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Hot Shot No. 3: Bobby Clarke
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Bobby Clarke

Flyers, C, 1969-84
-Hall of Fame ('87)
-8-time All-Star
-3-time Hart Memorial Trophy winner
-Holds Flyers’ all-time record for games played (1,144), assists (852) and points (1,210) among others.

Best known for captaining the Flyers to both of their Stanley Cup victories, Clarke is arguably the greatest Flyer of all-time. Clarke remains the face of the Flyers’ franchise 30 years after his final game in orange and black. He finished his career as the team’s all-time leading scorer. Clarke’s toothless grin of the ‘70s and images of him and his teammates raising the Cup are iconic. After his playing days were over, Clarke served two stints as Flyers GM for 19 seasons, overseeing a 714-443-199 record.