Lindros, again and again and again and again

Lindros, again and again and again and again

Post by Anders P Bondenss » Thu, 10 Apr 1997 04:00:00


: Lindros has talent.  He is a huge guy who hits and fights and scores.  He is the
: most talented player on his team.  he is also a very dirty player with an ego
: toward his "masculinity" that cost his team a very important game vs. the
: Rangers, and cost his team the series vs. Florida last year.  

The reason why he frequently loses his temper is that he can't accept
that other players are hitting him. When he gets knocked over it's
always such a big deal, and he can never just get up and keep on
playing. He's big and strong, but soft as a little baby girl, and with
the same maturity as ***ager.

With all that said: He's still the best forward in the NHL, and no one
else, except maybe Mario, has the same impact offensively.

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Lindros, again and again and again and again

Post by Anders P Bondenss » Thu, 10 Apr 1997 04:00:00

: His constant high
: sticks and ridiculous cross-checking and charging is every bit as pitiful as
: Lemieux's hit on draper, and anything Ulf, Kaspar, or any other "dirty" player
: has done.  

And now he got suspended for it. Two games.

Lindros comment: "I never swung my stick before". The article can be
found on ESPN's website.

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Lindros, again and again and again and again

Post by Lisa Kriwon » Thu, 10 Apr 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

>Lindros has talent.  He is a huge guy who hits and fights and scores.  He is the
>most talented player on his team.  he is also a very dirty player with an ego
>toward his "masculinity" that cost his team a very important game vs. the
>Rangers, and cost his team the series vs. Florida last year.  

Lindros cost the Flyers the series against Florida?  What were you
watching.  What cost the Flyers against Florida last year was that the
second line scored all of ONE goal in 6 games.  Lindros' line scored 7 of
the teams 11 goals.  Lack of production beyond the top line cost the
Flyers as well as bad turnovers by the defense.  Desjardins was horrible.
Brind'Amour not only was held to 1 goal, he also turned over the puck
which directly let to a few panther goals.

L.

 
 
 

Lindros, again and again and again and again

Post by Jann Heringe » Thu, 10 Apr 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

> Lindros has talent.  He is a huge guy who hits and fights and scores.  He is the
> most talented player on his team.  he is also a very dirty player with an ego
> toward his "masculinity" that cost his team a very important game vs. the
> Rangers, and cost his team the series vs. Florida last year.  He has yet to
> produce in the playoffs, and although he plays a very physical style, he gets
> injured constantly.  Don't ask for sympathy for his injuries.  His constant high
> sticks and ridiculous cross-checking and charging is every bit as pitiful as
> Lemieux's hit on draper, and anything Ulf, Kaspar, or any other "dirty" player
> has done.  He is a goon.  Talented, yes.  He's still a goon.
> Thanks for listening.  Have a nice day.   :-)

> ROBO
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> Thank you.

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Lindros, again and again and again and again

Post by bil » Fri, 11 Apr 1997 04:00:00


Quote:

>Lindros has talent.  He is a huge guy who hits and fights and scores.  He is the
>most talented player on his team.  he is also a very dirty player with an ego
>toward his "masculinity" that cost his team a very important game vs. the
>Rangers, and cost his team the series vs. Florida last year.  He has yet to
>produce in the playoffs, and although he plays a very physical style, he gets
>injured constantly.  Don't ask for sympathy for his injuries.  His constant high
>sticks and ridiculous cross-checking and charging is every bit as pitiful as
>Lemieux's hit on draper, and anything Ulf, Kaspar, or any other "dirty" player
>has done.  

agree, for the most part with you here.

Quote:
>He is a goon.  

whoaa!! are you talking brett or eric?? how do you define a 'goon'?  for the
past 25 years i've thought a 'goon' was a player of modest ability that
can fight, intimidate, and protect his own players well enough to earn a
spot on the team.  you know, the ones that deal with splinters on the
bench until they get the little tap on the shoulder once or
twice a period...

by my definition some examples of goons would include gino odjick,
sandy mccarthy, toe dimi/tie domi, dave ***ko, ogie ogilthorpe,
stan jonathan,kim clackson, jimmy mann, nick fotiou (sp),
dave shultz (perhaps the best ever), etc etc.

your definition of a goon would include messier, gordie
howe, larry robinson, darryl sittler, wendel clark, and any other
talented player that could 'fight' or was 'dirty'.

Quote:
>Talented, yes.  He's still a goon.

no he's not.  he may be a whiner and dirty, though.

Quote:
>Thanks for listening.  Have a nice day.   :-)

you too, but remember:

'dirty' does not equal 'goon', as far as i know.

regards,

bill.

 
 
 

Lindros, again and again and again and again

Post by Tom Hanlo » Sat, 12 Apr 1997 04:00:00

Quote:


> : Lindros has talent.  He is a huge guy who hits and fights and scores.  He is the
> : most talented player on his team.  he is also a very dirty player with an ego
> : toward his "masculinity" that cost his team a very important game vs. the
> : Rangers, and cost his team the series vs. Florida last year.

> The reason why he frequently loses his temper is that he can't accept
> that other players are hitting him. When he gets knocked over it's
> always such a big deal, and he can never just get up and keep on
> playing. He's big and strong, but soft as a little baby girl, and with
> the same maturity as ***ager.

Hey, watch that "little baby girl" stuff.  Some little baby girls
have more gumption than Lindros.   ;>)
Quote:

> With all that said: He's still the best forward in the NHL, and no one
> else, except maybe Mario, has the same impact offensively.

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