The Flyers were established when the NHL expanded from the so-called “Original Six” in 1967. The team saw some minor success initially, earning three postseason berths in its first five years in the NHL. In the 1972–73 season the Flyers began a streak of 18 consecutive play-off appearances. The Flyers teams of the early ’70s earned the nickname “The Broad Street Bullies,” a reference to the location of the team’s home arena on Philadelphia’s Broad Street and to their penchant for fighting and amassing record amounts of penalty minutes. The Flyers played home games at The Spectrum in Philadelphia.
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