The Philadelphia Flyers Encyclopedia, now in its second edition, is an informative chronology that goes through the history of one of the most beloved teams in professional hockey. Written by David Sherman, who has the final scores of the franchise’s over 3,000 regular and postseason games committed to memory, the encyclopedia captures numerous special moments from each season of the Flyers’ existence to date. Highlights include:
Interesting player profiles
Celebrate nearly half a century of Philadelphia’s mark on the NHLa perfect edition for any fan of the black and orange!
|Publisher:||Sports Publishing LLC|
|Product dimensions:||8.46(w) x 11.04(h) x 0.96(d)|
About the Author
David Sherman was born and raised in Philadelphia. Because of his exceptional talent for memorizing Flyers scores, he has been featured on several television and radio programs. One broadcast referred to his as “Scoreman,” and the name stuck. Sherman lives in Philadelphia.
Howard Jaffe is an attorney at Jaffe Real Estate Law in Philadelphia.
Keith Jones played in the NHL between 1992 and 2001, including three seasons with the Flyers. He is now a color commentator for the Flyers and a studio analyst for NBC Sports Network in Philadelphia.