Philadelphia Flyers' Eric Lindros speaks to the press, May 29, 2000 (AP Photo/Dan Loh)

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Philadelphia is known as the City of Brotherly Love but there wasn't much affection, fraternal or otherwise, between Flyers GM Bobby Clarke and former captain Eric Lindros, with the dysfunctional feud growing to include the injury-prone star's parents. After a series of concussions and other maladies, Clarke openly questioned Lindros' toughness in the media and later stripped his star of the 'C' after Lindros criticized team doctors over a misdiagnosis.

Carl Lindros, his father and agent, got involved when his son sat out an entire season rather than play for the Flyers, who'd refused to deal Lindros to Toronto. Clarke made nice after Lindros retired in 2007, calling his former star "outstanding" and "dominant" and saying he belonged in the Hall of Fame.

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