Dave Poulin was the 7th Captain of the Philadelphia Flyers. After playing for Notre Dame in college then going undrafted and playing in Sweden, the Flyers signed Poulin to a minor league deal in 1983. He was called up to the Flyers on 4/2/83 in a game where he scored 2 goals including a goal in his first ever NHL shift. Poulin returned in 1983-84 to post Flyers' rookie records with 31 goals and 45 assists and ranked second among NHL rookies with 76 points while centering Brian Propp and Tim Kerr. A year later, he was named team captain and helped the Flyers reach the 1985 Stanley Cup finals. He went on to play 13 seasons in the NHL, 7 of them with the Flyers (1983-1990). He was a 3 time All-Star, appeared in 3 Stanley Cups, won the Selke Trophy in 1987 and the King Clancy Memorial Trophy in 1993. In 2004, Poulin was inducted into the Philadelphia Flyers Hall of Fame.