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List of Philadelphia Flyers seasons

The Philadelphia Flyers are an American ice hockey team based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They compete in the National Hockey League (NHL) Eastern Conference's Metropolitan Division. Since their inaugural season in 1967, the team has played its home games on Broad Street in South Philadelphia, first at the Spectrum from 1967 to 1996 and currently at the Wells Fargo Center since 1996. In 45 completed seasons, the team has won the Stanley Cup as NHL champions twice and has qualified for the playoffs thirty-six times. They have played more than 400 playoff games, winning 214. As of the end of the 2012–13 season, Philadelphia has won more than 1,700 regular season games, the 7th-highest victory total among NHL teams and the most among non-Original Six teams.[1] The Flyers also possess an all-time .578 points percentage, the second highest among NHL teams.[1]

The Flyers were founded in 1967 and won consecutive Stanley Cup championships in 1974 and 1975, the first expansion team to do so. The team has since lost in six return trips to the Stanley Cup Finals in 1976, 1980, 1985, 1987, 1997 and 2010. The Flyers have never won the Presidents' Trophy, although they led the NHL in regular-season points in 1974–75, 1979–80 and 1984–85, before the league began awarding the trophy. The Flyers last qualified for the playoffs in 2011–12; their most recent playoff series victory was the 2012 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals.

Table key

Bold
Won the Stanley Cup
Finish
Final position in division standings
GA
Goals against (goals scored by the Flyers' opponents)
GF
Goals for (goals scored by the Flyers)
GP
Number of games played
L
Number of losses
OTL
Number of losses in overtime (since the 1999–2000 season)
Pts
Number of points
T
Number of ties
W
Number of wins

Year by year

Stanley Cup champions Conference champions * Division champions ^ Led league in points ¤
Season Conference Division Regular season Postseason
Finish GP W L T OTL Pts GF GA GP W L GF GA Result
1967–68 West ^ 1st 74 31 32 11 73 173 179 7 3 4 17 17 Lost Quarterfinals vs. St. Louis Blues, 3–4[2]
1968–69 West 3rd 76 20 35 21 61 174 225 4 0 4 3 17 Lost Quarterfinals vs. St. Louis Blues, 0–4[3]
1969–70 West 5th 76 17 35 24 58 197 225 Did not qualify
1970–71 West 3rd 78 28 33 17 73 207 225 4 0 4 8 20 Lost Quarterfinals vs. Chicago Black Hawks, 0–4[4]
1971–72 West 5th 78 26 38 14 66 200 236 Did not qualify
1972–73 West 2nd 78 37 30 11 85 296 256 11 5 6 27 31 Won Quarterfinals vs. Minnesota North Stars, 4–2
Lost Semifinals vs. Montreal Canadiens, 1–4[5]
1973–74 West ^ 1st 78 50 16 12 112 273 164 17 12 5 54 36 Won Quarterfinals vs. Atlanta Flames, 4–0
Won Semifinals vs. New York Rangers, 4–3
Won Stanley Cup Finals vs. Boston Bruins, 4–2[6]
1974–75 Campbell[a] * Patrick ^ 1st 80 51 18 11 113 ¤ 293 181 17 12 5 53 34 Won Quarterfinals vs. Toronto Maple Leafs, 4–0
Won Semifinals vs. New York Islanders, 4–3
Won Stanley Cup Finals vs. Buffalo Sabres, 4–2[7]
1975–76 Campbell * Patrick ^ 1st 80 51 13 16 118 348 209 16 8 8 56 52 Won Quarterfinals vs. Toronto Maple Leafs, 4–3
Won Semifinals vs. Boston Bruins, 4–1
Lost Stanley Cup Finals vs. Montreal Canadiens, 0–4[8]
1976–77 Campbell * Patrick ^ 1st 80 48 16 16 112 323 213 10 4 6 27 32 Won Quarterfinals vs. Toronto Maple Leafs, 4–2
Lost Semifinals vs. Boston Bruins, 0–4[9]
1977–78 Campbell Patrick 2nd 80 45 20 15 105 296 200 12 7 5 37 35 Won Preliminary Round vs. Colorado Rockies, 2–0
Won Quarterfinals vs. Buffalo Sabres, 4–1
Lost Semifinals vs. Boston Bruins, 1–4[10]
1978–79 Campbell Patrick 2nd 80 40 25 15 95 281 248 8 3 5 23 37 Won Preliminary Round vs. Vancouver Canucks, 2–1
Lost Quarterfinals vs. New York Rangers, 1–4[11]
1979–80 Campbell * Patrick ^ 1st 80 48 12 20 116 ¤ 327 254 19 13 6 78 53 Won Preliminary Round vs. Edmonton Oilers, 3–0
Won Quarterfinals vs. New York Rangers, 4–1
Won Semifinals vs. Minnesota North Stars, 4–1
Lost Stanley Cup Finals vs. New York Islanders, 2–4[12]
1980–81 Campbell Patrick 2nd 80 41 24 15 97 313 249 12 6 6 48 39 Won Preliminary Round vs. Quebec Nordiques, 3–2
Lost Quarterfinals vs. Calgary Flames, 3–4[13]
1981–82 Wales[b] Patrick 3rd 80 38 31 11 87 325 313 4 1 3 15 19 Lost Division Semifinals vs. New York Rangers, 1–3[14]
1982–83 Wales Patrick ^ 1st 80 49 23 8 106 326 240 3 0 3 9 18 Lost Division Semifinals vs. New York Rangers, 0–3[15]
1983–84 Wales Patrick 3rd 80 44 26 10 98 350 290 3 0 3 5 15 Lost Division Semifinals vs. Washington Capitals, 0–3[16]
1984–85 Wales * Patrick ^ 1st 80 53 20 7 113 ¤ 348 241 19 12 7 60 54 Won Division Semifinals vs. New York Rangers, 3–0
Won Division Finals vs. New York Islanders, 4–1
Won Conference Finals vs. Quebec Nordiques, 4–2
Lost Stanley Cup Finals vs. Edmonton Oilers, 1–4[17]
1985–86 Wales Patrick ^ 1st 80 53 23 4 110 335 241 5 2 3 15 18 Lost Division Semifinals vs. New York Rangers, 2–3[18]
1986–87 Wales * Patrick ^ 1st 80 46 26 8 100 310 245 26 15 11 85 73 Won Division Semifinals vs. New York Rangers, 4–2
Won Division Finals vs. New York Islanders, 4–3
Won Conference Finals vs. Montreal Canadiens, 4–2
Lost Stanley Cup Finals vs. Edmonton Oilers, 3–4[19]
1987–88 Wales Patrick 3rd 80 38 33 9 85 292 292 7 3 4 25 31 Lost Division Semifinals vs. Washington Capitals, 3–4[20]
1988–89 Wales Patrick 4th 80 36 36 8 80 307 285 19 10 9 64 60 Won Division Semifinals vs. Washington Capitals, 4–2
Won Division Finals vs. Pittsburgh Penguins, 4–3
Lost Conference Finals vs. Montreal Canadiens, 2–4[21]
1989–90 Wales Patrick 6th 80 30 39 11 71 290 297 Did not qualify
1990–91 Wales Patrick 5th 80 33 37 10 76 252 267 Did not qualify
1991–92 Wales Patrick 6th 80 32 37 11 75 252 273 Did not qualify
1992–93 Wales Patrick 5th 84 36 37 11 83 319 319 Did not qualify
1993–94 Eastern[c] Atlantic 6th 84 35 39 10 80 294 314 Did not qualify
1994–95 Eastern Atlantic ^ 1st 48[d] 28 16 4 60 150 132 15 10 5 50 43 Won Conference Quarterfinals vs. Buffalo Sabres, 4–1
Won Conference Semifinals vs. New York Rangers, 4–0
Lost Conference Finals vs. New Jersey Devils, 2–4[22]
1995–96 Eastern Atlantic ^ 1st 82 45 24 13 103 282 208 12 6 6 37 28 Won Conference Quarterfinals vs. Tampa Bay Lightning, 4–2
Lost Conference Semifinals vs. Florida Panthers, 2–4[23]
1996–97 Eastern * Atlantic 2nd 82 45 24 13 103 274 217 19 12 7 67 49 Won Conference Quarterfinals vs. Pittsburgh Penguins, 4–1
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Buffalo Sabres, 4–1
Won Conference Finals vs. New York Rangers, 4–1
Lost Stanley Cup Finals vs. Detroit Red Wings, 0–4[24]
1997–98 Eastern Atlantic 2nd 82 42 29 11 95 242 193 5 1 4 9 18 Lost Conference Quarterfinals vs. Buffalo Sabres, 1–4[25]
1998–99 Eastern Atlantic 2nd 82 37 26 19 93 231 196 6 2 4 11 9 Lost Conference Quarterfinals vs. Toronto Maple Leafs, 2–4[26]
1999–00 Eastern Atlantic ^ 1st 82 45 22 12 3[e] 105 237 179 18 11 7 44 40 Won Conference Quarterfinals vs. Buffalo Sabres, 4–1
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Pittsburgh Penguins, 4–2
Lost Conference Finals vs. New Jersey Devils, 3–4[27]
2000–01 Eastern Atlantic 2nd 82 43 25 11 3 100 240 207 6 2 4 13 21 Lost Conference Quarterfinals vs. Buffalo Sabres, 2–4[28]
2001–02 Eastern Atlantic ^ 1st 82 42 27 10 3 97 234 192 5 1 4 2 11 Lost Conference Quarterfinals vs. Ottawa Senators, 1–4[29]
2002–03 Eastern Atlantic 2nd 82 45 20 13 4 107 211 166 13 6 7 34 33 Won Conference Quarterfinals vs. Toronto Maple Leafs, 4–3
Lost Conference Semifinals vs. Ottawa Senators, 2–4[30]
2003–04 Eastern Atlantic ^ 1st 82 40 21 15 6 101 229 186 18 11 7 50 43 Won Conference Quarterfinals vs. New Jersey Devils, 4–1
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Toronto Maple Leafs, 4–2
Lost Conference Finals vs. Tampa Bay Lightning, 3–4[31]
2004–05 Eastern Atlantic Season canceled due to 2004–05 NHL lockout[32]
2005–06 Eastern Atlantic 2nd 82 45 26 [f] 11 101 267 259 6 2 4 14 27 Lost Conference Quarterfinals vs. Buffalo Sabres, 2–4[33]
2006–07 Eastern Atlantic 5th 82 22 48 12 56 214 303 Did not qualify
2007–08 Eastern Atlantic 4th 82 42 29 11 95 248 233 17 9 8 52 52 Won Conference Quarterfinals vs. Washington Capitals, 4–3
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Montreal Canadiens, 4–1
Lost Conference Finals vs. Pittsburgh Penguins, 1–4[34]
2008–09 Eastern Atlantic 3rd 82 44 27 11 99 264 238 6 2 4 16 16 Lost Conference Quarterfinals vs. Pittsburgh Penguins, 2–4[35]
2009–10 Eastern * Atlantic 3rd 82 41 35 6 88 235 225 23 14 9 76 61 Won Conference Quarterfinals vs. New Jersey Devils, 4–1
Won Conference Semifinals vs. Boston Bruins, 4–3
Won Conference Finals vs. Montreal Canadiens, 4–1
Lost Stanley Cup Finals vs. Chicago Blackhawks, 2–4[36]
2010–11 Eastern Atlantic ^ 1st 82 47 23 12 106 259 223 11 4 7 29 38 Won Conference Quarterfinals vs. Buffalo Sabres, 4–3
Lost Conference Semifinals vs. Boston Bruins, 0–4[37]
2011–12 Eastern Atlantic 3rd 82 47 26 9 103 264 232 11 5 6 41 44 Won Conference Quarterfinals vs. Pittsburgh Penguins, 4–2
Lost Conference Semifinals vs. New Jersey Devils, 1–4[38]
2012–13 Eastern Atlantic 4th 48[g] 23 22 3 49 133 141 Did not qualify
2013–14 Eastern Metropolitan[h] Regular season is in progress
Totals[i] 3,554 1,779 1,224 457 94 4,109 11,915 10,411 414 214 200 1,254 1,224 36 playoff appearances

Notes

  • a The NHL realigned before the 1974–75 season. The Flyers were placed in the Clarence Campbell Conference's Patrick Division.[39]
  • b Before the 1981–82 season, the NHL moved the Patrick Division to the Prince of Wales Conference.[40]
  • c The NHL realigned into Eastern and Western conferences prior to the 1993–94 season. Philadelphia was placed in the Eastern Conference's Atlantic Division.[41]
  • d The season was shortened to 48 games because of the 1994–95 NHL lockout.[42]
  • e Beginning with the 1999–2000 season, teams received one point for losing a regular season game in overtime.[43]
  • f Before the 2005–06 season, the NHL instituted a penalty shootout for regular season games that remained tied after a five-minute overtime period, which prevented ties.[44]
  • g The season was shortened to 48 games because of the 2012–13 NHL lockout.[45]
  • h The NHL realigned prior to the 2013–14 season. Philadelphia was placed in the Eastern Conference's Metropolitan Division.[46]
  • i Totals as of the completion of the 2012–13 season.

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