The 2013-2014 NHL regular season is in the books.
And for the Philadelphia Flyers, it's not important how the season started but how it ended.
Three straight losses out of the gate cost Peter Laviolette his job before the Orange and Black claimed just one of their first five outings under newly appointed bench boss Craig Berube.
But little by little things started to turn around for the Flyers.
Nine wins in 15 November games gave way to eight victories in 14 December outings. After dropping four of its final five games in January, Philadelphia responded with four straight triumphs to kick off the month of February before claiming eight of 11 contests after the Olympic break.
In the end, the Flyers finished third in the Metropolitan Division and are on their way back to the playoffs for the 37th time in franchise history. However, Philly's return to the postseason wouldn't have happened without some tremendous individual effort.
Here's a look at the five most impressive Flyers during the 2013-14 regular season.