The Philadelphia Flyers have a long and storied history and have had a number of great players along the way. With Mark Howe's induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame, the Flyers now have four players in the Hall of Fame that played a majority of their careers with the team. Bobby Clarke's No. 16, Bernie Parent's No. 1, Bill Barber's No. 7 and Barry Ashbee's No. 4 have all been retired.
Here is a look at five players that an argument could be made for having their numbers retired as well.