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Did long-awaited 'Hall of Fame moment' have Lindros in tears?

Lindros will always be remembered as one of the most physically dominating players the league has ever seen. But he left a different impression after his emotional Hall of Fame speech.

'There's no crying in baseball,' but that doesn't appear to be the case in hockey

Eric Lindros speaks with the media during a Hall of Fame Induction event at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto. (Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Eric Lindros had been passed over six times for entry into the Hockey Hall of Fame. His wait finally ended this year, as the London Ont., native headlined the class of 2016.

Lindros will always be remembered as one of the most physically dominating players the NHL has ever seen. But he may have left a different impression after his Hall of Fame speech.

CBC Sports' Rob Pizzo has the three career moments that bring (most) hockey players to tears: 

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