road record (10–26–4).

With Brind'Amour and Quinn in the fold to create more offense, plus a healthy Hextall in net, the Flyers still got off to an 0–3–1 start. After a 4–2 win over New Jersey, the club awakened, trading roughly two wins for every loss and climbing to 8–8–1 following back-to-back 3–1 wins over Edmonton and in Montreal in mid-November.

From there, injuries and poor play from regulars began to doom Paul Holmgren's tenure behind the bench. An eight-game winless streak (0–7–1) effectively put an end to his tenure. Murray Craven was traded to Hartford for the younger Dineen during the run, which included horrible home losses to the Whalers (7–3 on November 27) and the Penguins (9–3 on November 29). In both home games, the Spectrum crowd loudly chanted "Paul Must Go" during multiple stoppages in play. They got their wish on December 4, with the Flyers at 8–14–2, as Bill Dineen took the helm.[1]

The team began his tenure at 4–1–5, but still slipped into last place by late January. A 7–1–2 string brought the club within striking distance of a playoff spot by mid-February, but an inability to win on the road within the division sabotaged their comeback effort. After the three-way deal between the Flyers, Penguins and Kings was completed, the club had an infusion of scoring with Recchi, but it was too late to make up ground in the standings.

A five-game win streak from March 12–22 yielded a 7–6 comeback win over the Capitals in Landover, in which the Flyers scored four times in the third period - but the momentum didn't last as a 2–5–0 finish, compounded by a 12-day NHLPA strike, sent the club into the Patrick Division basement for the second time in three years.

The Flyers struggled on the power-play in the regular season, finishing 22nd in power-play percentage with 16.55% (68 for 411).[4]

Season standings[edit]

Patrick Division[5]
GP W L T GF GA Pts
1 P - New York Rangers 80 50 25 5 321 246 105
2 Washington Capitals 80 45 27 8 330 257 98
3 Pittsburgh Penguins 80 39 32 9 343 308 87
4 New Jersey Devils 80 38 31 11 289 259 87
5 New York Islanders 80 34 35 11 291 299 79
6 Philadelphia Flyers 80 32 37 11 252 273 75

P - Clinched Presidents Trophy

Wales Conference[6]
R Div GP W L T GF GA Pts
1 pNew York Rangers PAT 80 50 25 5 321 246 105
2 Washington Capitals PAT 80 45 27 8 330 257 98
3 Montreal Canadiens ADM 80 41 28 11 267 207 93
4 Pittsburgh Penguins PAT 80 39 32 9 343 308 87
5 New Jersey Devils PAT 80 38 31 11 289 259 87
6 Boston Bruins ADM 80 36 32 12 270 275 84
7 New York Islanders PAT 80 34 35 11 291 299 79
8 Philadelphia Flyers PAT 80 32 37 11 252 273 75
9 Buffalo Sabres ADM 80 31 37 12 289 299 74
10 Hartford Whalers ADM 80 26 41 13 247 283 65
11 Quebec Nordiques ADM 80 20 48 12 255 318 52

Divisions: ADM – Adams, PAT – Patrick

p – Clinched Presidents' Trophy
bold – Qualified for playoffs


Schedule and results[edit]

Regular season[edit]

1991–92 regular season

Legend:   Win (2 points)   Loss (0 points)   Tie (1 point)

Player statistics[edit]

Skaters[edit]

  • Position abbreviations: C = Center; D = Defense; G = Goaltender; LW = Left Wing; RW = Right Wing
  • dagger = Joined team via a transaction (e.g., trade, waivers, signing) during the season. Stats reflect time with the Flyers only.
  • double-dagger = Left team via a transaction (e.g., trade, waivers, release) during the season. Stats reflect time with the Flyers only.
Regular season
No. Player Age Pos GP G A Pts +/- PIM
17 Brind'Amour, RodRod Brind'Amour 21 C 80 33 44 77 −3 100
20 Dineen, KevinKevin Dineendagger 28 RW 64 26 30 56 1 130
18 Ricci, MikeMike Ricci 20 C 78 20 36 56 −10 93
19, 28 Duchesne, SteveSteve Duchesne 26 D 78 18 38 56 −7 86
14 Pederson, MarkMark Pederson 24 LW 58 15 25 40 14 22
10, 14 Quinn, DanDan Quinn 26 C 67 11 26 37 −13 26
5 Huffman, KerryKerry Huffman 24 D 60 14 18 32 1 41
23 Lomakin, AndreiAndrei Lomakin 27 RW 57 14 16 30 −6 26
22 Tocchet, RickRick Tocchetdouble-dagger 27 RW 42 13 16 29 3 102
8 Recchi, MarkMark Recchidagger 23 RW 22 10 17 27 −5 18
2 Howe, MarkMark Howe 36 D 42 7 18 25 18 18
9 Eklund, PellePelle Eklund 28 LW 51 7 16 23 0 4
40 Boivin, ClaudeClaude Boivin 21 LW 58 5 13 18 −2 187
3 Galley, GarryGarry Galleydagger 28 D 39 3 15 18 1 34
25 Acton, KeithKeith Acton 33 C 50 7 10 17 −4 98
47 Jones, BradBrad Jones 26 LW 48 7 10 17 −2 44
29 Carkner, TerryTerry Carkner 25 D 73 4 12 16 −14 195
19 Benning, BrianBrian Benningdagger 25 D 22 2 12 14 −9 35
37 Freer, MarkMark Freer 23 LW 50 6 7 13 −1 18
28 Samuelsson, KjellKjell Samuelssondouble-dagger 33 D 54 4 9 13 1 76
46 Conroy, AlAl Conroy 26 C 31 2 9 11 1 74
3 Murphy, GordGord Murphydouble-dagger 24 D 31 2 8 10 −4 33
44 Foster, CoreyCorey Foster 22 D 25 3 4 7 −14 20
21, 24 Brown, DaveDave Brown 29 RW 70 4 2 6 −11 81
32 Craven, MurrayMurray Cravendouble-dagger 27 C 12 3 3 6 2 8
15 Kushner, DaleDale Kushner 25 LW 19 3 2 5 −5 18
15 Kasper, SteveSteve Kasper 30 C 16 3 2 5 −3 10
6 Kordic, DanDan Kordic 20 D 46 1 3 4 1 126
21 Horacek, TonyTony Horacekdouble-dagger 24 LW 34 1 3 4 −9 51
11 Latal, JiriJiri Lataldouble-dagger 24 D 10 1 2 3 1 4
27 Hextall, RonRon Hextall 27 G 45 0 3 3 N/A 35
14 Daniels, KimbiKimbi Daniels 20 C 25 1 1 2 −4 4
35 Wregget, KenKen Wreggetdouble-dagger 27 G 23 0 2 2 N/A 0
24 Murray, PatPat Murray 22 LW 9 1 0 1 3 0
36 Walz, WesWes Walzdagger 21 C 2 1 0 1 1 0
33 Roussel, DominicDominic Roussel 21 G 17 0 1 1 N/A 2
26 Hostak, MartinMartin Hostak 24 C 5 0 1 1 −1 2
42 Mantha, MoeMoe Manthadagger 31 D 5 0 0 0 0 2
24 Dallman, RodRod Dallman 25 LW 2 0 0 0 0 5
14 Jensen, ChrisChris Jensen 28 RW 2 0 0 0 −1 0
66 Dupre, YanickYanick Dupre 19 LW 1 0 0 0 0 0
48 Simpson, ReidReid Simpson 22 LW 1 0 0 0 0 0

Goaltenders[edit]

  • dagger = Joined team via a transaction (e.g., trade, waivers, signing) during the season. Stats reflect time with the Flyers only.
  • double-dagger = Left team via a transaction (e.g., trade, waivers, release) during the season. Stats reflect time with the Flyers only.
Regular season
No. Player Age GP W L T SO GA SV% GAA MIN
27 Hextall, RonRon Hextall 27 45 16 21 6 3 151 .883 3.40 2668
35 Wregget, KenKen Wreggetdouble-dagger 27 23 9 8 3 0 75 .865 3.57 1259
33 Roussel, DominicDominic Roussel 21 17 7 8 2 1 40 .908 2.60 922

Awards and records[edit]

Awards[edit]

League awards and honors
Award or honor Recipient Ref
NHL Second All-Star Team Mark Recchi (Right Wing) [7]
Selected to NHL All-Star Game Rod Brind'Amour [8]
Team awards[9]
Award Recipient
Barry Ashbee Trophy Steve Duchesne
Bobby Clarke Trophy Rod Brind'Amour
Class Guy Award Kevin Dineen

Records[edit]

Team[edit]

Franchise team records set during the 1991–92 season
Record Type Total Date(s) Refs
Games tied Streak 4[c] 12/8/1991 – 12/15/1991 [10]

Transactions[edit]

The Flyers were involved in the following transactions from May 26, 1991, the day after the deciding game of the 1991 Stanley Cup Finals, through June 1, 1992, the day of the deciding game of the 1992 Stanley Cup Finals.[11]

Trades[edit]

Date Details Ref
May 30, 1991 To Philadelphia Flyers
Dave Brown
Corey Foster
rights to Jari Kurri
To Edmonton Oilers
Craig Berube
Craig Fisher
Scott Mellanby
[12]
May 30, 1991 To Philadelphia Flyers
Steve Duchesne
Steve Kasper
4th-round pick in 1991
To Los Angeles Kings
Jeff Chychrun
rights to Jari Kurri
[12]
July 29, 1991 To Philadelphia Flyers
Flyers choice of a 1992 or 1993 draft pick[d]
To Toronto Maple Leafs
rights to Mike Bullard
[13]
August 5, 1991 To Philadelphia Flyers
future considerations
To New York Rangers
Shaun Sabol
[14]
August 8, 1991 To Philadelphia Flyers
future considerations
To New York Rangers
Don Biggs
[15]
September 22, 1991 To Philadelphia Flyers
Rod Brind'Amour
Dan Quinn
To St. Louis Blues
Murray Baron
Ron Sutter
[16]
November 13, 1991 To Philadelphia Flyers
Kevin Dineen
To Hartford Whalers
Murray Craven
4th-round pick in 1992
[17]
January 2, 1992 To Philadelphia Flyers
Garry Galley
Wes Walz
3rd-round pick in 1993
To Boston Bruins
Brian Dobbin
Gord Murphy
3rd-round pick in 1992
4th round pick in 1993
[18]
February 7, 1992 To Philadelphia Flyers
Ryan McGill
To Chicago Blackhawks
Tony Horacek
[19]
February 19, 1992 To Philadelphia Flyers
Brian Benning
Mark Recchi
Los Angeles' 1st-round pick in 1992
To Pittsburgh Penguins
Kjell Samuelsson
Rick Tocchet
Ken Wregget
conditional 3rd-round pick in 1993[e]
[20]
February 27, 1992 To Philadelphia Flyers
Moe Mantha
To Winnipeg Jets
future considerations
[21]

Signings[edit]

Free agency[edit]

The following players were signed by the Flyers via free agency.

Date Player Previous team (league) Contract details Ref
August 6, 1991 Brad Jones Los Angeles Kings 2 years [22]
August 21, 1991 Al Conroy Detroit Red Wings [23]

Re-signed[edit]

The following players were re-signed by the Flyers.

Date Player Contract details Notes Ref
November 1991 Ken Wregget 1 year, $350,000 Option for second year [17]

Draft picks[edit]

The Flyers signed the following of their draft picks.

Date Player Previous team (league) Draft Contract details Ref
August 7, 1991 Jamie Cooke Colgate Raiders (ECAC) 1988 7th-round pick [24]
August 7, 1991 Kimbi Daniels Swift Current Broncos (WHL) 1990 3rd-round pick [24]
September 25, 1991 Yanick Dupre Drummondville Voltigeurs (QMJHL) 1991 3rd-round pick [25]
October 3, 1991 Andrei Lomakin HC Dynamo Moscow (Russia) 1991 7th-round pick [26]

NHL Expansion Draft[edit]

The 1991 NHL Expansion Draft was held on May 30, 1991.[12][27] It featured one expansion team, the San Jose Sharks, and one current NHL team, the Minnesota North Stars, selecting players from the other 20 NHL teams.[27] Each NHL team were allowed to protect 16 skaters and 2 goaltenders and all first and second-year players were exempt.[27] The two selecting teams were provided a list of players who the two teams could select.[27] Each NHL team could lose only one player.[27]

The Flyers made the following players available:[27] Don Biggs (free agent), Mike Bullard (free agent), Rod Dallman, Brian Dobbin, David Fenyves, Mark Freer, Mark Howe, Willie Huber (free agent), Chris Jensen, Tim Kerr, Dale Kushner, Normand Lacombe, Pete Peeters, Shaun Sabol, and Glen Seabrooke.

Players selected from the Philadelphia Flyers at the 1991 NHL Expansion Draft[27][28]
Pick Player Selected by
9 Tim Kerr San Jose Sharks

Waivers[edit]

The Flyers were involved in the following waivers transactions.

Date Player Claimed by Claimed from Ref
October 26, 1991 Derrick Smith Minnesota North Stars Philadelphia Flyers [29]

Departures[edit]

The following players left the team via free agency, release, or retirement. Players who were under contract and left the team during the season are marked with an asterisk (*).

Date Player New team (league) Via Notes Ref
August 12, 1991 Scott Sandelin Minnesota North Stars Free agency [30]
September 26, 1991 Pete Peeters Buyout Retired [25][31]
October 3, 1991 Normand Lacombe Canadian National Team Buyout Played briefly for Canadian team before retiring[32] [33]
February 3, 1992 Jiri Latal* Valerenga (Norway) Buyout Played remainder of season for Valerenga [34][35]

Draft picks[edit]

NHL Entry Draft[edit]

Philadelphia's picks at the 1991 NHL Entry Draft, which was held at the Buffalo Memorial Auditorium in Buffalo, New York, on June 22, 1991.[36] The Flyers traded their second-round pick, 28th overall, to the Montreal Canadiens for Mark Pederson on March 5, 1991.[37] They also traded their fourth-round pick, 72nd overall, and Jay Wells to the Buffalo Sabres for Kevin Maguire and the Sabres' 1990 second-round pick on March 5, 1990, and their eight-round pick, 160th overall, and Kevin Maguire to the Toronto Maple Leafs for the Maple Leafs' 1990 third-round pick on June 16, 1990.[37]

Players drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers in 1991 and their NHL career regular season statistics
Round Pick Player Position Nationality Team (league) GP G A Pts PIM W L T GAA Notes
1 6 Forsberg, PeterPeter Forsberg Center  Sweden Modo Hockey (Elitserien) 708 249 636 885 690 &
&
&
&
3 50 Dupre, YanickYanick Dupre Left Wing  Canada Drummondville Voltigeurs (QMJHL) 35 2 0 2 16 &
&
&
&
4 86 Brimanis, ArisAris Brimanis Defense  United States Bowling Green Falcons (CCHA) 113 2 12 14 57 &
&
&
&
[f]
5 94 Degrace, YanickYanick Degrace Goaltender  Canada Trois-Rivières Draveurs (QMJHL) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
6 116 Norris, ClaytonClayton Norris Right Wing  Canada Medicine Hat Tigers (WHL) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
6 122 Yushkevich, DmitriDmitri Yushkevich Defense  Russia Yaroslavl Torpedo (RUS) 786 43 182 225 659 &
&
&
&
[g]
7 138 Lomakin, AndreiAndrei Lomakin Left Wing  Russia Moscow Dynamo (RUS) 215 42 62 104 92 &
&
&
&
9 182 Bode, JimJim Bode Left Wing  United States Robbinsdale Armstrong High School (Minn.) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
10 204 Bartell, JoshJosh Bartell Defense  United States Rome Free Academy (N.Y.) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
11 226 Little, NeilNeil Little Goaltender  Canada RPI Engineers (ECAC) 2 0 0 0 10 0 2 0 3.87
12 248 Parco, JohnJohn Parco Center  Canada Belleville Bulls (OHL) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&

NHL Supplemental Draft[edit]

Philadelphia's picks at the 1991 NHL Supplemental Draft.[38][39]

Players drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 1991 Supplemental Draft and their NHL career regular season statistics
Round Pick Player Position Nationality Team (league) GP G A Pts PIM W L T GAA
1 6 Angelo Libertucci Goaltender  Canada Bowling Green Falcons (CCHA)
2 12 Brendan Locke Right Wing  United States Merrimack Warriors (HE)

Farm teams[edit]

The Flyers were affiliated with the Hershey Bears of the AHL.[40][41]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Holmgren was fired on December 4 and replaced by Dineen.[1]
  2. ^ Tocchet was traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins on February 19. No new captain was named for the remainder of the season and the entirety of the next.
  3. ^ Tied mark set during the 1968–69 season.
  4. ^ The Flyers had the choice of receiving Toronto's 1992 fourth-round pick or Toronto's 1993 third-round pick.[13] The Flyers chose the 1993 third-round pick.
  5. ^ Condition met.
  6. ^ The Flyers traded Jeff Chychrun and the rights to Jari Kurri to the Los Angeles Kings for Steve Duchesne, Steve Kasper and the Kings' fourth-round pick, 86th overall, on May 30, 1991.[37]
  7. ^ The Flyers traded Dave Brown to the Edmonton Oilers for Keith Acton and the Oilers' sixth-round pick, 122nd overall, on February 7, 1989.[37]

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