Top Players in Flyers’ History: No. 10 Tim Kerr

March 23rd, 2010 by Alan Bass Leave a reply »

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Can you name me a top player in the league right now who was not drafted when he was eligible?

How about Martin St. Louis of the Tampa Bay Lightning?

Can you now name me a similar player from the past?

How about Tim Kerr?

The Philadelphia Flyers signed Kerr at the beginning of the 1980-1981 season as an undrafted forward.  The team immediately saw results, as Kerr scored 45 points in 68 games as a rookie in the NHL.

He slightly improved the next year, scoring 51 points, but then dropped to 19 in 1983 as he started to fall victim to the injury ...

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