Lindros captured the Hart Memorial Trophy and Lester B.Pearson Award after the lockout-shortened 1994–95 season.He joins Sergei Makarov, Rogie Vachon and the late Pat Quinn.
Passed over six times for entry into the shrine of hockey's finest, the now 43-year-old will finally get his plaque, honoured along with Rogie Vachon, Sergei Makarov and the late Pat Quinn. But he'd yet to take a serious walk through the place of hockey history where many thought he long deserved entry. It's a real honour to be part of this." Living in the Toronto area with his wife and three young kids, Lindros said he'd driven by the Hall numerous times and visited occasionally for charity events.In August 2001, Lindros joined the New York Rangers via trade.He signed with the Toronto Maple Leafs for the 2005–06 NHL season.When competing online for your potential customers attention you only have seconds to win them over.
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Lindros was an exemplary power forward, and averaged more than a point per game.
His hard-nosed style caused him to miss significant time with injuries, and he had many problems with concussions.
He also failed to win a Stanley Cup, swept in the 1997 final by the Detroit Red Wings while still a member of the Philadelphia Flyers.
When healthy he was a truly dominant force, a rare combination of size (six foot four, more than 200 pounds), skill, and power.
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