Comments Off on The Philadelphia Flyers’ Top Players in Franchise History: No. 4, Brian Propp
Originally posted at Resurfacing the Ice. Brian Propp is another one of those rare instances where the Flyers took home-grown talent and made it into a star player. Propp was the 14th overall pick in the 1979 NHL Entry Draft after scoring 168 points in 57 games in Juniors. He was put on a line next to Reggie Leach and Bobby Clarke, and he immediately showed results. He also played next to Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux in the 1987 Canada Cup, so it's obvious that Propp was a player who could truly play the game. Propp scored at least 65 points in each of his first 10 seasons in the NHL before being traded during that 11th year. Here is a list of awards and honors bestowed upon Propp in his NHL career: Named to the SJHL All-Star Team (1976) Named as SJHL Rookie of the Year (1976) Named as ...

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