Mark Recchi Selected for Hockey Hall of Fame

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Congratulations go out to Mark Recchi for his long-overdue selection to the Hockey Hall of Fame. In two stints as a Flyer, totaling 602 regular season games, Recchi racked up 627 points (232 goals, 395 assists) for a 1.04 points-per-game average. He added 39 points (19 goals, 20 assists) in 65 playoff games as a Flyer. 

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Propp Visits Kazhakstan as Hockey Diplomat

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Flyers Hall of Fame left winger Brian Propp recently accepted an invitation from the Canadian embassy to be a "hockey diplomat" as a part of a "Canada Hockey Day" cooperative project with Kazakhstan to promote Canada and to further build the game of hockey in Kazakhstan. 

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Dick Cherry Celebrates 80th Birthday in Style

 

Flyers Alumni defenseman Dick Cherry celebrated his 80th birthday yesterday in grand fashion. Dick, who still skates regularly and plays hockey, spent the early part of the day at his favorite place: the rink.

 

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Lindros and Quinn Selected for Hockey Hall of Fame

 

Two men who were instrumental in shaping different eras of Philadelphia Flyers – late-1970s to early 1980s coach Pat Quinn, selected posthumously, and 1990s superstar center Eric Lindros – were recognized on Monday with the sport’s greatest honor: selection into the Hockey Hall of Fame. The induction will take place in Toronto on November 14.

 

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April 7: Flyers Alumni Birthdays

Two Flyers Alumni share April 7th birthdays; Don Biggs (1965), Matt Walker (1980).

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