The Philadelphia Flyers had absolutely no trouble scoring goals last season.
All told, Philly's 264 regular-season strikes were not only good for third best in the Eastern Conference a year ago, but third best among all 30 NHL clubs.
The Flyers produced 11 double-digit goal scorers last season, while four different skaters managed 20 or more tallies.
And even though Philadelphia's offense underwent some changes in the offseason (Jaromir Jagr and James van Riemsdyk are both gone), the bulk of the Flyers' offensive juggernaut remains.
Uncertainty continues to swirl around the current NHL campaign, but should the year ever be salvaged, here's a breakdown of Philly's top scoring threats for the coming season.