"Not so crazy now, am I?"
In 1998, Eric Lindros challenged hockey's play-through-it culture
ONLY ONCE since his retirement in 2007 has Eric Lindros worried about the damage that a lifetime of hockey may have inflicted upon his brain.
It was late last summer, and he and then-fiancée Kina Lamarche had flown to Halifax, Nova Scotia, where they turned off their cellphones and motored 1,250 miles around the coast in a 34-foot rented RV they nicknamed Peggy.
The trip was very much what it seemed: an adorable, old-fashioned premarital test-drive ...
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ESPN The Magazine: May 13, 2013