33. Dave Poulin
Dave Poulin got off to a really slow start in hockey, which makes sense as he began his athletics as a figure skater and saw hockey as a way to get a scholarship, which he did to Notre Dame.  After college he played a season in Sweden, the Flyers signed him and he would quickly prove to be valuable scoring 76, 74, 69 and 70 Points in his first four full seasons with Philadelphia.  Exceptional on the penalty kill, Poulin was skilled on his own side of the ice where he would win the Frank J. Selke Award in 1987.  That accolade was bookended by two All Star Games.  Poulin would score 394 Points for the Flyers over his 467 Games while playing for them.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Right Wing
  • Acquired: Signed as a Free Agent 3/8/83.
  • Departed: Traded to the Boston Bruins for Ken Linesman 1/16/90.
  • Games Played: 467
  • Notable Statistics: 161 Goals
    233 Assists
    394 Points
    303 PIM
    .84 PPG
    +172 Plus/Minus
    31.3 Point Shares
    39 Points in 63 Playoff Games
  • Major Accolades and Awards:

    All Star (1986 & 1988)

    Frank J. Selke Award (1987)
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