The Philadelphia Flyers are one of the most storied franchises in the history of the National Hockey League.
With star players ranging across every decade that the club has been in existence, the organization has had its fair share of players win a varying degree of individual awards.
However, there is one glaring absence.
No member of the Flyers has ever won the Art Ross trophy, the award for the league’s leading scorer in a single season.
With the emergence of superstar forward, Claude Giroux, there is a chance that, that may no longer be the case following this year.
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