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Eric Lindros’ Future

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  1. #1 bigguy52 says:
    September 2, 2005 at 12:16 pm

    I love it……….the future is here for those leaf fans.

  2. #2 yamstone says:
    September 2, 2005 at 1:09 pm

    It is too bad that the legacy of “Eric the Great” will be “Eric the not so great except at times when he was not concussed” I wonder what would have happened to him in the leauge if not for his overbearing parents. It may have been the same outcome, a series of potentially career ending concusions, but the hockey world may have given him a break if he was a standup player that we all respected. Eric lost that respect a long time ago. In the end I wish him all the luck, he will need it playing for the Leafs this year!! Hey maybe Stumpy will protect him, I hear he is the next big signing for the Laughs…LOL!!

  3. Agreed. Everything about that family relationship is just so weird and creepy.
    Also People will never forget how he first entered the league, whining and crying. You can’t recover from that.

  4. #4 DANFRAPPIER says:
    September 2, 2005 at 4:28 pm

    that’s priceless

  5. #5 Eric Lindros Fan says:
    September 11, 2005 at 7:38 pm

    Geez, I was looking for Eric News to add to my Eric Site and somehow crossed this sad little site. How typical of Habs Fans, or should I say (Rehabs) to be the ones who whine and groan about something that happened over 10 years ago. Yeah, I know quite a few of Habs Fans and every single one whines, no word of a lie. God, get on with your pathetic little life and stop worring about Eric’s. We all know for a fact that you don’t need to worry about him 1 bit, he’s got his health back, lots and lots of money and playing for the World’s Great Team, yes I mean TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS. So, I am pretty damned sure that what you guys/girls thinks means nothing to him at all. Since he’s the one with the great job and so on and so forth, I’ll stop there, I what I write might make you all even more jealous. Oh yeah, about that picture, the only funny thing about that picture is that it’s all true. True in the sense that Montreal Players can only knock down any big players with sneezes coughs and bad breath.

  6. No ones whining and no ones ‘worried’ about Eric’s life. We could care less. He’s got his health back? I wasn’t aware you were his physician, well as long as YOU give him a clean bill of health, I guess he’s healthy! I guess his age and his 8 concussions will have no repurcussions on his game, I assume he’ll lead the league in scoring and dominate like in his early 20s. After all, nothings changed from 1995 to 2005 right? 10 years and severe head trauma, shrug it off.

    I’m saddened that you told me Eric doesn’t care about my opinion! I was hoping he read this site and really thought about my commments. I am shattered to hear I don’t mean anything to him. This deeply wounds me.

    Looking forward to the “World’s Great Team” missing the playoffs this year.

    Cheers.

  7. #7 superfan says:
    September 12, 2005 at 10:31 am

    “WORLD’S GREATEST TEAM”

    def. A team that hasn’t won a cup in God knows how long. A team that year after year stacks itself with washed up players over 35 hoping that they will make a run!! Let me rephrase that, stacking your team with old men and hoping their gas tanks don’t run out by game 3 of the opening round. Face it LEAFS FANS the way LOSER ASS FERGUSON builds his teams ain’t going to cut it in the new look NHL.

    Oh wait let us not forget about EDDY THE EAGLE!! MR. MY BACK IS SHOT BELFOUR.
    IT MUST BE THE AIR IN TORONTO, EVERY YEAR YOU GUYS SEEM TO BE THE “BEST TEAM IN HOCKEY” according to your lame ass fans
    but guess what? YOU AIN’T!
    come this year you will realize what a mistake your team has by adding injury prone players…you think last years batch of players was something?
    wait till this year!
    MAKE ROOM IN THE INFIRMARY! you leaf fans will be singing those blues all season long.

  8. All mud-slinging aside, I don’t think Eric is the answer to Toronto’s problems, at least no more than he and Fluery were the answer in New York. Hilarious cartoon.

  9. #9 leaf fan 1,000,000,000 says:
    September 17, 2005 at 9:05 am

    hahahhahahahaha.you hab fans will suffer again,sad to say.i love all canadian teams,but since you want to flap your gums.Your team still sucks,wait and see.atleast the leafs will make the play-offs,GUARANTEED!!!The canadians have been going downhill ever since roy left town.late 90′s.hahahahahahahaha

  10. Funny how Lindros already got injured in a pre season game vs, you guessed it, the habs! The season hasnt even started! I atleast gave him 1 game, maybe I was wrong.

  11. #11 True TML Fan says:
    October 3, 2005 at 11:49 pm

    Funny how you Canadien Fans do flap your gums quite a bit. Like someone above had posted. I too love everything about Canada, all Canadian Teams, but since you blind fans are gonna bash the TML, maybe it’s about time that you looked at your own team. Firstly the Habs are not anything special, stop acting like it. The TML are a far better team. I also have to agree about Roy, after he left, the Canadien started to suck. I too was a Canadien Fan, but also a very devoted TML Fan. So what Eric had a tiny pulled muscle, ooooh, ooooh, oh no. But he looked pretty sharp at the last Pre-Season game. Did he not? Number 1 Star of the game.

  12. Wow, Patrick Roy left the Canadiens? Was that recently?! What ever will we do!

    You really keep up to date on your hockey news dont you?. 10 year old headlines. I forgot , when you don’t win a cup in 200 years 10 years isn’t that long.

    Lindros looked about as sharp as a butter knife.

  13. Looking back on this months later, I believe Mr. Lindros is still sidelined with an injury. Jeez who could have predicted it?

  14. #14 Dean says:
    July 20, 2007 at 1:39 pm

    Just a thot, Yes I agree Eric Lindros has made a big mistake in refusing to play for Quebec. We had such High hopes for him. However he entered the NHL full of pride and his career has been disappointing. He could have ended up in Colorado with a few Stanley Cups but instead he is an embarrassment. What if he try to right his wrong by finishing his career playing for the Habs. I mean playing his heart -out for them and the people of Quebec. I think that would be a classy finish and restore some integrity to him. Dean

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