Tim Kerr was signed by the Flyers as an undrafted Free Agent in 1980.
Kerr went on to have four consecutive 50 goal seasons in Philadelphia.
He was an absolute terror for defenses on the power play. Kerr set the single season record for power play goals with 34 in the 1985-1986 season.
He was a 3 time all star, and was named 2nd Team NHL in 1987. He also received the Bill Masterson Award in 1989 for the player who shows the most perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to the game of hockey.
Holds or shares three NHL records and one Flyers record.
He holds the single season record for the most power play goals with 34 in 1985-1986.
Shares the NHL playoff record for most goals in a period with four on April 13th, 1985.
Also holds the playoff record for most power play goals in a period with three on April 13th, 1985.
Kerr also holds the Flyers record for most 50 goal seasons with four.