As a teen, Melville Millionaires left winger Brian Propp set a Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League record with 168 points in a single season. Proving that was no fluke, Propp went on to enjoy a lengthy NHL career during which he netted 369 goals and 480 assists: both second all-time in Philadelphia Flyers history. This Flyers sweater was worn by the rugged ice hero during his perennial All-Star tenure in Philly. The orange mesh pullover garment features white shoulders/three-quarter sleeves and a sizable team logo sewn to the chest in orange-on-black-on-white twill. Om the back, “26” is sewn in white-on-black block-style twill numerals, while “PROPP” is sewn to a name plate just above in solid white block-style twill characters. Additionally, “26” is sewn to each shoulder in orange-on-black twill. Within the back tail, the fight strap remains intact, while the lower back features a black patch with “Eagle” embroidered in white cursive. Solid game wear is evident with board and stick marks throughout, as well as perspiration-induced discoloration about the collar and shoulders.
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