NHL players are the only ones who are allowed to change the team’s name, which was first changed in 1947.
The name has been changed to the Buffalo Sabres, but only three teams have ever had their name changed: the St. Louis Blues, Montreal Canadiens and Philadelphia Flyers.
Only the Flyers have ever changed the name to the Minnesota Wild.
The New York Islanders are the most recent team to change their name, changing their name to Buffalo, in 2010.
The Philadelphia Flyers had their first name change in 1957, when the team changed from the Brooklyn Dodgers to the Flyers.
The Brooklyn Dodgers were owned by John D. Rockefeller and his brother John Dutcher, and they were the Dodgers in Brooklyn.
They had a baseball team in Brooklyn called the Brooklyn Giants, but they were a franchise in Philadelphia that folded in the 1960s.
In the 1960 Olympics, the U.S. Olympic team won gold medals in the field hockey, basketball and volleyball.
The names of teams are now known as the National Hockey League teams.