John LeClair spent parts of 10 seasons in the City of Brotherly Love and produced 333 goals, 310 assists and 643 points in 649 games while with the Flyers.
The dominant power forward came to Philadelphia along with Eric Desjardins and Gilbert Dionne during the 1994-95 season in a trade that sent fellow winger Mark Recchi and a third round pick to the Canadiens. LeClair gelled immediately with new linemate Eric Lindros and quickly became one of the game's most feared goal scorers.
He, Lindros and Mikael Renberg combined to form the famed "Legion of Doom" line and in his first three full seasons in Philly, the left winger produced three consecutive 50-goal campaigns.
All told, LeClair managed 20 or more goals eight times in a Flyers jersey and recorded five straight 40-goal seasons from 1995 to 2000. A five-time All-Star in Philadelphia, the St. Albans, Vermont native registered four goals in a single game on three separate occasions with the Flyers.
He remains fifth on Philadelphia's all-time list in goals, seventh in points, third in even strength markers (231), fourth in power play conversions (102) and first in game-winning goals (61).