Claude Giroux is the Flyers' captain and leader.
The Flyers offense finished eighth in the league with 233 goals scored. That stat is even more impressive when you consider how Philadelphia scored only 13 goals as a team in their first nine games.
The Flyers finished the season with seven different players who scored at least 20 goals led by Wayne Simmonds with 29.
Claude Giroux was again the catalyst of the Flyers' offense. The Flyers were 21-2-1 when Giroux scored a goal. He didn't score a goal in his first 15 games of this season, but despite the slow start, Giroux ended the season with 86 points, third best in the league.
Matt Read quietly scored 22 goals while Scott Hartnell finished strong after a slow start like most of the rest of the team. Jakub Voracek finished with career highs in goals (23) and points (62).
Vincent Lecavalier was inconsistent during the season despite scoring 20 goals. He battled a few nagging injuries and bounced around from line to line without really finding a permanent home. Coach Berube needs to figure out the best way to utilize Lecavalier, who is more effective at center than he is on the wing.
Sean Couturier was a great penalty killer and a solid checking forward.
Michael Raffl showed glimpses of offensive ability but wasn't consistently productive over the course of the entire season.
Steve Downie played well shortly after being acquired and added some grit, but he couldn't stay healthy and his play declined as the season progressed.
Adam Hall filled his fourth-line role as a penalty killer and checker while Zac Rinaldo led the team in fighting majors and penalty minutes.