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Bob Clarke has been synonymous with the Philadelphia Flyers since they drafted him from Flin Flon, Manitoba with the 17th pick in the 1969 NHL draft. A look at his career as a player and GM:
• Team captain, Flyers career leader in assists (852), points (1,210), games played (1,140).
• Stanley Cup Champions, 1974, 1975; finalists, 1976, 1980.
• Hart Trophy winner (MVP), 1973, 1975, 1976.
• Played for Team Canada in 1972 "Summit Series."
• Career numbers: 1,140 games, 358 goals, 852 assists, 1,453 penalty minutes.
• Playoff numbers: 136 games, 42 goals, 77 assists.
Executive, 1984-90, 1994-2006
* Won 1999 Stanley Cup.
**Fired eight games into 2006-07 season.
Note: Regular-season records factor in overtime and shootout losses.
|While lack of team speed has been the Flyers' most prominent shortcoming, the team is simply not putting the puck in the net -- or stopping the other guys.|