Tim Kerr was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Philadelphia Flyers in 1980. He went on to play 13 seasons in the NHL, 11 of them with the Flyers (1980-91). Starting in 1983-84 he began his team-record run of four consecutive 50-goal campaigns and in the process setting the NHL single-season record for power-play goals with 34 in the 1985–86 season. During the first round of the '85 playoffs, against the New York Rangers, Kerr set a still-standing NHL single-game record by scoring four goals in a span of 8:16. Kerr was a 3-time All Star, the recipient of the Bill Masterton Trophy in 1989 and holds a total of 6 NHL records. He was inducted into the Philadelphia Flyers Hall of Fame in 1994.