Philly Pours is honored to welcome Flyers legend Brian Propp as your evening's host. Drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers in the first round of 1979, Brian had an outstanding 15-year career in the NHL, including 11 with the Philadelphia Flyers.
Brian is generously donating a raffle prize at Philly Pours, with an offer to escort two fans to dinner and Flyers game!
Known as a dedicated team player, Brian topped 75 points 10 times and scored 40 or more goals in a season four times. A testament to his superior two-way playing ability, Brian was an amazing plus-310 for his career, which is 10th all-time for forwards. He holds Flyers records for game-winning goals (55), shorthanded goals, and playoff points. Additionally, Brian is second on the Flyers' all-time list for regular season goals and assists, and playoff goals, assists and points, just below NHL Hall of Famer Bobby Clarke.
Brian was a five-time All Star and consistent scorer through the years, and finished his career with 425 goals. In 1994 he reached two of the NHL’s most respected milestones by playing in 1000 games and scoring his 1000 point.
Brian won the Canada Cup in 1987, playing on the line with Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux, and the Spengler Cup in Switzerland in 1992, playing for Team Canada. In 1999, Propp received the Flyers' highest honor when he was inducted into their Hall of Fame. He was also selected as the All-Time Greatest Left Winger in Canadian History in 1999 and in 2014 he was inducted into the Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame as well as Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame. In 2016, Brian received the Magee Rehabilitation “Believe Award.”
Always an exceptional playoff performer, Brian played in the Stanley Cup Finals five times. His career totals of 64 goals and 84 assists for 148 points in 160 playoff games are the most in playoff history for Left Wingers.
Brian served as the COO of the Medford Ice Rink from 1996 to 1999, the color analyst for Flyers Hockey from 1999 to 2008, SR.VP at the Judge Group from 2009-2014 and currently serves as Director of Strategic Relationships for WCRE.
During and after his playing career, Brian has worked tirelessly on behalf of many charities, and in September 2016 he formed The Brian Propp Helping Hands Project to benefit Stroke Patients needing additional treatment at Magee Rehabilitation.
Brian currently resides in South Jersey with his wife Kris and their two children, Paige and Jackson.
Philly Pours will be October 28 from 5:30-8:30 pm at The Fretz Showroom in the Philadelphia Navy Yard, 4050 S. 26th Street, Philadelphia PA, 19112. Please bring ID.