Ted Lindsay Quotes

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I had the idea that I should beat up every player I tangled with and nothing ever convinced me it wasn't a good idea. -Ted Lindsay
I liked playing in Chicago, and I gave them everything I had, but I knew in my heart I was a Red Wing. -Ted Lindsay
What you had at the time was a dictatorship with the team owners. -Ted Lindsay
But a funny thing happened four years later. I was invited to play for an alumni team against the Red Wings. -Ted Lindsay
After three years in Chicago, I decided to call it a career. -Ted Lindsay
At 39, I was back in a Red Wings uniform and loving it. -Ted Lindsay
By 1946, I knew Detroit was the best hockey city in the Original Six. -Ted Lindsay
I had that flying wheel tattooed on my forehead and on my butt. -Ted Lindsay
I love people and I love to be around people. -Ted Lindsay
I watch a lot of hockey. There are some good hockey players and there are some awfully stupid hockey players. -Ted Lindsay
My penalty for rocking the boat was being traded. -Ted Lindsay
Some nights, I was so good that I could have become an egotist. -Ted Lindsay
Starting that union was something I believed in very strongly. -Ted Lindsay
The owners and managers were too stupid to realize we had brains. -Ted Lindsay
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