An Interview with Brian Propp: on the changing landscape of hockey and much more

Hello there!

It’s been a while hasn’t it? Well that’s because I was working on something very special: this interview!

Last week I had the chance to chat with former Flyer (and eventual Bruin, North Star, and Whaler) Brian Propp! Propp totaled over 1,000 points in his long NHL career, from being drafted by the Flyers in 1979, all the way to his retirement in 1994. Propp is 3rd all time in points scored for the Flyers with 849, only behind Bobby Clarke and Bill Barber. He also holds the NHL record for most playoff points as a LW (64 goals, 84 assists, 148 points).

We talked about how the game of hockey has changed from when he played, and how these changes, whether official or unofficial, have impacted the product shown on the ice. We also talked some hockey history at the end.

Please enjoy!

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