Updated: Aug 11, 2021
Score for the Cure is ecstatic to announce that four former Philadelphia Flyers will be joining us on August 14 at Revolution Ice Gardens in Warminster, PA.
BRIAN PROPP played 15-seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL), primarily as a left wing, including parts of 11-seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers. Propp was a five time NHL All Star, ranks second in Flyers history in goals (369, behind Bill Barber), third in assists (480, behind Bobby Clarke and Claude Giroux), and fourth overall in games played in a Flyers uniform (behind Barber, Clarke, and Giroux). Brian Propp's appearance is generously sponsored by Laffey Bucci Kent, LLP. DOUG CROSSMAN, a puck-moving defenseman, spent 5 of his 14 NHL seasons as a member of the Philadelphia Flyers. He also played as a member of the 1987 Canada Cup Canadian National Team. Over the course of Crossman's five years with the Flyers, he posted 193 points (35 goals including 18 on power plays, 158 assists) and a combined plus-66 rating in 392 games. Along with stalwart defensive defenseman Brad Marsh, Crossman was half of the Flyers' second defense pairing during the best years of his career. Playing into the Stanley Cup Final in both 1985 and 1987, Crossman played 60 playoff games overall as a Flyers, chipping in nine goals, 31 points and 81 penalty minutes. Doug Crossman is generously sponsored by National Cooperative Bank (NCB).
RILEY COTE is a former professional ice hockey left winger and formerly an assistant coach with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms of the American Hockey League (AHL). He played eight National Hockey League (NHL) seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers and was mainly known as an enforcer. Cote hoisted the Calder Cup with the Philadelphia Phantoms (AHL) team in 2004-05 and was named Phantoms Man of the Year for the 2006-07 season. Cote also received the Pelle Lindbergh Memorial Trophy in 2007-08 while playing with the Philadelphia Flyers. The Pelle Lindbergh Memorial Trophy is awarded to the "Flyer who has most improved from the previous season, as voted by his teammates." Laffey Bucci Kent, LLP has generously sponsored Riley Cote's appearance at Score for the Cure.
FRANK BIALOWAS A native of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Frank Bialowas had an eleven year professional hockey career, most notably playing with the then Philadelphia (now Lehigh Valley) Phantoms, the AHL affiliate of the Philadelphia Flyers. Known primarily as an enforcer on the ice, Bialowas played left wing. He got a taste of NHL action with the Toronto Maple Leafs. During his stint with the Phantoms, Bialowas was a member of the 1998 Calder Cup championship team. In 2005, Frank was inducted into the Phantoms Hall of Fame. Frank's appearance at Score for the Cure is generously sponsored by National Cooperative Bank (NCB).