Rick MacLeish

Flyers Greatest Moments: The Streak
At the start of the 1979-80 season, the Flyers opened with a win over the Islanders on Oct. 11 and a loss to the Atlanta Flames two nights later. Their third game of the season was the next night on Oct. 14, and the Flyers squeaked out a 4-3 victory against the Toronto Maple Leafs. That was the star…
Flyers Greatest Moments: The Red Army Game
The Broad Street Bullies were hated across the league as the expansion-age team that would impose their will and fists on any opponent. But all bets were off during the 1976 Super Series when HC CSKA Moscow, also known as the Red Army Club, came to play the final game of the series with NHL teams at…
Series in Review: Flyers-Bruins 1974
The Flyers finally got the monkey off their back in Boston in Game 2 and took care of business in the Spectrum to claim their first Stanley Cup in franchise history and become the first expansion team to hoist the Cup.
Series in Review: Flyers-Sabres 1975
After winning the Stanley Cup in 1974, the Flyers returned to the Cup Final in 1975, this time as favorites in the series against the Buffalo Sabres. Here is a look back at the 1975 Stanley Cup Final.
Flyers-Blackhawks: Postgame Review
The top line took care of the offense, with Sean Couturier scoring twice and Claude Giroux scoring a goal and adding two assists, and Brian Elliott had his best game in net this season. That led the Flyers to a third straight win and fifth in the last six games, continuing their recent surge.