List of Philadelphia Flyers records

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Claude Giroux, pictured here during an April 13, 2012 playoff game, set a team record during the game for most points in a single playoff game.

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.[1] The Flyers were founded in 1967 as one of six expansion teams, increasing the size of the NHL at that time to 12 teams.[2]

Key[edit]

Key of colors, symbols, and abbreviations
Color/symbol/abbreviation Explanation
dagger NHL record
double-dagger Tied for NHL record
Ref(s) References

Career and single season[edit]

Individual[edit]

Seasons and games played[edit]

Bobby Clarke holds the franchise regular season and playoff records for both seasons played and games played.
Philadelphia Flyers seasons and games played records
Record Regular season Postseason Refs
Seasons played 15
Bobby Clarke
13
Bobby Clarke
[3][4]
Seasons played by a goaltender 11
Ron Hextall
7
Ron Hextall
Bernie Parent
[5][6][7]
Games played 1,144
Bobby Clarke
136
Bobby Clarke
[8][9]
Games played by a goaltender 489
Ron Hextall
84
Ron Hextall
[10][11]
Games played by a goaltender, one season 73
Bernie Parent (1973–74)
26double-dagger
Ron Hextall (1987)
[12][13]

Goals[edit]

Bill Barber holds the career regular season record and is tied for the career playoff record in goals scored.
Mike Richards holds the NHL career record for most 5-on-3 shorthanded goals scored.
Philadelphia Flyers goals scored records
Record Regular season Postseason Refs
Goals scored 420
Bill Barber
53
Bill Barber
Rick MacLeish
[8][9]
Goals scored, one season 61
Reggie Leach (1975–76)
19double-dagger
Reggie Leach (1976)
[14][15]
Goals scored by a defenseman 138
Mark Howe
14
Eric Desjardins
[16][17]
Goals scored by a defenseman, one season 24
Mark Howe (1985–86)
5
Andy Delmore (2000)
[18][19]
Goals scored by a goaltender 1
Ron Hextall
1double-dagger
Ron Hextall
[10][11]
Goals scored by a goaltender, one season 1double-dagger
Ron Hextall (1987–88)
1double-dagger
Ron Hextall (1989)
[12][13]
Powerplay goals scored 145
Tim Kerr
21
Rick MacLeish
[8][9]
Powerplay goals scored, one season 34dagger
Tim Kerr (1985–86)
8
Tim Kerr (1989)
[14][3][15]
Powerplay goals scored by a defenseman 39
Eric Desjardins
Mark Howe
6
Doug Crossman
[16][17]
Powerplay goals scored by a defenseman, one season 8
Mark Howe (1987–88)
Eric Desjardins (1999–2000)
Shayne Gostisbehere (2015–16)
3
Tom Bladon (1974)
Doug Crossman (1985)
Chris Pronger (2010)
[18][19]
Shorthanded goals scored 32
Bobby Clarke
5
Bill Barber
Dave Poulin
[8][9]
Shorthanded goals scored, one season 7
Brian Propp (1984–85)
Mark Howe (1985–86)
Mike Richards (2008–09)
3double-dagger
Bill Barber (1980)
[14][3][15]
5-on-3 shorthanded goals scored 3dagger
Mike Richards
1
Dave Poulin
[20]
Game-winning goals scored 61
John LeClair
11
Rick MacLeish
[8][9]
Game-winning goals scored, one season 12
Brian Propp (1982–83)
Jeff Carter (2008–09)
4
Rick MacLeish (1974)
Bill Barber (1980)
Danny Briere (2010)
[14][15]
Overtime goals scored 7
Claude Giroux
3
Bobby Clarke
[21][22]
Overtime goals scored, one season 4
Shayne Gostisbehere (2015–16)
1
36 players
[14][22]
Penalty shot goals scored 3
Simon Gagne
1
Eric Lindros
Mike Richards
[23][24]

Assists[edit]

Mark Howe holds the team records for most career regular season and playoff assists by a defenseman.
Philadelphia Flyers assists records
Record Regular season Postseason Refs
Assists 852
Bobby Clarke
77
Bobby Clarke
[8][9]
Assists, one season 89
Bobby Clarke (1974–75)
Bobby Clarke (1975–76)
20
Pelle Eklund (1987)
[14][15]
Assists by a defenseman 342
Mark Howe
45
Mark Howe
[16][17]
Assists by a defenseman, one season 60
Garry Galley (1993–94)
15
Mark Howe (1989)
[18][19]
Assists by a goaltender 27
Ron Hextall
4
Ron Hextall
[5][11][25]
Assists by a goaltender, one season 8
Ron Hextall (1988–89)
2
Ron Hextall (1988)
Garth Snow (1997)
[12][13]

Points[edit]

Danny Briere set the team single playoff season record for most points in 2010.
Philadelphia Flyers points records
Record Regular season Postseason Refs
Points 1,210
Bobby Clarke
119
Bobby Clarke
[8][9]
Points, one season 123
Mark Recchi (1992–93)
30
Danny Briere (2010)
[14][15]
Points by a defenseman 480
Mark Howe
53
Mark Howe
[16][17]
Points by a defenseman, one season 82
Mark Howe (1985–86)
18
Doug Crossman (1987)
Chris Pronger (2010)
[18][19]
Points by a goaltender 28
Ron Hextall
5
Ron Hextall
[5][11][25]
Points by a goaltender, one season 8
Ron Hextall (1988–89)
2
Ron Hextall (1988)
Garth Snow (1997)
[12][13]

Miscellaneous[edit]

Dave Schultz holds the NHL single season record for most penalties in minutes.
Philadelphia Flyers miscellaneous records
Record Regular season Postseason Refs
Penalties in minutes 1,817
Rick Tocchet
363
Dave Schultz
[8][9]
Penalties in minutes, one season 472dagger
Dave Schultz (1974–75)
139
Dave Schultz (1974)
[14][3][15]
Penalties in minutes by a goaltender, one season 113dagger
Ron Hextall (1988–89)
43dagger
Ron Hextall (1987)
[12][3]
Highest plus-minus[a] +506
Bobby Clarke
+43
Mark Howe
[8][9][26]
Highest plus-minus, one season[a] +85
Mark Howe (1985–86)
+17
Danny Markov (2004)
[14][15]
Lowest plus-minus[a] –51
Larry Hale
–14
Jeff Carter
[8][9]
Lowest plus-minus, one season[a] –32
R. J. Umberger (2006–07)
–9
Doug Crossman (1988)
[14][15]
Shots on goal 3,250
Bill Barber
317
John LeClair
[8][27][28]
Shots on goal, one season 380
Bill Barber (1975–76)
104
Brian Propp (1987)
[14][27][29]
Hat tricks 17
Tim Kerr
3
Tim Kerr
Rick MacLeish
[3][4]
Hat tricks, one season 5
Tim Kerr (1984–85)
2
Rick MacLeish (1975)
[3][30]

Goaltending[edit]

Ron Hextall holds the franchise regular season and playoff records for both wins and losses.
Bernie Parent held the NHL single season wins record until he was surpassed in 2007.[31] He still holds the NHL single season record for most wins in regulation time (see below).[31]
Philadelphia Flyers goaltending records
Record Regular season Postseason Refs
Wins 240
Ron Hextall
45
Ron Hextall
[10][11]
Wins, one season 47
Bernie Parent (1973–74)
15
Ron Hextall (1987)
[12][13]
Losses 172
Ron Hextall
36
Ron Hextall
[10][11]
Losses, one season 29
Bernie Parent (1969–70)
Antero Niittymaki (2006–07)
11
Ron Hextall (1987)
[12][13]
Ties 104
Bernie Parent
N/A
[10]
Ties, one season 20
Bernie Parent (1969–70)
N/A
[12]
Shutouts 50
Bernie Parent
6
Bernie Parent
[10][11]
Shutouts, one season 12
Bernie Parent (1973–74)
Bernie Parent (1974–75)
4
Bernie Parent (1975)
[12][13]
Minutes played 28,276
Bernie Parent
4,926
Ron Hextall
[32][33]
Minutes played, one season 4,314
Bernie Parent (1973–74)
1,540
Ron Hextall (1987)
[12][13]
Goals against average 1.96
Roman Cechmanek
2.33
Roman Cechmanek
[10][11]
Goals against average, one season 1.83
Roman Cechmanek (2002–03)
1.35
Bernie Parent (1968)
[12][34]
Save percentage[b] .923
Roman Cechmanek
.916
Bernie Parent
[36][27][37]
Save percentage, one season[b] .933
Bernie Parent (1973–74)
.963
Bernie Parent (1968)
[27][37]
Goals against 1,367
Ron Hextall
242
Ron Hextall
[10][11]
Goals against, one season 208
Ron Hextall (1987–88)
71
Ron Hextall (1987)
[12][13]

Rookies[edit]

Philadelphia Flyers rookie records
Record Total Holder Season Ref
Goals scored 41 Eric Lindros 1992–93 [3]
Goals scored by a defenseman 17 Shayne Gostisbehere 2015–16 [38]
Assists 51 Pelle Eklund 1985–86 [3]
Assists by a defenseman 44 Janne Niinimaa 1996–97 [3]
Assists, playoffs 14dagger Ville Leino 2009–10 [39]
Points 82 Mikael Renberg 1993–94 [3]
Points by a defenseman 49 Behn Wilson 1978–79 [3]
Points, playoffs 21double-dagger Ville Leino 2009–10 [39]

Streaks[edit]

Ilya Bryzgalov set the team record in 2012 by going 249 minutes and 43 seconds without allowing a goal.
Philadelphia Flyers longest player streaks
Record Total Holder Details Ref
Games played 484 Rod Brind'Amour 2/24/1993 – 4/18/1999 [3]
Games started by a goaltender 37 Bernie Parent 10/11/1973 – 1/10/1974 [40]
Games with a goal 9 Rick Tocchet 3/1/1989 – 3/19/1989 [3]
Games with a goal, playoffs 10dagger Reggie Leach 4/17/1976 – 5/9/1976 [34]
Games with an assist 12 Bobby Clarke 3/11/1976 – 4/3/1976 [3]
2/1/1978 – 3/16/1978
Games with a point 18 Bobby Clarke 2/26/1975 – 4/3/1975 [3]
Eric Lindros 1/7/1999 – 2/18/1999
Games with a point by a rookie defenseman 15dagger Shayne Gostisbehere 1/19/2016 – 2/20/2016 [3]
Games without a win, goaltender 15 Antero Niittymaki 12/2/2006 – 1/20/2007 [40]
Minutes without allowing a goal 249:43 Ilya Bryzgalov 3/8/2012 – 3/15/2012 [3]

Per game averages[edit]

Philadelphia Flyers highest per game averages records
Record Total Holder Season Ref
Goals per game .60 Tim Kerr [8]
Eric Lindros
Goals per game, one season .77 Tim Kerr 1986–87 [41]
Goals per game, playoffs .54 Danny Briere [42]
Assists per game .85 Peter Forsberg [36]
Assists per game, one season 1.17 Bobby Clarke 1975–76 [41]
Points per game 1.36 Eric Lindros [8]
Points per game, one season 1.58 Eric Lindros 1995–96 [41]
Points per game, playoffs 1.29 Ken Linseman [42]

Playoff series[edit]

Michael Leighton tied an NHL record in 2010 for most shutouts in a playoff series.
Philadelphia Flyers playoff series records
Record Total Holder Series Opponent Refs
Goals scored 10 Tim Kerr 1989 Patrick Division Finals Pittsburgh Penguins [4]
Assists 9 Danny Briere 2010 Stanley Cup Finals Chicago Blackhawks [4]
Points 15 Tim Kerr 1989 Patrick Division Finals Pittsburgh Penguins [4]
Powerplay goals scored 5 Tim Kerr 1989 Patrick Division Finals Pittsburgh Penguins [4]
Shorthanded goals scored 3double-dagger Bill Barber 1980 Semifinals Minnesota North Stars [4]
Penalty minutes 116dagger Dave Schultz 1976 Quarterfinals Toronto Maple Leafs [4]
Shutouts 3double-dagger Michael Leighton 2010 Eastern Conference Finals Montreal Canadiens [4][43]

Team[edit]

All-time record[edit]

Philadelphia Flyers all-time team record
Record S GP W L T OTL SOL Pts  % Refs
Regular season totals 48 3,800 1,895 1,312 457 66 70 4,383 .577 pts % [44]
Postseason totals 38 427 219 208 N/A N/A N/A N/A .513 win % [45][46]

Regular season[edit]

Philadelphia Flyers team regular season records
Record Total Season Ref
Most wins 53 1984–85
1985–86
[47]
Fewest wins 17 1969–70 [47]
Most wins at home 36double-dagger 1975–76 [48]
Fewest wins at home 10 2006–07 [48]
Most wins on road 25 2010–11
2011–12
[48]
Fewest wins on road 6 1968–69
1969–70
[48]
Most losses 48 2006–07 [47]
Most losses at home 24 2006–07 [48]
Most losses on road 25 1971–72 [48]
Most overtime losses 18 2014–15 [47]
Fewest losses 12 1979–80 [47]
Fewest losses at home 2 1975–76 [48]
Fewest losses on road 7 1979–80 [48]
Fewest overtime losses 3 1999–2000
2000–01
2001–02
[47]
Most ties 24dagger 1969–70 [47]
Most ties at home 13double-dagger 1969–70 [48]
Most ties on road 15dagger 1976–77 [48]
Fewest ties 4 1985–86 [47]
Fewest ties at home 1 1976–77
1985–86
[48]
Fewest ties on road 3 1984–85
1985–86
1987–88
[48]
Most points 118 1975–76 [47]
Fewest points 56 2006–07 [47]
Best points percentage .738 1975–76 [47]
Worst points percentage .341 2006–07 [47]
Most goals 350 1983–84 [47]
Most goals against 319 1992–93 [47]
Fewest goals 173 1967–68 [47]
Fewest goals against 164 1973–74 [47]
Most powerplay goals 98 1988–89 [49]
Fewest powerplay goals 33 1967–68 [50]
Fewest powerplay goals allowed 40 2001–02 [50]
Most shorthanded goals 22 1986–87 [49]
Most shorthanded goals allowed 16 1990–91 [49]
Fewest shorthanded goals 2 1990–91 [50]
Most shutouts 13 1973–74 [51]
Fewest shutouts 0 1981–82
1988–89
2010–11
[51]
Most penalty minutes 2,621 1980–81 [52]
Fewest penalty minutes 833 2014–15 [52]
Most shootouts 14 2014–15 [53]
Most shootout wins 7 2016–17 [47]
Most shootout losses 11 2014–15 [53]
Fewest shootouts 7 2006–07
2009–10
[53]
Fewest shootout wins 1 2006–07 [53]
Fewest shootout losses 3 2009–10 [53]

Postseason[edit]

Philadelphia Flyers team postseason records
Record Total Year Ref
Most games played 26double-dagger 1987 [54]
Fewest games played 3 1983
1984
[55]
Most wins 15 1987
Fewest wins 0 1969
1971
1983
1984
[55]
Most wins at home 9 1974
1980
2010
Most wins on road 8 1987 [56]
Most losses 11 1987 [56]
Most losses at home 6 1987 [56]
Most losses on road 7 2010 [56]
Most overtime losses 4double-dagger 1996 [57]
Most goals 85 1987 [54]
Fewest goals 2 2002
Most goals against 73 1987 [54]
Fewest goals against 9 1999
Most powerplay goals 23 2010 [54]
Most shorthanded goals 8 1989 [54]
Most shutouts 5 1975
2010
[54]
Most penalty minutes 714 1987 [54]

Streaks[edit]

Philadelphia Flyers longest team streaks
Record Total Details Refs
Longest postseason appearance streak 17 1972–73 to 1988–89 [55]
Longest postseason appearance drought 5 1989–90 to 1993–94 [55]
Winning streak 13 10/19/1985 – 11/17/1985 [58]
Winning streak, playoffs 8 5/19/1974 – 5/4/1975 [59]
Home winning streak 20 1/4/1976 – 4/3/1976 [58][49]
Home winning streak, playoffs 13 4/9/1974 – 5/1/1975 [59]
Road winning streak 8 12/22/1982 – 1/16/1983 [58]
Road winning streak, playoffs 5 5/12/1995 – 6/10/1995 [59]
5/3/1997 – 5/23/1997
5/2/2000 – 5/20/2000
Losing streak 9 12/8/2006 – 12/27/2006 [58]
Losing streak, playoffs 10 4/18/1968 – 4/4/1973 [59]
Home losing streak 8 12/9/2006 – 1/27/2007 [58]
Home losing streak, playoffs 6 4/26/1981 – 4/7/1984 [59]
Road losing streak 9 10/30/2014 – 12/3/2014 [58]
2/24/2015 – 3/21/2015
Road losing streak, playoffs 7 5/17/1980 – 4/20/1981 [54]
Tie streak 4 1/2/1969 – 1/8/1969 [58]
12/8/1991 – 12/15/1991
Home tie streak 4 10/19/1969 – 10/30/1969 [58]
Road tie streak 4 3/1/1969 – 3/15/1969 [58]
Undefeated streak 35dagger
(25 wins, 10 ties)
10/14/1979 – 1/6/1980 [58]
Home undefeated streak 26
(19 wins, 7 ties)
10/11/1979 – 2/3/1980 [58]
Road undefeated streak 16
(11 wins, 5 ties)
10/20/1979 – 1/6/1980 [58]
Winless streak 12
(8 losses, 4 ties)
2/24/1999 – 3/16/1999 [58]
Home winless streak 13
(10 losses, 3 shootout losses)
11/29/2006 – 2/8/2007 [58]
Road winless streak 19
(15 losses, 4 ties)
10/23/1971 – 1/27/1972 [58]
Shutout streak 4 12/14/1996 – 12/21/1996 [49]
1/7/1999 – 1/13/1999
Minutes without allowing a goal 265:08 12/12/1996 – 12/22/1996 [60]

Single game[edit]

Individual[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Rick MacLeish scored the first two 4-goal games in team history, a mark that has been matched but not exceeded in regular season competition 14 times since.
Antero Niittymaki holds the team regular season record for most saves in a game.
Philadelphia Flyers regular season single game player records
Record Total Holder Date Ref
Goals scored 4 Rick MacLeish 2/13/1973 [3]
Rick MacLeish 3/4/1973
Tom Bladon 12/11/1977
Tim Kerr 10/25/1984
Tim Kerr 1/17/1985
Tim Kerr 2/9/1985
Tim Kerr 11/20/1986
Brian Propp 12/2/1986
Rick Tocchet 2/27/1988
Rick Tocchet 1/25/1990
Kevin Dineen 10/31/1993
John LeClair 2/6/1997
Eric Lindros 3/19/1997
John LeClair 11/29/1998
Jiri Dopita 1/8/2002
John LeClair 10/15/2002
Goals scored, one period 3 Bill Flett 3/9/1972 [40]
Rick MacLeish 2/13/1973
Bobby Clarke 12/13/1980
Tim Kerr 10/25/1984
Murray Craven 11/13/1986
Eric Lindros 1/19/1994
Mikael Renberg 2/15/1994
Eric Lindros 3/19/1997
John LeClair 11/29/1998
Danny Briere 11/21/2007
Powerplay goals scored 3 Tim Kerr 11/3/1985 [3]
Tim Kerr 11/20/1986
Brian Propp 10/13/1988
Scott Hartnell 1/19/2008
Brayden Schenn 12/10/2016
Assists 6 Eric Lindros 2/26/1997 [3]
Assists by a defenseman 5 Alexandre Picard 2/1/2007 [3]
Assists by a rookie 5 Alexandre Picard 2/1/2007 [3]
Points 8 Tom Bladon 12/11/1977 [3]
Points by a defenseman 8double-dagger Tom Bladon 12/11/1977 [61]
Points in NHL debut 5dagger Al Hill 2/14/1977 [62]
Highest plus/minus +10dagger Tom Bladon 12/11/1977 [20]
Shots on goal 14 Eric Lindros 3/19/1996 [40]
Penalties 8 Don Nachbaur 3/19/1988 [40]
Penalties in minutes 55 Frank Bathe 3/11/1979 [40]
Saves 54 Antero Niittymaki 1/5/2008 [3]
Fastest two goals by one player 0:08 Ron Flockhart 12/6/1981 [40]
Fastest three goals by one player 2:27 Tim Kerr 10/25/1984 [40]
Fastest four goals by one player 19:47 Rick MacLeish 2/13/1973 [40]

Postseason[edit]

Sean Couturier, pictured here during an April 13, 2012 playoff game, tied a team record during the game for most points by a rookie in a single playoff game.
Philadelphia Flyers postseason single game player records
Record Total Holder Date Ref
Goals scored 5double-dagger Reggie Leach 5/6/1976 [34]
Goals scored, one period 4double-dagger Tim Kerr 4/13/1985 [34]
Goals scored by a defenseman 3double-dagger Andy Delmore 5/7/2000 [43]
Powerplay goals scored 3double-dagger Tim Kerr 4/13/1985 [34]
Powerplay goals scored, one period 3dagger Tim Kerr 4/13/1985 [34]
Shorthanded goals scored 2double-dagger Rod Brind'Amour 4/26/1997 [43]
Shorthanded goals scored, one period 2double-dagger Rod Brind'Amour 4/26/1997 [43]
Assists 4 Bobby Clarke 5/6/1976 [34]
Bob Dailey 5/1/1980
Ken Linseman 4/22/1981
Brian Propp 5/26/1987
Mark Recchi 5/7/2000
Matt Carle 5/7/2010
Assists, one period 3double-dagger Barry Ashbee 4/5/1973 [34]
Ken Linseman 4/22/1981
Peter Zezel 4/13/1985
Tim Kerr 4/21/1985
Paul Coffey 5/7/1997
Rod Brind'Amour 5/11/1997
Points 6 Claude Giroux 4/13/2012 [34]
Points, one period 4double-dagger Tim Kerr 4/13/1985 [34]
Points by a defenseman 5 Bob Dailey 5/1/1980 [43]
Points by a rookie 4 Peter Zezel 4/13/1985 [34]
Sean Couturier 4/13/2012
Penalties in minutes 42dagger Dave Schultz 4/22/1976 [34]
Fastest two goals by one player 0:41 Eric Lindros 5/11/1997 [34]
Fastest three goals by one player 3:24 Tim Kerr 4/13/1985 [34]
Fastest four goals by one player 8:16dagger Tim Kerr 4/13/1985 [34]

Team[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Philadelphia Flyers regular season single game team records
Record Total Date Opponent Ref
Most goals 13 3/22/1984 Pittsburgh Penguins [50]
10/18/1984 Vancouver Canucks
Most goals, one period 8 3/31/1973 New York Islanders [60]
Most goals against 12 1/30/1969 Chicago Black Hawks [50]
Most goals against, one period 6 1/30/1969 Chicago Black Hawks [60]
10/27/1981 Montreal Canadiens
3/7/1993 New Jersey Devils
10/27/2006 at Buffalo Sabres
Most powerplay goals 6 1/9/1972 California Golden Seals [50]
10/13/1988 at Minnesota North Stars
Most powerplay goals allowed 6 2/19/1980 Colorado Rockies [50]
Most shorthanded goals 3 12/15/1984 Washington Capitals [50]
1/13/1985 Calgary Flames
4/2/1996 at New York Islanders
Most shorthanded goals, one period 3 12/15/1983 Washington Capitals [60]
Most penalty minutes 213dagger 3/5/2004 Ottawa Senators [50]
Most penalty minutes, one period 209dagger 3/5/2004 Ottawa Senators [60]
Fastest goal from start of game 0:08 3/7/1989 Edmonton Oilers [60]
Fastest two goals from start of game 0:31 10/26/2002 at New York Islanders [60]
Fastest goal from start of period 0:08 3/2/1972 Minnesota North Stars [60]
3/7/1989 Edmonton Oilers
Fastest two goals 0:07 12/2/1986 St. Louis Blues [60]
12/27/1988 Washington Capitals
4/23/2013 Boston Bruins
Fastest three goals 0:35 3/1/1979 Boston Bruins [60]
Fastest four goals 1:22 10/11/1981 Pittsburgh Penguins [60]
Fastest two shorthanded goals 0:26 11/6/1986 at New Jersey Devils [60]
Fastest overtime goal 0:07 1/5/2006 New York Rangers [63]
Latest overtime goal 4:59 3/18/2012 Pittsburgh Penguins [21]

Postseason[edit]

Philadelphia Flyers postseason single game team records
Record Total Date Opponent Ref
Longest game 152:01 5/4/2000 at Pittsburgh Penguins [64]
Longest game at home 90:07 4/26/1977 Boston Bruins [64]
Most goals 9 4/22/1981 Calgary Flames [64]
Most goals, one period 5 4/25/1976 Toronto Maple Leafs [4]
4/22/1981 Calgary Flames
4/13/1985 New York Rangers
4/14/1986 New York Rangers
4/9/1987 New York Rangers
Most goals against 10 4/25/1989 Pittsburgh Penguins [64]
4/18/2012 Pittsburgh Penguins
Most goals against, one period 6 4/24/1979 New York Rangers [4]
4/25/1989 Pittsburgh Penguins
Penalties in minutes 107 4/15/1976 Toronto Maple Leafs [64]
Fastest goal from start of game 0:07 4/12/1981 at Quebec Nordiques [43]
Fastest goal from start of period 0:06double-dagger 4/25/1989 Pittsburgh Penguins [43][34]
Fastest two goals 0:13 4/20/1976 Toronto Maple Leafs [64]
Fastest overtime goal 0:23 4/11/1978 Colorado Rockies [22]

Miscellaneous[edit]

Philadelphia Flyers miscellaneous records
Record Total Holder Details Ref
Games played, one playoff season 26double-dagger Dave Brown 1986–87 [15]
Doug Crossman
Pelle Eklund
Ron Hextall
Mark Howe
Brad Marsh
Brad McCrimmon
Brian Propp
Kjell Samuelsson
Derrick Smith
Rick Tocchet
Regulation time wins by a goaltender, one season 47dagger Bernie Parent 1973–74 [31]
Most goals by a line, one season 141 Bill Barber (50) 1975–76 [3]
Bobby Clarke (30)
Reggie Leach (61)
Most points by a line, one season 322 Bill Barber (112) 1975–76 [3]
Bobby Clarke (119)
Reggie Leach (91)
Most points by a line, one game 16 John LeClair (6) 2/6/1997 [40]
Eric Lindros (5)
Mikael Renberg (5)
John LeClair (4) 2/26/1997
Eric Lindros (7)
Mikael Renberg (5)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Playoff plus-minus statistics are incomplete through the 1981–82 season.
  2. ^ a b Save percentage did not become an official NHL statistic until the 1982–83 season. Therefore, goaltenders who played before 1982 do not have official save percentages.[35] The unofficial save percentages of goaltenders who played for the team before 1982 are according to the Flyers History website.[27]

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