8. Eric Desjardins

Like John LeClair, Eric Desjardins arrived in Philadelphia after winning a Stanley Cup in 1993 with the Montreal Canadiens and he would anchor their defensive corps for years.

Desjardins would be named the team’s top Defenseman seven times while going to the All Star Game twice.  He would also be named a Second Team All Star and while he was a Flyer he was in the top ten in Norris Trophy voting five times.  Desjardins would score 396 Points as a Flyer, the second most of any Defenseman in franchise history.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Defence
  • Acquired: Traded from the Montreal Canadiens with Gilbert Dionne and John LeClair for Mark Recchi and Philadelphia’s 1995 3rd Round Pick (which would be Martin Hohenberger) 2/9/95.
  • Departed: Retired 8/10/06.
  • Games Played: 738
  • Notable Statistics: 93 Goals
    303 Assists
    396 Points
    406 PIM
    .54 PPG
    +143 Plus/Minus
    80.3 Point Shares
    51 Points in 97 Playoff Games
  • Major Accolades and Awards:

    Second Team All Star (1999 & 2000)

    All Star (1996 & 2000)
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