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Avalanche Quiz! Eric Lindross Trade Tree


Well, it's another Monday in the NHL off-season, and I happen to not have work today, and my rehearsal were cancelled. After watching 2 episodes of Breaking Bad and the season finale of the Newsroom, I found myself bored. I failed to see Louis C.K. live tonight, so now I'm just sitting around trying to find out more information on how we won't be watching hockey this season. Dater posted a link on Facebook to watch the Blood Feud game between our Avs and the Dead Things of 1997, and I was reminded, while watching Peter Forsberg assist Valeri Kamensky on a sick off-the-draw goal, of the massive trade that sent Eric Lindross and all his concussions to the Flyers and netted the then-Nordiques-and-future-Avalanche so many assets that served as much of the backbone to our once dominant franchise. Awhile back, I had put in the dirty-work to map out the entire trade tree, and, in my boredom, decided to take a gander at it once again and see if it needed updating.

Anyway, I'm bored, and if you are too, answer me the following question:

What three assets are still in the Colorado Avalanche organization as a result of the Eric Lindross trade?

Bonus points if you can name a fourth asset that was with the organization until this summer!

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