Eric Lindros was the 11th Captain of the Philadelphia Flyers. Lindros played 8 (1992-2000) of his 13 year NHL career with the Flyers. He had 41 goals and 34 assist in a shortened (61 games due to injury) rookie season while on the "Crazy Eights" line. In 1994 he was named Captain of the Flyers and while on the legendary "Legion of Doom" line carried the Flyers into their 1st playoff appearance in 6 years. 2 seasons later, he would lead the Flyers to their 1st Stanley Cup appearance in 10 years. He totaled 290 goals and 369 assist in 486 games. Lindros was a 7x All-Star, won both the Hart Memorial Trophy (MVP) and Lester B. Pearson Award (Outstanding Player in the Regular Season) in 1995, 4x Bobby Clarke Trophy winner (Flyers MVP), won 2 World Junior Gold Medals and a Winter Olympic Gold in 2002. He was inducted into the Flyers Hall of Fame in 2014 and the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2016. IN 2017 he was named one of the '100 Greatest NHL Players' in history.