The Philadelphia Flyers have had five retired numbers during the team's tenure in the league.
No. 1 - Bernie Parent
The Flyers' lone goalie to have his number retired, Bernie Parent totaled 262 wins in two stints with the team spanning 10 seasons. He also helped lead the team to their only two championships in back-to-back seasons. The crafty netminder was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1984.
No. 2 - Mark Howe
While playing 10 seasons with the Flyers, Mark Howe was a finalist for the Norris Trophy three times and led one of the best defensive units of the era. He also posted outstanding offensive stats during the 1985-86 season with 24 goals and 58 assists on the year. Howe was elected to the Hall of Fame in 2011.
No. 4 - Barry Ashbee
Barry Ashbee was one of the best defenders for the Flyers and also one of the most loved by fans. He only played four seasons with the team before his NHL career was cut short due to an eye injury against the New York Rangers in the 1974-75 season. Ashbee would help coach Philadelphia to another championship one year later. And at 37, he lost a battle to leukemia and passed away as one of the greats to wear the Orange and Black.
No. 7 - Bill Barber
Bill Barber played all 12 NHL seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers. He averaged 35 goals and 38 assists each season on a consistent basis. The versatile forward was a key factor in Philly's two Stanley Cup victories. Barber was inducted in the Hall of Fame in 1990.
No. 16 - Bobby Clarke
Bobby Clarke was the best Philadelphia Flyers player of all time. He is the team's all-time leader in assists (852), games played (1,144), points (1,210), plus/minus (+506) and short-handed goals (32). He was a first-ballot inductee to the Hall of Fame in 1987.