NHL Enforcers: Dave “The Hammer” Schultz

NHL Enforcers: Dave “The Hammer” Schultz

Some highlights and fights from one of the original bad boys of the NHL.

Dave “The Hammer” Schultz (born October 14, 1949) 6’1″, 195 lbs was one of the enforcer in the Philadelphia Flyers aka the Broad Street Bullies due to their brutal playing style.

During his time as a hockey player, The Hammer earned 2294 regular season penalty minutes, scored 79 goals, and 121 assists, and an additional 412 PIM, 8 goals, and 12 assists in his playoff games.

Team History:
1969-1970 (EHL) Salem Rebels
1969-1971 (AHL) Quebec Aces
1971-1972 (AHL) Richmond Robins
1971-1976 (NHL) Philadelphia Flyers
1976-1978 (NHL) Los Angeles Kings
1977-1979 (NHL) Pittsburgh Penguins
1978-1980 (NHL) Buffalo Sabres
1979-1980 (AHL) Rochester Americans


  • 1974 – Stanley Cup Philadelphia Flyers
  • 1975 – Stanley Cup Philadelphia Flyers
  • Inducted into Flyers Hall of Fame on November 16, 2009


  • Holds the NHL record for most penalty minutes in a season with 472 penalty minutes during the 1974–75 season

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