The Greatest Players and Moments of the Philadelphia Flyers

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Sports Pub, Oct 1, 1998 - Sports & Recreation - 271 pages
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Bursting onto the big-league hockey scene in 1967-68, the Flyers became the first expansion team to win the Stanley Cup.

Combining guts, goals and glamour in equal proportions, the Flyers captured the imagination of a city as well as the National Hockey League.

Author Stan Fischler, who was there in 1967 when the Flyers began their hockey life provides the details in a brisk anecdote-filled volume that has the impact of a Lindros check.

From A, as in Barry Ashbee to Z, as in Larry Zeidel, Fischler has a story about everyone who was anyone in the Orange and Black.

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Fischler is regarded as "the dean of North American hockey writers." He is an analyst for Fox Sports New York and the Madison Square Garden Network.

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