But he'd yet to take a serious walk through the place.
It's a real honour to be part of this." Living in the Toronto area with his wife and three kids, Lindros said he'd driven by the Hall numerous times and visited occasionally for charity events.
I also remember one of the concussions being off an innocent looking face off with the Sharks Mark Smith.
We had a toned down Eric Lindros--one that was out of the lineup for lengthy stretches. IMO he should've seriously considered chucking his career altogether. It's not as if he hadn't concussed a ******** of opponents himself.
He also was a six-time All-Star and won the Hart Trophy as league MVP as a 22-year-old in 1995 after posting 29 goals and 70 points in 46 games. 1 overall pick of the Quebec Nordiques in 1991, but refused to play there.
TORONTO -- Last I saw Eric Lindros, it was on a beautiful April day here a few months ago when we caught up at a downtown restaurant for a pint.
Imagine if that trade had gone through with Quebec? Imagine if that trade had gone through with Quebec? He was DOMINANT for the first half of the 2001-2002 season until that stupid Smith concussion in SJ.After that he was a perimeter player for the rest of that season.The 2002-2003 season was a joke, I think he played wing with Holik for a good chunk of time.' But I think when it's all said and done, certainly it's an honor.Eric Bryan Lindros is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey player.