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This Date In Flyers History: November 2

by This Date in Flyers History / Philadelphia Flyers
On this date in 1975, the Flyers defeated the Kansas City Scouts, 10-0, at the Spectrum. Goaltender Bernie Parent stopped all 19 shots he faced to record the shutout. Mel Bridgman (2G,1A), Bobby Clarke (2G,1A), Orest Kindrachuk (2G,1A) and Dave Schultz (1G,2A) each posted three points in the game.

The win tied the then team record for most decisive shutout win (The Flyers had also defeated the Scouts in Philadelphia on December 1, 1974, by a 10-0 score).

The Flyers posted a 9-0-1 record in 10 games over two seasons (1974-75 and 1975-76) against Kansas City, before the Scouts moved to Denver and became the Colorado Rockies.

This game closed out a very successful weekend for the Flyers as the Orange and Black defeated the Boston Bruins at the Spectrum on Saturday, November 1, 8-1. The Flyers' two wins on consecutive days came at a combined score of 18-1.

- The Flyers own an all-time record of 13-6-2-0.

- Born on 'This Date' are Flyers Alumni: Martin Grenier (2006-07) and Jason Smith (2007-08).

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