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2010–11 Philadelphia Flyers season

The 2010–11 Philadelphia Flyers season was the Flyers' 44th season in the National Hockey League (NHL). The Flyers lost in the second round of the 2011 playoffs to the Boston Bruins in a four-game sweep.

2010–11 Philadelphia Flyers
Atlantic Division champions
Division1st Atlantic
Conference2nd Eastern
2010–11 record47–23–12
Home record22–12–7
Road record25–11–5
Goals for259
Goals against223
Team information
PresidentPeter Luukko
General ManagerPaul Holmgren
CoachPeter Laviolette
CaptainMike Richards
Alternate captainsJeff Carter
Chris Pronger
Kimmo Timonen
ArenaWells Fargo Center
Average attendance19,710 (101.1%)[1]
Minor league affiliate(s)Adirondack Phantoms
Greenville Road Warriors
Team leaders
GoalsJeff Carter (36)
AssistsClaude Giroux (51)
PointsClaude Giroux (76)
Penalty minutesScott Hartnell (142)
Plus/minusMatt Carle (+30)
Andrej Meszaros (+30)
WinsSergei Bobrovsky (28)
Goals against averageBrian Boucher (2.42)

Contents

Off-seasonEdit

Coming off a close loss to the Chicago Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup Finals, the Flyers traded Simon Gagne to the Tampa Bay Lightning to clear up cap space, acquired Andrej Meszaros from Tampa Bay in a separate trade and signed free agent Sean O'Donnell to shore up the defense.

Regular seasonEdit

The Flyers started the season with rookie goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky from the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) in Russia, who recorded an opening-night win in his NHL debut against the Pittsburgh Penguins and had steady numbers throughout the season. Brian Boucher remained as the backup goaltender while Michael Leighton played one game in December after recovering from a back injury and was sent to Adirondack in the AHL. The Flyers led both the Atlantic Division and Eastern Conference for the majority of the season, and challenged the Vancouver Canucks for the overall NHL lead. Kris Versteeg was brought in from the Toronto Maple Leafs to add additional offense for the stretch drive and playoffs. However, lackluster play throughout March and April, coupled with a broken hand suffered by Chris Pronger in late February that ended his regular season, cost the Flyers the top seed in the East during the last week of the regular season, although the Flyers hung on to win their first Atlantic Division title since 2003–04 and clinched the second seed in the East.

Season standingsEdit

Atlantic Division[2]

GP W L OTL ROW GF GA Pts
1 y-Philadelphia Flyers 82 47 23 12 44 259 223 106
2 Pittsburgh Penguins 82 49 25 8 39 238 199 106
3 New York Rangers 82 44 33 5 35 233 198 93
4 New Jersey Devils 82 38 39 5 35 174 209 81
5 New York Islanders 82 30 39 13 26 229 264 73
Eastern Conference
R Div GP W L OTL ROW GF GA Pts
1 z – Washington Capitals SE 82 48 23 11 43 224 197 107
2 y – Philadelphia Flyers AT 82 47 23 12 44 259 223 106
3 y – Boston Bruins NE 82 46 25 11 44 246 195 103
4 Pittsburgh Penguins AT 82 49 25 8 39 238 199 106
5 Tampa Bay Lightning SE 82 46 25 11 40 247 240 103
6 Montreal Canadiens NE 82 44 30 8 41 216 209 96
7 Buffalo Sabres NE 82 43 29 10 38 245 229 96
8 New York Rangers AT 82 44 33 5 35 233 198 93
8.5
9 Carolina Hurricanes SE 82 40 31 11 35 236 239 91
10 Toronto Maple Leafs NE 82 37 34 11 32 218 251 85
11 New Jersey Devils AT 82 38 39 5 35 174 209 81
12 Atlanta Thrashers SE 82 34 36 12 29 223 269 80
13 Ottawa Senators NE 82 32 40 10 30 192 250 74
14 New York Islanders AT 82 30 39 13 26 229 264 73
15 Florida Panthers SE 82 30 40 12 26 195 229 72

bold – qualified for playoffs; y – Won division; z – Placed first in conference (and division)
AT – Atlantic Division, NE – Northeast Division, SE – Southeast Division


PlayoffsEdit

The Flyers drew the Buffalo Sabres in the first round. Sergei Bobrovsky played well in a 1–0 Game 1 loss, but was replaced in Game 2 for Brian Boucher, who held on for a 5–4 Flyers win. Boucher played well in a Game 3 win and a Game 4 loss, but was replaced himself in a favor of Michael Leighton during a poor first period in Game 5, and Buffalo won in overtime. Pronger returned to the lineup and Leighton started Game 6 but was replaced by Boucher after a sub-par first period, but the Flyers went on to win in overtime and forced a Game 7, which Boucher started. The Flyers dominated Buffalo, winning 5–2, and became the first team to win a playoff series starting three different goaltenders since 1988.

The Flyers then drew a rematch with the Boston Bruins in the second round. Boston dominated the Flyers in Game 1, where Boucher was again replaced, this time by Bobrovsky. Pronger again left the lineup with an undisclosed injury, while Boston won Game 2 in overtime and again dominated the Flyers in Game 3 to take a 3–0 series lead. Bobrovsky started Game 4, but there would be no such comeback like their previous meeting as Boston completed the sweep of the Flyers. The Flyers tied an NHL record with seven playoff in-game goalie changes, and were the only NHL team not to record a shutout in either the regular season or playoffs.

Schedule and resultsEdit

Pre-seasonEdit

2010 pre-season[3]

Legend:   Win   Loss   Overtime/shootout loss

Regular seasonEdit

2010–11 regular season

Legend:   Win (2 points)   Loss (0 points)   Overtime/shootout loss (1 point)

PlayoffsEdit

2011 Stanley Cup playoffs

Legend:   Win   Loss

Player statisticsEdit

ScoringEdit

  • Position abbreviations: C = Center; D = Defense; G = Goaltender; LW = Left Wing; RW = Right Wing
  •   = Joined team via a transaction (e.g., trade, waivers, signing) during the season. Stats reflect time with the Flyers only.
  •   = Left team via a transaction (e.g., trade, waivers, release) during the season. Stats reflect time with the Flyers only.
Regular season Playoffs
No. Player Age Pos GP G A Pts +/- PIM GP G A Pts +/- PIM
28 Claude Giroux 23 RW 82 25 51 76 20 47 11 1 11 12 2 8
48 Danny Briere 33 C 77 34 34 68 20 87 11 7 2 9 −7 14
17 Jeff Carter 26 C 80 36 30 66 27 39 6 1 1 2 −3 2
18 Mike Richards 25 C 81 23 43 66 11 62 11 1 6 7 −1 15
22 Ville Leino 27 RW 81 19 34 53 14 22 11 3 2 5 −1 0
19 Scott Hartnell 28 LW 82 24 25 49 14 142 11 1 3 4 −5 23
21 James van Riemsdyk 21 LW 75 21 19 40 15 35 11 7 0 7 −3 4
25 Matt Carle 26 D 82 1 39 40 30 23 11 0 4 4 −8 2
44 Kimmo Timonen 35 D 82 6 31 37 11 36 11 1 5 6 3 14
41 Andrej Meszaros 25 D 81 8 24 32 30 42 11 2 4 6 −3 8
20 Chris Pronger 36 D 50 4 21 25 7 44 3 0 1 1 −3 4
93 Nikolay Zherdev 26 RW 56 16 6 22 5 22 8 1 2 3 −1 2
15 Andreas Nodl 23 RW 67 11 11 22 14 16 2 0 0 0 0 0
6 Sean O'Donnell 39 D 81 1 17 18 8 87 11 0 2 2 −2 5
36 Darroll Powe 25 C 81 7 10 17 −6 41 11 0 1 1 −3 4
5 Braydon Coburn 25 D 82 2 14 16 15 53 11 1 2 3 0 6
11 Blair Betts 30 C 75 5 7 12 −3 8 11 0 0 0 −2 0
10 Kris Versteeg  24 RW 27 7 4 11 4 24 11 1 5 6 1 12
13 Daniel Carcillo 26 LW 57 4 2 6 −14 127 11 2 1 3 2 30
45 Jody Shelley 34 LW 58 2 2 4 0 127 2 0 0 0 0 2
35 Sergei Bobrovsky 22 G 54 0 2 2 N/A 2 6 0 0 0 N/A 0
47 Eric Wellwood 20 LW 3 0 1 1 1 2
33 Brian Boucher 34 G 34 0 0 0 N/A 0 9 0 0 0 N/A 2
3 Oskars Bartulis 24 D 13 0 0 0 −4 4
24 Nick Boynton  32 D 10 0 0 0 −3 4
26 Danny Syvret  25 D 4 0 0 0 0 2 10 0 0 0 −3 0
8 Matt Walker 30 D 4 0 0 0 0 4
27 Erik Gustafsson 22 D 3 0 0 0 −3 4
34 Ben Holmstrom 23 C 2 0 0 0 −1 5
49 Michael Leighton 29 G 1 0 0 0 N/A 0 2 0 0 0 N/A 0
51 Zac Rinaldo 20 C 2 0 0 0 −1 12

GoaltendingEdit

Regular season Playoffs
No. Player Age GP GS W L OT SA GA GAA SV% SO TOI GP GS W L SA GA GAA SV% SO TOI
35 Sergei Bobrovsky 22 54 52 28 13 8 1527 130 2.58 .915 0 3,017:24 6 3 0 2 81 10 3.23 .877 0 185:37
33 Brian Boucher 34 34 29 18 10 4 902 76 2.42 .916 0 1,884:34 9 7 4 4 229 22 3.13 .904 0 422:22
49 Michael Leighton 29 1 1 1 0 0 36 4 4.01 .889 0 59:47 2 1 0 1 29 4 3.44 .862 0 69:43

Awards and recordsEdit

AwardsEdit

Type Award/honor Recipient Ref
League (annual) Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy Ian Laperriere [4]
League (in-season) NHL All-Star Game selection Danny Briere [5]
Claude Giroux
Peter Laviolette (Coach)
NHL Rookie of the Month Sergei Bobrovsky (November) [6]
Team Barry Ashbee Trophy Andrej Meszaros [7]
Bobby Clarke Trophy Claude Giroux [7]
Gene Hart Memorial Award Claude Giroux [7]
Pelle Lindbergh Memorial Trophy Andreas Nodl [7]
Toyota Cup Danny Briere [7]
Yanick Dupre Memorial Class Guy Award Brian Boucher [7]

RecordsEdit

TeamEdit

Franchise team records set during the 2010–11 season
Record Type Total Refs
Most road wins Season 25[a] [8]
Fewest shutouts Season 0[b] [9]

MilestonesEdit

Regular Season
Player Milestone Reached
Sergei Bobrovsky 1st Career NHL Game
1st Career NHL Win
October 7, 2010
Braydon Coburn 300th Career NHL Game October 11, 2010
Nikolay Zherdev 100th Career NHL Goal October 14, 2010
Matt Carle 100th Career NHL Assist October 21, 2010
Sean O'Donnell 1,100th Career NHL Game October 25, 2010
Scott Hartnell 200th Career NHL Assist October 26, 2010
Eric Wellwood 1st Career NHL Game November 1, 2010
Eric Wellwood 1st Career NHL Assist
1st Career NHL Point
November 6, 2010
Danny Briere 300th Career NHL Assist November 11, 2010
Mike Richards 300th Career NHL Point November 15, 2010
Jeff Carter 400th Career NHL Game November 16, 2010
Braydon Coburn 100th Career NHL Point November 18, 2010
Scott Hartnell 700th Career NHL Game November 20, 2010
Andrej Meszaros 400th Career NHL Game November 22, 2010
James van Riemsdyk 100th Career NHL Game December 1, 2010
Mike Richards 400th Career NHL Game December 5, 2010
Jeff Carter 300th Career NHL Point December 8, 2010
Claude Giroux 100th Career NHL Point December 8, 2010
Ville Leino 100th Career NHL Game December 14, 2010
Danny Briere 700th Career NHL Game December 30, 2010
Nikolay Zherdev 400th Career NHL Game December 31, 2010
Mike Richards 200th Career NHL Assist January 20, 2011
Brian Boucher 300th Career NHL Game January 22, 2011
Andreas Nodl 100th Career NHL Game February 24, 2011
Erik Gustafsson 1st Career NHL Game February 26, 2011
Ben Holmstrom 1st Career NHL Game March 3, 2011
Kimmo Timonen 100th Career NHL Goal March 5, 2011
Scott Hartnell 400th Career NHL Point March 12, 2011
Nick Boynton 600th Career NHL Game March 24, 2011
Claude Giroux 200th Career NHL Game March 26, 2011
Darroll Powe 200th Career NHL Game April 1, 2011
Claude Giroux 100th Career NHL Assist April 8, 2011
Playoffs
Player Milestone Reached
Sergei Bobrovsky 1st Career NHL Playoff Game April 14, 2011
Danny Syvret 1st Career NHL Playoff Game April 14, 2011
Nikolay Zherdev 1st Career NHL Playoff Goal
1st Career NHL Playoff Point
April 18, 2011
Zac Rinaldo 1st Career NHL Playoff Game April 22, 2011
Nikolay Zherdev 1st Career NHL Playoff Assist April 24, 2011
Sean O'Donnell 100th Career NHL Playoff Game April 26, 2011

Suspensions and finesEdit

Player Explanation Length Salary Date issued
Danny Briere Stick-swinging incident with New York Islanders forward Frans Nielsen late in the third period during game played on October 30, 2010. 3 games $237,804.87 November 1, 2010[10]
Jody Shelley Illegal hit from behind on Boston Bruins defenseman Adam McQuaid at 5:08 of the second period during game played on December 11, 2010. 2 games $12,000 December 13, 2010[11]
Jody Shelley Punching Vancouver Canucks defenseman Andrew Alberts at 12:29 of the third period of game played on December 28, 2010. 2 games $26,829.27 December 29, 2010[12]
Danny Briere Punching New York Rangers forward Brandon Prust in the head while sitting on the bench at the end of game played on January 16, 2011. $1,000 January 19, 2011[13]

TransactionsEdit

The Flyers were involved in the following transactions from June 10, 2010, the day after the deciding game of the 2010 Stanley Cup Finals, through June 15, 2011, the day of the deciding game of the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals.[14]

TradesEdit

Date Details Ref
June 19, 2010 To Nashville Predators
Ryan Parent
To Philadelphia Flyers
Dan Hamhuis
Conditional 7th-round pick in 2011[c]
[15]
June 25, 2010 To Pittsburgh Penguins
Dan Hamhuis
To Philadelphia Flyers
3rd-round pick in 2011
[16]
June 26, 2010 To Carolina Hurricanes
Jon Matsumoto
To Philadelphia Flyers
7th-round pick in 2010
[17]
July 1, 2010 To Tampa Bay Lightning
2nd-round pick in 2012
To Philadelphia Flyers
Andrej Meszaros
[18]
July 19, 2010 To Tampa Bay Lightning
Simon Gagne
To Philadelphia Flyers
Matt Walker
4th-round pick in 2011
[19]
November 21, 2010 To Anaheim Ducks
David Laliberte
Patrick Maroon
To Philadelphia Flyers
Rob Bordson
Danny Syvret
[20]
February 14, 2011 To Toronto Maple Leafs
1st-round pick in 2011
3rd-round pick in 2011
To Philadelphia Flyers
Kris Versteeg
[21]
February 28, 2011 To Columbus Blue Jackets
Greg Moore
Michael Chaput
To Philadelphia Flyers
Tom Sestito
[22]
June 7, 2011 To Phoenix Coyotes
Matt Clackson
3rd-round pick in 2012
Conditional 3rd-round pick in 2011[d]
To Philadelphia Flyers
Ilya Bryzgalov
[24]

SigningsEdit

Free agencyEdit

The following players were signed by the Flyers via free agency. Two-way contracts are marked with an asterisk (*).

Date Player Previous team (league) Term Ref
July 1, 2010 Sean O'Donnell Los Angeles Kings 1-year [25]
July 1, 2010 Jody Shelley New York Rangers 3-year [26]
July 9, 2010 Nikolay Zherdev Atlant Moscow Oblast (KHL) 1-year [27]
July 9, 2010 Greg Moore Columbus Blue Jackets 1-year* [28]
July 15, 2010 Dan Jancevski Dallas Stars 2-year* [29]
August 29, 2010 Brandon Manning (ELC) Chilliwack Bruins (WHL) 3-year* [30]
November 23, 2010 Michael Ryan Carolina Hurricanes 1-year* [31]
March 2, 2011 Jason Akeson (ELC) Kitchener Rangers (OHL) 3-year* [32]
March 2, 2011 Tyler Brown (ELC) Plymouth Whalers (OHL) 3-year* [32]
March 7, 2011 Harry Zolnierczyk (ELC) Brown University (ECAC) 1-year* [33]
March 24, 2011 Matt Read (ELC) Bemidji State University (WCHA) 3-year* [34]
May 17, 2011 Niko Hovinen (ELC) Pelicans (SM-liiga) 2-year* [35]

InternalEdit

The following players were either re-signed by the Flyers or, in the case of the team's selections in the NHL Entry Draft, signed to entry level contracts. Two-way contracts are marked with an asterisk (*).

Date Player Term Ref
June 15, 2010 Johan Backlund 2-year*[e] [36]
June 30, 2010 Michael Leighton 2-year [37]
July 1, 2010 Braydon Coburn 2-year [18]
July 13, 2010 Daniel Carcillo 1-year [38]
July 14, 2010 David Laliberte 1-year* [29]
July 21, 2010 Matt Clackson 1-year* [29]
July 22, 2010 Darroll Powe 1-year [29]
November 8, 2010 Claude Giroux 3-year extension [39]
November 13, 2010 Jeff Carter 11-year extension [40]
March 15, 2012 Oliver Lauridsen (ELC) 2-year* [41]

WaiversEdit

The Flyers were involved in the following waivers transactions.

Date Player Team Ref
February 26, 2011 Nick Boynton from Chicago Blackhawks [42]

DeparturesEdit

The following players left the team via free agency, release, or retirement. Players who were under contract and left the team during the season are marked with an asterisk (*).

Date Player New team (league) Via Ref
N/A Mike Rathje Retirement[f] [43]
July 7, 2010 Jared Ross Atlanta Thrashers Free agency [44]
July 21, 2010 Danny Syvret Anaheim Ducks Free agency [45]
July 29, 2010 Mika Pyorala Frolunda HC (Elitserien) Free agency [46]
August 9, 2010 Riley Cote Retirement [47]
August 20, 2010 Arron Asham Pittsburgh Penguins Free agency [48]
August 22, 2010 Sebastien Caron Traktor Chelyabinsk (KHL) Free agency [49]
September 1, 2010 Joey Mormina Red Bull Salzburg (EBEL) Free agency [50]
September 10, 2010 Jeremy Duchesne Saint-Georges CRS Express (LNAH) Free agency [51]
September 16, 2010 Lukas Krajicek Ocelari Trinec (Czech Extraliga) Free agency [52]
September 27, 2010 Rob Bellamy Elmira Jackals (ECHL) Free agency [53]
September 30, 2010 Josh Beaulieu Rapid City Rush (CHL) Free agency [54]
October 2, 2010 Ryan Dingle Victoria Salmon Kings (ECHL) Free agency [55]
N/A Michael Teslak [g] Free agency [56]
November 9, 2010 Sean Curry Toledo Walleye (ECHL) Free agency [57]
November 15, 2010 Jason Ward EHC Black Wings Linz (EBEL) Free agency [58]
February 7, 2011 Ray Emery Anaheim Ducks Free agency [59]

Draft picksEdit

Philadelphia's picks at the 2010 NHL Entry Draft, which was held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on June 25–26, 2010.[60] The Flyers traded their 2009 and 2010, 29th overall, first-round picks, Joffrey Lupul, Luca Sbisa and a conditional 2010 or 2011 third-round pick to the Anaheim Ducks for Ryan Dingle and Chris Pronger on June 26, 2009.[61] They also traded their original second-round pick, 59th overall, and Denis Gauthier to the Los Angeles Kings for Patrik Hersley and Ned Lukacevic on July 1, 2008.[61]

Round Pick Player Position Nationality Team (league) Notes
3 89 Michael Chaput Center   Canada Lewiston Maineiacs (QMJHL)
4 119 Tye McGinn Left wing   Canada Gatineau Olympiques (QMJHL)
5 149 Michael Parks Right wing   United States Cedar Rapids RoughRiders (USHL)
6 179 Nick Luukko Defense   United States The Gunnery (USHS-CT)
7 206 Ricard Blidstrand Defense   Sweden AIK IF Jr. (J20 SuperElit) [h]
7 209 Brendan Ranford Left wing   Canada Kamloops Blazers (WHL)

Farm teamsEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Tied during the 2011–12 season.
  2. ^ Tied mark set during the 1981–82 and 1988–89 seasons.
  3. ^ The Flyers would have received the draft pick if they did not sign Hamhuis and did not trade the rights to Hamhuis prior to July 1, 2010. They did not receive the pick due to trading Hamhuis' rights on June 25.
  4. ^ The Coyotes would receive the 2011 third-round pick if the Flyers signed Bryzgalov before the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, which they did on June 23.[23]
  5. ^ The second year of the contract is one-way.
  6. ^ No official announcement. Rathje last played during the 2006–07 season.
  7. ^ Did not play during 2010–11 season
  8. ^ The Flyers traded Jon Matsumoto to the Carolina Hurricanes for the Washington Capitals' seventh-round pick, 206th overall, on June 26, 2010.[61]

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