1992–93 Philadelphia Flyers season

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1992–93 Philadelphia Flyers
Division 5th Patrick
Conference 9th Wales
1992–93 record 36–37–11
Home record 23–14–5
Road record 13–23–6
Goals for 319 (13th)
Goals against 319 (17th)
Team information
President Jay Snider
General Manager Russ Farwell
Coach Bill Dineen
Captain Vacant
Alternate captains Keith Acton
Terry Carkner
Kevin Dineen
Arena Spectrum
Average attendance 17,281[1]
Minor league affiliate(s) Hershey Bears
Team leaders
Goals Mark Recchi (53)
Assists Mark Recchi (70)
Points Mark Recchi (123)
Penalties in minutes Ryan McGill (238)
Plus/minus Eric Lindros (+28)
Wins Tommy Soderstrom (20)
Goals against average Tommy Soderstrom (3.42)

The 1992–93 Philadelphia Flyers season was the Philadelphia Flyers 26th season in the National Hockey League (NHL). The Flyers added Eric Lindros in a blockbuster trade, but the team failed to make the playoffs for the fourth season in a row.

Off-season[edit]

In June 1992, the Flyers won the arbitration battle for 1991 first-overall pick Eric Lindros over the New York Rangers. It was determined that the Quebec Nordiques had made a deal with the Flyers before making a deal with the Rangers. In order to acquire Lindros' rights, the Flyers parted with six players, trading Steve Duchesne, Ron Hextall, Kerry Huffman, Mike Ricci, Chris Simon, the rights to Peter Forsberg, two first-round draft picks, and $15 million to Quebec.

Regular season[edit]

The trio of Lindros, Mark Recchi, and Brent Fedyk formed the Crazy Eights line in Lindros' first two years in the league, the eights being the player's jersey numbers (88, 8, and 18 respectively). Recchi set the franchise record for points in a season with 123 (53 goals, 70 assists) and Lindros scored 41 goals in 61 games. Rod Brind'Amour added 86 points (37 goals, 49 assists) of his own. Four Flyers reached the 30-goal plateau[2] and goaltender Tommy Soderstrom finished with 5 shutouts: second in the NHL only to Ed Belfour of the Chicago Blackhawks.[3] The Flyers didn't name a replacement captain after Rick Tocchet was traded the previous season and instead chose to go with three alternate captains. After struggling early the Flyers made a run at the playoffs, winning their final eight regular-season games, but came four points short of the last spot.

The Flyers had the fewest power-play opportunities during the regular season, with 399.[4]

On May 24, 1993, the Flyers announced Terry Simpson was replacing Bill Dineen as head coach.[5]

Season standings[edit]

Patrick Division
GP W L T Pts GF GA
Pittsburgh Penguins 84 56 21 7 119 367 268
Washington Capitals 84 43 34 7 93 325 286
New York Islanders 84 40 37 7 87 335 297
New Jersey Devils 84 40 37 7 87 308 299
Philadelphia Flyers 84 36 37 11 83 319 319
New York Rangers 84 34 39 11 79 304 308

[6]Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against

Note: Teams that qualified for the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

Wales Conference[7]
R Div GP W L T GF GA Pts
1 p – Pittsburgh Penguins PTK 84 56 21 7 367 268 119
2 Boston Bruins ADM 84 51 26 7 332 268 109
3 Quebec Nordiques ADM 84 47 27 10 351 300 104
4 Montreal Canadiens ADM 84 48 30 6 326 280 102
5 Washington Capitals PTK 84 43 34 7 325 286 93
6 New York Islanders PTK 84 40 37 7 335 297 87
7 New Jersey Devils PTK 84 40 37 7 308 299 87
8 Buffalo Sabres ADM 84 38 36 10 335 297 86
9 Philadelphia Flyers PTK 84 36 37 11 319 319 83
10 New York Rangers PTK 84 34 39 11 304 308 79
11 Hartford Whalers ADM 84 26 52 6 284 369 58
12 Ottawa Senators ADM 84 10 70 4 202 395 24

p – Won Presidents' Trophy (and division)
Divisions: PTK – Patrick, ADM – Adams
bold – Qualified for playoffs


Schedule and results[edit]

Regular season[edit]

1992–93 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
8 Recchi, MarkMark Recchi 24 RW 84 53 70 123 1 95
17 Brind'Amour, RodRod Brind'Amour 22 C 81 37 49 86 −8 89
88 Lindros, EricEric Lindros 19 C 61 41 34 75 28 147
11 Dineen, KevinKevin Dineen 29 RW 83 35 28 63 14 201
3 Galley, GarryGarry Galley 29 D 83 13 49 62 18 115
18 Fedyk, BrentBrent Fedyk 25 LW 74 21 38 59 14 48
9 Eklund, PellePelle Eklund 29 LW 55 11 38 49 12 16
12 Paslawski, GregGreg Paslawskidouble-dagger 31 RW 60 14 19 33 0 12
2 Yushkevich, DmitriDmitri Yushkevich 21 D 82 5 27 32 12 71
20 Hawgood, GregGreg Hawgooddagger 24 D 40 6 22 28 −7 39
19 Benning, BrianBrian Benningdouble-dagger 26 D 37 9 17 26 0 93
42 Beranek, JosefJosef Beranekdagger 23 RW 40 13 12 25 −1 50
25 Acton, KeithKeith Acton 34 C 83 8 15 23 −10 51
15 Evans, DougDoug Evans 29 LW 65 8 13 21 −9 70
23 Lomakin, AndreiAndrei Lomakin 28 LW 51 8 12 20 15 34
29 Carkner, TerryTerry Carkner 26 D 83 3 16 19 18 150
5 Nattress, RicRic Nattress 30 D 44 7 10 17 1 29
22 Butsayev, VyacheslavVyacheslav Butsayev 22 C 52 2 14 16 3 61
27 McGill, RyanRyan McGill 23 D 72 3 10 13 9 238
10 Boivin, ClaudeClaude Boivin 22 LW 30 5 4 9 −5 76
26 Hynes, GordGord Hynes 26 D 37 3 4 7 −3 16
14 Pederson, MarkMark Pedersondouble-dagger 25 LW 14 3 4 7 −2 6
46 Conroy, AlAl Conroy 27 C 21 3 2 5 −1 17
36 Faust, AndreAndre Faust 23 LW 10 2 2 4 5 4
34 Barrie, LenLen Barrie 23 C 8 2 2 4 2 9
15 Kasper, SteveSteve Kasperdouble-dagger 31 C 21 1 3 4 −4 2
44 Cronin, ShawnShawn Cronin 29 D 35 2 1 3 0 37
21 Brown, DaveDave Brown 30 RW 70 0 2 2 −5 78
30 Soderstrom, TommyTommy Soderstrom 23 G 44 0 2 2 N/A 4
33 Roussel, DominicDominic Roussel 22 G 34 0 2 2 N/A 11
14 Snuggerud, DaveDave Snuggeruddaggerdouble-dagger 26 RW 14 0 2 2 0 0
28 Bowen, JasonJason Bowen 19 D 7 1 0 1 1 2
35 Beauregard, StephaneStephane Beauregard 25 G 16 0 1 1 N/A 0
41 Mulvenna, GlennGlenn Mulvenna 25 C 1 0 0 0 1 2

Goaltenders[edit]

Regular season
No. Player Age GP W L T SO GA SV% GAA MIN
30 Soderstrom, TommyTommy Soderstrom 23 44 20 17 6 5 143 .892 3.42 2512
33 Roussel, DominicDominic Roussel 22 34 13 11 5 1 111 .881 3.76 1769
35 Beauregard, StephaneStephane Beauregard 25 16 3 9 0 0 59 .854 4.41 802

Awards and records[edit]

Awards[edit]

League awards and honors
Award or honor Recipient Notes Ref
NHL All-Rookie Team Eric Lindros (Forward) [8]
NHL Player of the Week Mark Recchi (November 16) [9]
Tommy Soderstrom (January 11) Co-winner with St. Louis Blues' Guy Hebert [10]
Selected to NHL All-Star Game Mark Recchi [11]
Team awards[12]
Award Recipient
Barry Ashbee Trophy Garry Galley
Bobby Clarke Trophy Mark Recchi
Class Guy Award Mark Recchi

Records[edit]

Individual[edit]

Franchise player records set during the 1992–93 season
Record Type Total Player Ref
Points Season 123 Mark Recchi [13]
Goals scored by a rookie Season 41 Eric Lindros [14]
Games played Season 84[a] Mark Recchi [13]

Team[edit]

Franchise team records set during the 1992–93 season
Record Type Total Date(s) Opponent Refs
Goals against Period 6[b] 3/7/1993 New Jersey Devils [15]
Most goals against Season 319 [16]

Transactions[edit]

The Flyers were involved in the following transactions from June 2, 1992, the day after the deciding game of the 1992 Stanley Cup Finals, through June 9, 1993, the day of the deciding game of the 1993 Stanley Cup Finals.[17]

Trades[edit]

Date Details Ref
June 20, 1992[c] To Philadelphia Flyers
rights to Eric Lindros
To Quebec Nordiques
Steve Duchesne
Ron Hextall
Kerry Huffman
Mike Ricci
Chris Simon
rights to Peter Forsberg
1st-round pick in 1993
1st-round pick in 1994
$15 million
[21][19]
October 1, 1992 To Philadelphia Flyers
Brent Fedyk
To Detroit Red Wings
4th-round pick in 1993
[22]
October 1, 1992 To Philadelphia Flyers
Stephane Beauregard
To Winnipeg Jets
3rd-round pick in 1993
5th-round pick in 1994
[22]
December 8, 1992 To Philadelphia Flyers
Dan Vincelette
To Tampa Bay Lightning
Steve Kasper
[23]
December 19, 1992 To Philadelphia Flyers
Dave Snuggerud
To San Jose Sharks
Mark Pederson
[24]
January 16, 1993 To Philadelphia Flyers
Josef Beranek
Greg Hawgood
To Edmonton Oilers
Brian Benning
[25]
February 2, 1993 To Philadelphia Flyers
Bob Wilkie
To Detroit Red Wings
future considerations
[26]
February 7, 1993[d] To Philadelphia Flyers
Philadelphia's 3rd-round pick in 1993
future considerations
To Winnipeg Jets
Stephane Beauregard
[29]
March 18, 1993 To Philadelphia Flyers
9th-round pick in 1993
To Toronto Maple Leafs
Greg Paslawski
[30]

Signings[edit]

Free agency[edit]

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

Date Player Previous team (league) Contract details Ref
July 11, 1992 Glenn Mulvenna Pittsburgh Penguins [31]
August 20, 1992 Ric Nattress Toronto Maple Leafs 4 years, $1.9 million [32][33]
August 26, 1992 Gord Hynes Boston Bruins [34]
August 26, 1992 Greg Paslawski Quebec Nordiques [34]
October 5, 1992 Andre Faust Princeton Tigers (ECAC) [35]
December 14, 1992 Daniel Dore Quebec Nordiques [36]

Re-signed[edit]

The following players were re-signed by the Flyers.

Date Player Contract details Notes Ref
August 4, 1992 Corey Foster [37]
August 4, 1992 Ryan McGill [37]
August 4, 1992 Mark Pederson [37]
August 6, 1992 Claude Boivin 4 years [38]
October 7, 1992 Dominic Roussel 3 years, $1.175 million Third year is option year [39][40]
December 8, 1992 Rod Brind'Amour 4 years, $3.325 million [23]
December 9, 1992 Kevin Dineen 3 years [41]
March 4, 1993 Greg Hawgood multi-year [42]

Draft picks[edit]

The Flyers signed the following of their draft picks.

Date Player Previous team (league) Draft Contract details Ref
July 1, 1992 Tommy Soderstrom Djurgardens IF (Elitserien) 1990 11th-round pick [43]
July 14, 1992 Eric Lindros Canadian National Team 1991 1st-round pick (Quebec) 6 years, $22 million [44][45]
August 4, 1992 Scott LaGrand Boston College Eagles (Hockey East) 1988 4th-round pick [37]
September 9, 1992 Dmitri Yushkevich HC Dynamo Moscow (Russia) 1991 6th-round pick [46]
September 21, 1992 Vyacheslav Butsayev HC CSKA Moscow (Russia) 1990 6th-round pick [47]
September 22, 1992 Jason Bowen Tri-City Americans (WHL) 1992 1st-round pick [48]
April 6, 1993 Aris Brimanis Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL) 1991 4th-round pick [49]

NHL Expansion Draft[edit]

The 1992 NHL Expansion Draft was held on June 18, 1992.[50][51] It featured two expansion teams, the Ottawa Senators and Tampa Bay Lightning, selecting players from the other 22 NHL teams.[50] Each NHL team was allowed to protect 14 skaters and 2 goaltenders and all first and second-year players were exempt.[50] The two selecting teams were provided a list of players they could select.[50] Each NHL team could lose only two players.[50]

Philadelphia Flyers protection lists at the 1992 NHL Expansion Draft
Status Players
Unprotected[50] David Fenyves (D), Corey Foster (D), Mark Freer (F), Bruce Hoffort (G), Willie Huber (D), Chris Jensen (F), Brad Jones (F), Dale Kushner (F), Moe Mantha (D), Darren Rumble (D)
Selections[52] Ottawa Senators selected Darren Rumble 8th overall
Ottawa Senators selected Mark Freer 33rd overall

NHL Waiver Draft[edit]

The 1992 NHL Waiver Draft was held on October 4, 1992.[53][54] Each NHL team placed 18 skaters and 2 goaltenders on a protected list from which the other teams could not select.[53] First-year professional players were exempt.[53]

The Flyers left the following players unprotected:[55] eight players total including defenseman Corey Foster and forwards Chris Jensen and Glenn Mulvenna.

Selections involving the Philadelphia Flyers at the 1992 NHL Waiver Draft[53]
Round Player Selected by Selected from
1 Shawn Cronin Philadelphia Flyers Quebec Nordiques
2 Doug Evans Philadelphia Flyers Quebec Nordiques

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
July 8, 1992 Mark Howe Detroit Red Wings Free agency [56]
August 4, 1992 Brad Jones Buyout [37]
October 5, 1992 Dan Quinn Minnesota North Stars Free agency [57]
N/A Rod Dallman Retirement [58]
N/A Martin Hostak Modo Hockey (Elitserien) Free agency [59]
October 1992 Moe Mantha* Retirement [60]
November 1992 Dale Kushner* Capital District Islanders (AHL) Release Signed with Capital District late in season [61]
December 14, 1992 Reid Simpson Minnesota North Stars Free agency [62]
January 25, 1993 Kimbi Daniels* Buyout [63]
February 12, 1993 Dave Snuggerud* Retirement [64]

Draft picks[edit]

NHL Entry Draft[edit]

Philadelphia's picks at the 1992 NHL Entry Draft, which was held at the Montreal Forum in Montreal, Quebec on June 20, 1992.[65] The Flyers traded their third-round pick, 55th overall, Brian Dobbin, Gord Murphy, and their 1993 fourth-round pick to the Boston Bruins for Garry Galley, Wes Walz and the Bruins' 1993 third-round pick on January 2, 1992.[66] They also traded their fourth-round pick, 79th overall, and Murray Craven to the Hartford Whalers for Kevin Dineen on November 13, 1991.[66]

Players drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers in 1992 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 7 Sittler, RyanRyan Sittler Left Wing  Canada Nichols School (N.Y.) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
1 15 Bowen, JasonJason Bowen Left Wing  Canada Tri-City Americans (WHL) 77 2 6 8 109 &
&
&
&
[e]
2 31 Metlyuk, DenisDenis Metlyuk Left Wing  Russia HC Lada Togliatti (Russia) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
5 103 Boulin, VladislavVladislav Boulin Defense  Russia Dizel Penza (Russia) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
6 127 Zolotov, RomanRoman Zolotov Defense  Russia Moscow Dynamo (Russia) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
7 151 Daubenspeck, KirkKirk Daubenspeck Goaltender  United States Culver Military Academy (Indiana) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
8 175 Jutras, ClaudeClaude Jutras Right Wing  Canada Hull Olympiques (QMJHL) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
9 199 Harkansson, JonasJonas Harkansson Left Wing  Sweden Malmö IF (Elitserien) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
10 223 Herperger, ChrisChris Herperger Center  Canada Swift Current Broncos (WHL) 169 18 25 43 75 &
&
&
&
11 247 Paquin, PatricePatrice Paquin Left Wing  Canada Beauport Harfangs (QMJHL) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&

NHL Supplemental Draft[edit]

Philadelphia's picks at the 1992 NHL Supplemental Draft on June 19, 1992.[67]

Players drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 1992 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 7 MacDonald, GarettGarett MacDonald Defense  Canada Northern Michigan Wildcats (CCHA)

Farm teams[edit]

The Flyers were affiliated with the Hershey Bears of the AHL.[68] Led by Tim Tookey's 108 point season, Hershey finished 5th in their division and missed the playoffs.[69]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Tied during the 1993–94 season by Recchi and Rod Brind'Amour.
  2. ^ Tied mark set during the 1968–69 and 1981–82 seasons and subsequently tied during the 2006–07 season.
  3. ^ As part of the original trade made on June 20, the Flyers would have parted with Duchesne, Hextall, Huffman, Ricci, the rights to Forsberg, the Flyers 1st-round pick in 1992 (7th overall) and 1993, and $15 million.[18] Since the Flyers used the 1992 pick to select Ryan Sittler and Quebec had no interest in Sittler, the Flyers and Nordiques had to agree on a substitution for the pick.[19][18][20] On July 21, arbitrator Larry Bertuzzi ruled that Chris Simon and the Flyers' 1994 first-round pick would be added to the trade.[19]
  4. ^ The trade was nullified by the NHL on February 9 since it violated league rules.[27] A player traded within four weeks of the NHL Waiver Draft cannot be reacquired by the team which traded him for the remainder of the season.[27] After the season the Flyers traded Beauregard back to the Jets.[28]
  5. ^ The Flyers acquired the Los Angeles Kings' first-round pick, 15th overall, along with Brian Benning and Mark Recchi from the Pittsburgh Penguins for Kjell Samuelsson, Rick Tocchet, Ken Wregget, and the Flyers' 1993 third-round pick on February 19, 1992.[66]

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