After missing the playoffs altogether a year ago, the Philadelphia Flyers had a nice bounce-back season in 2013-14.
Despite firing their head coach just three games into the season and a 1-7 start overall, the Orange and Black still managed to win 42 games en route to a third-place finish in the Metropolitan Division and the club's 37th postseason appearance in franchise history. What's more, the Flyers took the New York Rangers (now just two games away from a trip to the Stanley Cup Final) to the brink in their seven-game opening-round series.
Forward progress was made in Philadelphia this season, but there's work still to be done if the Flyers hope to become one of the NHL's elite.
With that, here's a look at one thing each Philadelphia Flyers star must accomplish in 2014-15.