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What If Eric Lindros Stayed With The Nordiques And Didn’t Get Traded To Philadelphia? – Future Considerations
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What if Eric Lindros stayed with the Quebec Nordiques? Would they have built a dynasty and avoided moving to Colorado? Watch as Julian and Ash debate this topic on our show “Future Considerations.”

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11 COMMENTS

  1. What if San Jose wasnt cheated out if the first overall pick?? That ended up being Lindros. The Sharks SHOULD have been given the 1st pick. He probably wouldnt have come anyway since he was such a primadonna about where he was gonna play 😒

  2. Probably should’ve mentioned the massive pile of assets Quebec got in the Lindros trade. The only one mentioned was Forsberg and even he was rather minimized in this discussion.

  3. If Eric Lindros Didn’t Get Traded To Philadelphia the Nordiques wouldstill be around

  4. How bout what happens to Philly if they keep forsberg? And going to NY wasn’t going to stop the concussions both teams were in new Jerseys division so he still ends up crunched by Scott Stevens

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