I always found it funny that people take Bobby Orr's shortened career as just "well, it happens".... knees messed up or not. He was a Chicago Blackhawk and tried to keep it going. But when another great - Hart Trophy winner in Eric Lindros is brought up - all people remember is his years post-Flyers. Both Orr and Lindros got cut down too early in their careers. I'm just curious why Orr is always remembered as the prime time Bruin he was in his day - and never as the Chicago Blackhawk washed up struggle? Whereas Eric Lindros - people always talk of him post 2001, disregarding his years of greatness in the NHL? Should Lindros have retired in 1998? Would he have been remembered as a legend shortened by injuries like Bobby Orr?