Peter Laviolette is the eighth Flyers coach to be replaced in mid-season, yet somehow he is only the third of those eight coaches who had a losing record to that point in the season. (And, yes, current general manager Paul Holmgren, who fired Lavvy Monday, was one of the other two.)
As a whole, the eight outgoing coaches were a combined 10 games over .500. The incoming coaches did improve on that slightly, with a record 15 games over.
John Stevens, who replaced Ken Hitchcock in 2006, is the only of the seven replacements that did not finish out the season with a winning record.
Below are the Flyers nine mid-season coaching changes due to firings.