Brian Boucher is teaming with another former Flyer in the realty business.
Tim Kerr, owner of Tim Kerr's Power Play Realty in Avalon, recently announced a new partnership with Boucher to his real-estate team.
Originally selected by the Flyers in the first round of the 1995 draft (22d overall), “Boosh” played 13 NHL seasons before retiring this past year. The 37-year-old Rhode Island native finished his career with a 2.71 goals-against average and .901 save percentage.
Boucher set an NHL record with five straight shutouts while playing for Phoenix in 2003-04. He was not scored upon for 332:01 and had 146 saves in that span. The previous records of 309:21 and four consecutive shutouts were set by Montreal's Bill Durnan in 1949.