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Honouring The Career of Rod Brind'Amour in a Flyers Jersey - Fight Footage Highlights and More


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October 17, 2022  (5:49 PM)
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Hockey is back and today marks October seventeenth of 2022, this month of October we will honour some of the best Flyers in franchise history, organized each day by their respective jersey number that was worn when they served their time in the Flyers organization.

Today we will honour the career of Rod Brind'Amour who spent nine years in a Flyers jersey, the career summary is brought to you by Bleacher Report Philadelphia, and more can be found on their twitter by the search of their name.
Rod Brind'Amour never put up gaudy numbers but he was consistently one of the hardest-working players on the ice night in and night out. This work ethic quickly made him a fan favorite.
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He was also incredibly well rounded as a player, able to produce offensively and defensively. This ability to play great defense as a forward led him to later win two Selke Trophies with the Carolina Hurricanes. (Oddly, however, he finished his Flyers career as a minus-3.)
He was a team leader, serving as Kevin Dineen's and Eric Lindros' alternate captain and wore the "C" when Lindros was out of the lineup.

He was traded in 2000 for Keith Primeau in a deal that still divides the fanbase. He went on to play 10 seasons with the Carolina Hurricanes, leading them as team captain to the Stanley Cup in 2006 and eventually have his No. 17 retired by that franchise.
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Honouring The Career of Rod Brind'Amour in a Flyers Jersey - Fight Footage Highlights and More

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