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February 19, 1968 | Mark Mulvoy
The exhilarating success of the Philadelphia Flyers is due in large part to the remarkable play of a talented two-man goaltending partnership
October 09, 1972
Who's afraid of Bob Woolf? Consult the mighty conglomerate of Bobby Orr-Phil Esposito, Ltd., also known as the Boston Bruins. Woolf is the Boston lawyer-agent who negotiated those astronomical WHA contracts for...
October 22, 1973
The constant challenge—the only challenge—in the West is to knock off the established Chicago Black Hawks. This season Bobby Clarke's Philadelphia Flyers could do it, with Goalie Bernie Parent the pivotal figure....
April 15, 1974 | Mark Mulvoy
Bernie Parent, the stingiest man in any NHL net, leads those audacious Philadelphia expansionists into a playoff war they think they can win
May 13, 1974 | Mark Mulvoy
In a startling switch from their pugnacious tactics, mannerly but manly Philadelphia ousted New York from the Stanley Cup playoffs