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Leach, Reggie
Philadelphia Flyers

Sensing a dynasty in the works, the Philadelphia Flyers battled through the regular season to top their division for a third straight season. The Flyers' 118 points were second only to the Montreal Canadiens, who earned 127. REGGIE LEACH had led the NHL in goals scored during the regular season, potting 61. Added to his 30 assists, LEACH's 91 points put him just outside the league's top ten scoring leaders. In fact, with LEACH, Bobby Clarke and Bill Barber leading the way, the Flyers had scored 348 times -- 11 more than the league leading Canadiens. Philadelphia met the Toronto Maple Leafs in the opening round, with both LEACH and Darryl Sittler scoring five goals in one game to tie a playoff record. After disposing of the Leafs, Philadelphia moved past Boston to meet the Canadiens in the final. The series was competitive and combative, with Montreal emerging as Stanley Cup champions. But REGGIE LEACH was selected as the most valuable player in the playoffs, leading all scorers in both goals and points with 19 and 24 respectively in the Flyers' 16 games. REGGIE LEACH was presented with the CONN SMYTHE TROPHY for 1975-76.

Leach, Reggie