Walk Together Forever
* Statue of Bobby Clarke
* Located in an outdoor seating area. It may be difficult to see up close.
Since their inception in 1967,
the Flyers have always done everything possible to put a winning team on the ice.
That work ethic was rewarded on May 19, 1974
when the Flyers defeated the Boston Bruins in six games to become
the first expansion team to win the Stanley Cup.
The Flyers then repeated the feat on May 27, 1975
with a six game series win over the Buffalo Sabres.
On both occasions, Flyers greats Bobby Clarke and Bernie Parent
accepted the Stanley Cup for the Flyers and began the on-ice celebration.
Those moments are immortalized with this statue, which honors all of
those who made the Broad Street Bullies a legendary part
of Philadelphia Flyers history and forever cemented their spot in hockey lore.
* In front of Xfinity Live.
Southwest corner, 11th and Pattison.
* 39.904600,-75.169100 [map]
* On the South Broad tour
* Exhibits: Athletic
* See also:
+wikipedia.org's Bobby Clarke page
+wikipedia.org's Bernie Parent page