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Sports Great Eric Lindros

Author: Ken Rappoport
Publisher: Springfield, NJ : Enslow Publishers
ISBN: 9780894908712
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Presents a biography of the Philadelphia Flyers' hockey player whose combination of power and skill makes him one of the most dominant players in the league.

Eric Lindros

Author: Jeff Savage
Publisher: Lerner Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780822598299
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Relates the life and career of the Canadian-born hockey star who plays with the Philadelphia Flyers.

Fire And Ice

Author: Kevin Potter
Publisher: Kevin Potter via PublishDrive
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In a future Earth where dragons rule and humanity is all-but destroyed... A Prophecy. A Conflicted Dragon. And an impossible quest… The Great Dragon War has ended, but tensions among dragons are higher than ever. Dauria, now older and wiser, joins her long-time companion Graayyya in a quest she doesn't believe in to the frozen reaches of Antarctica in search of a hidden power that could change everything. If you love stories about dragons as (or more) flawed and conflicted as any human, if you enjoy rapid, page-turning suspense on the backdrop of dragon-centric contemporary fantasy, download your copy of Fire and Ice today!

Eric Lindros

Author: John Kreiser
Publisher: Infobase Learning
ISBN: 143814248X
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A close-up look at the rising hockey star who plays for the Philadelphia Flyers.

Eric Lindros

Author: Mark Stewart
Publisher: Childrens Press
ISBN: 9780516260525
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A biography of the physical Canadian-born hockey player who played on the Canadian Olympic team in 1992, but whose career in the National Hockey League had a rocky beginning, before he was signed by the Philadelphia Flyers.

Pursue Your Goals

Author: Eric Lindros
Publisher: Taylor Pub
ISBN: 9780878331673
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The star center for the Philadelphia Flyers uses anecdotes and personal reflections to illustrate the need for dedication and effort to skate through challenging situations to success.

Eric Lindros

Author: Chris W. Sehnert
Publisher: Edina, Minn. : Abdo & Daughters
ISBN: 9781562395452
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Profiles the life and career of a Canadian-born hockey player who is one of the youngest winners of the MVP award.

Eric Lindros

Author: Aaron Frisch
Publisher: Creative Education
ISBN: 9780886829988
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A biography of the man who won the National Hockey League's Most Valuable Player award and captained the Philadelphia Flyers to their first Stanley Cup appearance in a decade.

The Greatest Players And Moments Of The Philadelphia Flyers

Author: Stan Fischler
Publisher: Sports Publishing LLC
ISBN: 9781571672346
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Call 'em the Broad Street Bullies, the Ferocious Flyers, or Bobby Clarke's Bashers, Philadelphia's icemen have been among the most exciting athletes in sports. Bursting onto the big-league hockey scene in 1967-68, the Flyers became the first expansion team to win the Stanley Cup. Combining guts, goals and glamour in equal proportions, the Flyers captured the imagination of a city as well as the National Hockey League.

Philadelphia Flyers Captains

Author: Source: Wikipedia
Publisher: Books LLC, Wiki Series
ISBN: 9781233155989
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 23. Chapters: Peter Forsberg, Bobby Clarke, Eric Lindros, Mike Richards, Rick Tocchet, Bill Barber, Keith Primeau, ric Desjardins, Kevin Dineen, Derian Hatcher, Jason Smith, Ron Sutter, Mel Bridgman, Dave Poulin, Ed Van Impe, Lou Angotti. Excerpt: ) (Swedish pronunciation: born July 20, 1973) is a retired Swedish professional ice hockey player and currently an assistant general manager of Modo Sports. Known for his on-ice vision and physical play, Forsberg is considered one of the most complete players of his generation. As of 2011, he stands tenth all-time in career points-per-game and fourth all-time in career assists-per-game in the NHL, only behind Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux and Bobby Orr. His 19-year professional career includes 13 years in the National Hockey League where he won two Stanley Cups with the Colorado Avalanche, as well as numerous individual honors including the prestigious Hart Memorial Trophy in 2003. Internationally, with the Swedish national team, he won two World Championships and two Olympic hockey gold medals. He is a member of the Triple Gold Club and the only Swede who has won the three competitions twice. As of the end of the 2008-09 NHL season, he is the fourth-highest all-time Swedish point scorer in the NHL regular season. Before his short-lived comeback season in 2011, Forsberg never had a negative plus-minus rating, giving him an overall career rating of +238. Peter Forsberg is the son of Kent Forsberg, who is the former coach of Modo Hockey and the Swedish national team. Peter Forsberg has been coached by his father for a significant part of his career: the two teamed up from 1991 to 1994 in Modo Hockey, later for the national team in the 1996 World Cup of Hockey, then for the 1998 Olympic ice hockey tournament, and for the 1998 World Championship, which Sweden won. They also own a Swedish...