FORMER PLAYERS

FORMER PLAYERS

BRIAN PROPP – With 1,004 points in 1,016 games, Brian Propp is among the most prolific and consistent scorers of his hockey generation and position. Drafted by Philadelphia Flyers in 1979, in his rookie season, helped Philadelphia reach the Stanley Cup Finals in 1980. Returning to the Finals four more times throughout his storied career. Propp set numerous NHL scoring records for position of left wing, including most career assists in the playoffs (84), most career points in the playoffs (148). Propp contributed to Canadian victory in the 1987 Canada Cup, playing alongside Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux. Brian Propp is celebrated for consistently contributing to his teams, particularly during high-pressure situations from international play to the NHL playoffs.

BERNIE NICHOLLS – His junior career was spent with the Kingston Canadians, where he established himself as a dynamic scorer and a multi-faceted talent. He was selected by the Los Angeles Kings in the fourth round of the 1980 NHL Entry Draft, 73rd overall. Over his 17-year playing career, Nicholls would play 1127 games[1] for the Los Angeles Kings, New York Rangers, Edmonton Oilers, New Jersey Devils, Chicago Blackhawks and San Jose Sharks, scoring 1209 points. He is one of only 8 players in NHL history to score 70 goals in one season, and one of 5 to score 150 points.

BRENT CELEK – Played college football at Cincinnati and was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the fifth round of the 2007 NFL Draft. In his 11th season with the team, Celek won Super Bowl LII over the New England Patriots.

Comments are closed