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Dave Poulin

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.

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