On this date in 1975, Bobby Clarke received his second Hart Memorial Trophy as "the players adjudged to be the most valuable to his team" and Bernie Parent was awarded the Vezina Trophy as "the goalkeeper of the team allowing the fewest number of goals during the regular season."
Clarke was sixth in the league in scoring with 116 points (27G,89A) as the Flyers compiled the best record in the NHL with 113 points (51-18-11). He was tied for first in the NHL in assists (with Bobby Orr).
Philadelphia allowed a league-low 181 goals against during the regular season. Parent posted a 2.03 goals-against average by allowing 137 goals in 4041 minutes played. He also had a 44-14-9 record.