HHOF Profile: Eric Lindros

The NHL has been taken over by young stars but they aren’t the first to be stars when they were teenagers as Eric Lindros counts among one of the most hyped young stars in NHL history.

HHOF Profile: Peter Karmanos Jr.

He may be a dividing figure in the game but Peter Karmanos Jr. brought hockey to a place it never should have worked and made it work.

HHOF Profile: Bill Hay

The man who made the calls to the Hockey Hall of Fame got his own plaque on Yonge Street as Bill Hay entered the hall that he worked for years before.

HHOF Profile: Angela Ruggiero

Another pioneer of women’s hockey entered the Hockey Hall of Fame among a growing list of great women’s players.

HHOF Profile: Phil Housley

After waiting for years Phil Housley finally made his way to the Hockey Hall of Fame as one of the greatest defenceman in the game.

HHOF Profile: Chris Pronger

He was considered the dirtiest player in the league and his career didn’t end well but Chris Pronger is still one of the best blue liners of all time.

HHOF Profile: Sergei Fedorov

He paved a way for the new generation as Sergei Fedorov was one of the best of the Russian invasion in the NHL during the 1990s.

HHOF Profile: Nicklas Lidstrom

In the world of professional sports things are becoming far more complicated than they were years before with loyalty coming long after money.

HHOF Profile: Rob Blake

There is a constant debate about the requirements to get into a hall of fame and it generally all boils down to one main question. Does someone who does not win a championship belong in the hall of fame? It doesn’t matter what hall of fame you might be arguing about as every legendary player has this debate attached to them. For some winning a championship is the be all and end all of a hall of famer as nobody should be in the hall of fame without winning at least one championship.

HHOF Profile: Mike Modano

Hockey is Canada’s game and it always has been with more Canadians in the league than all other countries combined. They represent 54% of the league make-up in terms of nationalities with every other country representing the 46%. One nationality stands out among the non-Canadians though as the USA represents 20% of the league and that number continues to grow. Hockey in the FSA is growing and it continues to make headway despite a handful of teams having trouble staying alive.

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