Brad Marsh was drafted 11th overall in the 1978 NHL draft by the Atlanta Flames. He was a Defenseman who played 15 seasons in the NHL; 7 with the Philadelphia Flyers (1981-88). As a member of the Flyers he would serve as the Alternate Captain of the teams that reached the Stanley Cup Finals twice (lost both). He was a courageous shot blocker and a locker room leader. Marsh was one of the last NHL players to play without a helmet. Brad currently serves as the President of the incredibly charitable Flyers Alumni Association.