Skip to main content
The Official Site of the Philadelphia Flyers

Lindros' Greatest Moments

by Staff Writer / Philadelphia Flyers
Flyers alumni Eric Lindros and John LeClair will both be inducted into the Flyers Hall of Fame before the November 20 game vs. the Minnesota Wild.  Re-live each of his best moments in Orange & Black

Click here to re-live John LeClair's moments.

1. Lindros Moment: May 20, 1997
Lindros shrugs off Mark Messier and scores into the empty net at Madison Square Garden in the Eastern Conference Finals.
2. Lindros Moment: Apr. 26, 1997
Lindros wins faceoff and puts in his own rebound 14 seconds into Game 5 against the Penguins.
3. Lindros Moment: Apr. 17, 1997
Lindros loses his stick on the first shift of the Flyers-Penguins playoff game, then adds a goal and assist later on.
4. Lindros Moment: May 16, 1997
Lindros sets up 2 goals on the first 2 shots on Mike Richter in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Final.
5. Lindros Moment: October 13, 1992
Lindros scores two goals in his first game at Le Colisee against Quebec.
6. Lindros Moment: Oct. 8, 1992
In his Spectrum debut, Lindros steals the puck from Scott Niedermayer and beats goalie Chris Terreri.
7. Lindros Moment: June 7, 1995
Lindros beats Martin Brodeur in OT for 3-2 win that cuts the Devils lead in the 1995 Eastern Conference Finals.
8. Lindros Moment: May 4, 1996
Lindros scores with a menacing Ed Jovanovski on him for a 3-2 win at the Spectrum in the playoffs.
9. Lindros Moment: May 11, 1997
Lindros scores the first successful playoff penalty shot in Flyers’ history.
10. Lindros Moment: May 23, 1997
A Lindros backhander beats a diving Mike Richter with six seconds left in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Final.
View More