Brind'Amour, 42, played for the Flyers from 1991-2000 before being traded to the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for Keith Primeau, who later became the Flyers captain. While with the Flyers, Brind'Amour posted his best seasons, like in 1993-94 when he scored 35 goals, 62 assists for 97 points at the age of 23. Brind'Amour scored 33 or more goals four times in his eight full seasons in Philadelphia. He set the Flyers "Ironman" record by playing in 484 straight games.
The gritty would later go on to win the 2006 Stanley Cup with the Hurricanes under current Flyers head coach Peter Laviolette and become the team's captain. Brind'Amour was well-known for his tough style and ability to win faceoffs.
Roenick, 43, played with the Flyers from 2001-2004. He signed as a free agent in July 2001 and won the Bob Clarke Award as team MVP in 2002. He led the team with 46 assists and 67 points in 2001-02 then followed it up by the leading the team with 27 goals and 59 points in 2002-03. Arguably his best moment with the Flyers came in Game 6 of the 2004 Eastern Conference Semifinals against the Toronto Maple Leafs when he won it in overtime for the Flyers to eliminate Toronto. Until this year, it was the last time the Maple Leafs were in the playoffs.
Roenick also played for Chicago, Phoenix, Los Angeles, and San Jose during his 20 year career. He ended up with 513 goals, 703 assists for 1,216 points in 1,363 games.
This was the first year of eligibility for both players.
Roenick rubbed some Flyers fans the wrong way with his overly emotional reaction to the Blackhawks winning the Stanley Cup. It appeared as though he forgot about his time in Philadelphia which definitely was a reason why Roenick he didn't receive a complete ovation from the Flyers faithful during the 2012 Winter Classic Alumni Game.
I'm sure they will get another look next year.
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