Originally Posted by Flyer_Frank
Didn't fight much but could do pretty well when he did. Was on his way to a HOF career when injuries stopped him. As quick a release and as good a wrist shot as anyone had in the league in his day and he could beat goalies from the perimeter with it. Probably in my top 10 all time favorite wrist shots. He didn't just score from the crease although he got his share there. One of the strongest guys in the league on the puck, good skater for his size, good both ways and a decent stickhandler. He was probably my first favorite Flyer.
Ah, he fought more then you think. He was by no means a "fighter" but he held his own when the time called. He had more then the average for a non-fighter. He was big, strong and had a tremendous left. I would equate Tim Kerr
to Eric Lindros
during his time.