I'm aware of this... I'm just saying, with the new rules on hits to the head, a few years away from the game to heal all the injuries, and his game still well in-tact, I feel that he could make a comeback no problem if he felt like it and still be a very effective player. Whether his body would hold up... that's a legitimate question.
Like I said, I seriously doubt it happens, but wow would I love to see it. Being born in 90, I basically learned the game and grew up watching Lindros play.
He was playing against people that were 60. Get real
Great stuff. Lindros still looks like he could be a 40point guy (if he could ever play 82 games (lmao, know he was against 60 year olds, but...)). Hope Lindros goes HOF one day, don't think anyone apart from Gretsky, Lemieux or Howe have dominated hockey quite like he did for those years from 93-99ish, top 3 player, top few hitters, one of the toughest fighters in the league, best player maybe ever to watch. No one could stop him when he was on his game. If Neeley is in, Lindros deserves it by a mile, top 5 talents ever to play. Nostalgia is kicking in, but stand by what I say!
Former Flyers writer and now of CSN Washington Chuck Gormley was at the game today and just checked in on WIP. He reported that he was in the elevator with Holmgren after the game. Homer supposedly got a three word text from Lavy which he shared with Chuck: