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Bernie Parent, who tended goal for the Penguins during the “Broad Street Bullies” era, is the team’s all-time leader in Point Shares with 106.8 for his career. Among the Parent’s many accomplishments in Philadelphia, the 5-foot-10 Quebecker led the Pens to two Stanley Cup titles while picking up a pair of Conn Smythe and Vezina trophies.

FLYERS ALL-TIME STARTING SIX

Bernie Parent leads Philadelphia Flyers all-time starting six by Point Shares

Joining Parent on the Flyers all-time starting six by Point Shares are defensemen Eric Desjardins (80.3) and Mark Howe (80.2), right wing Jaromir Jagr (81.2), left wing John LeClair (85.8) and center Bobby Clarke (106.1).

The following stats of the Flyers’ all-time starting six reflect only those numbers accrued during their time with the franchise…

UPDATED October 11, 2019

BERNIE PARENT: 1967-71, 1973-79

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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Win-Loss Record: 231-141

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ERIC DESJARDINS: 1994-2006

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All-Star Games

Points: 396

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MARK HOWE: 1982-92

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All-Star Games

Points: 480

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CLAUDE GIROUX: 1927-47

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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Points: 762

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JOHN LECLAIR: 1994-2004

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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Points: 643

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BOBBY CLARKE: 1969-84

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All-Star Games

Points: 1210