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The Daily: Hockey Hall of Fame Adds Some New Names



The Hockey Hall of Fame came calling for new names and some fans feel a few were forgotten. In go goalies Tom Barrasso, Mike Vernon, and Henrik Lundqvist. Builders Ken Hitchcock and Pierre Lacroix had their names called, too. Pierre Turgeon and Canadian four-time Olympic gold medalist  Caroline Ouellette.

Quite the class indeed. Now, Rod Brind’Amour missed out and Alexander Mogilny was left off again. There’s arguments for other players, including one I watched for many years in Chris Osgood, who is probably one NHL individual award short of a call–despite 401 wins and two Stanley Cups as a starter.

Regardless of opinion, those in absolutely are deserving. Congratulations to them and their families for their hard work paying off.

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Nashville: Could Pierre-Luc Dubois really be on the Nashville Predators radar?

Philadelphia: John LeClair and Patrick Sharp are looking to return the Philadelphia Flyers back to prominence

Pittsburgh: Should Kyle Dubas look at opening trade talks with JT Miller to the Pittsburgh Penguins?

San Jose: Which San Jose Sharks forwards can best replace Timo Meier’s spot?

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