Dave Schultz

Athlete Ambassador


Hockey (NHL)


Left Wing


Philadelphia Flyers

Years Active:

1969 - 1980

Career Highlights:

Career Highlights: 1973-74 Stanley Cup Champion; 1974-75 Stanley Cup Champion; 2009 Flyers Hall of Fame Inductee Dave “The Hammer” Schultz is a two-time Stanley Cup Champion best known as the left winger for the Philadelphia Flyers who wore #8 and regularly dropped the gloves, winning two Stanley Cups with them in 1973-74 and 1974-75. As part of the historic Broad Street Bullies, in 1974, Dave scored against the Atlanta Flames in overtime in the first round of the playoffs to clinch the series. Dave was inducted into the Flyers Hall of Fame on November 16, 2009. Schultz was praised for his physical and intense style of play, which earned him nearly as much time in the penalty box as it did attention on the ice. He still holds the record for the most penalty minutes in one season, with his time in the sin bin clocking in at 472 minutes. Today Dave helps small businesses throughout Philadelphia, New Jersey, and the Delaware Valley with online marketing and Search Engine Optimization. He has successful Amazon and Ebay stores and loves competing in the online marketplace.
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