all i can think of is Donald broscher. [ not sure on spelling]
The Canadian born hockey player Blair Betts has played professional hockey for the Prince George Cougars, the Calgary Flames, the New York Rangers, and the Philadelphia Flyers.
There are 7 players who have played for the Flyers at some point in their careers in the Hall: Bill Barber, Bobby Clarke, Paul Coffey, Dale Hawerchuk, Bernie Parent, Darryl Sittler, and Allan Stanley. For more information I suggest you check out the Hall website at www.hhof.com .
There are some famous athletes from Kamloops such as hockey stars Mark Recci who played for the Montreal Canadians, Philadelphia Flyers and Pitsburg Penguins.
Yes - He played for the Philadelphia Flyers in the 80's
Mark Taylor is famous for being a professional hockeyplayer. He played eight seasons in NHL which he started in philadelphia flyers in 1982. And after his time in NHL he moved on to play hockey in europe for five years.
No, Doug Ross played on the 1976 US team. His son, Jared, is now a member of the Philadelphia Flyers organization and is the first player from Alabama to play in the NHL
yes, many players have played on frozen ponds.
he played for the San Jose sharks, Chicago blackhaws , Philadelphia flyers, and the Phionex coyotes
As far as I can tell, Mark Morrison has retired from competitive hockey. He last played for the Fife Flyers of the British League in 2000-01.
Vivek Shantharam ...played Indian Hockey from Chennai in 1916
The Philadelphia Flyers do not have a game scheduled to be played tonight. The next game is not until October 8th versus the Boston Bruins.
no definately not. I know this because as of March 11th, the Philadelphia Flyers have played 67 games and they have 85 points. The Calgary Flames have played one more game with 68 games, but only have 74 points.