Philadelphia Flyers: The 12 Most Regrettable Mistakes in Team History

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Philadelphia Flyers: The 12 Most Regrettable Mistakes in Team History
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Outside of the Original Six, the Flyers are arguably the most storied franchise in NHL history.  From the Broad Street Bullies, who won two Cups and defeated the Soviets in the ‘70s, to Tim Kerr and Ron Hextall to the Legion of Doom all the way to the miraculous playoff run of 2010, the men in Orange and Black have been contributing to hockey’s greatest stories since the NHL’s first expansion in 1967.

However, for every inspiring, iconic moment in Flyers history, there has also been frustration, regret, and failure.  Hindsight, of course, is 20/20, but looking back at Flyers history there are 12 major mistakes made by management, coaches and players that changed the course of hockey history.

Here’s a look at the 12 most agonizing pieces of Flyers history that could have been prevented.

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