Eric Lindros began his NHL career with the Flyers during the 1992–93 season. He was an exemplary power forward, and averaged more than a point per game. His time in Philadelphia would see him become one of the most feared and dominating players in the NHL. He scored over 40 goals in each of his first two seasons and won the Hart Memorial Trophy as MVP in 1995 after scoring 29 goals and 41 assists in 46 games and leading the Flyers to their first playoff appearance in six years. Lindros led the Flyers to the 1997 Stanley Cup Finals, handily defeating the Pittsburgh Penguins, Buffalo Sabres and the New York Rangers in five games apiece.
Remember the night that Eric Lindros was officially immortalized by the Philadelphia Flyers and his number 88 jersey retired with this Wells Fargo Center Exclusive limited edition commemorative puck. This special regulation puck from Sher-Wood comes inside of a protective acrylic case and features Lindros' number 88 in the center along with the date.