The time Tie Domi thanked somebody for beating the crap out of them was when Flyers Dave Brown gave Domi a beat down in 1992, Domi looked up to Dave Brown.
We are officially 21 days away from the Philadelphia Flyers opening night that takes place on October 13th 2022, the Flyers face the New Jersey Devils that night and it will give fans a chance to see what the so-called ''new and improved'' Flyers team will look like. Fans will get the chance to have their first look at newly acquired Flyers Tony DeAngelo, Nic Deslauriers and more.
Let's take a look at his best moments in a Flyers jersey, and also a career summary brought to you by Bleacher Report Philadelphia..
Dave Brown was by no means a great hockey player. But he was a great Flyer, and the greatest ever to wear No. 21 for the team.
For a franchise that prides itself on its rough and tumble image and has a long line of enforcers who have suited up in the orange and black, Dave Brown was the best at what he did.
Brown was a southpaw, which seemed to catch a lot of his early opponents off guard.
As his career went along and his reputation as a pugilist grew, Brown took on all comers. Never backing down from some of the toughest guys ever to play in the NHL, Brown rarely lost a fight.
He, of course, was part of the infamous pre-game brawl against Montreal in 1987.
Brown also set up Lindsay Carson in the famous Game 6 of the 1987 Stanley Cup Finals to put the Flyers on the board en route to their historic comeback. That a fourth line enforcer like Brown and a checking line winger like Carson would combine to score the Flyers' first goal of the game against the elite Edmonton Oilers speaks volumes about the depth and heart of that 1987 Flyers team.
After a stint with Edmonton, Brown returned to the Flyers and picked up where he left off. He was the police man of the team, protecting the smaller, more skilled players and challenging the opposition's toughest guys.
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