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The face of the Philadelphia Flyers, it should come as no surprise to see Bobby Clarke as the top playmaker in team history.
The Flin Flon, Manitoba native spent his entire 15-year NHL career in Philly and amassed a franchise-best 852 assists during a franchise-high 1,144 games.
And Clarke doesn't just barely hold that helper distinction, he owns it. The eight-time All-Star recorded 372 more assists than the second-highest producer in team history (Propp, 480 assists).
Clarke managed 30 or more assists in each of his 15 NHL campaigns and registered more than 40 helpers in each season over the final 13 years of his NHL career.
His most impressive run came from 1974 to 1978, when the three-time Hart Memorial Trophy winner notched 309 assists over a span of just 307 games.
Clarke's vision, hockey sense and willingness to do whatever it took to create offense made him one of the game's dominant offensive weapons for a decade and the greatest playmaker in Philadelphia Flyers history.