Eric Lindros continues to make a difference in the hockey world off the ice, but further cements his legend as a Philadelphia Flyer when his No. 88 is raised to the rafters.
As the NHLPA marks its 50th anniversary in 2017, NHLPA.com looks back at some of the pivotal moments in the association’s history. In this piece, guest writer Russ Cohen travels back to the early 1990s, the first NHL players’ strike, and how small cardboard hockey pictures once relegated to bicycle spokes, quickly changed the business of hockey – on the players side – forever.
When it comes to being game-changers for concussion research, Logan Couture and Eric Lindros are definitely all-in.
With Father's Day around the corner, proud dad Eric Lindros answers why he wore No. 88, what his favourite jersey was growing up and more in this week's Player Q&A.
Recent HHOF inductee Eric Lindros took a few minutes to give some insight into his NHL All-Star memories, what makes this weekend so special and which players, both past and present, he is a fan of.
Four NHL legends will have their legacies forever enshrined with one of hockey’s greatest honours as the Hockey Hall of Fame welcomes the class of 2016. In the final of a four-part series, we look back at the career of Eric Lindros.
Wearing an orange toque, orange hockey jersey, shorts and flip-flops, Lindros beams as he looks out on the ice as two of the teams taking part in the charity hockey event that bears his name battle for control of the puck off the opening face-off.