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1982-83 Brian Propp Philadelphia Flyers Game Worn Jersey - 40-Goal Season
Lot #32

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1982-83 Brian Propp Philadelphia Flyers Game Worn Jersey - 40-Goal Season
Lot #32

This home white mesh gamer by Sandow SK was worn by Brian Propp during the 1982-83 NHL season. The Philadelphia Flyers selected Propp in the 1st round of the 1979 NHL Entry Draft. He burst onto the scene in 1979-80 as a member of a Flyers team that set the NHL record going unbeaten in 35 straight games. As a rookie, Propp scored 34 goals and 75 points and helped his club all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals where they lost in a hard fought 6 game series against the New York Islanders. Propp would serve to be one of the Flyers deadliest weapons during his 11 seasons in the City of Brotherly Love. Over the course of a 16-year career, Propp played in 1016 games, scored 425 Goals and 1004 points. He would make 5 trips to the Stanley Cup Finals, net 40-Goals or better on 4 occasions and partake in 5 NHL All Star games. Propp represented team Canada in the 1987 Canada Cup and also played in the World Championships and on the Canadian National Team.

The game wear on this size XL sweater is solid and consists of stick and slash marks, board burns, board paint transfer, stitch pops, inner pilling and a couple of handfuls of classic Flyers team-sewn repairs. Sewn to the inside back player number is the original blue and white striped fight strap. On the back player number is a beautiful signature in Propp’s own hand, which includes “Guffaw”, the name of Propp’s signature goal scoring celebration. Propp wore this vintage short style offering as he lit the lamp 40 times for the 2nd consecutive season!