The Flyers have built up much history ever since the "Broad Street Bullies" of the 1970s. Although they no longer play in the storied Spectrum, the passion and excitement are still there in their wonderful arena (Wachovia Center). With ticket prices having recently been cut due to the NHL lockout, it's a pretty good deal nowadays to see a game although lower-level seats are still pricey. General Manager Bob Clarke has not yet put a Cup-winning team on the ice, but they get close every single year. I will not be completely happy until they win a championship, but with the team staying competitive every year and never seeming to rest on its laurels then there seems to be a realistic chance every time for them to win it all.