Eric Lindros currently works as the Philadelphia Flyers brand ambassador. Eric is a former ice hockey player with a net worth of 30 million dollars.

Lindros started his national hockey league with the Flyers during the 1992-93 season. During his OHL career, he guided the Generals to a Memorial Cup win in 1990.

He won the Red Tilson Trophy as the OHL's Most Outstanding Player and was named the CHL Player of the Year before being selected in the 1991 NHL Draft.

Lindros has also played for Canada's senior team at the World Hockey Championships, leading the group in points at the 1993 competition.

He was ranked 54 on the hockey news' list of the 100 Greatest Hockey Players of all time. He won the Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy as top scorer, the CHL Player of the Year award, the Red Tilson Trophy as MVP, and the CHL Top Draft Prospect Award during the 1990–91 season. 

What Is Eric Lindros Doing Now?

Eric Lindros is currently residing with his family in Toronto. Eric was appointed as an ambassador of the Philadelphia Flyers in 2020.

On January 1, Eric tweeted about Connor Bedard breaking his previous record and added, "Don't just break the record Connor Bedard, smash it!" The tweet went viral and has been viewed over a million times. 

Eric tweeted about Connor Bedard on New Years Day.
Eric tweeted about Connor Bedard on New Years Day. ( Source : mobile )

According to his Instagram account, he is involved in the Hockey Hall of fame. He posted a video where the hockey hall of fame team Sudan vs team Lindros was held on November 13, 2022, at Scotia Bank Arena, Toronto.

Eric is also actively involved in a charity program. He and his mother, Bonnie, collaborated to construct homes for Habitat for Humanity Toronto in 2010 in honor of Mother's Day.

He also supports the fight against cancer, just as he did for hockey players Guy Lafleur and Dale Hawerchuk. He posted an Instagram video supporting hockey player with the caption, "Our NHL Alumni family has each other's backs both on and off the ice."

Eric with his hockey teammate John LeClair and Mikael Renberg.
Eric with his hockey teammate John LeClair and Mikael Renberg. ( Source : instagram )

Though he retired from his ice hockey career, he spends his time with his ice hockey team, John LeClair and Mikael Renberg. He has shared pictures with his team on his Instagram account.

Eric spends time with his wife, Kina Lamarche, and children. According to NHL, as he was appointed ambassador with the Philadelphia Flyers, he stated his top priority is guiding the kids to keep up with their schoolwork.

Eric celebrated Canada Day on July 2, 2020, with his children.
Eric celebrated Canada Day on July 2, 2020, with his children. ( Source : instagram )

He has three children two sons, Carl and Ryan, and a daughter Sophie. Ryan and Sophie are twins. 

Eric's children have also followed in his footstep; they have started learning hockey. The kids like playing hockey with their father and enjoy spending time together and traveling.

Lindros spent 2020 Canada Day with his children. He usually spends most of the occasion together with his family.

Eric Lindros Net Worth

Eric Lindros has a net worth of 30 million dollars, as per Celebrity Net Worth. The Quebec Nordiques selected Eric in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft.

He represented Canada three times in Olympic plays and won gold and silver medal. He also won the Lester B. Pearson Award and the Hart Memorial Trophy.

The Nordiques, Philadelphia Flyers, and New York Rangers negotiated transactions involving Lindros at the 1992 NHL Entry Draft.

Eric playing hockey with his children.
Eric playing hockey with his children. ( Source : instagram )

He became the best player on the Flyers team due to his imposing physical power and ability to make plays. During his time in Philadelphia, he scored goals and developed into one of the NHL's most feared and dominant players.

Eric played for the Flyers from 1990 to 2000, and then he was traded to the New York Rangers. in 2001. He then signed a $1.5 million contract with the Maple Leafs for the 2005–06 season.

He announced his retirement from his career in 2007 and donated $5 million to the London Health Sciences Centre.

After his retirement, Lindros was appointed to the newly created NHLPA Ombudsman post by the National Hockey League Players' Association (NHLPA). He participated in the New York Rangers vs. Philadelphia Flyers NHL Winter Classic Alumni Game in 2011.