• Allen, architect of 'Broad Street Bullies,' dies at age 90

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Feb 4, 2014
    Source: NHL.com
    • Former Flyers coach, GM Keith Allen dead at 90

      PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Keith Allen, the first coach of the Philadelphia Flyers who became the general manager that built the organization's Stanley Cup championship teams of 1974 and 1975, died Tuesday. He was 90.
    • Broad Street Bullies builder and Hall of Fame general manager Keith Allen dies

      PHILADELPHIA - Keith Allen, a Hall of Fame executive credited with building the Philadelphia Flyers into a hockey power during the 1970s, died Tuesday. He was 90. The Saskatoon native appeared as a player in just 28 NHL games with the Detroit...
      Source: NHL.com
    • Flyers, hockey mourn loss of “Broad St. Bullies” icon Keith Allen

      The Philadelphia Flyers and the hockey world is mourning the loss of Keith Allen, their first head coach, Hockey Hall-of-Famer and the GM behind the Flyers’ only two Stanley Cup championships, who died Tuesday at age 90. “Keith was the first coach in th…

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