Bill Barber was drafted 7th overall by the Philadelphia Flyers in 1972 and went on to play 12 seasons (1972-1984) with the team. He was a 6x All-Star and a member of both Stanley Cup teams. He scored at least 20 goals in every season he played and holds the Flyers record for most career goals (420), 3rd in assist (463) and 2nd in points (883). Bill served as the Captain of the Flyers from 1981-83. He is a member of both the Flyers AND Hockey Hall of Fame and his #7 has been retired by the Flyers. After his playing career he coached the Flyers (won Jack Adams award in 2001) and coached the Phantoms to their 1st Calder Cup.