Former President Obama speaks to students at University of Chicago
ABC News' Alex Perez talks to University of Chicago students about former President Obama's first public event since leaving the White House.
TORONTO -- Philadelphia Flyers GM Ron Hextall was part of the Eric Lindros blockbuster trade in June 1992 with the Quebec Nordiques and still winces at the memory. He loved being a Flyer and didn't want to leave. As the NHL held a weeklong arbitration process to figure out whether the Nordiques had
TORONTO -- One of the great reminders Hockey Hall of Fame induction weekend affords is of the place international hockey plays in helping judge honored members. As you've heard me say before, it's not the NHL Hall of Fame, it's the Hockey Hall of Fame. That's incredibly true yet again with this
Eric Lindros is smiling a lot these days. It's not so much because he finally got the call for the Hockey Hall of Fame, though make no mistake, he's thrilled about that. No, this has to do with his lot in life. Happily married and with three very young children, life after hockey is suiting The Big
Moments after the 2002 Olympic gold-medal game in Salt Lake City, Kalli Quinn, her sister, Val, and mother, Sandra, raced by startled security personnel to the Team Canada bench area just in time for the singing of "O Canada." As the joyful Canadians posed for a team picture celebrating their
TORONTO -- Last I saw Eric Lindros , it was on a beautiful April day here a few months ago when we caught up at a downtown restaurant for a pint. He walked in, and the priority of the moment was finding a place to put his stroller. Lindros had brought 2-year-old Carl Pierre to our engagement. The
TORONTO -- Last I saw Eric Lindros , it was during a beautiful April day here a few months ago when we caught up at a downtown restaurant for a pint. He walked in and the priority of the moment was finding a place to put his stroller. Lindros had brought two-year-old Carl Pierre to our engagement.
TORONTO -- The Big E finally got the call. Six years passed over, Eric Lindros got the votes required Monday from the Hockey Hall of Fame's selection committee and will be part of the November induction class along with Sergei Makarov and Rogie Vachon in the players' category and the late Pat Quinn
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