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Philadelphia Flyers Shop

Gear up for the next Flyers game with officially licensed Philadelphia Flyers gear from Shop.NHL.com. With the largest selection of Flyers gear for men, women, or kids, you can find all the jerseys, hats, collectibles, or other merchandise you may be looking for. Searching for a specific player's gear? Browse our player shops, including favorites like captain, Claude Giroux or right winger, Wayne Simmonds. Some of the featured brands for our apparel include Reebok, Old Time Hockey, Majestic and Wincraft. Get your Flyers gear today!

Philadelphia Flyers Facts
After coming into the league during the NHL Expansion era in 1967, the Philadelphia Flyers quickly became the buzz of the city. During the 1970's no team was more intense than the Broad Street Bullies. During this time the Bullies brought home 2 Stanley Cups and were the 1st team to win the Stanley Cup that was not part of the 'Original 6'.