Former Philadelphia Flyers Still Being Snubbed for the Hall of Fame

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Former Philadelphia Flyers Still Being Snubbed for the Hall of Fame
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Eric Lindros is still waiting for a call from the Hall.

The Philadelphia Flyers have had many great players since they entered the NHL in 1967. A handful have already been given the sport's highest individual honor: induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame. Here is a list of former Flyers who deserve induction but have yet to get the call from the hall.

So far, Bernie Parent, Bobby Clarke, Bill Barber and Mark Howe are in the Hockey Hall of Fame for their time with Philadelphia. As of this year, coach Fred Shero is also in the hall.

Keep in mind that to be included on this list, players had to at least play at a high level for the Flyers for at least a few seasons. They also had to have an NHL career worthy of strong Hall of Fame consideration. Coaches, broadcasters and people who would be inducted in the "builders" category will not be discussed in this article.

Feel free to comment on the list or add anybody you feel deserves to be on it. As always, please indicate why you feel that way you do.

 

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