The Flyers will retire Eric Lindros' No. 88 jersey during a pregame ceremony Jan. 18 at the Wells Fargo Center, the team announced Monday.

Lindros will be the sixth Flyer to have his number retired, joining Bernie Parent, Mark Howe, Barry Ashbee, Bill Barber, and Bobby Clarke.

"Eric has made an incredible and lasting impact on the Flyers organization, our fans, and the game of hockey as a whole," Flyers president Paul Holmgren said in a press release. "We could not be more proud to raise his number 88 to the rafters. We look forward to what is anticipated to be a historic night for the Flyers."

"I am deeply humbled and honored that the Flyers are going to retire my jersey," Lindros said in the release. "I am so thankful to the entire organization for this incredible recognition. I look forward to sharing this moment with my family, friends, teammates, and, of course, Flyers fans, who mean so much to me."

The Flyers acquired Lindros in a trade with the Quebec Nordiques in 1992. By 1994, Lindros was named the 11th captain in team history. At the time, Lindros was only 21, becoming the youngest captain in franchise history.

Lindros went on to play in 486 games for the Flyers over eight seasons, scoring 290 goals and recording 369 assists for 659 points. He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2016.

The ceremony will take place before the Flyers face the Toronto Maple Leafs. Lindros played 33 games for the Leafs in 2005-06.