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Eric Lindros
Eric Lindros
(LIHND-rahz, AIR-ihk)
Number: 88
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 240
Shoots: Right
Born: Feb 28, 1973
Birthplace: London, ON, Canada
Hometown: Toronto, Ontario
Acquired: Signed by Dallas as a free agent on July 17, 2006.
Drafted: QUE / 1991 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (1st overall)

2005-06: Played 33 games and collected 22 points (11-11-22)with Toronto...Scored two goals on Oct. 15 at Montreal...Registered a season-high five-game goal scoring streak, Oct. 11 - 22...Recorded a season-high seven-game point scoring streak (7-1-8), Oct. 11 - 27...Appeared in his 700th career NHLgame on Nov. 23 vs. Boston...Missed 27 games, Dec. 12 - Feb. 11, with a wrist injury and then missed 22 games to close the season with a wrist injury.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:Did not play competitive hockey in 2004-05In 2003-04, finished third on the Rangers in plus/minus (+7), fourth in assists, tied for fourth in goals and fourth in power play goals...Registered a season-high three assists on Nov. 10 vs. Edmonton...Posted his 800th career NHLpoint with two assists on Dec. 18 vs. NYIslanders...Missed the final 30 games of the season due to injury...In 2002-03, played in a career-high 81 games with New York and posted 53 points (19-34-53)...Finished first on the team in power play goals, was second in points and tied for second in goals...Appeared in his 600th career NHLgame and posted two assists on Jan. 6 vs. Ottawa...In 2001-02, ranked tied for ninth in the NHL in goals, tied for 10th in power play goals and tied for 17th in points...Represented Team Canada at the Olympics and earned a Gold Medal, playing in six games and scoring one goal...Was selected to play at the NHLAll-Star Game, but was unable to play due to injury...Appeared in his 500th career NHLgame on Nov. 2 at Carolina...Netted his 300th career NHLgoal (3-1-4) on Nov. 18 vs. Atlanta...Notched his 700th career NHLpoint with four assists on Jan. 23 vs. Boston...Recorded his 13th career hat trick on Mar. 2 vs. Philadelphia...In 2000-01, did not play due to injury...In 1999-00, posted 59 points (27-32-59) in 55 games with Philadelphia...Played in the NHLAll-Star Game...Registered his 11th career hat trick on Dec. 9 vs. Toronto...Played in two playoff games, scoring one goal...In 1998-99, ranked tied for sixth in the NHLin assists and tied for seventh in points...Played in the NHLAll-Star Game...Recorded a career and franchise-high 18-game point streak (14-21-35) from Jan. 7 to Feb. 28...In 1997-98, ranked 20th in the NHL in points...Played in the NHLAll-Star Game...Served as Team Captain for Canada at the Winter Olympics...Collected five points (2-3-5) in six tournament games...Notched his 10th career hat trick on Dec. 11 vs. NYIslanders...Notched his 500th career NHLpoint and became the fifth fastest player to reach 500 points in NHLhistory (352 games) on Feb. 28 at NYRangers...In 1996-97, played in the NHLAll-Star Game...Missed the first 23 games of the season due to injury...Collected a 17-game point streak (13-16-29), Nov. 30 - Jan. 7...Posted a career-high seven points (1-6-7) on Feb. 26 at Ottawa...Notched a career-high four goals on Mar. 19 at Toronto...Played in 19 playoff games, collecting 26 points (12-14-26) and ranked first in the NHLin playoff points and second in assists...Posted his first career playoff hat trick on May 20 at NYRangers...In 1995-96, was a finalist for the Hart Trophy...Named to the Second NHLAll-Star Team...Played in the NHLAll-Star Game...Posted a career-high 14 shots on Mar. 19 vs. NYIslanders...In 1994-95, won the Hart Trophy and the Lester B. Pearson Award...Named to the NHLFirst All-Star Team...Tied for first in the NHLin points...Notched a 14-game point streak (10-11-21), Mar. 30 - Apr. 28...Led the team in the playoffs in assists and tied for first in points...In 1993-94, played in the NHLAll-Star Game...Posted his fourth career hat trick on Jan. 19 vs. St. Louis...In 1992-93, was named to the NHLAll-Rookie Team...Ranked third among NHL rookies in points and game-winners...Set a club record for most goals in a season by a rookie...Posted three hat tricks as a rookie.

AMATEUR CAREER: Played three seasons with Oshawa (OHL) from 1989-92, posting 97 goals and 119 points for 216 points in just 95 games...In 57 games with Oshawa in 1990-91, collected 71 goals and 78 assists for 149 points in only 57 contests...Played in the 1992 Olympics with Team Canada, notching 11 points (5-6-11) in eight games...Helped Canada win the silver medal.

PERSONAL: Single...Hometown:Muskoka, Ontario...Started skating at the age of two and began playing hockey at the age of five...His first job was working as a maintenance crew at the age of 12...During his childhood, he played the trumpet for eight years...Lists his favorite hobbies as fishing and golfing...Spends his off-season in Muskoka, Ontario...Lists football as his favorite non-hockey sport to watch. is the official Web site of DSE Hockey Club, L.P.  The Stars name and logos are registered trademarks of the NHL and the Stars. NHL, the NHL Shield, the word mark and image of the Stanley Cup and NHL Conference logos are registered trademarks of the National Hockey League. All NHL logos and marks and NHL team logos and marks as well as all other proprietary materials depicted herein are the property of the NHL and the respective NHL teams and may not be reproduced without the prior written consent of NHL Enterprises, L.P. Copyright © 1999-2016 DSE Hockey Club, L.P. and the National Hockey League. All Rights Reserved.

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