ERIC LINDROS RUMORS & GOSSIP
Eric Lindros was apparently an enormous ******* during his rookie season in the NHL, at least to one particular referee. Former NFL player and official Paul Stewart wrote an entertaining column for the Huffington Post recently to share some tales from his officiating career. You may never see Lindros in the same light again after […]
According to Paul Stewart, being a ref in the National Hockey League can be good, bad, and ugly. But one anecdote involving former Flyers forward Eric Lindros perhaps sticks out above the rest.
from Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun,
If you want to get Eric Lindros wound up, ask him about the NHL lockout, which has not-so-quietly extended into a third month — with no negotiations scheduled and no real end in sight.
The retired NHLer and former NHLPA ombudsman wasn’t overly optimistic when asked to give his opinion during a break in the action at the Mike Keane...
Last night, the city held the 2012 Philadelphia Sports Hall Of Fame Ceremony. The ceremony had some of the city's top athletes, including Flyer great Eric Lindros. Our friends from SportsTalk Philadelphia on La Salle TV and David Grzybowski had the privilege at being at such a huge event.
Check out the video from last night's ceremony and the exclusive interview with Eric...
Eric Lindros stepped out of the dugout and pointed his stick toward the stands.
Big E had his standing O.
With a packed Philadelphia crowd standing and roaring in appreciation, Lindros made a triumphant return to the city in a Philadelphia Flyers jersey, a bitter parting more than a decade ago forgotten from the moment No. 88 hit the ice for warmups.
The red reserved for the Phillies...
Via AP on Fox
December 31, 2011
Eric Lindros is ready to return to Philadelphia.
For 11 years, the final image of Lindros in a Flyers jersey was him curled in a fetal position, knocked cold after a brutal shoulder-to-jaw check on the open ice from New Jersey's Scott Stevens.
Lindros had a bitter falling out with former general manager Bobby Clarke and was traded to the New York Rangers 15 months after his...
Via AP on Fox
December 29, 2011
A few weeks ago, former Philadelphia Flyers GM Bobby Clarke weighed in on the NHL’s concussion problem, insisting that allowing obstruction and the NHL choosing to suspend players instead of allowing them to police themselves via fighting were the roots of the spate of concussions, and this morning, one of the players whose career came to an end in no small part due to concussions...
Ex-Flyers star Eric Lindros and former Rangers great Brian Leetch are expected to play in the Winter Classic Alumni Game on New Year's Eve in Philadelphia.
The Flyers' alumni roster also includes John LeClair, Mark Recchi and Rick Tocchet, and will be coached by Pat Quinn. Mike Keenan will coach Adam Graves, John Vanbiesbrouck, Mike Gartner and the rest of the Rangers'...
Via AP on Fox
November 25, 2011
We all know Bobby Clarke and Eric Lindros had their differences. It is no secret.
A major component of the problems between Clarke and Lindros were because of Lindros' family. They played a huge role in his career decisions.
Back in 2007 after Lindros announced his retirement, Clarke spoke to Hockey Night In Canada Radio.
"He was an easy guy to have around, didn't...
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Eric Lindros confirmed on Wednesday that he will be playing hockey in the City of Brotherly Love - well, the Winter Classic Alumni Game, that is.
The former Philadelphia Flyers captain told 590 AM radio in Toronto that he will participate in a reunion of the Legion of Doom line with John LeClair and Mikael Renberg during the Alumni Game at Citizens Bank Park on Dec. 31.