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    National Hockey League / Hockey Hall Of Fame

    The National Hockey League https://www.nhl.com
    The Hockey Hall Of Fame http://hhof.com
    The U.S. Hockey Hall Of Fame https://www.ushockeyhalloffame.com

    HOCKEY TEAMS WHO HAVE WON
    STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS


    01. 24 – Montreal Canadiens
    02. 11 – Toronto Maple Leafs
    03. 11 – Detroit Red Wings
    04. 11 – Ottawa Senators
    05. 6 – Boston Bruins
    06. 6 – Chicago Black Hawks / Chicago Blackhawks
    07. 5 – Pittsburgh Penguins
    08. 5 – Edmonton Oilers
    09. 4 – New York Islanders
    10. 4 – New York Rangers
    11. 4 – Montreal Wanderers
    12. 4 – Montreal Victorias
    13. 3 – New Jersey Devils
    14. 3 – Chicago Blackhawks
    15. 3 – Chicago Black Hawks
    16. 3 – Montreal Hockey Club
    17. 2 – Montreal Maroons
    18. 2 – Montreal Shamrocks
    19. 2 – Quebec Bulldogs
    20. 2 – Winnipeg Victorias
    21. 2 – Philadelphia Flyers
    22. 2 – Colorado Avalanche
    23. 2 – Los Angeles Kings
    24. 2 – Tampa Bay Lightning
    25. 1 – St. Louis Blues
    26. 1 – Washington Capitals
    27. 1 – Anaheim Ducks
    28. 1 – Carolina Hurricanes
    29. 1 – Dallas Stars
    30. 1 – Calgary Flames
    31. 1 – Victoria Cougars
    32. 1 – Toronto St. Pats
    33. 1 – Toronto Arenas
    34. 1 – Toronto Blueshirts
    35. 1 – Seattle Metropolitans
    36. 1 – Vancouver Millionaires
    37. 1 – Kenora Thistles

    CURRENT NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE TEAMS
    WHO HAVE WON STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS


    01. 24 – Montreal Canadiens
    02. 11 – Toronto Maple Leafs
    03. 11 – Detroit Red Wings
    04. 6 – Boston Bruins
    05. 6 – Chicago Black Hawks / Chicago Blackhawks
    06. 5 – Pittsburgh Penguins
    07. 5 – Edmonton Oilers
    08. 4 – New York Islanders
    09. 4 – New York Rangers
    10. 3 – New Jersey Devils
    11. 2 – Philadelphia Flyers
    12. 2 – Colorado Avalanche
    13. 2 – Los Angeles Kings
    14. 2 – Tampa Bay Lightning
    15. 1 – St. Louis Blues
    16. 1 – Washington Capitals
    17. 1 – Anaheim Ducks
    18. 1 – Carolina Hurricanes
    19. 1 – Dallas Stars
    20. 1 – Calgary Flames

    CURRENT NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE TEAMS
    WHO HAVE NEVER WON THE STANLEY CUP


    01. Buffalo Sabres
    02. Vancouver Canucks
    03. Winnipeg Jets
    04. San Jose Sharks
    05. Ottawa Senators
    06. Florida Panthers
    07. Columbus Blue Jackets
    08. Nashville Predators
    09. Minnesota Wild
    10. Arizona Coyotes
    11. Vegas Golden Knights
    12. Seattle Kraken

    DEFUNCT HOCKEY TEAMS
    WHO WON STANLEY CUP
    CHAMPIONSHIPS


    01. 11 – Ottawa Senators
    02. 4 – Montreal Wanderers
    03. 4 – Montreal Victorias
    04. 3 – Montreal Hockey Club
    05. 2 – Montreal Maroons
    06. 2 – Montreal Shamrocks
    07. 2 – Quebec Bulldogs
    08. 2 – Winnipeg Victorias
    09. 1 – Victoria Cougars
    10. 1 – Toronto St. Pats
    11. 1 – Toronto Arenas
    12. 1 – Toronto Blueshirts
    13. 1 – Seattle Metropolitans
    14. 1 – Vancouver Millionaires
    15. 1 – Kenora Thistles

    DEFUNCT NHL HOCKEY TEAMS
    WHO NEVER WON A STANLEY CUP
    CHAMPIONSHIP


    01. Hamilton Tigers
    02. Detroit Cougars
    03. Detroit Falcons
    04. Pittsburgh Pirates
    05. Philadelphia Quakers
    06. St. Louis Eagles
    07. New York Americans
    08. Brooklyn Americans
    09. California Golden Seals
    10. Bay Area Seals
    11. Oakland Seals
    12. California Seals
    13. Cleveland Barons
    14. Kansas City Scouts
    15. Colorado Rockies
    16. Atlanta Flames
    17. Minnesota North Stars
    18. Quebec Nordiques
    19. Hartford Whalers
    20. Mighty Ducks of Anaheim
    21. Atlanta Thrashers
    22. Phoenix Coyotes

    THE NUMBER OF HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES
    EACH NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE FRANCHISE HAS;
    PLAYER CATEGORY AND BUILDER CATEGORY COMBINED


    01. 72 – TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS
    02. 71 – DETROIT RED WINGS
    03. 69 – NEW YORK RANGERS
    04. 68 – MONTREAL CANADIENS
    05. 64 – BOSTON BRUINS
    06. 63 – CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS / CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS
    07. 51 – CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS

    08. 33 – OTTAWA SENATORS
    09. 32 – ST. LOUIS BLUES
    10. 23 – LOS ANGELES KINGS
    11. 22 – NEW YORK AMERICANS
    12. 21 – PITTSBURGH PENGUINS
    13. 19 – PHILADELPHIA FLYERS
    14. 16 – NEW JERSEY DEVILS
    15. 16 – VANCOUVER CANUCKS
    16. 15 – EDMONTON OILERS
    17. 15 – CALGARY FLAMES
    18. 15 – BUFFALO SABRES
    19. 14 – MONTREAL MAROONS
    20. 12 – COLORADO AVALANCHE
    21. 12 – HARTFORD WHALERS
    22. 11 – MINNESOTA NORTH STARS
    23. 10 – DALLAS STARS
    24. 09 – CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS
    25. 09 – NEW YORK ISLANDERS
    26. 09 – WASHINGTON CAPITALS
    27. 09 – DETROIT COUGARS
    28. 09 – TORONTO ST. PATS
    29. 08 – QUEBEC NORDIQUES
    30. 08 – QUEBEC BULLDOGS
    31. 08 – DETROIT FALCONS
    32. 08 – CLEVELAND BARONS
    33. 07 – HAMILTON TIGERS
    34. 07 – FLORIDA PANTHERS
    35. 06 – TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING
    36. 06 – WINNIPEG JETS
    37. 06 – MIGHTY DUCKS OF ANAHEIM
    38. 06 – SAN JOSE SHARKS
    39. 05 – CAROLINA HURRICANES
    40. 05 – TORONTO ST. PATS/MAPLE LEAFS
    41. 05 – TORONTO ARENAS
    42. 04 – PITTSBURGH PIRATES
    43. 03 – CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS / BLACKHAWKS
    44. 03 – ATLANTA FLAMES
    45. 03 – ATLANTA THRASHERS
    46. 03 – ANAHEIM DUCKS
    47. 03 – PHOENIX COYOTES
    48. 03 – ST. LOUIS EAGLES
    49. 03 – CALIFORNIA GOLDEN SEALS
    50. 03 – OAKLAND SEALS
    51. 02 – CALIFORNIA SEALS
    52. 02 – BAY AREA SEALS
    53. 02 – NASHVILLE PREDATORS
    54. 02 – MONTREAL WANDERERS
    55. 02 – BROOKLYN AMERICANS
    56. 02 – KANSAS CITY SCOUTS
    57. 01 – COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS
    58. 01 – COLORADO ROCKIES
    59. 01 – PHILADELPHIA QUAKERS
    60. 00 – MINNESOTA WILD
    61. 00 – ARIZONA COYOTES
    62. 00 – VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS
    63. 00 – SEATTLE KRAKEN

    NOTE: Denis Savard and Doug Wilson are the only players in the Hockey Hall of Fame who played for both, the Chicago Black Hawks and the Chicago Blackhawks.

    NOTE: Roger Neilson is the only person in the Hockey Hall of Fame who was an assistant coach for both, the Chicago Black Hawks and the Chicago Blackhawks.

    NOTE: Prior to the 1986–87 season, while going through the team's records, someone discovered the team's original NHL contract and found that the name "Blackhawks" was printed as a compound word as opposed to two separate words, "Black Hawks", which was the way most sources had been printing it for 60 years and as the team had always officially listed it. The name officially became "Chicago Blackhawks" from that point on. This was a legal issue.


    TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1947: Frank Nighbor
    02. 1958: King Clancy
    03. 1958: Conn Smythe
    04. 1960: Frank Selke
    05. 1961: Syl Apps
    06. 1961: Charlie Conacher
    07. 1961: Hap Day
    08. 1961: George Hainsworth
    09. 1962: Sweeney Schriner
    10. 1963: Joe Primeau
    11. 1965: Foster Hewitt
    12. 1965: Red Horner
    13. 1965: Syd Howe
    14. 1966: Max Bentley
    15. 1966: Ted Kennedy
    16. 1966: Babe Pratt
    17. 1967: Turk Broda
    18. 1969: Red Kelly
    19. 1970: Babe Dye
    20. 1971: Busher Jackson
    21. 1971: Terry Sawchuk
    22. 1974: Dickie Moore
    23. 1974: Carl Voss
    24. 1975: George Armstrong
    25. 1975: Ace Bailey
    26. 1975: Gordie Drillon
    27. 1975: Pierre Pilote
    28. 1976: Johnny Bower
    29. 1977: Harold Ballard
    30. 1977: Tim Horton
    31. 1978: Andy Bathgate
    32. 1978: J.P. Bickell
    33. 1978: Jacques Plante
    34. 1978: Marcel Pronovost
    35. 1980: Harry Lumley
    36. 1981: Frank Mahovlich
    37. 1981: Allan Stanley
    38. 1982: Norm Ullman
    39. 1984: Punch Imlach
    40. 1984: Bernie Parent
    41. 1985: Gerry Cheevers
    42. 1985: Bert Olmstead
    43. 1986: Leo Boivin
    44. 1986: Dave Keon
    45. 1989: Darryl Sittler
    46. 1990: Fernie Flaman
    47. 1990: Bud Poile
    48. 1991: Bob Pulford
    49. 1992: Frank Mathers
    50. 1992: Lanny McDonald
    51. 1994: Harry Percival Watson
    52. 1996: Al Arbour
    53. 1996: Borje Salming
    54. 2001: Mike Gartner
    55. 2002: Roger Neilson
    56. 2003: Grant Fuhr
    57. 2004: Cliff Fletcher
    58. 2004: Larry Murphy
    59. 2006: Dck Duff
    60. 2007: Ron Francis
    61. 2008: Glenn Anderson
    62. 2009: Brian Leetch
    63. 2011: Ed Belfour
    64. 2011: Doug Gilmour
    65. 2011: Joe Nieuwendyk
    66. 2012: Mats Sundin
    67. 2014: Pat Burns
    68. 2015: Phil Housley
    69. 2016: Eric Lindros
    70. 2016: Pat Quinn
    71. 2017: Dave Andreychuk
    72. 2019: Jim Rutherford

    DETROIT RED WINGS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1958: George Hay
    02. 1958: James Norris Sr.
    03. 1959: Tiny Thompson
    04. 1961: Charlie Conacher
    05. 1962: Reg Noble
    06. 1962: James D. Norris
    07. 1963: Ebbie Goodfellow
    08. 1963: Earl Seibert
    09. 1964: Jack Stewart
    10. 1965: Marty Barry
    11. 1965: Syd Howe
    12. 1966: Ted Lindsay
    13. 1969: Sid Abel
    14. 1969: Red Kelly
    15. 1969: Bruce Norris
    16. 1970: Bill Gadsby
    17. 1971: Terry Sawchuk
    18. 1971: Cooney Weiland
    19. 1971: Arthur Wirtz
    20. 1972: Gordie Howe
    21. 1973: Doug Harvey
    22. 1974: Tommy Ivan
    23. 1974: Carl Voss
    24. 1975: Glenn Hall
    25. 1976: Bill Quackenbush
    26. 1977: Alex Delvecchio
    27. 1978: Andy Bathgate
    28. 1978: Marcel Pronovost
    29. 1980: Harry Lumley
    30. 1981: John Bucyk
    31. 1981: Frank Mahovlich
    32. 1982: Norm Ullman
    33. 1986: Leo Boivin
    34. 1987: Eddie Giacomin
    35. 1988: Brad Park
    36. 1989: Herbie Lewis
    37. 1989: Darryl Sittler
    38. 1990: Bud Poile
    39. 1991: Scotty Bowman
    40. 1992: Keith Allen
    41. 1992: Marcel Dionne
    42. 1994: Harry Percival Watson
    43. 1996: Al Arbour
    44. 1996: Borje Salming
    45. 1998: Roy Conacher
    46. 2001: Viacheslav Fetisov
    47. 2002: Bernie Federko
    48. 2003: Mike Illitch
    49. 2003: Brian Kilrea
    50. 2004: Paul Coffey
    51. 2004: Larry Murphy
    52. 2005: Murray Costello
    53. 2008: Igor Larionov
    54. 2009: Brett Hull
    55. 2009: Luc Robitaille
    56. 2009: Steve Yzerman
    57. 2010: Dino Ciccarelli
    58. 2010: Jim Devellano
    59. 2011: Mark Howe
    60. 2012: Adam Oates
    61. 2013: Chris Chelios
    62. 2013: Brendan Shanahan
    63. 2014: Dominik Hasek
    64. 2014: Mike Modano
    65. 2015: Sergei Fedorov
    66. 2015: Nicklas Lidstrom
    67. 2016: Rogie Vachon
    68. 2019: Vaclav Nedomansky
    69. 2019: Jim Rutherford
    70. 2020: Ken Holland
    71. 2020: Marian Hossa

    NEW YORK RANGERS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1945: Howie Morenz
    02. 1947: Lester Patrick
    03. 1952: Bill Cook
    04. 1958: Frank Boucher
    05. 1958: Ching Johnson
    06. 1958: Frank Patrick
    07. 1958: Conn Smythe
    08. 1960: John Kilpatrick
    09. 1963: Earl Seibert
    10. 1964: Doug Bentley
    11. 1964: Babe Siebert
    12. 1965: Thomas Lockhart
    13. 1966: Max Bentley
    14. 1966: Babe Pratt
    15. 1967: Neil Colville
    16. 1968: Jim Hendy
    17. 1969: Bryan Hextall
    18. 1970: Bill Gadsby
    19. 1971: Terry Sawchuk
    20. 1972: Bernie Geoffrion
    21. 1973: Doug Harvey
    22. 1973: Chuck Rayner
    23. 1974: Art Coulter
    24. 1974: Carl Voss
    25. 1975: William Jennings
    26. 1976: Johnny Bower
    27. 1977: Tim Horton
    28. 1978: Andy Bathgate
    29. 1978: Jacques Plante
    30. 1979: Harry Howell
    31. 1980: Harry Lumley
    32. 1980: Lynn Patrick
    33. 1980: Gump Worsley
    34. 1981: Allan Stanley
    35. 1982: Emile Francis
    36. 1982: Rod Gilbert
    37. 1983: Bobby Hull
    38. 1984: Phil Esposito
    39. 1985: Jean Ratelle
    40. 1987: Eddie Giacomin
    41. 1988: Guy Lafleur
    42. 1988: Buddy O’Connor
    43. 1988: Brad Park
    44. 1990: Bud Poile
    45. 1991: Clint Smith
    46. 1992: Marcel Dionne
    47. 1993: Edgar Laprade
    48. 1995: Bun Cook
    49. 1997: Glen Sather
    50. 1999: Wayne Gretzky
    51. 2001: Mike Gartner
    52. 2001: Jari Kurri
    53. 2001: Craig Patrick
    54. 2002: Roger Neilson
    55. 2003: Pat Lafontaine
    56. 2006: Herb Brooks
    57. 2006: Dck Duff
    58. 2007: Mark Messier
    59. 2008: Glenn Anderson
    60. 2009: Brian Leetch
    61. 2009: Luc Robitaille
    62. 2012: Pavel Bure
    63. 2013: Fred Shero
    64. 2013: Brendan Shanahan
    65. 2016: Eric Lindros
    66. 2018: Martin St. Louis
    67. 2019: Vaclav Nedomansky
    68. 2019: Sergei Zubov
    69. 2020: Kevin Lowe

    MONTREAL CANADIENS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1945: Howie Morenz
    02. 1945: Georges Vezina
    03. 1947: Aurele Joliat
    04. 1950: Newsy Lalonde
    05. 1950: Joe Malone
    06. 1958: Frank Patrick
    07. 1958: Donat Raymond
    08. 1958: Sprague Cleghorn
    09. 1958: Herb Gardiner
    10. 1960: Frank Selke
    11. 1960: Sylvio Mantha
    12. 1961: George Hainsworth
    13. 1961: Joe Hall
    14. 1961: Maurice Richard
    15. 1962: Harry Cameron
    16. 1962: Jimmy Gardner
    17. 1962: Jack Laviolette
    18. 1962: Reg Noble
    19. 1962: Didier Pitre
    20. 1963: Leo Dandurand
    21. 1964: Bill Durnan
    22. 1964: Babe Siebert
    23. 1965: Marty Barry
    24. 1966: Toe Blake
    25. 1966: Butch Bouchard
    26. 1966: Elmer Lach
    27. 1966: Kenny Reardon
    28. 1969: Roy Worters
    29. 1970: Tom Johnson
    30. 1972: Jean Beliveau
    31. 1972: Bernie Geoffrion
    32. 1973: Hartland Molson
    33. 1973: Doug Harvey
    34. 1973: Tommy Smith
    35. 1974: Dickie Moore
    36. 1975: Gordie Drillon
    37. 1977: Joseph Cattarinich
    38. 1978: Sam Pollock
    39. 1978: Jacques Plante
    40. 1979: Henri Richard
    41. 1980: Gump Worsley
    42. 1981: Frank Mahovlich
    43. 1982: Yvan Cournoyer
    44. 1983: Ken Dryden
    45. 1984: Jacques Lemaire
    46. 1985: Bert Olmstead
    47. 1986: Serge Savard
    48. 1987: Jacques Laperriere
    49. 1988: Tony Esposito
    50. 1988: Guy Lafleur
    51. 1988: Buddy O’Connor
    52. 1991: Scotty Bowman
    53. 1992: Bob Gainey
    54. 1993: Guy Lapointe
    55. 1993: Steve Shutt
    56. 1995: Larry Robinson
    57: 1997: Glen Sather
    58. 2000: Denis Savard
    59. 2002: Rod Langway
    60. 2004: Cliff Fletcher
    61. 2006: Dck Duff
    62. 2006: Patrick Roy
    63. 2011: Doug Gilmour
    64. 2013: Chris Chelios
    65. 2014: Pat Burns
    66. 2016: Rogie Vachon
    67. 2017: Mark Recchi
    68. 2019: Guy Carbonneau

    BOSTON BRUINS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1947: Dit Clapper
    02. 1947: Eddie Shore
    03. 1952: Mickey MacKay
    04. 1958: Sprague Cleghorn
    05. 1958: Frank Fredrickson
    06. 1958: Duke Keats
    07. 1958: Frank Patrick
    08. 1959: Cy Denneny
    09. 1959: Tiny Thompson
    10. 1960: Charles F. Adams
    11. 1960: Sylvio Mantha
    12. 1961: George Brown
    13. 1961: Milt Schmidt
    14. 1962: Walter Brown
    15. 1962: Nels Stewart
    16. 1964: Babe Siebert
    17. 1965: Marty Barry
    18. 1966: Frank Brimsek
    19. 1966: Babe Pratt
    20. 1967: Harry Oliver
    21. 1968: Bill Cowley
    22. 1970: Tom Johnson
    23. 1971: Busher Jackson
    24. 1971: Terry Sawchuk
    25. 1971: Cooney Weiland
    26. 1972: Weston Adams
    27. 1972: Hooley Smith
    28. 1974: Billy Burch
    29. 1976: Bill Quackenbush
    30. 1978: Jacques Plante
    31. 1979: Bobby Orr
    32. 1980: Harry Lumley
    33. 1981: John Bucyk
    34. 1981: Allan Stanley
    35. 1983: Harry Sinden
    36. 1984: Phil Esposito
    37. 1984: Bernie Parent
    38. 1985: Gerry Cheevers
    39. 1985: Jean Ratelle
    40. 1986: Leo Boivin
    41. 1987: Jacques Laperriere
    42. 1988: Brad Park
    43. 1990: Fernie Flaman
    44. 1990: Bud Poile
    45. 1992: Woody Dumart
    46. 1993: Guy Lapointe
    47. 1995: Bun Cook
    48. 1996: Bobby Bauer
    49. 1997: Glen Sather
    50. 1998: Roy Conacher
    51. 2000: Joe Mullen
    52. 2004: Ray Bourque
    53. 2004: Paul Coffey
    54. 2005: Murray Costello
    55. 2005: Cam Neely
    56. 2009: Brian Leetch
    57. 2012: Adam Oates
    58. 2014: Pat Burns
    59. 2016: Rogie Vachon
    60. 2017: Dave Andreychuk
    61. 2017: Jeremy Jacobs
    62. 2017: Mark Recchi
    63. 2018: Willie O'Ree
    64. 2020: Jarome Iginla

    CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS /
    CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1945: Chuck Gardiner
    02. 1945: Howie Morenz
    03. 1952: Mickey MacKay
    04. 1958: Herb Gardiner
    05. 1958: George Hay
    06. 1958: Dck Irvin
    07. 1958: Duke Keats
    08. 1958: Hughie Lehman
    09. 1960: George Boucher
    10. 1961: Fred Waghorne
    11. 1962: James D. Norris
    12. 1962: Barney Stanley
    13. 1963: Tommy Gorman
    14. 1963: Frederic McLaughlin
    15. 1963: Earl Seibert
    16. 1964: Doug Bentley
    17. 1964: Jack Stewart
    18. 1965: Bill Mosienko
    19. 1966: Max Bentley
    20. 1966: Frank Brimsek
    21. 1966: Ted Lindsay
    22. 1969: Sid Abel
    23. 1970: Babe Dye
    24. 1970: Bill Gadsby
    25. 1971: Arthur Wirtz
    26. 1974: Billy Burch
    27. 1974: Art Coulter
    28. 1974: Tommy Ivan
    29. 1974: Carl Voss
    30. 1975: Glenn Hall
    31. 1975: Pierre Pilote
    32. 1976: Bill Wirtz
    33. 1979: Bobby Orr
    34. 1980: Harry Lumley
    35. 1981: Allan Stanley
    36. 1982: Emile Francis
    37. 1983: Bobby Hull
    38. 1983: Stan Mikita
    39. 1984: Phil Esposito
    40. 1985: John Mariucci
    41. 1985: Bert Olmstead
    42. 1985: Rudy Pilous
    43. 1988: Tony Esposito
    44. 1990: Bud Poile
    45. 1991: Scotty Bowman
    46. 1991: Clint Smith
    47. 1994: Lionel Conacher
    48. 1994: Harry Percival Watson
    49. 1996: Al Arbour
    50. 1998: Roy Conacher
    51. 1998: Michel Goulet
    52. 2000: Denis Savard
    53. 2002: Roger Neilson
    54. 2004: Paul Coffey
    55. 2005: Murray Costello
    56. 2011: Ed Belfour
    57. 2011: Doug Gilmour
    58. 2013: Chris Chelios
    59. 2014: Dominik Hasek
    60. 2015: Bill Hay
    61. 2015: Phil Housley
    62. 2020: Doug Wilson
    63. 2020: Marian Hossa

    CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1945: Chuck Gardiner
    02. 1945: Howie Morenz
    03. 1952: Mickey MacKay
    04. 1958: Herb Gardiner
    05. 1958: George Hay
    06. 1958: Dck Irvin
    07. 1958: Duke Keats
    08. 1958: Hughie Lehman
    09. 1960: George Boucher
    10. 1961: Fred Waghorne
    11. 1962: James D. Norris
    12. 1962: Barney Stanley
    13. 1963: Tommy Gorman
    14. 1963: Frederic McLaughlin
    15. 1963: Earl Seibert
    16. 1964: Doug Bentley
    17. 1964: Jack Stewart
    18. 1965: Bill Mosienko
    19. 1966: Max Bentley
    20. 1966: Frank Brimsek
    21. 1966: Ted Lindsay
    22. 1969: Sid Abel
    23. 1970: Babe Dye
    24. 1970: Bill Gadsby
    25. 1971: Arthur Wirtz
    26. 1974: Billy Burch
    27. 1974: Art Coulter
    28. 1974: Tommy Ivan
    29. 1974: Carl Voss
    30. 1975: Glenn Hall
    31. 1975: Pierre Pilote
    32. 1976: Bill Wirtz
    33. 1979: Bobby Orr
    34. 1980: Harry Lumley
    35. 1981: Allan Stanley
    36. 1982: Emile Francis
    37. 1983: Bobby Hull
    38. 1983: Stan Mikita
    39. 1984: Phil Esposito
    40. 1985: John Mariucci
    41. 1985: Bert Olmstead
    42. 1985: Rudy Pilous
    43. 1988: Tony Esposito
    44. 1990: Bud Poile
    45. 1991: Clint Smith
    46. 1994: Lionel Conacher
    47. 1994: Harry Percival Watson
    48. 1996: Al Arbour
    49. 1998: Roy Conacher
    50. 2000: Denis Savard
    51. 2002: Roger Neilson
    52. 2005: Murray Costello
    53. 2015: Bill Hay
    54. 2020: Doug Wilson

    CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1945: Chuck Gardiner
    02. 1945: Howie Morenz
    03. 1952: Mickey MacKay
    04. 1958: Herb Gardiner
    05. 1958: George Hay
    06. 1958: Dck Irvin
    07. 1958: Duke Keats
    08. 1958: Hughie Lehman
    09. 1960: George Boucher
    10. 1961: Fred Waghorne
    11. 1962: James D. Norris
    12. 1962: Barney Stanley
    13. 1963: Tommy Gorman
    14. 1963: Frederic McLaughlin
    15. 1963: Earl Seibert
    16. 1964: Doug Bentley
    17. 1964: Jack Stewart
    18. 1965: Bill Mosienko
    19. 1966: Max Bentley
    20. 1966: Frank Brimsek
    21. 1966: Ted Lindsay
    22. 1969: Sid Abel
    23. 1970: Babe Dye
    24. 1970: Bill Gadsby
    25. 1971: Arthur Wirtz
    26. 1974: Billy Burch
    27. 1974: Art Coulter
    28. 1974: Tommy Ivan
    29. 1974: Carl Voss
    30. 1975: Glenn Hall
    31. 1975: Pierre Pilote
    32. 1976: Bill Wirtz
    33. 1979: Bobby Orr
    34. 1980: Harry Lumley
    35. 1981: Allan Stanley
    36. 1982: Emile Francis
    37. 1983: Bobby Hull
    38. 1983: Stan Mikita
    39. 1984: Phil Esposito
    40. 1985: John Mariucci
    41. 1985: Bert Olmstead
    42. 1985: Rudy Pilous
    43. 1988: Tony Esposito
    44. 1990: Bud Poile
    45. 1991: Clint Smith
    46. 1994: Lionel Conacher
    47. 1994: Harry Percival Watson
    48. 1996: Al Arbour
    49. 1998: Roy Conacher
    50. 2005: Murray Costello
    51. 2015: Bill Hay

    OTTAWA SENATORS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1945: Eddie Gerard
    02. 1945: Tom Phillips
    03. 1945: Harvey Pulford
    04. 1945: Art Ross
    05. 1947: Frank Nighbor
    06. 1947: Cyclone Taylor
    07. 1958: Frank Boucher
    08. 1958: King Clancy
    09. 1958: Sprague Cleghorn
    10. 1958: Alex Connell
    11. 1959: Jack Adams
    12. 1959: Cy Denneny
    13. 1960: George Boucher
    14. 1961: Percy LeSueur
    15. 1961: Bruce Stuart
    16. 1962: Frank Ahearn
    17. 1962: Punch Broadbent
    18. 1962: Harry Cameron
    19. 1962: Rusty Crawford
    20. 1962: Jack Darragh
    21. 1962: Billy Gilmour
    22. 1962: Harry Hyland
    23. 1962: Alf Smith
    24. 1962: Marty Walsh
    25. 1963: Tommy Gorman
    26. 1965: Clint Benedict
    27. 1965: Syd Howe
    28. 1971: Cooney Weiland
    29. 1972: Hooley Smith
    30. 1974: Carl Voss
    31. 2002: Roger Neilson
    32. 2014: Dominik Hasek
    33. 2020: Marian Hossa

    ST. LOUIS BLUES
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1973: Doug Harvey
    02. 1974: Dickie Moore
    03. 1975: Glenn Hall
    04. 1978: Jacques Plante
    05. 1982: Emile Francis
    06. 1991: Scotty Bowman
    07. 1993: Guy Lapointe
    08. 1996: Al Arbour
    09. 1997: Glen Sather
    10. 1998: Peter Stastny
    11. 1999: Wayne Gretzky
    12. 2000: Joe Mullen
    13. 2001: Dale Hawerchuk
    14. 2001: Craig Patrick
    15. 2002: Roger Neilson
    16. 2002: Bernie Federko
    17. 2003: Grant Fuhr
    18. 2004: Cliff Fletcher
    19. 2007: Scott Stevens
    20. 2007: Al MacInnis
    21. 2008: Glenn Anderson
    22. 2009: Brett Hull
    23. 2010: Jim Devellano
    24. 2011: Doug Gilmour
    25. 2012: Adam Oates
    26. 2013: Brendan Shanahan
    27. 2015: Phil Housley
    28. 2015: Chris Pronger
    29. 2017: Paul Kariya
    30. 2018: Martin Brodeur
    31. 2019: Guy Carbonneau
    32. 2019: Vaclav Nedomansky

    LOS ANGELES KINGS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1969: Red Kelly
    02. 1971: Terry Sawchuk
    03. 1984: Jake Milford
    04. 1991: Harry Howell
    05. 1991: Bob Pulford
    06. 1992: Marcel Dionne
    07. 1993: Steve Shutt
    08. 1993: Billy Smith
    09. 1995: Larry Robinson
    10. 1999: Wayne Gretzky
    11. 2001: Jarri Kurri
    12. 2002: Roger Neilson
    13. 2003: Brian Kilrea
    14. 2003: Grant Fuhr
    15. 2004: Paul Coffey
    16. 2004: Larry Murphy
    17. 2006: Dck Duff
    18. 2009: Luc Robitaille
    19. 2014: Rob Blake
    20. 2016: Rogie Vachon
    21. 2016: Pat Quinn
    22. 2019: Jim Rutherford
    23. 2020: Jarome Iginla

    NEW YORK AMERICANS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1947: Eddie Shore
    02. 1950: Newsy Lalonde
    03. 1958: Alex Connell
    04. 1958: Red Dutton
    05. 1958: Ching Johnson
    06. 1961: Charlie Conacher
    07. 1961: Hap Day
    08. 1962: Punch Broadbent
    09. 1962: Shorty Green
    10. 1962: Sweeney Schriner
    11. 1962: Joe Simpson
    12. 1962: Nels Stewart
    13. 1965: Marty Barry
    14. 1967: Harry Oliver
    15. 1969: Roy Worters
    16. 1970: Babe Dye
    17. 1971: Busher Jackson
    18. 1972: Hooley Smith
    19. 1973: Chuck Rayner
    20. 1974: Billy Burch
    21. 1974: Carl Voss
    22. 1994: Lionel Conacher

    PITTSBURGH PENGUINS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1969: Red Kelly
    02. 1977: Tim Horton
    03. 1978: Andy Bathgate
    04. 1986: Leo Boivin
    05. 1991: Scotty Bowman
    06. 1992: Bob Johnson
    07. 1997: Glen Sather
    08. 1997: Bryan Trottier
    09. 1997: Mario Lemieux
    10. 2000: Joe Mullen
    11. 2001: Craig Patrick
    12. 2004: Paul Coffey
    13. 2004: Larry Murphy
    14. 2006: Herb Brooks
    15. 2007: Ron Francis
    16. 2009: Luc Robitaille
    17. 2017: Mark Recchi
    18. 2019: Sergei Zubov
    19. 2019: Jim Rutherford
    20. 2020: Marian Hossa
    21. 2020: Jarome Iginla

    PHILADELPHIA FLYERS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1981: Allan Stanley
    02. 1984: Bernie Parent
    03. 1987: Bobby Clarke
    04. 1988: Ed Snider
    05. 1989: Darryl Sittler
    06. 1990: Bill Barber
    07. 1990: Bud Poile
    08. 1992: Keith Allen
    09. 2001: Dale Hawerchuk
    10. 2002: Roger Neilson
    11. 2004: Paul Coffey
    12. 2011: Mark Howe
    13. 2012: Adam Oates
    14. 2013: Fred Shero
    15. 2014: Peter Forsberg
    16. 2015: Chris Pronger
    17. 2016: Pat Quinn
    18. 2016: Eric Lindros
    19. 2017: Mark Recchi

    NEW JERSEY DEVILS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1984: Jacques Lemaire
    02. 1995: Larry Robinson
    03. 1998: Peter Stastny
    04. 2001: Viacheslav Fetisov
    05. 2006: Herb Brooks
    06. 2007: Scott Stevens
    07. 2008: Igor Larionov
    08. 2009: Lou Lamoriello
    09. 2011: Joe Nieuwendyk
    10. 2011: Doug Gilmour
    11. 2013: Brendan Shanahan
    12. 2013: Scott Niedermayer
    13. 2014: Pat Burns
    14. 2015: Phil Housley
    15. 2017: Dave Andreychuk
    16. 2018: Martin Brodeur

    VANCOUVER CANUCKS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1976: Johnny Bower
    02. 1978: Andy Bathgate
    03. 1980: Gump Worsley
    04. 1981: Allan Stanley
    05. 1984: Jake Milford
    06. 1988: Tony Esposito
    07. 1990: Bud Poile
    08. 1993: Frank Griffiths
    09. 2002: Roger Neilson
    10. 2003: Brian Kilrea
    11. 2005: Cam Neely
    12. 2007: Mark Messier
    13. 2008: Igor Larionov
    14. 2012: Pavel Bure
    15. 2012: Mats Sundin
    16. 2016: Pat Quinn

    EDMONTON OILERS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1978: Jacques Plante
    02. 1982: Norm Ullman
    03. 1997: Glen Sather
    04. 1999: Wayne Gretzky
    05. 2001: Jari Kurri
    06. 2003: Grant Fuhr
    07. 2004: Paul Coffey
    08. 2007: Mark Messier
    09. 2008: Glenn Anderson
    10. 2012: Adam Oates
    11. 2015: Chris Pronger
    12. 2016: Pat Quinn
    13. 2017: Clare Drake
    14. 2020: Ken Holland
    15. 2020: Kevin Lowe

    CALGARY FLAMES
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1992: Bob Johnson
    02. 1992: Lanny McDonald
    03. 2000: Joe Mullen
    04. 2003: Grant Fuhr
    05. 2004: Cliff Fletcher
    06. 2006: Harley Hotchkiss
    07. 2007: Al MacInnis
    08. 2009: Brett Hull
    09. 2010: Daryl Seaman
    10. 2011: Joe Nieuwendyk
    11. 2011: Doug Gilmour
    12. 2015: Phil Housley
    13. 2016: Sergei Makarov
    14. 2018: Martin St. Louis
    15. 2020: Jarome Iginla

    BUFFALO SABRES
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1977: Tim Horton
    02. 1984: Punch Imlach
    03. 1990: Gilbert Perreault
    04. 1991: Scotty Bowman
    05. 1993: Seymour Knox
    06. 2001: Dale Hawerchuk
    07. 2002: Roger Neilson
    08. 2002: Clarke Gilles
    09. 2003: Pat Lafontaine
    10. 2003: Grant Fuhr
    11. 2006: Dck Duff
    12. 2011: Doug Gilmour
    13. 2014: Dominik Hasek
    14. 2015: Phil Housley
    15. 2017: Dave Andreychuk

    MONTREAL MAROONS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1958: King Clancy
    02. 1958: Alex Connell
    03. 1958: Red Dutton
    04. 1960: George Boucher
    05. 1962: Punch Broadbent
    06. 1962: Reg Noble
    07. 1962: Nels Stewart
    08. 1963: Tommy Gorman
    09. 1964: Babe Siebert
    10. 1965: Clint Benedict
    11. 1966: Toe Blake
    12. 1972: Hooley Smith
    13. 1974: Carl Voss
    14. 1994: Lionel Conacher

    COLORADO AVALANCHE
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1997: Bryan Trottier
    02. 1998: Michel Goulet
    03. 2001: Jari Kurri
    04. 2004: Ray Bourque
    05. 2006: Patrick Roy
    06. 2012: Joe Sakic
    07. 2014: Peter Forsberg
    08. 2014: Rob Blake
    09. 2017: Paul Kariya
    10: 2017: Dave Andreychuk
    11. 2017: Teemu Selanne
    12. 2020: Jarome Iginla

    HARTFORD WHALERS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1972: Gordie Howe
    02. 1982: Emile Francis
    03. 1983: Bobby Hull
    04. 1986: Dave Keon
    05. 2004: Paul Coffey
    06. 2007: Ron Francis
    07. 2011: Mark Howe
    08. 2013: Brendan Shanahan
    09. 2015: Chris Pronger
    10. 2015: Peter Karmanos Jr.
    11. 2019: Jim Rutherford
    12. 2020: Ken Holland

    MINNESOTA NORTH STARS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1980: Gump Worsley
    02. 1985: John Mariucci
    03. 1986: Leo Boivin
    04. 1992: Bob Gainey
    05. 1997: Glen Sather
    06. 2001: Mike Gartner
    07. 2004: Larry Murphy
    08. 2006: Herb Brooks
    09. 2010: Dino Ciccarelli
    10. 2014: Mike Modano
    11. 2000: Walter Bush

    DALLAS STARS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1992: Bob Gainey
    02. 2009: Brett Hull
    03. 2011: Ed Belfour
    04. 2011: Joe Nieuwendyk
    05. 2014: Mike Modano
    06. 2016: Eric Lindros
    07. 2016: Sergei Makarov
    08. 2017: Clare Drake
    09. 2019: Sergei Zubov
    10. 2019: Guy Carbonneau

    CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1991: Scotty Bowman
    02. 1998: Michel Goulet
    03. 2000: Denis Savard
    04. 2002: Roger Neilson
    05. 2004: Paul Coffey
    06. 2011: Ed Belfour
    07. 2011: Doug Gilmour
    08. 2013: Chris Chelios
    09. 2014: Dominik Hasek
    10. 2015: Phil Housley
    11. 2020: Doug Wilson
    12. 2020: Marian Hossa

    CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1991: Scotty Bowman
    02. 1998: Michel Goulet
    03. 2004: Paul Coffey
    04. 2011: Ed Belfour
    05. 2011: Doug Gilmour
    06. 2013: Chris Chelios
    07. 2014: Dominik Hasek
    08. 2015: Phil Housley
    09. 2020: Marian Hossa

    NEW YORK ISLANDERS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1991: Mike Bossy
    02. 1991: Denis Potvin
    03. 1993: Billy Smith
    04. 1995: Bill Torrey
    05. 1996: Al Arbour
    06. 1997: Bryan Trottier
    07. 2002: Clark Gillies
    08. 2003: Pat LaFontaine
    09. 2010: Jim Devellano

    WASHINGTON CAPITALS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2001: Craig Patrick
    02. 2001: Mike Gartner
    03. 2002: Rod Langway
    04. 2004: Larry Murphy
    05. 2007: Scott Stevens
    06. 2010: Dino Ciccarelli
    07. 2012: Adam Oates
    08. 2015: Phil Housley
    09. 2015: Sergei Fedorov

    DETROIT COUGARS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1958: Frank Foyston
    02. 1958: Frank Fredrickson
    03. 1958: George Hay
    04. 1958: Duke Keats
    05. 1960: Jack Walker
    06. 1962: Reg Noble
    07. 1963: Ebbie Goodfellow
    08. 1972: Hap Holmes
    09. 1989: Herbie Lewis

    TORONTO ST. PATS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1945: Eddie Gerard
    02. 1958: Sprague Cleghorn
    03. 1958: Conn Smythe
    04. 1959: Jack Adams
    05. 1961: Hap Day
    06. 1962: Harry Cameron
    07. 1962: Reg Noble
    08. 1970: Babe Dye
    09. 1978: J.P. Bickell

    QUEBEC NORDIQUES
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1978: Jacques Plante
    02. 1988: Guy Lafleur
    03. 1993: Guy Lapointe
    04. 1998: Michel Goulet
    05. 1998: Peter Stastny
    06. 2012: Joe Sakic
    07. 2012: Mats Sundin
    08. 2014: Peter Forsberg

    QUEBEC BULLDOGS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1945: Hod Stuart
    02. 1950: Joe Malone
    03. 1958: Paddy Moran
    04. 1961: Joe Hall
    05. 1961: Bruce Stuart
    06. 1962: Rusty Crawford
    07. 1973: Tommy Smith
    08. 1974: Thomas Dunderdale

    DETROIT FALCONS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1958: Alex Connell
    02. 1958: Frank Fredrickson
    03. 1958: George Hay
    04. 1958: James Norris Sr.
    05. 1962: Reg Noble
    06. 1963: Ebbie Goodfellow
    07. 1971: Arthur Wirtz
    08. 1989: Herbie Lewis

    CLEVELAND BARONS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1952: Bill Cook
    02. 1966: Babe Pratt
    03. 1968: Jim Hendy
    04. 1969: Bryan Hextall
    05. 1976: Johnny Bower
    06. 1978: Andy Bathgate
    07. 1979: Harry Howell
    08. 2000: Walter Bush

    HAMILTON TIGERS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1950: Joe Malone
    02. 1961: Syl Apps
    03. 1961: Hap Day
    04. 1962: Shorty Green
    05. 1966: Toe Blake
    06. 1970: Babe Dye
    07. 1974: Billy Burch

    FLORIDA PANTHERS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1995: Bill Torrey
    02. 2002: Roger Neilson
    03. 2008: Igor Larionov
    04. 2010: Dino Ciccarelli
    05. 2011: Joe Nieuwendyk
    06. 2011: Ed Belfour
    07. 2012: Pavel Bure

    TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2000: Denis Savard
    02. 2004: Cliff Fletcher
    03. 2010: Dino Ciccarelli
    04. 2017: Mark Recchi
    05. 2017: Dave Andreychuk
    06. 2018: Martin St. Louis

    WINNIPEG JETS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1983: Bobby Hull
    02. 1986: Serge Savard
    03. 2001: Dale Hawerchuk
    04. 2015: Phil Housley
    05. 2017: Teemu Selanne
    06. 2017: Clare Drake

    MIGHTY DUCKS OF ANAHEIM
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2001: Jari Kurri
    02. 2012: Adam Oates
    03. 2013: Scott Niedermayer
    04. 2015: Sergei Fedorov
    05. 2017: Teemu Selanne
    06. 2017: Paul Kariya

    SAN JOSE SHARKS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2008: Igor Larionov
    02. 2011: Ed Belfour
    03. 2014: Rob Blake
    04. 2016: Sergei Makarov
    05. 2017: Teemu Selanne
    06. 2020: Doug Wilson

    CAROLINA HURRICANES
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2004: Paul Coffey
    02. 2007: Ron Francis
    03. 2015: Peter Karmanos Jr.
    04. 2017: Mark Recchi
    05. 2019: Jim Rutherford

    TORONTO ST. PATS/MAPLE LEAFS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1958: Conn Smythe
    02. 1961: Hap Day
    03. 1974: Carl Voss
    04. 1975: Ace Bailey
    05. 1978: J.P. Bickell

    TORONTO ARENAS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1959: Jack Adams
    02. 1962: Harry Cameron
    03. 1962: Rusty Crawford
    04. 1962: Reg Noble
    05. 1972: Hap Holmes

    PITTSBURGH PIRATES
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1952: Mickey MacKay
    02. 1958: Frank Fredrickson
    03. 1969: Roy Worters
    04. 1994: Lionel Conacher

    CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS / BLACKHAWKS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2000: Denis Savard
    02. 2002: Roger Neilson
    03. 2020: Doug Wilson

    ATLANTA FLAMES
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1972: Bernie Geoffrion
    02. 2004: Cliff Fletcher
    03. 2016: Pat Quinn

    ATLANTA THRASHERS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2013: Chris Chelios
    02. 2017: Mark Recchi
    03. 2020: Marian Hossa

    ANAHEIM DUCKS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2013: Scott Niedermayer
    02. 2015: Chris Pronger
    03. 2017: Teemu Selanne

    PHOENIX COYOTES
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2001: Mike Gartner
    02. 2004: Cliff Fletcher
    03. 2009: Brett Hull

    ST. LOUIS EAGLES
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1965: Syd Howe
    02. 1968: Bill Cowley
    03. 1974: Carl Voss

    CALIFORNIA GOLDEN SEALS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1979: Harry Howell
    02. 1995: Bill Torrey
    03. 2001: Craig Patrick

    OAKLAND SEALS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1979: Harry Howell
    02. 1985: Bert Olmstead
    03. 1995: Bill Torrey

    CALIFORNIA SEALS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1985: Rudy Pilous
    02. 1985: Bert Olmstead

    BAY AREA SEALS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1979: Harry Howell
    02. 1995: Bill Torrey

    NASHVILLE PREDATORS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2014: Peter Forsberg
    02. 2017: Paul Kariya

    MONTREAL WANDERERS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1945: Art Ross
    02. 1962: Harry Hyland

    BROOKLYN AMERICANS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1973: Chuck Rayner
    02. 1994: Harry Watson

    KANSAS CITY SCOUTS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1969: Sid Abel
    02. 2001: Craig Patrick

    COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2015: Sergei Fedorov

    COLORADO ROCKIES
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1992: Lanny McDonald

    PHILADELPHIA QUAKERS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1965: Syd Howe

    MINNESOTA WILD
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES

    ARIZONA COYOTES
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES

    VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES

    SEATTLE KRAKEN
    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES

    NHL 500+ GOALS CLUB - 45 MEMBERS
    NHL 1000+ ASSISTS CLUB - 13 MEMBERS
    NHL 1000+ POINTS CLUB - 91 MEMBERS
    NHL 1000+ GAMES PLAYED CLUB - 348 MEMBERS
    NHL 1000+ PENALTY MINUTES CLUB - 383 MEMBERS
    NHL 2000+ PENALTY MINUTES CLUB - 55 MEMBERS


    NHL 500+ GOALS CLUB

    01. 894 – Wayne Gretzky
    02. 801 – Gordie Howe
    03. 766 – Jaromir Jagr
    04. 741 – Brett Hull
    05. 731 – Marcel Dionne
    06. 730 – Alexander Ovechkin
    07. 717 – Phil Esposito
    08. 708 – Mike Gartner
    09. 694 – Mark Messier
    10. 692 – Steve Yzerman
    11. 690 – Mario Lemieux
    12. 684 – Teemu Selanne
    13. 668 – Luc Robitaille
    14. 656 – Brendan Shanahan
    15. 640 – Dave Andreychuk
    16. 625 – Joe Sakic
    17. 625 – Jarome Iginla
    18. 610 – Bobby Hull
    19. 608 – Dino Ciccarelli
    20. 601 – Jari Kurri
    21. 577 – Mark Recchi
    22. 573 – Mike Bossy
    23. 566 – Patrick Marleau
    24. 564 – Mats Sundin
    25. 564 – Joe Nieuwendyk
    26. 561 – Mike Modano
    27. 560 – Guy Lafleur
    28. 556 – Johnny Bucyk
    29. 549 – Ron Francis
    30. 548 – Michel Goulet
    31. 544 – Maurice Richard
    32. 541 – Stan Mikita
    33. 538 – Keith Tkachuk
    34. 533 – Frank Mahovlich
    35. 525 – Marian Hossa
    36. 524 – Bryan Trottier
    37. 522 – Pat Verbeek
    38. 518 – Dale Hawerchuk
    39. 515 – Pierre Turgeon
    40. 513 – Jeremy Roenick
    41. 512 – Gilbert Perreault
    42. 507 – Jean Beliveau
    43. 503 – Peter Bondra
    44. 502 – Joe Mullen
    45. 500 – Lanny McDonald

    NHL 1000+ ASSISTS CLUB

    01. 1963 – Wayne Gretzky
    02. 1249 – Ron Francis
    03. 1193 – Mark Messier
    04. 1169 – Ray Bourque
    05. 1155 – Jaromir Jagr
    06. 1135 – Paul Coffey
    07. 1104 – Joe Thornton
    08. 1079 – Adam Oates
    09. 1063 – Steve Yzerman
    10. 1049 – Gordie Howe
    11. 1040 – Marcel Dionne
    12. 1033 – Mario Lemieux
    13. 1016 – Joe Sakic

    NHL 1000+ POINTS CLUB

    01. 2857 – Wayne Gretzky
    02. 1921 – Jaromir Jagr
    03. 1887 – Mark Messier
    04. 1850 – Gordie Howe
    05. 1798 – Ron Francis
    06. 1771 – Marcel Dionne
    07. 1755 – Steve Yzerman
    08. 1723 – Mario Lemieux
    09. 1641 – Joe Sakic
    10. 1590 – Phil Esposito
    11. 1579 – Ray Bourque
    12. 1533 – Mark Recchi
    13. 1531 – Paul Coffey
    14. 1529 – Joe Thornton
    15. 1467 – Stan Mikita
    16. 1457 – Teemu Selanne
    17. 1425 – Bryan Trottier
    18. 1420 – Adam Oates
    19. 1414 – Doug Gilmour
    20. 1409 – Dale Hawerchuk
    21. 1398 – Jari Kurri
    22. 1394 – Luke Robitaille
    23. 1391 – Brett Hull
    24. 1374 – Mike Modano
    25. 1369 – Johnny Bucyk
    26. 1354 – Brendan Shanahan
    27. 1353 – Guy Lafleur
    28. 1349 – Mats Sundin
    29. 1338 – Denis Savard
    30. 1338 – Dave Andreychuk
    31. 1335 – Mike Gartner
    32. 1327 – Pierre Turgeon
    33. 1326 – Gilbert Perreault
    34. 1325 – Sidney Crosby
    35. 1320 – Alexander Ovechkin
    36. 1300 – Jarome Iginla
    37. 1281 – Alex Delvecchio
    38. 1274 – Al MacInnis
    39. 1267 – Jean Ratelle
    40. 1239 – Peter Stastny
    41. 1232 – Phil Housley
    42. 1229 – Norm Ullman
    43. 1219 – Jean Beliveau
    44. 1217 – Larry Murphy
    45. 1216 – Jeremy Roenick
    46. 1210 – Bobby Clarke
    47. 1209 – Bernie Nicholls
    48. 1205 – Vincent Damphousse
    49. 1200 – Dino Ciccarelli
    50. 1197 – Patrick Marleau
    51. 1184 – Rod Brind’Amour
    52. 1179 – Sergei Fedorov
    53. 1170 – Bobby Hull
    54. 1157 – Daniel Alfredsson
    55. 1153 – Michel Goulet
    56. 1142 – Nicklas Lidstrom
    57. 1134 – Marian Hossa
    58. 1130 – Bernie Federko
    59. 1126 – Mike Bossy
    60. 1126 – Joe Nieuwendyk
    61. 1121 – Darryl Sittler
    62. 1104 – Evgeni Malkin
    63. 1103 – Frank Mahovlich
    64. 1099 – Glenn Anderson
    65. 1088 – Theoren Fleury
    66. 1088 – Patrick Kane
    67. 1070 – Henrik Sedin
    68. 1069 – Dave Taylor
    69. 1065 – Keith Tkachuk
    70. 1064 – Ray Whitney
    71. 1063 – Joe Mullen
    72. 1062 – Pat Verbeek
    73. 1052 – Denis Potvin
    74. 1046 – Henri Richard
    75. 1041 – Daniel Sedin
    76. 1036 – Bobby Smith
    77. 1034 – Eric Staal
    78. 1033 – Doug Weight
    79. 1033 – Martin St. Louis
    80. 1032 – Alexander Mogilny
    81. 1029 – Alexei Kovalev
    82. 1028 – Brian Leetch
    83. 1025 – Patrik Elias
    84. 1022 – Brian Bellows
    85. 1021 – Rod Gilbert
    86. 1020 – Dale Hunter
    87. 1013 – Pat LaFontaine
    88. 1012 – Steve Larmer
    89. 1006 – Lanny McDonald
    90. 1004 – Brian Propp
    91. 1000 – Anze Kopitar

    500+ NHL Goal Scorers: A Dying Breed

    Remember the days when the NHL had 10 or more 500+ goal scorers all playing in the league at the same time? What happened? Has the game really changed that much? Now there are only two 500+ goal scorers in the league: Alex Ovechkin and Patrick Marleau.

    1 500+ Goal Scorer during the 1957-1958 NHL season
    1 500+ Goal Scorer during the 1958-1959 NHL season
    1 500+ Goal Scorer during the 1959-1960 NHL season
    0 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1960-1961 NHL season
    1 500+ Goal Scorer during the 1961-1962 NHL season
    1 500+ Goal Scorer during the 1962-1963 NHL season
    1 500+ Goal Scorer during the 1963-1964 NHL season
    1 500+ Goal Scorer during the 1964-1965 NHL season
    1 500+ Goal Scorer during the 1965-1966 NHL season
    1 500+ Goal Scorer during the 1966-1967 NHL season
    1 500+ Goal Scorer during the 1967-1968 NHL season
    1 500+ Goal Scorer during the 1968-1969 NHL season
    2 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1969-1970 NHL season
    3 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1970-1971 NHL season
    1 500+ Goal Scorer during the 1971-1972 NHL season
    1 500+ Goal Scorer during the 1972-1973 NHL season
    1 500+ Goal Scorer during the 1973-1974 NHL season
    1 500+ Goal Scorer during the 1974-1975 NHL season
    2 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1975-1976 NHL season
    3 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1976-1977 NHL season
    3 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1977-1978 NHL season
    2 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1978-1979 NHL season
    4 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1979-1980 NHL season
    1 500+ Goal Scorer during the 1980-1981 NHL season
    0 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1981-1982 NHL season
    1 500+ Goal Scorer during the 1982-1983 NHL season
    2 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1983-1984 NHL season
    2 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1984-1985 NHL season
    3 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1985-1986 NHL season
    4 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1986-1987 NHL season
    2 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1987-1988 NHL season
    4 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1988-1989 NHL season
    3 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1989-1990 NHL season
    3 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1990-1991 NHL season
    4 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1991-1992 NHL season
    4 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1992-1993 NHL season
    6 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1993-1994 NHL season
    4 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1994-1995 NHL season
    8 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1995-1996 NHL season
    11 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1996-1997 NHL season
    8 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1997-1998 NHL season
    7 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1998-1999 NHL season
    6 500+ Goal Scorers during the 1999-2000 NHL season
    6 500+ Goal Scorers during the 2000-2001 NHL season
    9 500+ Goal Scorers during the 2001-2002 NHL season
    10 500+ Goal Scorers during the 2002-2003 NHL season
    11 500+ Goal Scorers during the 2003-2004 NHL season
    10 500+ Goal Scorers during the 2005-2006 NHL season
    10 500+ Goal Scorers during the 2006-2007 NHL season
    9 500+ Goal Scorers during the 2007-2008 NHL season
    9 500+ Goal Scorers during the 2008-2009 NHL season
    5 500+ Goal Scorers during the 2009-2010 NHL season
    4 500+ Goal Scorers during the 2010-2011 NHL season
    3 500+ Goal Scorers during the 2011-2012 NHL season
    3 500+ Goal Scorers during the 2012-2013 NHL season
    3 500+ Goal Scorers during the 2013-2014 NHL season
    2 500+ Goal Scorers during the 2014-2015 NHL season
    3 500+ Goal Scorers during the 2015-2016 NHL season
    5 500+ Goal Scorers during the 2016-2017 NHL season
    3 500+ Goal Scorers during the 2017-2018 NHL season
    2 500+ Goal Scorers during the 2018-2019 NHL season
    2 500+ Goal Scorers during the 2019-2020 NHL season
    2 500+ Goal Scorers during the 2020-2021 NHL season

    For 40 years, from 1917 to 1957, the NHL did not have a 500+ goal scorer, until Maurice Richard became the first.

    The 1960-1961 NHL season had no 500+ goal scorers.

    For 3 seasons (1957-1960), Maurice Richard was the only 500+ goal scorer in the NHL.

    For 8 seasons (1961-1969), Gordie Howe was the only 500+ goal scorer in the NHL.

    For 1 season (1971-1972), Bobby Hull was the only 500+ goal scorer in the NHL.

    For 2 seasons (1972-1974), Frank Mahovlich was the only 500+ goal scorer in the NHL.

    For 2 seasons (1974-1975), (1980-1981), Phil Esposito was the only 500+ goal scorer in the NHL.

    The 1981-1982 NHL season had no 500+ goal scorers.

    For 1 season (1982-1983), Marcel Dionne was the only 500+ goal scorer in the NHL.


    In the 1969-1970 NHL season, there were two 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1969-1970 NHL season.


    01. Gordie Howe (763)
    02. Bobby Hull (510)

    In the 1970-1971 NHL season, there were three 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1970-1971 NHL season.


    01. Gordie Howe (786)
    02. Bobby Hull (554)
    03. Jean Beliveau (507)

    In the 1975-1976 NHL season, there were two 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1975-1976 NHL season.


    01. Phil Esposito (562)
    02. John Bucyk (531)

    In the 1976-1977 NHL season, there were 3 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1976-1977 NHL season.


    01. Phil Esposito (596)
    02. John Bucyk (551)
    03. Stan Mikita (502)

    In the 1977-1978 NHL season, there were 3 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1977-1978 NHL season.


    01. Phil Esposito (634)
    02. John Bucyk (556)
    03. Stan Mikita (520)

    In the 1978-1979 NHL season, there were 2 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1978-1979 NHL season.


    01. Phil Esposito (676)
    02. Stan Mikita (539)

    In the 1979-1980 NHL season, there were 4 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1979-1980 NHL season.


    01. Gordie Howe (801)
    02. Phil Esposito (710)
    03. Bobby Hull (610)
    04. Stan Mikita (541)

    In the 1983-1984 NHL season, there were 2 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1983-1984 NHL season


    01. Marcel Dionne (583)
    02. Guy Lafleur (516)

    In the 1984-1985 NHL season, there were 2 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1984-1985 NHL season.


    01. Marcel Dionne (629)
    02. Guy Lafleur (518)

    In the 1985-1986 NHL season, there were 3 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1985-1986 NHL season.


    01. Marcel Dionne (665)
    02. Mike Bossy (535)
    03. Gilbert Perreault (503)

    1986-1987 was the last NHL season for Mike Bossy and Gilbert Perreault, and there were 4 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1986-1987 NHL season.


    01. Marcel Dionne (693)
    02. Mike Bossy (573)
    03. Wayne Gretzky (543)
    04. Gilbert Perreault (512)

    In the 1987-1988 NHL season, there were 2 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1987-1988 NHL season.


    01. Marcel Dionne (724)
    02. Wayne Gretzky (583)

    1988-1989 was the last NHL season for Marcel Dionne and Lanny McDonald, and there were 4 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1988-1989 NHL season.


    01. Marcel Dionne (731)
    02. Wayne Gretzky (637)
    03. Guy Lafleur (536)
    04. Lanny McDonald (500)

    In the 1989-1990 NHL season, there were 3 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1989-1990 NHL season.


    01. Wayne Gretzky (677)
    02. Guy Lafleur (548)
    03. Bryan Trottier (500)

    1990-1991 was the last NHL season for Guy Lafleur, and there were 3 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1990-1991 NHL season.


    01. Wayne Gretzky (718)
    02. Guy Lafleur (560)
    03. Bryan Trottier (509)

    In the 1991-1992 NHL season, there were 4 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1991-1992 NHL season.


    01. Wayne Gretzky (749)
    02. Mike Gartner (538)
    03. Bryan Trottier (520)
    04. Michel Goulet (509)

    In the 1992-1993 NHL season, there were 4 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1992-1993 NHL season.


    01. Wayne Gretzky (765)
    02. Mike Gartner (583)
    03. Michel Goulet (532)
    04. Jari Kurri (514)

    1993-1994 was the last NHL season for Michel Goulet and Bryan Trottier, and there were 6 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1993-1994 NHL season.


    01. Wayne Gretzky (803)
    02. Mike Gartner (617)
    03. Michel Goulet (548)
    04. Jari Kurri (545)
    05. Bryan Trottier (524)
    06. Dino Ciccarelli (513)

    In the 1994-1995 NHL season, there were 4 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1994-1995 NHL season.


    01. Wayne Gretzky (814)
    02. Mike Gartner (629)
    03. Jari Kurri (565)
    04. Dino Ciccarelli (529)

    In the 1995-1996 NHL season, there were 8 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1995-1996 NHL season.


    01. Wayne Gretzky (837)
    02. Mike Gartner (664)
    03. Jari Kurri (583)
    04. Mario Lemieux (563)
    05. Dino Ciccarelli (551)
    06. Mark Messier (539)
    07. Steve Yzerman (517)
    08. Dale Hawerchuk (506)

    1996-1997 was the last NHL season for Dale Hawerchuk and Joe Mullen, and there were eleven 500+ goal scorers in the NHL.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1996-1997 NHL season.


    01. Wayne Gretzky (862)
    02. Mike Gartner (696)
    03. Mario Lemieux (613)
    04. Jari Kurri (596)
    05. Dino Ciccarelli (586)
    06. Mark Messier (575)
    07. Steve Yzerman (539)
    08. Brett Hull (527)
    09. Dale Hawerchuk (518)
    10. Dave Andreychuk (503)
    11. Joe Mullen (502)

    1997-1998 was the last NHL season for Mike Gartner and Jari Kurri, and there were eight 500+ goal scorers in the NHL.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1997-1998 NHL season.


    01. Wayne Gretzky (885)
    02. Mike Gartner (708)
    03. Jari Kurri (601)
    04. Dino Ciccarelli (586)
    05. Mark Messier (575)
    06. Steve Yzerman (539)
    07. Brett Hull (527)
    08. Dave Andreychuk (517)

    In Wayne Gretzky’s last season in the NHL (1998-1999) there were seven 500+ goal scorers. 1998-1999 was also the last NHL season for Dino Ciccarelli.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1998-1999 NHL season.

    *Note: Mario Lemieux was not playing in the NHL during the 1998-1999 season, but he had accumulated 613 goals by the time of his first retirement after the 1996-1997 NHL season.


    01. Wayne Gretzky (894)
    02. Mark Messier (610)
    03. Dino Ciccarelli (608)
    04. Steve Yzerman (592)
    05. Brett Hull (586)
    06. Dave Andreychuk (532)
    07. Luc Robitaille (517)

    In the 1999-2000 NHL season, there were six 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 1999-2000 NHL season.


    01. Mark Messier (627)
    02. Steve Yzerman (627)
    03. Brett Hull (610)
    04. Luc Robitaille (553)
    05. Dave Andreychuk (552)
    06. Pat Verbeek (500)

    In the 2000-2001 NHL season, there were six 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 2000-2001 NHL season.


    01. Mark Messier (651)
    02. Brett Hull (649)
    03. Steve Yzerman (645)
    04. Luc Robitaille (590)
    05. Dave Andreychuk (552)
    06. Pat Verbeek (515)

    2001-2002 was the last NHL season for Pat Verbeek, and there were nine 500+ goal scorers in the NHL.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 2001-2002 NHL season.


    01. Brett Hull (679)
    02. Mark Messier (658)
    03. Steve Yzerman (658)
    04. Mario Lemieux (654)
    05. Luc Robitaille (620)
    06. Dave Andreychuk (593)
    07. Pat Verbeek (522)
    08. Ron Francis (514)
    09. Brendan Shanahan (503)

    In the 2002-2003 NHL season, there were ten 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 2002-2003 NHL season.


    01. Brett Hull (716)
    02. Mark Messier (676)
    03. Steve Yzerman (660)
    04. Luc Robitaille (631)
    05. Dave Andreychuk (613)
    06. Ron Francis (536)
    07. Brendan Shanahan (533)
    08. Joe Nieuwendyk (511)
    09. Joe Sakic (509)
    10. Jaromir Jagr (506)

    2003-2004 was the last NHL season for Mark Messier and Ron Francis, and there were eleven 500+ goal scorers in the NHL.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 2003-2004 NHL season.


    01. Brett Hull (741)
    02. Mark Messier (694)
    03. Mario Lemieux (683)
    04. Steve Yzerman (678)
    05. Luc Robitaille (653)
    06. Dave Andreychuk (634)
    07. Brendan Shanahan (558)
    08. Ron Francis (549)
    09. Joe Sakic (542)
    10. Jaromir Jagr (537)
    11. Joe Nieuwendyk (533)

    2005-2006 was the last NHL season for Brett Hull, Mario Lemieux, Steve Yzerman, Luc Robitaille, and Dave Andreychuk, and there were ten 500+ goal scorers in the NHL.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 2005-2006 NHL season.


    01. Brett Hull (741)
    02. Steve Yzerman (692)
    03. Mario Lemieux (690)
    04. Luc Robitaille (668)
    05. Dave Andreychuk (640)
    06. Brendan Shanahan (598)
    07. Jaromir Jagr (591)
    08. Joe Sakic (574)
    09. Joe Nieuwendyk (559)
    10. Pierre Turgeon (511)

    2006-2007 was the last NHL season for Joe Nieuwendyk, Pierre Turgeon, and Peter Bondra, and there were ten 500+ goal scorers in the NHL.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 2006-2007 NHL season.


    01. Brendan Shanahan (627)
    02. Jaromir Jagr (621)
    03. Joe Sakic (610)
    04. Joe Nieuwendyk (564)
    05. Teemu Selanne (540)
    06. Mats Sundin (523)
    07. Pierre Turgeon (515)
    08. Mark Recchi (508)
    09. Mike Modano (507)
    10. Peter Bondra (503)

    In the 2007-2008 NHL season, there were nine 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 2007-2008 NHL season.


    01. Brendan Shanahan (650)
    02. Jaromir Jagr (646)
    03. Joe Sakic (623)
    04. Mats Sundin (555)
    05. Teemu Selanne (552)
    06. Mike Modano (528)
    07. Mark Recchi (522)
    08. Jeremy Roenick (509)
    09. Keith Tkachuk (500)

    2008-2009 was the last NHL season for Brendan Shanahan, Joe Sakic, Mats Sundin, and Jeremy Roenick, and there were nine 500+ goal scorers in the NHL.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 2008-2009 NHL season.


    01. Brendan Shanahan (656)
    02. Jaromir Jagr (646)
    03. Joe Sakic (625)
    04. Teemu Selanne (579)
    05. Mats Sundin (564)
    06. Mark Recchi (545)
    07. Mike Modano (528)
    08. Keith Tkachuk (525)
    09. Jeremy Roenick (513)

    2009-2010 was the last NHL season for Keith Tkachuk, and there were five 500+ goal scorers in the NHL.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 2009-2010 NHL season.


    01. Jaromir Jagr (646)
    02. Teemu Selanne (606)
    03. Mark Recchi (577)
    04. Mike Modano (557)
    05. Keith Tkachuk (538)

    2010-2011 was the last NHL season for Mark Recchi and Mike Modano, and there were four 500+ goal scorers in the NHL.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 2010-2011 NHL season.


    01. Jaromir Jagr (646)
    02. Teemu Selanne (637)
    03. Mark Recchi (563)
    04. Mike Modano (561)

    In the 2011-2012 NHL season, there were three 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goals represent goals scored up to the end of the 2011-2012 NHL season.


    01. Jaromir Jagr (665)
    02. Teemu Selanne (663)
    03. Jarome Iginla (516)

    In the 2012-2013 NHL season, there were three 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goals represent goals scored up to the end of the 2012-2013 NHL season.


    01. Jaromir Jagr (681)
    02. Teemu Selanne (675)
    03. Jarome Iginla (525)

    2013-2014 was the last NHL season for Teemu Selanne, and there were three 500+ goal scorers in the NHL.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 2013-2014 NHL season.


    01. Jaromir Jagr (689)
    02. Teemu Selanne (684)
    03. Jarome Iginla (560)

    In the 2014-2015 NHL season, there were two 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goals represent goals scored up to the end of the 2014-2015 NHL season.


    01. Jaromir Jagr (722)
    02. Jarome Iginla (589)

    In the 2015-2016 NHL season, there were three 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goals represent goals scored up to the end of the 2015-2016 NHL season.


    01. Jaromir Jagr (750)
    02. Jarome Iginla (611)
    03. Alex Ovechkin (525)

    2016-2017 was the last NHL season for Jarome Iginla and Marian Hossa, and there were five 500+ goal scorers in the NHL.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 2016-2017 NHL season.


    01. Jaromir Jagr (765)
    02. Jarome Iginla (625)
    03. Alex Ovechkin (558)
    04. Marian Hossa (525)
    05. Patrick Marleau (508)

    2017-2018 was the last NHL season for Jaromir Jagr, and there were three 500+ goal scorers in the NHL.

    *Note: Goal totals represent goals scored up to the end of the 2017-2018 NHL season.


    01. Jaromir Jagr (766)
    02. Alex Ovechkin (607)
    03. Patrick Marleau (535)

    In the 2018-2019 NHL season, there were two 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goals represent goals scored up to the end of the 2018-2019 NHL season.


    01. Alex Ovechkin (658)
    02. Patrick Marleau (551)

    In the 2019-2020 NHL season, there were two 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goals represent goals scored up to the end of the 2019-2020 NHL season.


    01. Alex Ovechkin (706)
    02. Patrick Marleau (562)

    In the 2020-2021 NHL season, there were two 500+ goal scorers.

    *Note: Goals represent goals scored up to the end of the 2020-2021 NHL season.


    01. Alex Ovechkin (730)
    02. Patrick Marleau (566)

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    THE 2020 HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES

    https://www.hhof.com/htmlinduct/ind20prolog.shtml

    https://www.hhof.com/htmlinduct/ind20menu.shtml

    Ken Holland * Kevin Lowe * Doug Wilson * Jarome Iginla * Marian Hossa * Kim St-Pierre



    Iginla, Wilson, Lowe among HHOF's class of 2020

    https://www.tsn.ca/jarome-iginla-dou...2020-1.1489175



    Iginla, Hossa, Lowe lead Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2020
    Joined by Wilson, St-Pierre, Holland


    https://www.nhl.com/news/hockey-hall...es/c-317250702

    Iginla inspired by Fuhr, will join him in Hockey Hall of Fame
    New electee hopes to be role model for young Black players like goalie was
    https://www.nhl.com/news/jarome-igin...hr/c-317256452

    Meet the HHOF Class of 2020
    https://www.nhl.com/video/meet-the-h...0912/c-5386049

    Jarome Iginla, Marian Hossa, Kevin Lowe among Hockey Hall of Fame inductees
    https://www.espn.com/olympics/hockey...hall-inductees

    Jarome Iginla, Marian Hossa Among Hockey Hall of Fame Inductees
    https://www.si.com/nhl/2020/06/24/ho...2020-inductees

    WELCOME TO THE CONFOUNDING COVID HALL OF FAME CLASS OF 2020
    Chairman Lanny McDonald said, "sometimes it's about timing," when it comes to being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, but in reality it's all about the whims of 18 people who have no transparency or accountability
    https://thehockeynews.com/news/artic...-class-of-2020

    Hossa says he 'had a few years left' in NHL
    Forward elected to Hall of Fame stopped playing in 2017 because of skin condition
    https://www.nhl.com/news/hall-of-fam...hl/c-317261516

    Wilson, Lowe agree long wait for Hall of Fame election worth it
    Humble former defensemen describe call from McDonald as 'pleasant shock' and 'surreal'
    https://www.nhl.com/news/hockey-hall...we/c-317260936

    Hall of Fame Class of 2020
    https://www.nhl.com/video/hall-of-fa...0912/c-5386123

    2020 Hockey Hall of Fame Class Headlined by Jarome iginla
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oV9NrN4qdSU

    Brian Burke Explains What Goes Into Voting Someone Into The Hockey Hall of Fame | Tim and Sid
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ObErNegLlZc

    Jarome Iginla, Kevin Lowe headline 2020 Hockey Hall of Fame inductees | Our Line Starts | NBC Sports
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azXfwt1lwpw

    Jarome Iginla, Kevin Lowe headline 2020 Hockey Hall of Fame inductees | Our Line Starts | NBC Sports
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azXfwt1lwpw

    Alexander Mogilny, stars who should already be in Hockey Hall of Fame | Our Line Starts | NBC Sports
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25wMXw6z5rE


    MY TOP 70 ELIGIBLE CANDIDATES
    FOR THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME


    01. Jaromir Jagr
    02. Keith Tkachuk
    03. Pat Verbeek
    04. Pierre Turgeon
    05. Jeremy Roenick
    06. Peter Bondra
    07. Curtis Joseph
    08. Tom Barrasso
    09. Mike Vernon
    10. Mike Richter

    11. Theoren Fleury
    12. Daniel Alfredsson
    13. Rod Brind’Amour
    14. Vincent Damphousse
    15. Alexander Mogilny
    16. Dale Hunter
    17. Ken Daneyko
    18. Claude Lemieux
    19. Randy Carlyle
    20. Chris Osgood

    21. Mike Liut
    22. Andy Moog
    23. Esa Tikkanen
    24. Charlie Huddy
    25. Craig MacTavish
    26. Kent Nilsson
    27. Brent Sutter
    28. Bob Nystrom
    29. John Tonelli
    30. Butch Goring

    31. Lorne Chabot
    32. Dave Kerr
    33. John Ross Roach
    34. Claude Provost
    35. Jean-Guy Talbot
    36. Larry Hillman
    37. Ralph Backstrom
    38. J.C. Tremblay
    39. Doug Jarvis
    40. Garry Unger

    41. Paul Henderson
    42. Bobby Carpenter
    43. John Vanbiesbrouck
    44. Ron Hextall
    45. Olaf Kolzig
    46. Stephane Richer
    47. Brian Bellows
    48. Brian Propp
    49. Trevor Linden
    50. Ray Ferraro

    51. Neal Broten
    52. Steve Larmer
    53. John LeClair
    54. Tony Amonte
    55. Rick Tocchet
    56. Dirk Graham
    57. Steve Thomas
    58. Doug Weight
    59. Gary Roberts
    60. Dave Taylor

    61. Bernie Nicholls
    62. Bobby Smith
    63. Gary Suter
    64. Adam Graves
    65. Mats Naslund
    66. Steve Duchesne
    67. John Maclean
    68. Jason Arnott
    69. Patrik Elias
    70. Vincent Lecavalier
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    INDUCTED POSTHUMOUSLY INTO THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

    01. 1945: Hobey Baker
    02. 1945: Chuck Gardiner
    03. 1945: Eddie Gerard
    04. 1945: Frank McGee
    05. 1945: Howie Morenz
    06. 1945: Tom Phillips
    07. 1945: Harvey Pulford
    08. 1945: Lord Stanley
    09. 1945: Hod Stuart
    10. 1945: Georges Vezina
    11. 1947: Frank Calder
    12. 1947: Francis Nelson
    13. 1947: John Ross Robertson

    14. 1950: Scotty Davidson
    15. 1950: Graham Drinkwater
    16. 1950: Si Griffis
    17. 1950: George Richardson
    18. 1950: Harry Trihey
    19. 1952: Mickey MacKay
    20. 1958: Sprague Cleghorn
    21. 1958: Alex Connell
    22. 1958: **** Irvin
    23. 1958: George McNamara
    24. 1958: James Norris

    25. 1960: Charles Adams
    26. 1960: George Boucher
    27. 1960: John Kilpatrick
    28. 1960: Jack Walker
    29. 1961: George Brown
    30. 1961: Chaucer Elliott
    31. 1961: George Hainsworth
    32. 1961: Joe Hall
    33. 1961: Paul Loicq
    34. 1961: Frank Rankin
    35. 1961: Oliver Seibert
    36. 1961: Bruce Stuart
    37. 1961: Fred Waghorne
    38. 1962: Frank Ahearn
    39. 1962: Harry Cameron
    40. 1962: Jack Darragh
    41. 1962: Jimmy Gardner
    42. 1962: Billy Gilmour
    43. 1962: Shorty Green
    44. 1962: Riley Hern
    45. 1962: Tom Hooper
    46. 1962: Bouse Hutton
    47. 1962: Jack Laviolette
    48. 1962: Reg Noble
    49. 1962: Didier Pitre
    50. 1962: Alf Smith
    51. 1962: Nels Stewart
    52. 1962: Marty Walsh
    53. 1962: Harry Watson
    54. 1962: Harry Westwick
    55. 1962: Fred Whitcroft
    56. 1963: Tommy Gorman
    57. 1963: Frederic McLaughlin
    58. 1964: Babe Siebert
    59. 1965: Arthur Farrell
    60. 1965: Jack Marshall
    61. 1965: Blair Russel
    62. 1965: Ernie Russell
    63. 1965: Fred Scanlan
    64. 1968: Jim Hendy
    65. 1969: Roy Worters

    66. 1970: Babe Dye
    67. 1971: Busher Jackson
    68. 1971: Gordon Roberts
    69. 1971: Terry Sawchuk
    70. 1972: Hap Holmes
    71. 1972: Hooley Smith
    72. 1973: Tommy Smith
    73. 1974: Billy Burch
    74. 1974: Tommy Dunderdale
    75. 1974: Charles Hay
    76. 1976: Jack Gibson
    77. 1976: Phillip Ross
    78. 1977: Joseph Cattarinich
    79. 1977: Tim Horton
    80. 1978: John Bickell

    81. 1980: Lynn Patrick
    82. 1988: George Hayes
    83. 1988: Buddy O’Connor
    84. 1989: David Bauer

    85. 1992: Bob Johnson
    86. 1994: Lionel Conacher
    87. 1995: Bun Cook
    88. 1996: Bobby Bauer
    89. 1998: Roy Conacher
    90. 1998: Monsignor Athol Murray

    91. 2005: Valeri Kharlamov
    92. 2006: Herb Brooks
    93. 2008: Ed Chynoweth
    94. 2010: Daryl Seaman
    95. 2013: Fred Shero
    96. 2014: Pat Burns
    97. 2016: Pat Quinn

    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES IN THE BUILDER CATEGORY

    01. 1945: Lord Stanley
    02. 1945: Sir Montagu Allan
    03. 1945: Captain James T. Sutherland
    04. 1947: Frank Calder
    05. 1947: William Hewitt
    06. 1947: Francis Nelson
    07. 1947: William Northey
    08. 1947: John Ross Robertson
    09. 1947: Claude Robinson

    10. 1958: George Dudley
    11. 1958: James Norris
    12. 1958: Frank Patrick
    13. 1958: Allan Pickard
    14. 1958: Donat Raymond
    15. 1958: Conn Smythe
    16. 1958: Lloyd Turner

    17. 1960: Charles F. Adams
    18. 1960: John Kilpatrick
    19: 1960: Frank Selke
    20. 1961: George Brown
    21. 1961: Paul Loicq
    22. 1961: Fred Waghorne
    23. 1962: Frank Ahearn
    24. 1962: Walter Brown
    25. 1962: Fred Hume
    26. 1962: James Norris
    27. 1962: J. Ambrose O’Brien
    28. 1962: Frank Smith
    29. 1963: Leo Dandurand
    30. 1963: Tommy Gorman
    31. 1963: Frederic McLaughlin
    32. 1964: Angus Campbell
    33. 1964: Frank Dilio
    34. 1965: Foster Hewitt
    35. 1965: Thomas Lockhart
    36. 1966: Clarence Campbell
    37. 1968: James Dunn
    38. 1968: Jim Hendy
    39. 1969: Al Leader
    40. 1969: Bruce Norris

    41. 1970: Robert Lebel
    42. 1971: Arthur Wirtz
    43. 1972: Weston Adams
    44. 1973: Hartland Molson
    45. 1974: Charles Hay
    46. 1974: Tommy Ivan
    47. 1974: Anatoli Tarasov
    48. 1974: Carl Voss
    49. 1975: Frank Buckland
    50. 1975: William Jennings
    51. 1976: Jack Gibson
    52. 1976: Phillip Ross
    53. 1976: Bill Wirtz
    54. 1977: Bunny Ahearne
    55. 1977: Harold Ballard
    56. 1977: Joseph Cattarinich
    57. 1978: J.P. Bickell
    58. 1978: Sam Pollock
    59. 1978: William Tutt
    60. 1979: Gordon Juckes

    61. 1980: Jack Butterfield
    62. 1982: Emile Francis
    63. 1983: Harry Sinden
    64. 1984: Punch Imlach
    65. 1984: Jake Milford
    66. 1985: John Mariucci
    67. 1985: Rudy Pilous
    68. 1986: Bill Hanley
    69. 1987: John Ziegler
    70. 1988: Ed Snider
    71. 1989: David Bauer

    72. 1990: Bud Poile
    73. 1991: Scotty Bowman
    74. 1992: Keith Allen
    75. 1992: Bob Johnson
    76. 1992: Frank Mathers
    77. 1993: Frank Griffiths
    78. 1993: Seymour Knox
    79. 1993: Frederick Page
    80. 1994: Brian Francis O’Neill
    81. 1995: Gunther Sabetzki
    82. 1995: Bill Torrey
    83. 1996: Al Arbour
    84. 1997: Glen Sather
    85. 1998: Monsignor Athol Murray
    86. 1999: Ian Morrison

    87. 2000: Walter Bush
    88. 2001: Craig Patrick
    89. 2002: Roger Neilson
    90. 2003: Mike Ilitch
    91. 2003: Brian Kilrea
    92. 2004: Cliff Fletcher
    93. 2005: Murray Costello
    94. 2006: Herb Brooks
    95. 2006: Harley Hotchkiss
    96. 2007: Jim Gregory
    97. 2008: Ed Chynoweth
    98. 2009: Lou Lamoriello
    99. 2010: Jim Devellano
    100. 2010: Daryl Seaman
    101. 2013: Fred Shero
    102. 2014: Pat Burns
    103. 2015: Bill Hay
    104. 2015: Peter Karmanos Jr.
    105. 2016: Pat Quinn
    106. 2017: Jeremy Jacobs
    107. 2017: Clare Drake
    108. 2018: Gary Bettman
    109. 2018: Willie O’Ree
    110. 2019: Jim Rutherford
    111. 2019: Jerry York
    112. 2020: Ken Holland

    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES IN THE BUILDER CATEGORY
    NOT ASSOCIATED WITH ANY NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE TEAMS


    01. 1945: Lord Stanley
    02. 1945: Captain James T. Sutherland
    03. 1945: Sir Montagu Allan
    04. 1947: Frank Calder
    05. 1947: William Hewitt
    06. 1947: Francis Nelson
    07. 1947: William Northey
    08. 1947: John Ross Robertson
    09. 1947: Claude Robinson
    10. 1958: George Dudley
    11. 1958: Allan Pickard
    12. 1958: Lloyd Turner
    13. 1961: Paul Loicq
    14. 1961: Fred Waghorne
    15. 1962: Fred Hume
    16. 1962: J. Ambrose O’Brien
    17. 1962: Frank Smith
    18. 1964: Angus Campbell
    19. 1964: Frank Dilio
    20. 1965: Foster Hewitt
    21. 1966: Clarence Campbell
    22. 1968: James Dunn
    23. 1969: Al Leader
    24. 1970: Robert Lebel
    25. 1974: Charles Hay
    26. 1974: Anatoli Tarasov
    27. 1975: Frank Buckland
    28. 1976: Jack Gibson
    29. 1976: Phillip Ross
    30. 1977: Bunny Ahearne
    31. 1978: William Tutt
    32. 1979: Gordon Juckes
    33. 1980: Jack Butterfield
    34. 1986: Bill Hanley
    35. 1987: John Ziegler
    36. 1989: David Bauer
    37. 1993: Frederick Page
    38. 1994: Brian Francis O’Neill
    39. 1995: Gunther Sabetzki
    40. 1998: Monsignor Athol Murray
    41. 1999: Ian Morrison
    42. 2007: Jim Gregory
    43. 2008: Ed Chynoweth
    44. 2018: Gary Bettman
    45. 2019: Jerry York

    NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE HEAD COACHES
    INDUCTED INTO THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    IN THE BUILDER CATEGORY


    01. 1958: Frank Patrick
    02. 1963: Leo Dandurand
    03. 1963: Tommy Gorman
    04. 1974: Tommy Ivan
    05. 1982: Emile Francis
    06. 1983: Harry Sinden
    07. 1984: Punch Imlach
    08. 1985: Rudy Pilous
    09. 1991: Scotty Bowman
    10. 1992: Keith Allen
    11. 1992: Bob Johnson
    12. 1996: Al Arbour
    13. 1997: Glen Sather
    14. 2001: Craig Patrick
    15. 2002: Roger Neilson
    16. 2006: Herb Brooks
    17. 2009: Lou Lamoriello
    18. 2013: Fred Shero
    19. 2014: Pat Burns
    20. 2016: Pat Quinn

    FORMER NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE PLAYERS
    INDUCTED INTO THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    IN THE BUILDER CATEGORY


    01. 1974: Carl Voss
    02. 1982: Emile Francis
    03. 1985: John Mariucci
    04. 1990: Bud Poile
    05. 1992: Keith Allen
    06. 1992: Frank Mathers
    07. 1996: Al Arbour
    08. 1997: Glen Sather
    09. 2001: Craig Patrick
    10. 2003: Brian Kilrea
    11. 2005: Murray Costello
    12. 2013: Fred Shero
    13. 2015: Bill Hay
    14. 2016: Pat Quinn
    15. 2018: Willie O’Ree
    16. 2019: Jim Rutherford
    17. 2020: Ken Holland

    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES
    IN THE PLAYER CATEGORY WHO NEVER PLAYED
    IN THE NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE


    01. 1945: Dan Bain
    02. 1945: Hobey Baker
    03. 1945: Frank McGee
    04. 1945: Harvey Pulford
    05. 1945: Hod Stuart
    06. 1947: Dubbie Bowie
    07. 1947: Cyclone Taylor

    08. 1950: Scotty Davidson
    09. 1950: Graham Drinkwater
    10. 1950: Mike Grant
    11. 1950: Si Griffis
    12. 1950: George Richardson
    13. 1950: Harry Trihey
    14. 1952: Dickie Boon
    15. 1952: Moose Goheen
    16. 1952: Ernie Johnson
    17. 1958: George McNamara
    18. 1958: Paddy Moran

    19. 1961: Percy LeSueur
    20. 1961: Frank Rankin
    21. 1961: Oliver Seibert
    22. 1961: Bruce Stuart
    23. 1962: Jimmy Gardner
    24. 1962: Billy Gilmour
    25. 1962: Riley Hern
    26. 1962: Tom Hooper
    27. 1962: Bouse Hutton
    28. 1962: Fred Maxwell
    29. 1962: Billy McGimsie
    30. 1962: Jack Ruttan
    31. 1962: Alf Smith
    32. 1962: Marty Walsh
    33. 1962: Harry Watson
    34. 1962: Harry Westwick
    35. 1962: Fred Whitcroft
    36. 1962: Phat Wilson
    37. 1965: Arthur Farrell
    38. 1965: Jack Marshall
    39. 1965: Blair Russell
    40. 1965: Ernie Russell
    41. 1965: Fred Scanlan

    42. 1971: Gordon Roberts
    43. 1974: Tommy Dunderdale

    44. 1989: Vladislav Tretiak

    45. 2005: Valeri Kharlamov
    46. 2010: Cammi Granato
    47. 2010: Angela James
    48. 2013: Geraldine Heaney
    49. 2015: Angela Ruggiero
    50. 2017: Danielle Goyette
    51. 2018: Jayna Hefford
    52. 2018: Aleksander Yakushev
    53. 2019: Hayley Wickenheiser
    54. 2020: Kim St-Pierre

    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES
    REFEREES AND LINESMEN


    01. 1961: Chaucer Elliott
    02. 1961: Mickey Ion
    03. 1961: Cooper Smeaton
    04. 1962: Michael Rodden
    05. 1963: Bobby Hewitson
    06. 1964: Bill Chadwick
    07. 1967: Red Storey
    08. 1973: Frank Udvari
    09. 1981: John Ashley
    10. 1987: Matt Pavelich
    11. 1988: George Hayes
    12. 1991: Neil Armstrong
    13. 1993: John D’Amico
    14. 1999: Andy Van Hellemond
    15. 2008: Ray Scapinello
    16. 2014: Bill McCreary

    43 GOALTENDERS IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

    01. 1945: Charlie Gardiner
    02. 1945: Georges Vezina
    03. 1947: Lester Patrick
    04. 1958: Alec Connell
    05. 1958: Hugh Lehman
    06. 1958: Paddy Moran
    07. 1959: Tiny Thompson
    08. 1961: George Hainsworth
    09. 1961: Percy LeSueur
    10. 1961: Oliver Seibert
    11. 1962: Harry Westwick
    12. 1963: Riley Hern
    13. 1963: John Bower Hutton
    14. 1964: Bill Durnan
    15. 1965: Clint Benedict
    16. 1966: Frank Brimsek
    17. 1967: Turk Broda
    18. 1969: Roy Worters
    19. 1971: Terry Sawchuk
    20. 1972: Hap Holmes
    21. 1973: Chuck Rayner
    22. 1975: Glenn Hall
    23. 1976: Johnny Bower
    24. 1978: Jacques Plante
    25. 1980: Harry Lumley
    26. 1980: Gump Worsley
    27. 1982: Emile Francis (Builder Category)
    28. 1983: Ken Dryden
    29. 1984: Bernie Parent
    30. 1985: Gerry Cheevers
    31. 1987: Ed Giacomin
    32. 1988: Tony Esposito
    33. 1989: Vladislav Tretiak
    34. 1993: Billy Smith
    35. 2003: Grant Fuhr
    36. 2006: Patrick Roy
    37. 2011: Ed Belfour
    38. 2014: Dominik Hasek
    39. 2016: Rogie Vachon
    40. 2018: Martin Brodeur
    41. 2019: Jim Rutherford (Builder Category)
    42. 2020: Ken Holland (Builder Category)
    43. 2020: Kim St-Pierre

    BLACK HOCKEY PLAYERS IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

    01. 2002: Grant Fuhr
    02. 2010: Angela James
    03. 2018: Willie O'Ree
    04. 2020: Jarome Iginla

    WOMEN IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

    01. 2010: Cammi Granato
    02. 2010: Angela James
    03. 2013: Geraldine Heaney
    04. 2015: Angela Ruggiero
    05. 2017: Danielle Goyette
    06. 2018: Jayna Hefford
    07. 2019: Hayley Wickenheiser
    08. 2020: Kim St-Pierre

    NHL GOALTENDERS WITH 1000+
    REGULAR SEASON GAMES PLAYED


    01. 1266 - Martin Brodeur
    02. 1044 - Roberto Luongo
    03. 1029 - Patrick Roy
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    THE 2020 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE PLAYOFFS STANDINGS

    LEAGUE


    01. Tampa Bay Lightning (22 Games Played; 16 Wins; 6 Losses; 71 Goals For; 49 Goals Against)
    02. Dallas Stars (24 Games Played; 14 Wins; 10 Losses; 73 Goals For; 72 Goals Against)
    03. New York Islanders (18 Games Played; 10 Wins; 8 Losses; 53 Goals For; 44 Goals Against)
    04. Vegas Golden Knights (17 Games Played; 9 Wins; 8 Losses; 42 Goals For; 34 Goals Against)
    05. Colorado Avalanche (12 Games Played; 7 Wins; 5 Losses; 51 Goals For; 36 Goals Against)
    06. Vancouver Canucks (13 Games Played; 7 Wins; 6 Losses; 36 Goals For; 35 Goals Against)
    07. Philadelphia Flyers (13 Games Played; 7 Wins; 6 Losses; 27 Goals For; 37 Goals Against)
    08. Boston Bruins (10 Games Played; 5 Wins; 5 Losses; 25 Goals For; 30 Goals Against)
    09. Calgary Flames (6 Games Played; 2 Wins; 4 Losses; 17 Goals For; 21 Goals Against)
    10. St. Louis Blues (6 Games Played; 2 Wins; 4 Losses; 16 Goals For; 22 Goals Against)
    11. Montreal Canadiens (6 Games Played; 2 Wins; 4 Losses; 13 Goals For; 11 Goals Against)
    12. Columbus Blue Jackets (5 Games Played; 1 Win; 4 Losses; 12 Goals For; 14 Goals Against)
    13. Carolina Hurricanes (5 Games Played; 1 Win; 4 Losses; 11 Goals For; 15 Goals Against)
    14. Chicago Blackhawks (5 Games Played; 1 Win; 4 Losses; 11 Goals For; 15 Goals Against)
    15. Washington Capitals (5 Games Played; 1 Win; 4 Losses; 8 Goals For; 17 Goals Against)
    16. Arizona Coyotes (5 Games Played; 1 Win; 4 Losses; 8 Goals For; 22 Goals Against)

    WESTERN CONFERENCE

    01. Dallas Stars (18 Games Played; 12 Wins; 6 Losses; 58 Goals For; 54 Goals Against)
    02. Vegas Golden Knights (17 Games Played; 9 Wins; 8 Losses; 42 Goals For; 34 Goals Against)
    03. Colorado Avalanche (12 Games Played; 7 Wins; 5 Losses; 51 Goals For; 36 Goals Against)
    04. Vancouver Canucks (13 Games Played; 7 Wins; 6 Losses; 36 Goals For; 35 Goals Against)
    05. Calgary Flames (6 Games Played; 2 Wins; 4 Losses; 17 Goals For; 21 Goals Against)
    06. St. Louis Blues (6 Games Played; 2 Wins; 4 Losses; 16 Goals For; 22 Goals Against)
    07. Chicago Blackhawks (5 Games Played; 1 Win; 4 Losses; 11 Goals For; 15 Goals Against)
    08. Arizona Coyotes (5 Games Played; 1 Win; 4 Losses; 8 Goals For; 22 Goals Against)

    EASTERN CONFERENCE

    01. Tampa Bay Lightning (16 Games Played; 12 Wins; 4 Losses; 53 Goals For; 34 Goals Against)
    02. New York Islanders (18 Games Played; 10 Wins; 8 Losses; 53 Goals For; 44 Goals Against)
    03. Philadelphia Flyers (13 Games Played; 7 Wins; 6 Losses; 27 Goals For; 37 Goals Against)
    04. Boston Bruins (10 Games Played; 5 Wins; 5 Losses; 25 Goals For; 30 Goals Against)
    05. Montreal Canadiens (6 Games Played; 2 Wins; 4 Losses; 13 Goals For; 11 Goals Against)
    06. Columbus Blue Jackets (5 Games Played; 1 Win; 4 Losses; 12 Goals For; 14 Goals Against)
    07. Carolina Hurricanes (5 Games Played; 1 Win; 4 Losses; 11 Goals For; 15 Goals Against)
    08. Washington Capitals (5 Games Played; 1 Win; 4 Losses; 8 Goals For; 17 Goals Against)


    NHL Highlights | Stanley Cup Final, Gm6 Lightning @ Stars - Sept. 28, 2020
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=byj2NbVZ3CA

    The Tampa Bay Lightning are the 2019-2020 Stanley Cup Champions
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLOuDYQ8XmA

    Lightning hoist the Stanley Cup
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlIjnd6X2Tk

    Victor Hedman wins the 2020 Conn Smythe
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Ul6v1wRiSQ

    Lightning And Stars Shake Hands After Hard-Fought Stanley Cup Final
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxCQ_DtnaY0

    Victor Hedman Presented With Conn Smythe Trophy As Playoff MVP
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0gX3YAiBbKI

    Tampa Bay Lightning Raise Stanley Cup After Defeating The Dallas Stars
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_gdwLtSX9E

    NHL Highlights | Stanley Cup Final, Game 6: Lightning vs. Stars – Sep. 28, 2020
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awP8KGSlYAI

    NHL Stanley Cup Final: Lightning vs. Stars | Game 6 EXTENDED HIGHLIGHTS | NBC Sports
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RwpsPPFMDng

    NHL Stanley Cup Final 2020: Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay Lightning hoist Stanley Cup | NBC Sports
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVXWcGytoAw

    NHL Stanley Cup Final 2020: Tampa Bay Lightning celebrate, react to Stanley Cup win | NBC Sports
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5MGlzCJTSQ

    How NHL overcame 'darkest hours' in sports for historic 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs | NBC Sports
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yNdjdwCsTyk

    2020 NHL Season Ending Montage: A Stanley Cup Playoffs Like No Other
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZQ8-Wk5rc8
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    Congratulations to the Lightning!

    And, more importantly, THANK YOU for eliminating the Stars!!

    We need the POWER of the GOOD and the WAY of the MAGIC !!!

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    Hockey Hall of Fame postpones Induction Weekend due to COVID-19 pandemic

    Rescheduling plans to be addressed at Oct. 29 meeting

    https://www.nhl.com/news/hockey-hall...ed/c-318371670

    THE 2020 HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES

    https://www.hhof.com/htmlinduct/ind20prolog.shtml

    https://www.hhof.com/htmlinduct/ind20menu.shtml

    Ken Holland * Kevin Lowe * Doug Wilson * Jarome Iginla * Marian Hossa * Kim St-Pierre



    Iginla, Wilson, Lowe among HHOF's class of 2020


    THE 2020 U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES

    https://www.ushockeyhalloffame.com/2020

    Dean Blais * Tony Granato * Jenny Potter * Jerry York

    The U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2020 will be formally enshrined together with the yet-to-be-named Class of 2021 at a formal Induction Celebration in December of 2021.

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    Travis Roy dies at 45, paralyzed in 1995 playing for Boston University
    Leaves legacy through foundation helping those with spinal cord injuries
    https://www.nhl.com/news/travis-roy-...ey/c-319547640

    Longtime Oilers locker room attendant Joey Moss dies
    Was 57, joined Edmonton in 1982-83 on Gretzky's recommendation
    https://www.nhl.com/news/edmonton-oi...es/c-319523316

    Hockey Hall of Fame delays 2020 inductions to November 2021
    Will not hold elections for new members next year
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    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME 2020 INDUCTION CELEBRATION

    https://www.ushockeyhalloffame.com/p...on-celebration

    Dean Blais, Tony Granato, Jenny Potter and Jerry York have been announced as the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame as the Class of 2020. The group will be formally enshrined together with the yet-to-be named Class of 2021 at a formal Induction Celebration in December of 2021. Details will be provided at a later date.

    THE 2020 HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTION CEREMONY WILL BE HELD ON NOVEMBER 15, 2021 AT THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME MUSEUM IN TORONTO

    The Class of 2020 will be honoured as a stand-alone class during the 2021 Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Weekend/Celebration. There will be no Honoured Membership elections in 2021. Stay tuned for more information on the 2021 Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Weekend/Celebration (scheduled for November 12-15, 2021).

    Inductees: Ken Holland * Kevin Lowe * Doug Wilson * Marian Hossa * Jarome Iginla * Kim St-Pierre

    http://hhof.com/htmlinduct/ind20menu.shtml







    ACTIVE NHL GOAL LEADERS

    #8 - ALEX OVECHKIN (730)
    https://www.nhl.com/player/alex-ovechkin-8471214

    #12 - PATRICK MARLEAU (566)
    https://www.nhl.com/player/patrick-marleau-8466139

    #87 - SIDNEY CROSBY (486)
    https://www.nhl.com/player/sidney-crosby-8471675

    https://www.quanthockey.com/nhl/reco...d-leaders.html


    Walter Gretzky dies at 82, father of Wayne Gretzky
    Remembered as 'our team captain' by son, was member of Order of Canada
    https://www.nhl.com/news/walter-gret...82/c-322127384

    Walter Gretzky remembered for impact on son Wayne Gretzky, charity work
    Players, coaches, politicians praise 'Canada's hockey dad' who dies at 82
    https://www.nhl.com/news/walter-gret...ey/c-322140514

    Walter Gretzky Was The World's Hockey Dad
    https://www.si.com/hockey/news/walte...lds-hockey-dad

    Walter Gretzky, father of the Great One, dead at 82
    https://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/nhl...uary-1.5937764

    Walter Gretzky, father of The Great One, dies at 82
    https://www.sportsnet.ca/nhl/article...etzky-dies-82/

    Walter Gretzky, Father of NHL Legend Wayne Gretzky, Dies at 82
    https://bleacherreport.com/articles/...aign=editorial

    Canada’s Hockey Dad Walter Gretzky passes away at 82
    https://www.tsn.ca/canada-s-hockey-d...t-82-1.1602830

    Walter Gretzky, father of hockey great Wayne Gretzky, dies at age 82
    https://www.espn.com/nhl/story/_/id/...ne-dies-age-82

    Maple Leafs mourn the loss of Walter Gretzky
    https://www.si.com/hockey/news/maple...walter-gretzky

    Walter Gretzky, father of the Great One, dies at age 82
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfzUoSWml5g

    Legendary 'Canadian Hockey Dad' Walter Gretzky dies at 82 after 9-year battle with Parkinson's
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDWpaCB1F0I

    Remembering Walter Gretzky With Ron MacLean
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOwlbzVOPKE

    Walter Gretzky Was The World's Hockey Dad
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xaKMsdf_70U

    Remembering The Life And Legacy Of Walter Gretzky
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ufmebshiQ04

    Global National: March 6, 2021 | Walter Gretzky, father of hockey's "Great One," laid to rest
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1B_dgfhQNgo

    "Canada’s hockey dad" Walter Gretzky dead at 82
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFk4ZOcArkw

    "A remarkable man": Paying tribute to Walter Gretzky at Brantford, Ont., funeral
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ycikcCKJjM4

    Walter Gretzky funeral: An emotional Wayne Gretzky remembers his father
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyLtjR-Unqw

    Walter Gretzky memorial service: Saying goodbye to "Canada's hockey dad" | FULL
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_4grNx1UyM

    Wayne Gretzky Gives Heartfelt Speech At Walter Gretzky's Funeral
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAvy-rvnQm4

    2 p.m.: Walter Gretzky's funeral in Brantford
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_IxyHSHxQs

    Walter Gretzky funeral service
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kK9UNkXzntI

    Canada mourns the passing of Walter Gretzky
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjRuity6NKg

    Walter Gretzky stick salute
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L9oTjE5rJQs

    Walter Gretzky, Brantford's 'Great One', honoured in hometown funeral
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xR4L8XfbCZU

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    1. 894 - Wayne Gretzky
    2. 801 - Gordie Howe
    3. 766 - Jaromir Jagr
    4. 741 - Brett Hull
    5. 731 - Marcel Dionne
    6. 730 - Alex Ovechkin
    7. 717 - Phil Esposito

    PATRICK MARLEAU NHL 2020-2021 SEASON GOALS
    1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8m9Lcv-Vf3s
    2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2z7GHcEQ6w
    3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5D5GbvIXjko
    4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJ-8hFMOP9I

    Gordie Howe - 26 NHL Seasons - 1767 Games Played
    Patrick Marleau - 23 NHL Seasons - 1761 Games Played - 7 games to go!

    Gordie Howe never scored 50 goals in one NHL season, and neither did Patrick Marleau, so Patrick Marleau is the perfect player to break Gordie Howe's games played record. Invite Howe's family to the ceremony. Patrick Marleau will surpass Gordie Howe in games played in his 23rd NHL season. That's three less seasons than what Howe played. That means Marleau deserves it. He did it quicker than Howe. Gordie Howe and Chris Chelios hold the record for most seasons played in the NHL with 26. Patrick Marleau should go for 27.

    Patrick Marleau needs 8 goals to surpass Mike Bossy, 12 goals to surpass Mark Recchi, and 36 goals to surpass Jari Kurri before he retires.

    20. 601 – Jari Kurri
    21. 577 – Mark Recchi
    22. 573 – Mike Bossy
    23. 566 – Patrick Marleau
    24. 564 – Mats Sundin
    25. 564 – Joe Nieuwendyk
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    There are 5 former NHL players who played NHL games against both Gordie Howe and Patrick Marleau: Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier, Kevin Lowe, Mike Gartner, and Ray Bourque.

    GORDIE HOWE NHL GAMES PLAYED - 1767
    GORDIE HOWE WHA GAMES PLAYED - 419
    GORDIE HOWE NHL + WHA = 2186 GAMES PLAYED

    Patrick Marleau needs to play 5 to 6 more seasons in the NHL to surpass Gordie Howe's combined NHL and WHA games played totals.

    NHL ALL-TIME GAMES PLAYED

    1. 1779 - Patrick Marleau
    2. 1767 - Gordie Howe
    3. 1756 - Mark Messier
    4. 1733 - Jaromir Jagr
    5. 1731 - Ron Francis

    Sharks, NHL community applaud Marleau for games record
    Forward set to pass Gordie Howe for No. 1 spot on all-time list Monday
    https://www.nhl.com/news/patrick-mar...?tid=281396148

    Marleau passes Howe for NHL games record
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDFHWJ0FQZw

    Marleau breaks record for most games played in NHL history set by Howe
    Sharks forward skates in No. 1,768 in 23rd season
    https://www.nhl.com/news/sharks-marl...ed/c-323816560

    Marleau sets new NHL record
    Commissioner Gary Bettman congratulates Patrick Marleau on playing in his 1,768th NHL game, passing Gordie Howe on the League's all-time list
    https://www.nhl.com/video/marleau-se...0912/c-8121509

    Marleau breaks Howe's record
    San Jose Sharks great Patrick Marleau plays in his 1,768th career game, passing Gordie Howe for first place on the all-time games played list
    https://www.nhl.com/video/marleau-br...4982/c-8116673

    Top 10 Interesting Things That Have Happened Since Patrick Marleau Entered The NHL
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NO_bg-Znrsk

    Patrick Marleau Breaks Gordie Howe’s Record With 1,768 NHL Games Played
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hk8To73vHv0

    Golden Knights Salute & Shake Hands With Patrick Marleau On His Milestone Night
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_A5zMrkS0SE

    Patrick Marleau On Emotional Day After Playing NHL Record 1,768th Game | FULL Press Conference
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNaQmgeTSV0

    Patrick Marleau On How He Met His Wife & Reflecting On His NHL Career | The Big Picture
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yq4P3PFUbPc

    NHL 500+ GOAL-SCORERS
    NOT IN THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME


    1. 766 - Jaromir Jagr
    2. 730 - Alex Ovechkin
    3. 566 - Patrick Marleau

    4. 538 - Keith Tkachuk
    5. 522 - Pat Verbeek
    6. 515 - Pierre Turgeon
    7. 513 - Jeremy Roenick
    8. 503 - Peter Bondra

    Will There Ever be Another Patrick Marleau?
    https://www.si.com/hockey/news/will-...atrick-marleau

    The Hockey News Podcast: is Patrick Marleau a Hall of Famer?
    https://www.si.com/hockey/podcast/th...-hall-of-famer

    The Hockey News Podcast: is Patrick Marleau a Hall of Famer?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJDj6dlbBR4

    How Patrick Marleau broke Gordie Howe's record for NHL longevity
    https://www.espn.com/nhl/insider/sto...-nhl-longevity

    San Jose Sharks forward Patrick Marleau, 41, secures NHL history, sets all-time record for games played, surpassing Gordie Howe
    https://www.espn.com/nhl/story/_/id/...ng-gordie-howe

    After Patrick Marleau's games played mark, six NHL records that could fall next
    https://www.espn.com/nhl/insider/sto...ords-fall-next

    Marleau breaks Howe's all-time games played record
    https://www.tsn.ca/patrick-marleau-b...cord-1.1626457

    A Video on Patrick Marleau After He Breaks Gordie Howe's Games Played Record
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGGWtn3UNQA

    So, where does Patrick Marleau go from here?
    https://ca.sports.yahoo.com/news/so-...165654637.html

    1,768 - Patrick Marleau on Breaking Gordie Howe's Legendary Record
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MiQWbZgSa_4

    Patrick Marleau's impact on the NHL goes far beyond any record | Our Line Starts | NBC Sports
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMftrwxL9Ng

    Patrick Marleau's Record Breaking Career Ahead Of His Historic 1768th Game
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1OGgbU5LHF0

    The Tragic Career of Patrick Marleau
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZsid1jYesw

    Patrick Marleau Career Highlights | All-Time Games Played Leader
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKBhdX_TWA4

    Is Patrick Marleau A Hall Of Famer? Ask Me Anything #8
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKVEweFAl5k
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    All those games and never won a championship.

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    2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs
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    THE 2020-2021 NHL REGULAR SEASON ENDS

    ACTIVE NHL LEADERS IN GOALS


    01. 730 - Alex Ovechkin
    02. 566 - Patrick Marleau
    03. 486 - Sidney Crosby

    04. 443 - Ilya Kovalchuk
    05. 441 - Eric Staal
    06. 439 - Steven Stamkos
    07. 425 - Joe Thornton
    08. 424 - Evgeni Malkin
    09. 404 - Patrick Kane
    10. 399 - Jeff Carter
    11. 394 - Joe Pavelski
    12. 393 - Zach Parise
    13. 391 - Phil Kessel
    14. 386 - Corey Perry
    15. 375 - Patrice Bergeron
    16. 364 - John Tavares
    17. 351 - Jason Spezza
    18. 346 - Anze Kopitar
    19. 345 - Jonathan Toews
    20. 319 - Brad Marchand

    NHL IRON MAN STREAK

    List of NHL players with 500+ consecutive games played


    01. 964 - Doug Jarvis (October 8, 1975 - October 10, 1987)
    02. 922 - Keith Yandle (March 26, 2009-Present)
    03. 914 - Garry Unger (February 24, 1968 - December 21, 1979)
    04. 910 - Patrick Marleau (April 9, 2009-Present)
    05. 900 - Phil Kessel (November 3, 2009-Present)

    06. 884 - Steve Larmer (October 6, 1982 - April 15, 1993)
    07. 830 - Andrew Cogliano (October 4, 2007 - January 13, 2018)
    08. 776 - Craig Ramsay (March 27, 1973 - February 10, 1983)
    09. 737 - Jay Bouwmeester (March 6, 2004 - November 22, 2014)
    10. 679 - Henrik Sedin (March 21, 2004 - January 18, 2014)
    11. 630 - Andy Hebenton (October 7, 1955 - March 22, 1964)
    12. 622 - Karl Alzner (October 8, 2010 - April 7, 2018)
    13. 597 - Brent Burns (November 21, 2013-Present)
    14. 580 - Johnny Wilson (February 10, 1952 - March 20, 1960)
    15. 576 - Billy Harris (October 7, 1972 - November 28, 1979)
    16. 570 - Mark Recchi (October 4, 1991 - December 11, 1998)
    17. 566 - Danny Grant (December 4, 1968 - December 19, 1975)
    18. 548 - Alex Delvecchio (December 13, 1956 - November 11, 1964)
    19. 542 - Brendan Morrison (February 27, 2000 - December 12, 2007)
    20. 519 - Craig MacTavish (October 12, 1986 - January 2, 1993)
    21. 513 - Brad Boyes (October 5, 2005 - November 23, 2011)
    22. 509 - Andrew Brunette (January 2, 2002 - February 19, 2009)
    23. 509 - John Marks (October 27, 1973 - December 30, 1979)
    24. 508 - Murray Murdoch (November 16, 1926 - March 21, 1937)
    25. 502 - Glenn Hall (October 6, 1955 - November 7, 1962)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...e_games_played

    Marleau wants to return for 24th NHL season, may leave Sharks
    'I still have a lot to give,' says all-time games played leader, pending unrestricted free agent
    https://www.nhl.com/news/sharks-marl...on/c-324686684
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    It has been an incredible couple of nights for Round One Playoff Hockey!

    Jordan Staal was a beast against the Preds!

    And the Avalanche Top Line decimated the Blues!

    This is going to be one fun post-season!!
    We need the POWER of the GOOD and the WAY of the MAGIC !!!

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    It has been an incredible couple of nights for Round One Playoff Hockey!

    Jordan Staal was a beast against the Preds!

    And the Avalanche Top Line decimated the Blues!

    This is going to be one fun post-season!!
    I'm predicting a Toronto-Vegas Stanley Cup Final!
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    This is interesting - I hadn't realized that there were two separate Ottawa Senator teams until I saw them listed on the list of all time cup wins and also on the list of current teams that have never won a cup. I'm actually a bit surprised that Detroit hasn't won a few more.

    I actually live within a mile of the NHL Hall of Fame but haven't gotten around to visiting it yet. I hope to when they reopen after covid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DynastyMasters View Post

    I'm predicting a Toronto-Vegas Stanley Cup Final!
    I may be wrong, but I don’t think that’s possible this season. They’d meet in the West finals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stinkor View Post
    I may be wrong, but I don’t think that’s possible this season. They’d meet in the West finals.
    You're right. Vegas-Tampa for the Cup!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DynastyMasters View Post
    You're right. Vegas-Tampa for the Cup!
    I agree with Vegas but am looking for Carolina to come out of the East.

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    I've been enjoying the playoffs as well. I'm just taking it one game at a time, hoping the Islanders can tie it back up with Pittsburgh today.

    Honestly the next round is probably more interesting to me than even the finals. Potentially Colorado versus Vegas (I'll route for the Avalanche in that one), Boston versus either NY (my preference) or Pittsburgh (still a series I'd enjoy), and I'll always love the Canadian teams so pretty much anything that happens next in that part of the bracket, though I'm routing for Winnipeg to advance (old sentiment, even though they're not the originals).

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    Happy to see the Islanders make it past the Penguins, looking forward to the series with Boston. Also glad to see Winnipeg advance, looking forward to the prospect of a series with Toronto.

    Interesting seeing the Vegas/Minnesota series go to a game 7. I'm not a Vegas fan so I'm rooting for the upset, or again for the Avalanche to take them out if Vegas advances.

    Similarly in the East, beyond following the Islanders, I'm also about who can take out Tampa. I'm hoping Carolina finishes off their series, and my old Whalers take out the Lightning!
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    I want Fleury to get a fourth Cup!

    Gretzky joins Turner Sports as NHL studio analyst
    Hockey Hall of Famer left role with Oilers; Albert, Olczyk to call games
    https://www.nhl.com/news/wayne-gretz...st/c-325009610

    The Greatest One: Gretzky rookie card sells for record-breaking price of $3.75M US
    Sale smashes previous mark of $1.29M, also set by Gretzky rookie card
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    Quote Originally Posted by Granamyr's Helmet View Post
    I've been enjoying the playoffs as well. I'm just taking it one game at a time, hoping the Islanders can tie it back up with Pittsburgh today.

    Honestly the next round is probably more interesting to me than even the finals. Potentially Colorado versus Vegas (I'll route for the Avalanche in that one), Boston versus either NY (my preference) or Pittsburgh (still a series I'd enjoy), and I'll always love the Canadian teams so pretty much anything that happens next in that part of the bracket, though I'm routing for Winnipeg to advance (old sentiment, even though they're not the originals).

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    Happy to see the Islanders make it past the Penguins, looking forward to the series with Boston. Also glad to see Winnipeg advance, looking forward to the prospect of a series with Toronto.

    Interesting seeing the Vegas/Minnesota series go to a game 7. I'm not a Vegas fan so I'm rooting for the upset, or again for the Avalanche to take them out if Vegas advances.

    Similarly in the East, beyond following the Islanders, I'm also about who can take out Tampa. I'm hoping Carolina finishes off their series, and my old Whalers take out the Lightning!
    I would have liked the Wild to advance to the second round, but the Avalanche/Knights series is going to be lots of fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ornclown View Post
    I would have liked the Wild to advance to the second round, but the Avalanche/Knights series is going to be lots of fun!
    Totally agree!

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    Unrelated to the playoffs, I enjoy finding videos of old hockey games from back in the day including the old WHA league in the 70's. Just watched a game from April 1978 of Winnipeg with Bobby Hull playing against the Houston Aeros. It would turn out to be the last season for the Aeros as they would fold after that, but during the game the Houston announcers were broadcasting that if the fans pre-purchased at least 7,000 season tickets for the next year, the Aeros would get into the NHL.

    Obviously history went differently, but now looking back interesting to see how they went from back-to-back AVCO Cup (WHA equivalent of the Stanley Cup) champs just a few years before to completely folding. Crazy times!

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