This Date In Flyers History: November 8
On this date in 1990, winger Tim Kerr scored a goal in the Flyers' 8-2 loss to the Calgary Flames at the Spectrum. Kerr's third-period goal was the 358th goal of his career, which tied him with Bobby Clarke for third place on the Flyers All-Time List.
Kerr would pass Clarke and move into third place on the Flyers All-Time List with a goal in the Flyers' next game (at Quebec on November 10).
A member of the Flyers Hall of Fame, Kerr recorded 650 points (363G-287A) in 601 regular season games for the Flyers.
He ranks sixth all-time in Flyers history in points (650) and third all-time in goals (363), while holding the Flyers all-time record in power-play goals (145) and hat trick (17).
He also holds the NHL record for most power-play goals in a single season (34).
ALSO ON THIS DATE:
- The Flyers own an all-time record of 7-9-2-1.
- In 2003, Marcus Ragnarsson scores an overtime goal one minute in to beat the New York Rangers, 2-1.