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FOX Bet is the new home of hockey betting, offering a wide range of exclusive deals and wagering options on Flyers games throughout the NHL season.


Whether you’re looking for moneylines, run lines, totals or parlays, FOX Bet is the place to be for online Philadelphia Flyers betting all season long. You can also make futures wagers on whether the Flyers will make the playoffs or will win the Stanley Cup, and which players will ultimately lead the league in a variety of categories or be honored with end-of-year awards.

There is a full slate of Philadelphia Flyers betting available throughout the NHL season, starting with the beginning of the regular season in October. In seasons where the team reaches the postseason, Flyers playoff odds are offered starting in early April and potentially all the way to the Stanley Cup finals in June.

The Philadelphia Flyers are one of eight teams in the Metropolitan Division of the NHL’s Eastern Conference along with the Carolina Hurricanes, Columbus Blue Jackets, New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders, New York Rangers, Pittsburgh Penguins and Washington Capitals. The franchise was founded in 1967 as one of the first expansion teams during the NHL's original expansion from six to 12 teams. The Flyers have played their home games on Broad Street since their inception, first at the Spectrum from 1967 until 1996, and then at the Wells Fargo Center since 1996.

The only two Stanley Cup championship seasons in the history of the Flyers franchise came in back-to-back seasons in 1973-74 and 1974-75. In the 1974 playoffs, the Flyers reached the Stanley Cup Finals by sweeping the Atlanta Flames before defeating the New York Rangers in seven games. The Flyers then beat the Boston Bruins in the best-of-seven Stanley Cup Finals, four games to two, to became the first team from the 1967 Expansion to win the Stanley Cup.

The 1974-75 Flyers have the distinction of being the last Stanley Cup championship team to be composed solely of Canadian-born players. The 1975 Stanley Cup Finals between the Flyers and Buffalo Sabres marked the only time between 1965 and 1979 that a Stanley Cup final did not to feature either the Bruins or the Montreal Canadiens.

Goaltender Bernie Parent allowed only 12 goals to the Sabres over six games of the 1975 Stanley Cup Finals. He ended the series with a shutout and became the first player to win the Conn Smythe Trophy as the Most Valuable Player of the Stanley Cup playoffs. Only the Pittsburgh Penguins' Mario Lemieux in the Penguins' Stanley Cup wins in 1991 and 1992 and Sidney Crosby in the Penguins' 2016 and 2017 Stanley Cup championships have done so since.

The Philadelphia Flyers’ all-time leader in goals is Bill Barber with 420, and the franchise leader in points is Bobby Clarke with 1,210. The Flyers’ franchise record for most goals in a season is held by Reggie Leach, who scored 61 in 1975-76. Mark Recchi set the franchise record for most points in a season when he tallied 123 in 1992-93.