C – Eric Lindros
When many Flyers fans think about Lindros, it is hard not to think about “what could’ve been“. The injuries took their toll on a generational talent. He was tasked with leading the team back to the promised land of the NHL and he couldn’t do it; although to be fair, nobody else has either.
When he did play, he was a beast. The Hall of Famer is 19th all-time with 1.13 points per game. If you take just what he did in Philly, that rises up to 1.36, which squeezes him up to sixth place between Bobby Orr and Gilbert Dionne.
Not only that, he was a master of physicality that would’ve made him a shoo-in on the Broad Street Bullies team. He used his size to intimidate the opposition and make them think twice about battling in the corners.