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Eric Lindros | Winger

Team: Dallas Stars
Age / DOB:  (41) / 2/28/1973
Ht / Wt:  6'4' / 245
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The Philadelphia Flyers will induct Eric Lindros into the Flyers Hall of Fame on Thursday.
Lindros played for the Flyers for eight seasons. He scored 290 goals and 659 points while playing for Philadelphia. Lindros' former teammate John Leclair is also being inducted into the Flyers Hall of Fame. Nov 20 - 6:03 PM

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Eric Lindros was inducted into the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame on Thursday night.

The center tallied 290 goals and 369 assists in 486 games with the Flyers, his final days with the team highlighted by a public feud with then-general manager Bob Clarke and his career ultimately cut short by concussions. He said he was motivated by the "passionate fans" of Philadelphia, backed the players in their labor dispute and talked about where the game is with concussions. "Things evolve," Lindros said. "The word concussion was never used [back then]. The game has made some changes. Taking out the red line, I'm not so sure that if I were commissioner I wouldn't oppose it. ... "[Concussions] are being handled better. People are coming out and saying, 'This is how I feel. What can I do to get better?' They are being more up front about it. Teams are taking it far more seriously."
Fri, Nov 9, 2012 10:01:00 AM

Eric Lindros will be among the inductees into the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame on Nov. 8.

"It's a special thrill," he said. "It's definitely an honor, and I'm awfully proud to be going in with that company." He played 13 NHL seasons, including eight with the Flyers, and amassed 865 points, with 372 goals and 1,398 penalty minutes, in 760 games. His career was ended prematurely because of concussions.
Wed, Oct 31, 2012 11:27:00 AM

Eric Lindros and Brian Leetch will be two of the headline players in this year's alumni game.

The alumni contest will be one of the feature events during the 2012 Winter Classic between the Philadelphia Flyers and New York Rangers. John Vanbiesbrouck, Mike Gartner, Mark Recchi, Rick Tocchet, John LeClair, and Adam Graves have also agreed to take part in the game. Mike Keenan will coach the Rangers' alumni while Pat Quinn will be in charge of the Flyers' team.
Source: NHL.com
Fri, Nov 25, 2011 04:38:00 PM

Eric Lindros will officially retire on Thursday according to a report.

It has been speculated for a while now that Lindros would retire, but this makes it official. Unfortunately, injuries befell the superstar early in his career and never allowed the hulking power-forward to reach his true potential. Lindros was the first overall pick in 1991 and went on to win the Hart Memorial Trophy for MVP in 1995. He ends his career with 372 goals and 865 points in only 760 games. He will be assuming the newly created role of Ombudsman for the NHLPA.
Source: TSN.ca
Tue, Nov 6, 2007 02:39:00 PM

Eric Lindros is not focused on returning to the NHL as a player.

Though he has not formally retired, Lindros is looking into his other career options. A job with the NHLPA is among the possibilities.
Thu, Oct 25, 2007 11:56:00 AM

Eric Lindros could become the NHL Players' Association's new leader very soon.

"The 30 player reps will run the program," said Lindros. "Below it will be the executive director and the general counsel." Lindros has helped spearhead tremendous change to the union this off-season, including restructuring its power structure and constitution.
Source: TSN.ca
Fri, Aug 31, 2007 06:04:00 PM

Eric Lindros is unsure of his playing future.

Lindros admitted that the past couple of seasons have been frustrating due to his propensity for injuries. Some team will take a gamble on the big center, but that may not occur until late in the summer.
Source: TSN.ca
Wed, Jul 18, 2007 10:50:00 PM

Detroit is in the market for one more forward and there may be some interest on the part of the team in signing unrestricted free agent Eric Lindros.

The Wings do not want to spend more than a couple of million on a forward so their chances of signing Peter Forsberg, Alexei Yashin or Brendan Shanahan are quite remote. Other UFAs Anson Carter and Mike Peca don't interest Detroit, so Lindros is a definite possibility. Stay tuned.
Sun, Jul 8, 2007 10:08:00 AM

Eric Lindros will think about his future in hockey this off-season.

Lindros had another injury-plagued season this year and the 34-year-old could be facing retirement. "It wears on you a lot; it gets depressing," Lindros said. "It's like city traffic, stop and go, stop and go." Lindros looks to be as fed up about all his injuries as do fantasy players who take him in their pools.
Thu, Apr 26, 2007 07:47:00 AM

Eric Lindros returned to the Dallas lineup on Thursday.

Lindros had missed the last 20 games for the Stars with a groin injury, but he played in 9:46 minutes of action and acquitted himself rather well. It was the first post-season game for Lindros since Scott Stevens hit Lindros with his head down in the 2000 playoffs. Look for Lindros to get back into the lineup on Saturday and perhaps play just a bit more.
Fri, Apr 20, 2007 06:44:00 AM

Eric Lindros could return to the Dallas lineup as early as Thursday.

Lindros has been out of the lineup since early March, but with the Stars down three games to one, there is no wiggle room left for the Stars. Lindros travelled with the team to Vancouver and if there is any chance that he has recovered enough from the groin injury, he will be in the lineup on Thursday. Lindros is a fraction of the player he was earlier in his career, in fact a very small fraction and should not be counted upon to lead the Stars anywhere.
Thu, Apr 19, 2007 06:52:00 AM

Eric Lindros practiced with the Dallas Stars on Monday, but did not play in Game 4 on Tuesday.

Lindros, who has been out since early March with a groin injury, is hoping that the Stars can extend their playoff run, enabling him to play, but with Dallas down three games to one in the best-of-seven series, it appears that Lindros's season is over.
Wed, Apr 18, 2007 07:21:00 AM

Eric Lindros has been pushing himself hard the last few days in the hope of returning to the Stars' lineup shortly.

He has sat the previous 15 contests with a groin injury, but will be re-evaluated on Saturday to determine his availability for Sunday's season finale.
Sat, Apr 7, 2007 07:33:00 AM

Eric Lindros, who has missed the last ten games with a groin injury, has started skating again and could practice next week.

Lindros must get healthy to play in the post-season and right now he's not. "He's got to be healthy," coach Dave Tippett said. "It's one thing just to be in the lineup, but you have to have the capability of doing something. We have people who are very capable, and we can't lose those people because we are trying to get another guy up and running. [Joel] Lundqvist is a good player, a very good player, and we can't just take him out. And add to that, [Steve Ott] needs games, too. [Lindros] has to be healthy and be able to contribute to be a piece of the puzzle. He's trying hard, but this is a results-oriented business." Be very, very careful if you want to take Lindros late in your playoff pool.
Thu, Mar 29, 2007 06:17:00 AM

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