Toast the "Broad Street Bullies", with this 1970s Philadelphia Flyers Stanley Cup Championship era glassware lot of (30). The toast of the town in the mid-'70s, the Flyers of the period skated to the top of the NHL, with back-to-back championships in 1973-74 and 1974-75, while giving out a lot of lumps along the way. Throw in a third consecutive trip to the Finals in 1975-76, and a good old fashioned ass-whoopin' for the USSR's "Red Army" squad in 1976, and it's easy to see why Bobby Clarke, Bernie Parent, Dave Schultz, "Freddy the Fog" and company, will forever be worshipped as hockey gods by the Philly faithful.
In conjunction with our National Bicentennial celebration, Philadelphia hosted the All-Star Game for all four major sports in 1976, and the NHL event is also celebrated in this collection of vintage drinking vessels. Populated with six different types, these well-preserved glasses average (NM to MT) quality, with:
c.1974-1975 "Stanley Cup Champions" legend and team logo on rocks glasses (4);
c.1974-1975 "Stanley Cup Champions" legend, team logo, and NHL shield on highball glasses (4);
1974-75 "Stanley Cup Champions" legend and team roster on a tall beverage glass (1);
1974-75 "Stanley Cup Champions" legend and the Cup with "Do It Again!" slogan glass;
1974-75 "Stanley Cup Champions" legend and team photo on tall beverage glasses (12) with (1) somewhat faded;
1976 "All-Star Game Philadelphia" legend and NHL shield on rocks glasses (6);
1976-77 "Recoup the Cup" slogan, team logo, and the cup on rocks glasses (2).