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The wait is over. On Monday, former Philadelphia Flyer, Eric Lindros, was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame after being out of the game for almost a decade.

Lindros’ career was cut short by a number of head injuries that held his appearances to 760 regular-season games. Yet, he still pulled off 372 goals, 493 assists for 865 points.

The Canada-native joined the Flyers for the 1994-95 season and in 1995, he was awarded the Hart Trophy. He then led the team to the 1997 Stanley Cup Finals.

 

As part of the Hall of Fame weekend, Lindros attended the Haggar HHOF Legends Classic game:

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