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    Quote Originally Posted by Granamyr's Helmet View Post
    Totally agree!

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    Strong start for the Avalanche! Not sure about the goalie switch for Vegas, maybe the strategy will pay off in game 2 with Fleury better rested but still feels to me like they should have gone with him in game 1.
    The Knights are going to be out for blood on Wednesday!

    The Avalanche put on a clinic in game 1... they have an incredibly strong top-line, but really need to get more help from the other lines...

    I liked how the 3rd and 4th lines really stepped up for Vegas last night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DynastyMasters View Post
    ****ing Leafs choked as usual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Durendal View Post
    ****ing Leafs choked as usual.
    I could not believe that!

    Leading the series 3 - 1, only to collapse in the final stretch?!?

    I have a feeling that there is going to be a lot of closed-door-conversations this summer within the Leafs' organization...

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    Whew!! What a game between Colorado and Vegas!

    Again, the Knight's 3rd and 4th lines were making plays, both offensive and defensive, but they just couldn't solve Grubauer...

    The Av's top line was held in check most of the night, but when opportunity knocked, they answered with force. I still think that Colorado's grinders need to step it up... they are going to need to show up if their Cup aspirations are to be realized.



    Also....

    That HIT ON EVANS during the Montreal / Winnipeg game!

    That was brutal. Mark Scheifele should most definitely be suspended...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ornclown View Post
    I could not believe that!

    Leading the series 3 - 1, only to collapse in the final stretch?!?

    I have a feeling that there is going to be a lot of closed-door-conversations this summer within the Leafs' organization...

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    Whew!! What a game between Colorado and Vegas!

    Again, the Knight's 3rd and 4th lines were making plays, both offensive and defensive, but they just couldn't solve Grubauer...

    The Av's top line was held in check most of the night, but when opportunity knocked, they answered with force. I still think that Colorado's grinders need to step it up... they are going to need to show up if their Cup aspirations are to be realized.



    Also....

    That HIT ON EVANS during the Montreal / Winnipeg game!

    That was brutal. Mark Scheifele should most definitely be suspended...
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    It was a horrible hit, there's no excuse for that. I hope they issue the suspension:

    https://www.nhl.com/news/mark-scheif...ng/c-325161990

    I like Winnipeg, but that tainted the series for me, I'm all for Montreal taking this round.

    And on a happier note...yes, Avalanche and the Knights was awesome!

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    Unrelated to the playoffs, was happy to see Buffalo get the first overall draft pick. That's my actual team, and as I told a friend who asked me why I was rooting for the Islanders in the playoffs, Buffalo and playoffs don't exactly go together (in this day and age anyways). I used to go to Islanders games when I was really little and we lived on Long Island, but when we moved to Buffalo the Sabres became my team (there was some decent hockey during that time, Gilbert Perreault years, even though we never won a cup!).

    I think it's going to take more than that draft pick to fix what's broken, but at this point it's some welcome good news!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Granamyr's Helmet View Post
    It was a horrible hit, there's no excuse for that. I hope they issue the suspension:

    https://www.nhl.com/news/mark-scheif...ng/c-325161990

    I like Winnipeg, but that tainted the series for me, I'm all for Montreal taking this round.

    And on a happier note...yes, Avalanche and the Knights was awesome!
    Yeah... I want Montreal for this one. I do like the Jets, especially because they bred Teemu Selanne - one of the most fun players to watch play the game!

    But, Montreal seems to have the weight of all of Canada on them right now...

    Quote Originally Posted by Granamyr's Helmet View Post
    Unrelated to the playoffs, was happy to see Buffalo get the first overall draft pick. That's my actual team, and as I told a friend who asked me why I was rooting for the Islanders in the playoffs, Buffalo and playoffs don't exactly go together (in this day and age anyways). I used to go to Islanders games when I was really little and we lived on Long Island, but when we moved to Buffalo the Sabres became my team (there was some decent hockey during that time, Gilbert Perreault years, even though we never won a cup!).

    I think it's going to take more than that draft pick to fix what's broken, but at this point it's some welcome good news!
    I like both the Islanders (rooting for them in this one) and the Sabres... after all, Buffalo produced on of the greatest all-time net-minders in Dominik Hasek!

    I absolutely loved when Colorado and Detroit would face off... because that meant a Roy vs. Hasek battle!



    Also, I am looking forward to seeing the Kraken debut later this year too:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ornclown View Post
    I like both the Islanders (rooting for them in this one) and the Sabres... after all, Buffalo produced on of the greatest all-time net-minders in Dominik Hasek!

    I absolutely loved when Colorado and Detroit would face off... because that meant a Roy vs. Hasek battle!
    Yes!! Hasek era and that 99 Stanley Cup appearance seem so long ago now

    Completely the same feeling on Roy versus Hasek, I enjoyed those quite a bit as well! That brings back memories of the Avalanche back then for me...particularly that 2001 Stanley Cup team. Roy, Sakic...and how cool that Ray Bourque finally got his Cup win as part of that team! But I digress...

    I'm looking forward to the Kraken as well this year. I was a little sour on the last expansion with Vegas because there was a glimmer of a thought Quebec City could get a team again instead (I missed the old Nordiques, maybe another reason I have the soft spot for the Avalanche!), but this go around I'm enjoying seeing the new team!

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    Canada approves border exemption for Stanley Cup Semifinals
    NHL adds enhanced protocols for teams traveling in final two rounds of playoffs
    https://www.nhl.com/news/canada-appr...hl/c-325215356
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    Quote Originally Posted by DynastyMasters View Post
    Canada approves border exemption for Stanley Cup Semifinals
    NHL adds enhanced protocols for teams traveling in final two rounds of playoffs
    https://www.nhl.com/news/canada-appr...hl/c-325215356
    Thank you for posting this.

    I was actually really curious about this situation...

    It has been weird watching the Canadian series being played in a bubble while in the States, many are playing in front of near-capacity crowds.
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    Hockey Hall of Fame NEWS
    https://www.nhl.com/news/forwards-wo...?tid=283496592

    Canadiens' run to Semifinals compared to 1993 Stanley Cup victory
    Montreal embracing underdog role after advancing past second round for first time since 2014
    https://www.nhl.com/news/montreals-r...?tid=325108288

    If the NHL standings were divided this way every year, there would always be a Canadian team in the Final 4 of the Stanley Cup playoffs.

    https://www.nhl.com/standings/2020/division

    Unfortunately, things will be returning to normal next season.

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    Stanley Cup Semifinals schedule

    Here are the series-by-series schedules for the third round of the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Seedings and matchups for the Stanley Cup Semifinals were determined based on regular-season standings. The winner of each best-of-7 series will advance to the 2021 Stanley Cup Final.

    All times listed are ET and subject to change.

    Vegas Golden Knights (1) vs. Montreal Canadiens (4)

    Monday, June 14, 9 p.m.: Canadiens at Golden Knights | NBCSN, SN, CBC, TVAS

    Wednesday, June 16, 9 p.m.: Canadiens at Golden Knights | NBCSN, SN, CBC, TVAS

    Friday, June 18, 8 p.m.: Golden Knights at Canadiens | USA, SN, CBC, TVAS

    Sunday, June 20, 8 p.m.: Golden Knights at Canadiens | NBCSN, SN, CBC, TVAS

    *Tuesday, June 22, 9 p.m.: Canadiens at Golden Knights | NBCSN, SN, CBC, TVAS

    *Thursday, June 24, 8 p.m.: Golden Knights at Canadiens | USA, SN, CBC, TVAS

    *Saturday, June 26, 8 p.m.: Canadiens at Golden Knights | NBCSN, SN, CBC, TVAS


    Tampa Bay Lightning (2) vs. New York Islanders (3)

    Sunday, June 13, 3 p.m.: Islanders at Lightning | NBC, SN, CBC, TVAS

    Tuesday, June 15, 8 p.m.: Islanders at Lightning | NBCSN, SN, CBC, TVAS

    Thursday, June 17, 8 p.m.: Lightning at Islanders | NBCSN, SN, CBC, TVAS

    Saturday, June 19, 8 p.m.: Lightning at Islanders | USA, SN, CBC, TVAS

    *Monday, June 21, 8 p.m.: Islanders at Lightning | USA, SN, CBC, TVAS

    *Wednesday, June 23, 8 p.m.: Lightning at Islanders | NBCSN, SN, CBC, TVAS

    *Friday, June 25, 8 p.m.: Islanders at Lightning | NBCSN, SN, CBC, TVAS
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    Would like to see Vegas win the cup this year.

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    Well... much like the Maple Leafs, the Colorado Avalanche choked again.

    Now I'm rooting for the Islanders... but, I think that it will be a Tampa/Vegas Cup series.
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    Vegas, Tampa, and New York were in the final 4 last year as well. WOW!



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    Gotta say... I'm pullin' for a Montreal / New York Stanley Cup Finals.

    And, speaking of which... THAT SAVE by Ryan Pulock tonight!?!!?



    Wow!!
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    I'm sorry, but I couldn't wait for the 2021 NHL season to end. I had to do this now. I covered all the Hockey Hall of Fame (TORONTO) inductees on page 1 of this thread, and now I will cover the U.S. Hockey Hall Of Fame. The U.S. Hockey Hall Of Fame is not as hard to get into as the Hockey Hall of Fame is. The standards are a bit lower, and there is less competition since it's only for Americans, for the most part. Unlike the Hockey Hall of Fame, a person can be inducted more than once into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame, but there is a catch. The U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame also inducts all the members of a team that wins the GOLD medal in the Olympics, or the World Cup. This means the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame is more like the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. A person can be inducted as a solo artist, and they could also be inducted as a member of a band or bands. There is no limit to the number of times you can be inducted. But in the case of the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame, you can only be inducted multiple times if you win GOLD, not SILVER, not BRONZE. Also, unlike the Hockey Hall of Fame, the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame doesn't brake the inductees into categories like the player category, or the builder category for coaches and team owners, or the referee category. Or at least it's not spoken about at the ceremony, or on their website.

    So here it goes.

    THE U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME https://www.ushockeyhalloffame.com

    THE U.S HOCKEY HALL OF FAME MUSEUM https://www.ushockeyhall.com/home

    All the numerical breakdowns were done by me, not by the U.S Hockey Hall of Fame.


    THE U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES (1973-PRESENT) | EVELETH, MINNESOTA

    260 PEOPLE INDUCTED INTO THE U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME.

    194 INDUCTEES.

    190 INDIVIDUAL INDUCTEES.

    4 TEAM INDUCTEES – 115 IS THE TOTAL NUMBER OF TEAM MEMBERS INDUCTED.

    OF THE 115 TEAM MEMBERS INDUCTED, 45 OF THEM ARE TWO-TIME INDUCTEES.

    70 IS THE REMAINING NUMBER OF TEAM MEMBERS INDUCTED.

    190 + 70 = 260 PEOPLE INDUCTED INTO THE U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME.

    THE U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES (1973-PRESENT) | EVELETH, MINNESOTA

    01. 1973: Taffy Abel
    02. 1973: Hobey Baker
    03. 1973: Frank Brimsek
    04. 1973: George Brown
    05. 1973: Walter Brown
    06. 1973: John Chase
    07. 1973: Cully Dahlstrom
    08. 1973: John B. Garrison
    09. 1973: Doc Gibson
    10. 1973: Moose Goheen
    11. 1973: Malcolm Gordon
    12. 1973: Edward Jeremiah
    13. 1973: Mike Karakas
    14. 1973: Myles Lane
    15. 1973: Thomas Lockhart
    16. 1973: Sam LoPresti
    17. 1973: John Mariucci
    18. 1973: George Owen, Jr.
    19. 1973: Ding Palmer
    20. 1973: Doc Romnes
    21. 1973: Clifford Thompson
    22. 1973: William Tutt
    23. 1973: Ralph Winsor
    24. 1973: Coddy Winters
    25. 1973: Lyle Wright
    26. 1974: William Chadwick
    27. 1974: Ray Chaisson
    28. 1974: Victor Desjardins
    29. 1974: Doug Everett
    30. 1974: Victor Heyliger
    31. 1974: Virgil Johnson
    32. 1974: John Kelley
    33. 1974: William Moe
    34. 1974: Fido Purpur
    35. 1975: Anthony Conroy
    36. 1975: Austie Harding
    37. 1975: Stewart Inglehart
    38. 1975: Joseph Linder
    39. 1975: Fred Moseley
    40. 1976: William Cleary
    41. 1976: John Mayasich
    42. 1976: Robert Ridder
    43. 1977: Earl Bartholome
    44. 1977: Eddie Olson
    45. 1977: William Riley
    46. 1978: Peter Bessone
    47. 1978: Donald Clark
    48. 1978: Hub Nelson
    49. 1979: Bob Dill
    50. 1979: Jack Riley, Jr.
    51. 1980: Walter Bush
    52. 1980: Nick Kahler
    53. 1981: Robert Cleary
    54. 1981: William Jennings
    55. 1981: Thomas Williams
    56. 1982: Cal Marvin
    57. 1982: Bill Stewart
    58. 1983: Oscar Almquist
    59. 1983: Jack McCartan
    60. 1984: Bill Christian
    61. 1984: Bill Wirtz
    62. 1985: Robert Blake
    63. 1985: Richard Rondeau
    64. 1985: Harold Trumble
    65. 1986: Jack Garrity
    66. 1986: Ken Yackel
    67. 1987: Jack Kirrane
    68. 1987: Muzz Murray, Sr.
    69. 1988: Richard Desmond
    70. 1988: Larry Ross
    71. 1989: Roger Christian
    72. 1989: Robert Paradise
    73. 1990: Herb Brooks
    74. 1990: Willard Ikola
    75. 1990: Connie Pleban
    76. 1991: Robbie Ftorek
    77. 1991: Bob Johnson
    78. 1991: John Matchefts
    79. 1992: Amo Bessone
    80. 1992: Len Ceglarski
    81. 1992: James Fullerton
    82. 1993: Jack Kelley
    83. 1993: David Langevin
    84. 1993: Charles Schulz
    85. 1994: Joe Cavanagh
    86. 1994: Wally Grant
    87. 1994: Ned Harkness
    88. 1995: Henry Boucha
    89. 1995: James Claypool
    90. 1995: Ken Morrow
    91. 1996: Serge Gambucci
    92. 1996: Reed Larson
    93. 1996: Craig Patrick
    94. 1997: Charlie Holt
    95. 1997: William Nyrop
    96. 1997: Tim Sheehy
    97. 1998: Mike Curran
    98. 1998: Bruce Mather
    99. 1998: Joe Mullen
    100. 1998: Lou Nanne
    101. 1999: Rod Langway
    102. 1999: Gordie Roberts
    103. 1999: Sid Watson
    104. 2000: Neal Broten
    105. 2000: Doug Palazzari
    106. 2000: Larry Pleau
    107. 2000: 1960 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    108. 2001: Dave Christian
    109. 2001: Paul Johnson
    110. 2001: Mike Ramsey
    111. 2002: Mark Fusco
    112. 2002: Scott Fusco
    113. 2002: Joe Riley
    114. 2002: Doug Woog
    115. 2003: John Cunniff
    116. 2003: Richard Dougherty
    117. 2003: Mark Howe
    118. 2003: Pat LaFontaine
    119. 2003: 1980 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    120. 2004: Paul Coppo
    121. 2004: Phil Housley
    122. 2004: Mike Illitch
    123. 2004: Mark Johnson
    124. 2005: Huffer Christiansen
    125. 2005: Lane MacDonald
    126. 2005: Maurice Roberts
    127. 2005: Murray Williamson
    128. 2006: Curly Brink
    129. 2006: Gary Gambucci
    130. 2006: Mike Milbury
    131. 2007: Aaron Broten
    132. 2007: Bobby Carpenter
    133. 2007: John MacInnes
    134. 2007: John Vanbiesbrouck
    135. 2008: Cammi Granato
    136. 2008: Brett Hull
    137. 2008: Brian Leetch
    138. 2008: Mike Richter
    139. 2009: Tony Amonte
    140. 2009: Tom Barrasso
    141. 2009: John LeClair
    142. 2009: Frank Zamboni
    143. 2009: 1998 Women’s U.S. Olympic Team
    144. 2010: Art Berglund
    145. 2010: Derian Hatcher
    146. 2010: Kevin Hatcher
    147. 2010: Dr. V. George Nagobads
    148. 2010: Jeremy Roenick
    149. 2011: Chris Chelios
    150. 2011: Mike Emrick
    151. 2011: Ed Snider
    152. 2011: Gary Suter
    153. 2011: Keith Tkachuk
    154. 2012: Lou Lamoriello
    155. 2012: Mike Modano
    156. 2012: Eddie Olczyk
    157. 2013: Cindy Curly
    158. 2013: Bill Guerin
    159. 2013: Peter Karmanos
    160. 2013: Ron Mason
    161. 2013: Doug Weight
    162. 2014: Karyn Bye Dietz
    163. 2014: Brian Rafalski
    164. 2014: Jeff Sauer
    165. 2014: Lou Vairo
    166. 2015: Ron DeGregorio
    167. 2015: Chris Drury
    168. 2015: Angela Ruggiero
    169. 2015: Mathieu Schneider
    170. 2016: Bill Belisle
    171. 2016: Craig Janney
    172. 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    173. 2017: Kevin Collins
    174. 2017: Jack Parker
    175. 2017: Ben Smith
    176. 2017: Ron Wilson
    177. 2017: Scott Young
    178. 2018: Red Berenson
    179. 2018: Natalie Darwitz
    180. 2018: Hago Harrington
    181. 2018: David Poile
    182. 2018: Paul Stewart
    183. 2019: Gary Bettman
    184. 2019: Brian Gionta
    185. 2019: Neal Henderson
    186. 2019: Tim Thomas
    187. 2019: Krissy Wendell
    188. 2020: Dean Blais
    189. 2020: Tony Granato
    190. 2020: Jenny Potter
    191. 2020: Jerry York
    192. 2021: Stan Fischler
    193. 2021: Paul Holmgren
    194. 2021: Peter McNab

    TEAMS IN THE U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

    01. 2000: 1960 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    02. 2003: 1980 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    03. 2009: 1998 Women’s U.S. Olympic Team
    04. 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team

    01. 2000: 1960 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team

    01. Coach: Jack Riley, Jr.
    02. Manager: James Claypool
    03. Trainer: Ben Bertini
    04. Goaltender: Jack McCartan
    05. Goaltender: Larry Palmer
    06. Defensemen: Jack Kirrane
    07. Defensemen: John Mayasich
    08. Defensemen: Robert Owen
    09. Defensemen: Rod Paavola
    10. Center: Bob McVey
    11. Center: Paul Johnson
    12. Center: Thomas Williams
    13. Winger: **** Rodenhiser
    14. Winger: **** Meredith
    15. Winger: Weldy Olson
    16. Winger: William Cleary
    17. Winger: Robert Cleary
    18. Winger: Roger Christian
    19. Winger: Bill Christian
    20. Winger: Gene Grazia

    02. 2003: 1980 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team

    01. Head Coach: Herb Brooks
    02. Assistant Coach: Craig Patrick
    03. Manager: Ralph Jasinski
    04. Goalie Coach: Warren Strelow
    05. Physician: Dr. V. George Nagobads
    06. Trainer: Gary Smith
    07. Equipment Manager: Bud Kessel
    08. Goaltender: Jim Craig
    09. Goaltender: Steve Janaszak
    10. Defensemen: Bill Baker
    11. Defensemen: Dave Christian
    12. Defensemen: Ken Morrow
    13. Defensemen: Jack O’Callahan
    14. Defensemen: Mike Ramsey
    15. Defensemen: Bob Suter
    16. Forward: Neal Broten
    17. Forward: Steve Christoff
    18. Forward: Mike Eruzione
    19. Forward: John Harrington
    20. Forward: Mark Johnson
    21. Forward: Rob McClanahan
    22. Forward: Mark Pavelich
    23. Forward: Buzz Schneider
    24. Forward: Dave Silk
    25. Forward: Eric Strobel
    26. Forward: Phil Verchota
    27. Forward: Mark Wells

    03. 2009: 1998 Women’s U.S. Olympic Team

    01. Head Coach: Ben Smith
    02. Assistant Coach: Tom Mutch
    03. Women’s Olympic Team Chairman: Bob Allen
    04. Team Leader: Amie Hilles
    05. Media Relations Manager: Kris Pleimann
    06. Team Physician: Sandra Glasson
    07. Athletic Trainer: Jeanna Schepman
    08. Equipment Manager: Bob Webster
    09. Goaltender: Sara DeCosta
    10. Goaltender: Sarah Tueting
    11. Defensemen: Tara Mounsey
    12. Defensemen: Angela Ruggiero
    13. Defensemen: Colleen Coyne
    14. Defensemen: Sue Merz
    15. Defensemen: Vicki Movsessian
    16. Defensemen: Chris Bailey
    17. Forward: Lisa Brown-Miller
    18. Forward: Karyn Bye-Dietz
    19. Forward: Laurie Baker
    20. Forward: Sandra Whyte
    21. Forward: A.J. Mleczko
    22. Forward: Jenny Schmidgall
    23. Forward: Shelley Looney
    24. Forward: Alana Blahoski
    25. Forward: Katie King
    26. Forward: Cammi Granato
    27. Forward: Gretchen Ulion
    28. Forward: Tricia Dunn

    04. 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team

    01. General Manager: Lou Lamoriello
    02. Assistant General Manager: Jack Ferreira
    03. Team Leader: Brian Petrovek
    04. Head Coach: Ron Wilson
    05. Assistant Coach: John Cunniff
    06. Assistant Coach: Paul Holmgren
    07. Assistant Coach: Keith Allain
    08. Equipment Manager: Bob Webster
    09. Equipment Manager: Chris Kincaid
    10. Medical Trainer: Peter Demers
    11. Masseur: Hans-Juergen Merz
    12. Physician: Barry Fisher
    13. Public Relations: Darryl Seibel
    14. Public Relations/Team Service: Rick Minch
    15. Goaltender: Jim Carey
    16. Goaltender: Guy Hebert
    17. Goaltender: Mike Richter
    18. Defensemen: Shawn Chambers
    19. Defensemen: Chris Chelios
    20. Defensemen: Derian Hatcher
    21. Defensemen: Kevin Hatcher
    22. Defensemen: Phil Housley
    23. Defensemen: Brian Leetch
    24. Defensemen: Mathieu Schneider
    25. Defensemen: Gary Suter
    26. Forward: Tony Amonte
    27. Forward: Adam Deadmarsh
    28. Forward: Bill Guerin
    29. Forward: Brett Hull
    30. Forward: Steve Konowalchuk
    31. Forward: Pat LaFontaine
    32. Forward: John LeClair
    33. Forward: Shawn McEachern
    34. Forward: Mike Modano
    35. Forward: Joel Otto
    36. Forward: Brian Rolston
    37. Forward: Bryan Smolinski
    38. Forward: Keith Tkachuk
    39. Forward: Doug Weight
    40. Forward: Scott Young

    TWO-TIME INDUCTEES INTO THE U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

    01. 1976: William Cleary / 2000: 1960 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    02. 1976: John Mayasich / 2000: 1960 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    03. 1979: Jack Riley, Jr. / 2000: 1960 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    04. 1981: Robert Cleary / 2000: 1960 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    05. 1981: Thomas Williams / 2000: 1960 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    06. 1983: Jack McCartan / 2000: 1960 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    07. 1984: Bill Christian / 2000: 1960 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    08. 1987: Jack Kirrane / 2000: 1960 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    09. 1989: Roger Christian / 2000: 1960 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    10. 1990: Herb Brooks / 2003: 1980 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    11. 1995: James Claypool / 2000: 1960 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    12. 1995: Ken Morrow / 2003: 1980 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    13. 1996: Craig Patrick / 2003: 1980 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    14. 2000: Neal Broten / 2003: 1980 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    15. 2001: Dave Christian / 2003: 1980 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    16. 2001: Paul Johnson / 2000: 1960 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    17. 2001: Mike Ramsey / 2003: 1980 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    18. 2003: John Cunniff / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    19. 2003: Pat LaFontaine / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    20. 2004: Phil Housley / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    21. 2004: Mark Johnson / 2003: 1980 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    22. 2008: Cammi Granato / 2009: 1998 Women’s U.S. Olympic Team
    23. 2008: Brett Hull / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    24. 2008: Brian Leetch / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    25. 2008: Mike Richter / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    26. 2009: Tony Amonte / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    27. 2009: John LeClair / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    28. 2010: Derian Hatcher / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    29. 2010: Kevin Hatcher / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    30. 2010: Dr. V. George Nagobads / 2003: 1980 Men’s U.S. Olympic Team
    31. 2011: Chris Chelios / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    32. 2011: Gary Suter / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    33. 2011: Keith Tkachuk / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    34. 2012: Lou Lamoriello / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    35. 2012: Mike Modano / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    36. 2013: Bill Guerin / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    37. 2013: Doug Weight / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    38. 2014: Karyn Bye-Dietz / 2009: 1998 Women’s U.S. Olympic Team
    39. 2015: Angela Ruggiero / 2009: 1998 Women’s U.S. Olympic Team
    40. 2015: Mathieu Schneider / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    41. 2017: Ben Smith / 2009: 1998 Women’s U.S. Olympic Team
    42. 2017: Ron Wilson / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    43. 2017: Scott Young / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team
    44. 2021: Paul Holmgren / 2016: 1996 Men’s World Cup Team

    TWO-TIME INDUCTEES IN THE TEAM CATEGORY

    01. 2009 / 2016 – Bob Webster: Equipment Manager
    1998 Women’s U.S. Olympic Team / 1996 Men’s World Cup Team

    HOCKEY HALL OF FAME /
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1945 / 1973 – Hobey Baker
    02. 1966 / 1973 – Frank Brimsek
    03. 1961 / 1973 – George Brown
    04. 1962 / 1973 – Walter Brown
    05. 1952 / 1973 – Moose Goheen
    06. 1965 / 1973 – Thomas Lockhart
    07. 1985 / 1973 – John Mariucci
    08. 1978 / 1973 – William Tutt
    09. 1964 / 1974 – William Chadwick
    10. 2000 / 1980 – Walter Bush
    11. 1975 / 1981 – William Jennings
    12. 1976 / 1984 – Bill Wirtz
    13. 2006 / 1990 – Herb Brooks
    14. 1992 / 1991 – Bob Johnson
    15. 2001 / 1996 – Craig Patrick
    16. 2000 / 1998 – Joe Mullen
    17. 2002 / 1999 – Rod Langway
    18. 2011 / 2003 – Mark Howe
    19. 2003 / 2003 – Pat LaFontaine
    20. 2015 / 2004 – Phil Housley
    21. 2003 / 2004 – Mike Illitch
    22. 2010 / 2008 – Cammi Granato
    23. 2009 / 2008 – Brett Hull
    24. 2009 / 2008 – Brian Leetch
    25. 2013 / 2011 – Chris Chelios
    26. 1988 / 2011 – Ed Snider
    27. 2009 / 2012 – Lou Lamoriello
    28. 2014 / 2012 – Mike Modano
    29. 2015 / 2013 – Peter Karmanos
    30. 2015 / 2015 – Angela Ruggiero
    31. 2018 / 2019 – Gary Bettman
    32. 2019 / 2020 – Jerry York

    INDUCTED INTO BOTH,
    THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME AND
    THE U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME,
    IN THE SAME YEAR


    01. 2003 / 2003 – Pat LaFontaine
    02. 2015 / 2015 – Angela Ruggiero

    INDUCTED POSTHUMOUSLY INTO
    THE U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME


    01. 1973: Taffy Abel
    02. 1973: Hobey Baker
    03. 1973: George Brown
    04. 1973: Walter Brown
    05. 1973: Doc Gibson
    06. 1973: Malcolm Gordon
    07. 1973: Edward Jeremiah
    08. 1973: Ding Palmer
    09. 1973: Ralph Winsor
    10. 1973: Coddy Winters
    11. 1973: Lyle Wright
    12. 1975: Joseph Linder
    13. 1981: William Jennings
    14. 1982: Bill Stewart
    15. 1987: Muzz Murray, Sr.
    16. 1992: James Fullerton
    17. 1995: James Claypool
    18. 1997: William Nyrop
    19. 1998: Bruce Mather
    20. 2000: Rod Paavola
    21. 2002: Joe Riley
    22. 2003: John Cunniff
    23. 2005: Maurice Roberts
    24. 2006: Curly Brink
    25. 2007: John MacInnes
    26. 2009: Bob Allen
    27. 2009: Frank Zamboni
    28. 2018: Hago Harrington

    NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE HEAD COACHES
    INDUCTED INTO THE U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME


    01. 1982: Bill Stewart
    02. 1990: Herb Brooks
    03. 1991: Robbie Ftorek
    04. 1991: Bob Johnson
    05. 1994: Ned Harkness
    06. 1996: Craig Patrick
    07. 1998: Lou Nanne
    08. 2000: Larry Pleau
    09. 2003: Herb Brooks
    10. 2003: John Cunniff
    11. 2006: Mike Milbury
    12. 2012: Lou Lamoriello
    13. 2016: Paul Holmgren
    14. 2016: Lou Lamoriello
    15. 2016: Ron Wilson
    16. 2017: Ron Wilson

    17. 2018: Red Berenson
    18. 2020: Tony Granato
    19. 2021: Paul Holmgren

    HEAD COACHES IN THE U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    ALL HOCKEY LEAGUES COMBINED


    01. 1973: Malcolm Gordon
    02. 1973: John Mariucci
    03. 1973: Clifford Thompson
    04. 1973: Ralph Winsor
    05. 1974: John Kelley
    06. 1977: Eddie Olson
    07. 1979: Jack Riley, Jr.
    08. 1982: Cal Marvin
    09. 1982: Bill Stewart
    10. 1983: Oscar Almquist
    11. 1988: Larry Ross
    12. 1990: Herb Brooks
    13. 1990: Willard Ikola
    14. 1991: Robbie Ftorek
    15. 1991: Bob Johnson
    16. 1991: John Matchefts
    17. 1992: Amo Bessone
    18. 1992: Len Ceglarski
    19. 1994: Ned Harkness
    20. 1996: Craig Patrick
    21. 1996: Serge Gambucci
    22. 1998: Lou Nanne
    23. 1999: Sid Watson
    24. 2000: Larry Pleau
    25. 2000: Jack Riley, Jr.
    26. 2002: Doug Woog
    27. 2003: Herb Brooks
    28. 2003: John Cunniff
    29. 2006: Mike Milbury
    30. 2007: John MacInnes
    31. 2009: Tom Mutch
    32. 2009: Ben Smith
    33. 2012: Lou Lamoriello
    34. 2013: Cindy Curly
    35. 2013: Ron Mason
    36. 2014: Jeff Sauer
    37. 2014: Lou Vairo
    38. 2016: Paul Holmgren
    39. 2016: Steve Konowalchuk
    40. 2016: Lou Lamoriello
    41. 2016: Ron Wilson

    42. 2017: Jack Parker
    43. 2017: Ben Smith
    44. 2017: Ron Wilson
    45. 2018: Hago Harrington
    46. 2018: Red Berenson
    47. 2020: Tony Granato
    48. 2021: Paul Holmgren

    GOALTENDERS IN THE U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

    01. 1973: Frank Brimsek
    02. 1973: Mike Karakas
    03. 1973: Sam LoPresti
    04. 1978: Hub Nelson
    05. 1983: Jack McCartan
    06. 1988: Richard Desmond
    07. 1988: Larry Ross
    08. 1990: Willard Ikola
    09. 1998: Mike Curran
    10. 2000: Jack McCartan
    11. 2000: Larry Palmer
    12. 2003: Jim Craig
    13. 2003: Steve Janaszak
    14. 2005: Maurice Roberts
    15. 2007: John MacInnes
    16. 2007: John Vanbiesbrouck
    17. 2008: Mike Richter
    18. 2009: Tom Barrasso
    19. 2009: Sara DeCosta
    20. 2009: Sarah Tueting
    21. 2015: Ron DeGregorio
    22. 2016: Keith Allain
    23. 2016: Jim Carey
    24. 2016: Jack Ferreira
    25. 2016: Guy Hebert
    26. 2016: Brian Petrovek
    27. 2016: Mike Richter
    28. 2019: Tim Thomas

    CANADIANS IN THE U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

    01. 1973: Doc Gibson
    02. 1973: George Owen, Jr.
    03. 1973: Lyle Wright
    04. 1994: Ned Harkness
    05. 1997: Tim Sheehy
    06. 1998: Lou Nanne
    07. 2003: Richard Dougherty
    08. 2005: Huffer Christiansen
    09. 2005: Murray Williamson
    10. 2007: John MacInnes
    11. 2008: Brett Hull
    12. 2013: Ron Mason
    13. 2016: Adam Deadmarsh
    14. 2016: Brett Hull
    15. 2018: Red Berenson
    16. 2018: David Poile
    17. 2021: Peter McNab

    BLACK U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES

    01. 2019: Neal Henderson

    HEAD COACH AND REFEREE IN
    THE U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME


    01. 1982: Bill Stewart

    REFEREES AND LINESMEN IN
    THE U.S HOCKEY HALL OF FAME


    01. 1974: William Chadwick
    02. 1982: Bill Stewart
    03. 1985: Harold Trumble
    04. 1992: James Fullerton
    05. 2017: Kevin Collins
    06. 2018: Paul Stewart

    WOMEN IN THE U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

    01. 2008: Cammi Granato
    02. 2009: Amie Hilles
    03. 2009: Kris Pleimann
    04. 2009: Sandra Glasson
    05. 2009: Jeanna Schepman
    06. 2009: Sara DeCosta
    07. 2009: Sarah Tueting
    08. 2009: Tara Mounsey
    09. 2009: Angela Ruggiero
    10. 2009: Colleen Coyne
    11. 2009: Sue Merz
    12. 2009: Vicki Movsessian
    13. 2009: Chris Bailey
    14. 2009: Lisa Brown-Miller
    15. 2009: Karyn Bye-Dietz
    16. 2009: Laurie Baker
    17. 2009: Sandra Whyte
    18. 2009: A.J. Mleczko
    19. 2009: Jenny Schmidgall
    20. 2009: Shelley Looney
    21. 2009: Alana Blahoski
    22. 2009: Katie King
    23. 2009: Cammi Granato
    24. 2009: Gretchen Ulion
    25. 2009: Tricia Dunn
    22. 2013: Cindy Curly
    23. 2014: Karyn Bye-Dietz
    24. 2015: Angela Ruggiero
    25. 2018: Natalie Darwitz
    26. 2019: Krissy Wendell
    27. 2020: Jenny Potter

    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES
    ASSOCIATED WITH THE NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE


    01. 1973: Taffy Abel
    02. 1973: Frank Brimsek
    03. 1973: George Brown
    04. 1973: Walter Brown
    05. 1973: Cully Dahlstrom
    06. 1973: Edward Jeremiah
    07. 1973: Mike Karakas
    08. 1973: Myles Lane
    09. 1973: Thomas Lockhart
    10. 1973: Sam LoPresti
    11. 1973: John Mariucci
    12. 1973: George Owen, Jr.
    13. 1973: Doc Romnes
    14. 1974: William Chadwick
    15. 1974: Victor Desjardins
    16. 1974: Victor Heyliger
    17. 1974: Virgil Johnson
    18. 1974: William Moe
    19. 1974: Fido Purpur
    20. 1976: Robert Ridder
    21. 1978: Peter Bessone
    22. 1979: Bob Dill
    23. 1980: Walter Bush
    24. 1981: William Jennings
    25. 1981: Thomas Williams
    26. 1982: William Stewart
    27. 1983: Jack McCartan
    28. 1984: Bill Wirtz
    29. 1985: Robert Blake
    30. 1986: Ken Yackel
    31. 1988: Larry Ross
    32. 1989: Robert Paradise
    33. 1990: Herb Brooks
    34. 1990: Willard Ikola
    35. 1991: Robbie Ftorek
    36. 1991: Bob Johnson
    37. 1992: James Fullerton
    38. 1993: Jack Kelley
    39. 1993: David Langevin
    40. 1994: Wally Grant
    41. 1994: Ned Harkness
    42. 1995: Henry Boucha
    43. 1995: Ken Morrow
    44. 1996: Reed Larson
    45. 1996: Craig Patrick
    46. 1997: William Nyrop
    47. 1997: Tim Sheehy
    48. 1998: Joe Mullen
    49. 1998: Lou Nanne
    50. 1999: Rod Langway
    51. 1999: Gordie Roberts
    52. 2000: Neal Broten
    53. 2000: Doug Palazzari
    54. 2000: Larry Pleau
    55. 2001: Dave Christian
    56. 2001: Mike Ramsey
    57. 2002: Mark Fusco
    58. 2003: Bill Baker
    59. 2003: Steve Christoff
    60. 2003: Jim Craig
    61. 2003: John Cunniff
    62. 2003: Mark Howe
    63. 2003: Steve Janaszak
    64. 2003: Pat LaFontaine
    65. 2003: Rob McClanahan
    66. 2003: Jack O’Callahan
    67. 2003: Mark Pavelich
    68. 2003: Dave Silk
    69. 2003: Warren Strelow
    70. 2004: Phil Housley
    71. 2004: Mark Johnson
    72. 2004: Mike Illitch
    73. 2005: Maurice Roberts
    74. 2006: Curly Brink
    75. 2006: Gary Gambucci
    76. 2006: Mike Milbury
    77. 2007: Aaron Broten
    78. 2007: Bobby Carpenter
    79. 2007: John Vanbiesbrouck
    80. 2008: Brett Hull
    81. 2008: Brian Leetch
    82. 2008: Mike Richter
    83. 2009: Tony Amonte
    84. 2009: Tom Barrasso
    85. 2009: John LeClair
    86. 2009: Bob Webster
    87. 2009: Frank Zamboni
    88. 2010: Art Berglund
    89. 2010: Derian Hatcher
    90. 2010: Kevin Hatcher
    91. 2010: Jeremy Roenick
    92. 2011: Chris Chelios
    93. 2011: Mike Emrick
    94. 2011: Ed Snider
    95. 2011: Gary Suter
    96. 2011: Keith Tkachuk
    97. 2012: Lou Lamoriello
    98. 2012: Mike Modano
    99. 2012: Eddie Olczyk
    100. 2013: Bill Guerin
    101. 2013: Peter Karmanos
    102. 2013: Doug Weight
    103. 2014: Brian Rafalski
    104. 2015: Chris Drury
    105. 2015: Mathieu Schneider
    106. 2016: Keith Allain
    107. 2016: Jim Carey
    108. 2016: Shawn Chambers
    109. 2016: Adam Deadmarsh
    110. 2016: Peter Demers
    111. 2016: Jack Ferreira
    112. 2016: Barry Fisher
    113. 2016: Guy Hebert
    114. 2016: Craig Janney
    115. 2016: Chris Kincaid
    116. 2016: Steve Konowalchuk
    117. 2016: Shawn McEachern
    118. 2016: Hans-Juergen Merz
    119. 2016: Joel Otto
    120. 2016: Brian Petrovek
    121. 2016: Brian Rolston
    122. 2016: Bryan Smolinski
    123. 2017: Kevin Collins
    124. 2017: Ron Wilson
    125. 2017: Scott Young
    126. 2018: Red Berenson
    127. 2018: Hago Harrington
    128. 2018: David Poile
    129. 2018: Paul Stewart
    130. 2019: Gary Bettman
    131. 2019: Brian Gionta
    132. 2019: Tim Thomas
    133. 2020: Dean Blais
    134. 2020: Tony Granato
    135. 2021: Paul Holmgren
    136. 2021: Peter McNab

    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES
    NOT ASSOCIATED WITH THE NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE


    01. 1973: Hobey Baker
    02. 1973: John Chase
    03. 1973: John B. Garrison
    04. 1973: Doc Gibson
    05. 1973: Moose Goheen
    06. 1973: Malcolm Gordon
    07. 1973: Ding Palmer
    08. 1973: Clifford Thompson
    09. 1973: William Tutt
    10. 1973: Ralph Winsor
    11. 1973: Coddy Winters
    12. 1973: Lyle Wright
    13. 1974: Ray Chaisson
    14. 1974: Doug Everett
    15. 1974: John Kelley
    16. 1975: Anthony Conroy
    17. 1975: Austie Harding
    18. 1975: Stewart Inglehart
    19. 1975: Joseph Linder
    20. 1975: Fred Moseley
    21. 1976: William Cleary
    22. 1976: John Mayasich
    23. 1977: Earl Bartholome
    24. 1977: Eddie Olson
    25. 1977: William Riley
    26. 1978: Donald Clark
    27. 1978: Hub Nelson
    28. 1979: Jack Riley, Jr.
    29. 1980: Nick Kahler
    30. 1981: Robert Cleary
    31. 1982: Cal Marvin
    32. 1983: Oscar Almquist
    33. 1984: Bill Christian
    34. 1985: Richard Rondeau
    35. 1985: Harold Trumble
    36. 1986: Jack Garrity
    37. 1987: Jack Kirrane
    38. 1987: Muzz Murray, Sr.
    39. 1988: Richard Desmond
    40. 1989: Roger Christian
    41. 1990: Connie Pleban
    42. 1991: John Matchefts
    43. 1992: Amo Bessone
    44. 1992: Len Ceglarski
    45. 1993: Charles Schulz
    46. 1994: Joe Cavanagh
    47. 1994: Wally Grant
    48. 1995: James Claypool
    49. 1996: Serge Gambucci
    50. 1997: Charlie Holt
    51. 1998: Mike Curran
    52. 1998: Bruce Mather
    53. 1999: Sid Watson
    54. 2000: Ben Bertini
    55. 2000: Gene Grazia
    56. 2000: Bob McVey
    57. 2000: **** Meredith
    58. 2000: Weldy Olson
    59. 2000: Robert Owen
    60. 2000: Rod Paavola
    61. 2000: **** Rodenhiser
    62. 2001: Paul Johnson
    63. 2002: Scott Fusco
    64. 2002: Joe Riley
    65. 2002: Doug Woog
    66. 2003: Richard Dougherty
    67. 2003: Mike Eruzione
    68. 2003: John Harrington
    69. 2003: Ralph Jasinski
    70. 2003: Bud Kessel
    71. 2003: Buzz Schneider
    72. 2003: Gary Smith
    73. 2003: Eric Strobel
    74. 2003: Phil Verchota
    75. 2003: Mark Wells
    76. 2004: Paul Coppo
    77. 2005: Huffer Christiansen
    78. 2005: Lane MacDonald
    79. 2005: Murray Williamson
    80. 2007: John MacInnes
    81. 2008: Cammi Granato
    82. 2009: Ben Smith
    83. 2009: Tom Mutch
    84. 2009: Bob Allen
    85. 2009: Amie Hilles
    86. 2009: Kris Pleimann
    87. 2009: Sandra Glasson
    88. 2009: Jeanna Schepman
    89. 2009: Sara DeCosta
    90. 2009: Sarah Tueting
    91. 2009: Tara Mounsey
    92. 2009: Colleen Coyne
    93. 2009: Sue Merz
    94. 2009: Vicki Movsessian
    95. 2009: Chris Bailey
    96. 2009: Lisa Brown-Miller
    97. 2009: Karyn Bye-Dietz
    98. 2009: Laurie Baker
    99. 2009: Sandra Whyte
    100. 2009: A.J. Mleczko
    101. 2009: Jenny Schmidgall
    102. 2009: Shelley Looney
    103. 2009: Alana Blahoski
    104. 2009: Katie King
    105. 2009: Gretchen Ulion
    106. 2009: Tricia Dunn
    107. 2010: Dr. V. George Nagobads
    108. 2013: Cindy Curly
    109. 2013: Ron Mason
    110. 2014: Karyn Bye Dietz
    111. 2014: Jeff Sauer
    112. 2014: Lou Vairo
    113. 2015: Ron DeGregorio
    114. 2015: Angela Ruggiero
    115. 2016: Bill Belisle
    116. 2016: Rick Minch
    117. 2016: Darryl Seibel
    118. 2017: Jack Parker
    119. 2017: Ben Smith
    120. 2018: Natalie Darwitz
    121. 2019: Neal Henderson
    122. 2019: Krissy Wendell
    123. 2020: Jenny Potter
    124. 2020: Jerry York
    125. 2021: Stan Fischler

    THE NUMBER OF U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES
    EACH NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE FRANCHISE HAS;
    ALL CATEGORIES COMBINED


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

    NOTE: Jack O’Callahan and Eddie Olczyk are the only players in the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame who played for both, the Chicago Black Hawks and the Chicago Blackhawks.

    NOTE: Prior to the 1986–87 NHL 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.


    NEW YORK RANGERS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1973: Taffy Abel
    02. 1973: Myles Lane
    03. 1973: Thomas Lockhart
    04. 1974: Victor Desjardins
    05. 1974: William Moe
    06. 1979: Bob Dill
    07. 1981: William Jennings
    08. 1983: Jack McCartan
    09. 1990: Herb Brooks
    10. 1991: Robbie Ftorek
    11. 1996: Craig Patrick
    12. 2000: Larry Pleau
    13. 2003: Bill Baker
    14. 2003: Pat LaFontaine
    15. 2003: Rob McClanahan
    16. 2003: Mark Pavelich
    17. 2003: Dave Silk
    18. 2007: Bobby Carpenter
    19. 2007: John Vanbiesbrouck
    20. 2008: Brian Leetch
    21. 2008: Mike Richter
    22. 2009: Tony Amonte
    23. 2010: Kevin Hatcher
    24. 2012: Eddie Olczyk
    25. 2013: Doug Weight
    26. 2015: Chris Drury
    27. 2015: Mathieu Schneider
    28. 2016: Jack Ferreira
    29. 2016: Guy Hebert
    30. 2018: Red Berenson
    31. 2020: Tony Granato

    BOSTON BRUINS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1973: Frank Brimsek
    02. 1973: George Brown
    03. 1973: Walter Brown
    04. 1973: Edward Jeremiah
    05. 1973: Myles Lane
    06. 1973: George Owen, Jr.
    07. 1981: Thomas Williams
    08. 1985: Robert Blake
    09. 1986: Ken Yackel
    10. 1991: Robbie Ftorek
    11. 1996: Reed Larson
    12. 1998: Joe Mullen
    13. 1999: Gordie Roberts
    14. 2001: Dave Christian
    15. 2003: Jim Craig
    16. 2003: John Cunniff
    17. 2003: Dave Silk
    18. 2005: Maurice Roberts
    19. 2006: Mike Milbury
    20. 2007: Bobby Carpenter
    21. 2008: Brian Leetch
    22. 2013: Bill Guerin
    23. 2016: Jim Carey
    24. 2016: Craig Janney
    25. 2016: Shawn McEachern
    26. 2016: Brian Rolston
    27. 2016: Bryan Smolinski
    28. 2018: Hago Harrington
    29. 2019: Brian Gionta
    30. 2019: Tim Thomas
    31. 2021: Peter McNab

    MINNESOTA NORTH STARS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1973: John Mariucci
    02. 1976: Robert Ridder
    03. 1979: Bob Dill
    04. 1980: Walter Bush
    05. 1981: Thomas Williams
    06. 1989: Robert Paradise
    07. 1990: Herb Brooks
    08. 1993: David Langevin
    09. 1995: Henry Boucha
    10. 1996: Reed Larson
    11. 1997: William Nyrop
    12. 1998: Lou Nanne
    13. 1999: Gordie Roberts
    14. 2000: Neal Broten
    15. 2003: Steve Christoff
    16. 2003: Jim Craig
    17. 2003: Steve Janaszak
    18. 2003: Mark Pavelich
    19. 2004: Mark Johnson
    20. 2006: Gary Gambucci
    21. 2007: Aaron Broten
    22. 2010: Derian Hatcher
    23. 2012: Mike Modano
    24. 2016: Shawn Chambers
    25. 2016: Jack Ferreira
    26. 2017: Ron Wilson
    27. 2021: Paul Holmgren

    CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS /
    CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1973: Taffy Abel
    02. 1973: Frank Brimsek
    03. 1973: Cully Dahlstrom
    04. 1973: Mike Karakas
    05. 1973: Sam LoPresti
    06. 1973: John Mariucci
    07. 1973: Doc Romnes
    08. 1974: Victor Desjardins
    09. 1974: Victor Heyliger
    10. 1974: Virgil Johnson
    11. 1974: Fido Purpur
    12. 1979: Bob Dill
    13. 1982: Bill Stewart
    14. 1984: Bill Wirtz
    15. 1992: James Fullerton
    16. 2001: Dave Christian
    17. 2003: Jack O’Callahan
    18. 2004: Phil Housley
    19. 2005: Maurice Roberts
    20. 2009: Tony Amonte
    21. 2010: Jeremy Roenick
    22. 2011: Chris Chelios
    23. 2011: Gary Suter
    24. 2012: Eddie Olczyk
    25. 2016: Bryan Smolinski

    CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1973: Taffy Abel
    02. 1973: Frank Brimsek
    03. 1973: Cully Dahlstrom
    04. 1973: Mike Karakas
    05. 1973: Sam LoPresti
    06. 1973: John Mariucci
    07.. 1973: Doc Romnes
    08. 1974: Victor Desjardins
    09. 1974: Victor Heyliger
    10. 1974: Virgil Johnson
    11. 1974: Fido Purpur
    12. 1979: Bob Dill
    13. 1982: Bill Stewart
    14. 1984: Bill Wirtz
    15. 1992: James Fullerton
    16. 2001: Dave Christian
    17. 2005: Maurice Roberts

    CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2004: Phil Housley
    02. 2009: Tony Amonte
    03. 2010: Jeremy Roenick
    04. 2011: Chris Chelios
    05. 2011: Gary Suter
    06. 2016: Bryan Smolinski

    CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS / BLACKHAWKS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2003: Jack O’Callahan
    02. 2012: Eddie Olczyk

    DETROIT RED WINGS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1974: Fido Purpur
    02. 1978: Peter Bessone
    03. 1991: Robbie Ftorek
    04. 1993: Jack Kelley
    05. 1994: Ned Harkness
    06. 1995: Henry Boucha
    07. 1996: Reed Larson
    08. 1997: Tim Sheehy
    09. 2001: Mike Ramsey
    10. 2003: Mark Howe
    11. 2003: Dave Silk
    12. 2004: Mike Illitch
    13. 2008: Brett Hull
    14. 2010: Derian Hatcher
    15. 2011: Chris Chelios
    16. 2012: Mike Modano
    17. 2014: Brian Rafalski
    18. 2015: Mathieu Schneider
    19. 2018: Red Berenson
    20. 2020: Tony Granato

    ST. LOUIS BLUES
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1996: Craig Patrick
    02. 1998: Joe Mullen
    03. 1999: Gordie Roberts
    04. 2000: Larry Pleau
    05. 2001: Dave Christian
    06. 2003: Bill Baker
    07. 2004: Phil Housley
    08. 2004: Mark Johnson
    09. 2008: Brett Hull
    10. 2009: Tom Barrasso
    11. 2010: Art Berglund
    12. 2011: Keith Tkachuk
    13. 2013: Bill Guerin
    14. 2013: Doug Weight
    15. 2016: Keith Allain
    16. 2016: Jim Carey
    17. 2016: Guy Hebert
    18. 2016: Craig Janney
    19. 2017: Scott Young
    20. 2018: Red Berenson

    NEW JERSEY DEVILS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1990: Herb Brooks
    02. 1991: Robbie Ftorek
    03. 2000: Neal Broten
    04. 2003: John Cunniff
    05. 2003: Jack O’Callahan
    06. 2003: Warren Strelow
    07. 2004: Phil Housley
    08. 2004: Mark Johnson
    09. 2007: Aaron Broten
    10. 2007: Bobby Carpenter
    11. 2007: John Vanbiesbrouck
    12. 2012: Lou Lamoriello
    13. 2013: Bill Guerin
    14. 2014: Brian Rafalski
    15. 2016: Barry Fisher
    16. 2016: Hans-Juergen Merz
    17. 2016: Shawn Chambers
    18. 2016: Brian Petrovek
    19. 2016: Brian Rolston
    20. 2019: Brian Gionta
    21. 2021: Peter McNab

    PITTSBURGH PENGUINS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1989: Robert Paradise
    02. 1990: Herb Brooks
    03. 1991: Bob Johnson
    04. 1993: Jack Kelley
    05. 1996: Craig Patrick
    06. 1998: Joe Mullen
    07. 1999: Gordie Roberts
    08. 2001: Mike Ramsey
    09. 2004: Mark Johnson
    10. 2009: Tom Barrasso
    11. 2009: John LeClair
    12. 2010: Kevin Hatcher
    13. 2012: Eddie Olczyk
    14. 2013: Bill Guerin
    15. 2016: Shawn McEachern
    16. 2016: Bryan Smolinski
    17. 2017: Scott Young
    18. 2020: Tony Granato

    NEW YORK ISLANDERS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1990: Willard Ikola
    02. 1992: James Fullerton
    03. 1993: David Langevin
    04. 1995: Ken Morrow
    05. 1996: Reed Larson
    06. 2003: Pat LaFontaine
    07. 2006: Mike Milbury
    08. 2007: John Vanbiesbrouck
    09. 2012: Lou Lamoriello
    10. 2013: Bill Guerin
    11. 2013: Doug Weight
    12. 2015: Mathieu Schneider
    13. 2016: Craig Janney
    14. 2016: Brian Rolston
    15. 2016: Bryan Smolinski

    WASHINGTON CAPITALS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1981: Thomas Williams
    02. 1989: Robert Paradise
    03. 1996: Craig Patrick
    04. 1999: Rod Langway
    05. 2001: Dave Christian
    06. 2003: Warren Strelow
    07. 2004: Phil Housley
    08. 2007: Bobby Carpenter
    09. 2010: Kevin Hatcher
    10. 2016: Keith Allain
    11. 2016: Jim Carey
    12. 2016: Shawn Chambers
    13. 2016: Steve Konowalchuk
    14. 2017: Ron Wilson
    15. 2018: David Poile

    LOS ANGELES KINGS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1991: Robbie Ftorek
    02. 1993: David Langevin
    03. 2000: Neal Broten
    04. 2003: Steve Christoff
    05. 2007: Bobby Carpenter
    06. 2010: Jeremy Roenick
    07. 2012: Eddie Olczyk
    08. 2015: Mathieu Schneider
    09. 2016: Peter Demers
    10. 2016: Hans-Juergen Merz
    11. 2016: Adam Deadmarsh
    12. 2016: Shawn McEachern
    13. 2016: Bryan Smolinski
    14. 2020: Tony Granato

    MONTREAL CANADIENS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1973: Mike Karakas
    02. 1997: William Nyrop
    03. 1999: Rod Langway
    04. 2000: Larry Pleau
    05. 2003: Bill Baker
    06. 2009: John LeClair
    07. 2011: Chris Chelios
    08. 2015: Mathieu Schneider
    09. 2016: Bryan Smolinski
    10. 2018: Red Berenson
    11. 2018: Hago Harrington
    12. 2019: Brian Gionta

    HARTFORD WHALERS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1988: Larry Ross
    02. 1997: Tim Sheehy
    03. 1999: Gordie Roberts
    04. 2000: Larry Pleau
    05. 2002: Mark Fusco
    06. 2003: John Cunniff
    07. 2003: Mark Howe
    08. 2003: Rob McClanahan
    09. 2004: Mark Johnson
    10. 2017: Scott Young
    11. 2021: Paul Holmgren

    PHILADELPHIA FLYERS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1999: Gordie Roberts
    02. 2003: Mark Howe
    03. 2007: John Vanbiesbrouck
    04. 2009: Tony Amonte
    05. 2009: John LeClair
    06. 2010: Derian Hatcher
    07. 2010: Jeremy Roenick
    08. 2011: Ed Snider
    09. 2016: Joel Otto
    10. 2021: Paul Holmgren

    TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1973: Doc Romnes
    02. 2004: Phil Housley
    03. 2007: Aaron Broten
    04. 2008: Brian Leetch
    05. 2009: Tom Barrasso
    06. 2012: Lou Lamoriello
    07. 2012: Eddie Olczyk
    08. 2015: Mathieu Schneider
    09. 2017: Ron Wilson

    CALGARY FLAMES
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1991: Bob Johnson
    02. 1998: Joe Mullen
    03. 2003: Steve Christoff
    04. 2004: Phil Housley
    05. 2008: Brett Hull
    06. 2009: Tony Amonte
    07. 2011: Gary Suter
    08. 2015: Chris Drury
    09. 2016: Joel Otto

    DALLAS STARS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2000: Neal Broten
    02. 2008: Brett Hull
    03. 2010: Derian Hatcher
    04. 2010: Kevin Hatcher
    05. 2012: Mike Modano
    06. 2013: Bill Guerin
    07. 2016: Shawn Chambers
    08. 2017: Scott Young
    09. 2019: Tim Thomas

    SAN JOSE SHARKS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2003: Mark Pavelich
    02. 2003: Warren Strelow
    03. 2010: Jeremy Roenick
    04. 2011: Gary Suter
    05. 2013: Bill Guerin
    06. 2016: Jack Ferreira
    07. 2016: Craig Janney
    08. 2017: Ron Wilson
    09. 2020: Tony Granato

    BUFFALO SABRES
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1996: Reed Larson
    02. 2001: Mike Ramsey
    03. 2003: Pat LaFontaine
    04. 2003: Rob McClanahan
    05. 2004: Phil Housley
    06. 2009: Tom Barrasso
    07. 2015: Chris Drury
    08. 2019: Brian Gionta
    09. 2021: Peter McNab

    WINNIPEG JETS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2001: Dave Christian
    02. 2003: Dave Silk
    03. 2004: Phil Housley
    04. 2007: Aaron Broten
    05. 2011: Keith Tkachuk
    06. 2012: Eddie Olczyk
    07. 2016: Craig Janney

    EDMONTON OILERS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1993: David Langevin
    02. 1996: Reed Larson
    03. 1997: Tim Sheehy
    04. 2013: Bill Guerin
    05. 2013: Doug Weight
    06. 2016: Hans-Juergen Merz
    07. 2018: Paul Stewart

    PHOENIX COYOTES
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2008: Brett Hull
    02. 2009: Tony Amonte
    03. 2010: Jeremy Roenick
    04. 2011: Keith Tkachuk
    05. 2015: Mathieu Schneider
    06. 2016: Craig Janney

    COLORADO AVALANCHE
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2015: Chris Drury
    02. 2016: Adam Deadmarsh
    03. 2016: Steve Konowalchuk
    04. 2016: Brian Rolston
    05. 2017: Scott Young
    06. 2020: Tony Granato

    QUEBEC NORDIQUES
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1991: Robbie Ftorek
    02. 2003: John Cunniff
    03. 2007: Aaron Broten
    04. 2016: Adam Deadmarsh
    05. 2017: Scott Young
    06. 2018: Paul Stewart

    COLORADO ROCKIES
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1995: Henry Boucha
    02. 2003: Bill Baker
    03. 2003: Steve Janaszak
    04. 2007: Aaron Broten
    05. 2009: Bob Webster
    06. 2010: Art Berglund
    07. 2016: Bob Webster

    ATLANTA THRASHERS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2011: Chris Chelios
    02. 2011: Keith Tkachuk
    03. 2015: Mathieu Schneider
    04. 2016: Jack Ferreira
    05. 2016: Shawn McEachern

    CAROLINA HURRICANES
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2009: Tom Barrasso
    02. 2010: Kevin Hatcher
    03. 2013: Peter Karmanos
    04. 2013: Doug Weight

    MIGHTY DUCKS OF ANAHEIM
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2016: Jack Ferreira
    02. 2016: Guy Hebert
    03. 2017: Ron Wilson
    04. 2017: Scott Young

    OTTAWA SENATORS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2009: Tom Barrasso
    02. 2016: Shawn McEachern
    03. 2016: Bryan Smolinski

    NEW YORK AMERICANS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1973: Edward Jeremiah
    02. 1973: Doc Romnes
    03. 2005: Maurice Roberts

    ANAHEIM DUCKS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2013: Doug Weight
    02. 2015: Mathieu Schneider
    03. 2016: Chris Kincaid

    FLORIDA PANTHERS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2007: John Vanbiesbrouck
    02. 2019: Tim Thomas

    CALIFORNIA GOLDEN SEALS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1981: Thomas Williams
    02. 1996: Craig Patrick

    KANSAS CITY SCOUTS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1995: Henry Boucha
    02. 1996: Craig Patrick

    ST. LOUIS EAGLES
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1974: Fido Purpur
    02. 2000: Doug Palazzari

    VANCOUVER CANUCKS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2015: Mathieu Schneider
    02. 2016: Bryan Smolinski
    03. 2021: Peter McNab

    TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2016: Shawn Chambers
    02. 2016: Craig Janney

    ATLANTA FLAMES
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1989: Robert Paradise
    02. 2003: Jim Craig

    CLEVELAND BARONS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 1980: Walter Bush

    COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2020: Dean Blais

    NASHVILLE PREDATORS
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2018: David Poile

    MINNESOTA WILD
    U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    INDUCTEES


    01. 2016: Brian Rolston

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    THE NUMBER OF U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES
    EACH NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE FRANCHISE HAS;
    ALL CATEGORIES COMBINED


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

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


    01. 73 – 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. 10 – NEW YORK ISLANDERS
    25. 09 – CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS
    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. 07 – HAMILTON TIGERS
    33. 07 – FLORIDA PANTHERS
    34. 06 – TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING
    35. 06 – WINNIPEG JETS
    36. 06 – MIGHTY DUCKS OF ANAHEIM
    37. 06 – SAN JOSE SHARKS
    38. 05 – CAROLINA HURRICANES
    39. 05 – TORONTO ST. PATS/MAPLE LEAFS
    40. 05 – TORONTO ARENAS
    41. 04 – PITTSBURGH PIRATES
    42. 03 – CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS / BLACKHAWKS
    43. 03 – ATLANTA FLAMES
    44. 03 – ATLANTA THRASHERS
    45. 03 – ANAHEIM DUCKS
    46. 03 – PHOENIX COYOTES
    47. 03 – ST. LOUIS EAGLES
    48. 03 – CALIFORNIA GOLDEN SEALS
    49. 03 – OAKLAND SEALS
    50. 02 – CALIFORNIA SEALS
    51. 02 – BAY AREA SEALS
    52. 02 – NASHVILLE PREDATORS
    53. 02 – MONTREAL WANDERERS
    54. 02 – CLEVELAND BARONS
    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 NHL 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.


    THE TOTAL NUMBER OF HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
    AND U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES
    EACH NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE FRANCHISE HAS;
    THOSE WHO WERE INDUCTED INTO BOTH HALLS OF FAME
    ARE ONLY COUNTED ONCE FOR THIS LIST;
    ALL CATEGORIES COMBINED


    01. 94 – New York Rangers
    02. 90 – Boston Bruins
    03. 85 – Detroit Red Wings
    04. 83 – Chicago Black Hawks / Chicago Blackhawks
    05. 79 – Toronto Maple Leafs
    06. 78 – Montreal Canadiens
    07. 65 – Chicago Black Hawks
    08. 48 – St. Louis Blues
    09. 37 – Los Angeles Kings
    10. 37 – New Jersey Devils
    11. 35 – Pittsburgh Penguins
    12. 34 – Minnesota North Stars
    13. 33 – Ottawa Senators
    14. 27 – Philadelphia Flyers
    15. 25 – New York Americans
    16. 23 – New York Islanders
    17. 22 – Edmonton Oilers
    18. 22 – Hartford Whalers
    19. 22 – Buffalo Sabres
    20. 21 – Washington Capitals
    21. 20 – Calgary Flames
    22. 19 – Vancouver Canucks
    23. 18 – Colorado Avalanche
    24. 17 – Dallas Stars
    25. 15 – San Jose Sharks
    26. 14 – Quebec Nordiques
    27. 14 – Montreal Maroons
    28. 13 – Chicago Blackhawks
    29. 12 – Winnipeg Jets
    30. 10 – Mighty Ducks of Anaheim
    31. 09 – Florida Panthers
    32. 09 – Toronto St. Pats
    33. 09 – Detroit Cougars
    34. 08 – Detroit Falcons
    35. 08 – Quebec Bulldogs
    36. 08 – Tampa Bay Lightning
    37. 08 – Carolina Hurricanes
    38. 08 – Phoenix Coyotes
    39. 07 – Atlanta Thrashers
    40. 07 – Colorado Rockies
    41. 07 – Hamilton Tigers
    42. 05 – Chicago Black Hawks / Blackhawks
    43. 05 – Toronto St. Pats/Maple Leafs
    44. 05 – Toronto Arenas
    45. 05 – Atlanta Flames
    46. 05 – St. Louis Eagles
    47. 04 – California Golden Seals
    48. 04 – Anaheim Ducks
    49. 04 – Pittsburgh Pirates
    50. 03 – Nashville Predators
    51. 03 – Kansas City Scouts
    52. 03 – Oakland Seals
    53. 02 – California Seals
    54. 02 – Bay Area Seals
    55. 02 – Cleveland Barons
    56. 02 – Brooklyn Americans
    57. 02 – Montreal Wanderers
    58. 02 – Columbus Blue Jackets
    59. 01 – Minnesota Wild
    60. 01 – Philadelphia Quakers
    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: Jack O’Callahan and Eddie Olczyk are the only players in the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame who played for both, the Chicago Black Hawks and the Chicago Blackhawks.

    NOTE: Prior to the 1986–87 NHL 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.
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    Someone likes a lot hockey, eh?
    And has an awful lot of time on his hands and not enough to do... A lot less time consuming to just watch Tooth Fairy and be done with it.

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    Well I was hoping for a Nevada-Florida Stanley Cup Final, but now that Montreal has advanced to the final, I want them to play the next oldest franchise that has not won the Cup in a long time. Montreal Canadiens vs. New York Islanders for the Stanley Cup!

    THE LONGEST STANLEY CUP DROUGHTS

    01. Ottawa Senators (94 Years Since Their Last Stanley Cup Win)
    02. Toronto Maple Leafs (54 Years Since Their Last Stanley Cup Win)
    03. Philadelphia Flyers (46 Years Since Their Last Stanley Cup Win)
    04. New York Islanders (38 Years Since Their Last Stanley Cup Win)
    05. Calgary Flames (32 Years Since Their Last Stanley Cup Win)
    06. Edmonton Oilers (31 Years Since Their Last Stanley Cup Win)
    07. Montreal Canadiens (28 Years Since Their Last Stanley Cup Win)
    08. New York Rangers (27 Years Since Their Last Stanley Cup Win)
    09. Dallas Stars (22 Years Since Their Last Stanley Cup Win)

    THE OLDEST NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE FRANCHISES WHO STILL HAVE NOT WON THE STANLEY CUP

    01. Buffalo Sabres (1970-Present: 51 years)
    02. Vancouver Canucks (1970-Present: 51 years)
    03. Winnipeg Jets (1979-Present: 42 years)

    Yes, I know the Ottawa Senators and Winnipeg Jets of today are not the same franchises as the old Ottawa Senators and Winnipeg Jets teams, but I'm counting them.

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    Canadiens fans destroy cop car as Montreal police in riot gear move in (VIDEOS)
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    Montreal police use tear gas to disperse Habs fans after series victory
    https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montr...riot-1.6079611

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    Why...? Why does an incredibly wonderful moment of celebration have to turn into chaos in the streets??

    What is wrong with people?!?




    Anyway, congratulations to Montreal!! (I'm not gonna lie, I am so glad that Vegas was denied a repeat appearance in the finals! )

    Now... let's root for the Islanders to win their series and have a Stanley Cup Final round without recent expansion teams in it!!
    We need the POWER of the GOOD and the WAY of the MAGIC !!!

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    2021 Stanley Cup Final schedule

    (all times ET)

    Game 1: Mon., June 28, 8 p.m., Canadiens at Lightning, NBCSN, SN, CBC, TVAS

    Game 2: Wed., June 30, 8 p.m., Canadiens at Lightning, NBCSN, SN, CBC, TVAS

    Game 3: Fri., July 2, 8 p.m., Lightning at Canadiens. NBC, SN, CBC, TVAS

    Game 4: Mon., July 5, 8 p.m., Lightning at Canadiens, NBC, SN, CBC, TVAS

    Game 5: Wed., July 7, 8 p.m., Canadiens at Lightning, NBC, SN, CBC, TVAS*

    Game 6: Fri., July 9, 8 p.m., Lightning at Canadiens, NBC, SN, CBC, TVAS*

    Game 7: Sun., July 11, 7 p.m., Canadiens at Lightning, NBC, SN, CBC, TVAS*

    * -- If necessary

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    Ugh... the Canadiens are down 2 - 0 in the series now...

    Hopefully, they can mount a comeback on home ice!
    We need the POWER of the GOOD and the WAY of the MAGIC !!!

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    Montreal avoided the sweep. I don’t think anyone believes they can still win the series.

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ornclown View Post

    Blue Jackets goalie Matiss Kivlenieks dies at 24 after 'tragic accident' with fireworks
    https://www.usatoday.com/story/sport...nt/7864545002/

    Columbus Blue Jackets goalie Matiss Kivlenieks, 24, dies after being struck by fireworks
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    Kivlenieks dies at 24, was Blue Jackets goalie
    Death result of accident; played eight NHL games
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    20/21 INDUCTION CELEBRATION
    Monday, November 15, 2021
    Meridian Hall • 1 Front St. E., Toronto, Ontario
    Located kitty-corner to the iconic Hockey Hall of Fame heritage building

    Induction Weekend festivities culminate with the reverence and prestige of the Induction Celebration;
    an event worthy of any hockey fan's bucket list.

    Walk the red carpet, witness the history and glory of the live Induction Ceremony, and rub shoulders with the who's who of the sports and entertainment world.
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    20/21 INDUCTION CELEBRATION
    Monday, November 15, 2021
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    7:30 PM
    Induction Ceremony
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    Gala Celebration continues...
    Rub shoulders with the legends and who's who of hockey.
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    INDUCTION CELEBRATION TICKETS

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    THE 2021 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE PLAYOFFS STANDINGS

    01. Tampa Bay Lightning (23 Games Played; 16 Wins; 7 Losses; 75 Goals For; 45 Goals Against)
    02. Montreal Canadiens (22 Games Played; 13 Wins; 9 Losses; 51 Goals For; 54 Goals Against)
    03. New York Islanders (19 Games Played; 11 Wins; 8 Losses; 54 Goals For; 52 Goals Against)
    04. Vegas Golden Knights (19 Games Played; 10 Wins; 9 Losses; 53 Goals For; 46 Goals Against)
    05. Colorado Avalanche (10 Games Played; 6 Wins; 4 Losses; 38 Goals For; 27 Goals Against)
    06. Boston Bruins (11 Games Played; 6 Wins; 5 Losses; 33 Goals For; 32 Goals Against)
    07. Carolina Hurricanes (11 Games Played; 5 Wins; 6 Losses; 31 Goals For; 30 Goals Against)
    08. Winnipeg Jets (8 Games Played; 4 Wins; 4 Losses; 18 Goals For; 22 Goals Against)
    09. Toronto Maple Leafs (7 Games Played; 3 Wins; 4 Losses; 18 Goals For; 14 Goals Against)
    10. Minnesota Wild (7 Games Played; 3 Wins; 4 Losses; 13 Goals For; 20 Goals Against)
    11. Florida Panthers (6 Games Played; 2 Wins; 4 Losses; 17 Goals For; 24 Goals Against)
    12. Pittsburgh Penguins (6 Games Played; 2 Wins; 4 Losses; 16 Goals For; 21 Goals Against)
    13. Nashville Predators (6 Games Played; 2 Wins; 4 Losses; 16 Goals For; 22 Goals Against)
    14. Washington Capitals (5 Games Played; 1 Win; 4 Losses; 10 Goals For; 16 Goals Against)
    15. Edmonton Oilers (4 Games Played; 0 Wins; 4 Losses; 8 Goals For; 14 Goals Against)
    16. St. Louis Blues (4 Games Played; 0 Wins; 4 Losses; 7 Goals For; 20 Goals Against)

    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. 3 – Tampa Bay Lightning
    12. 2 – Los Angeles Kings
    13. 2 – Colorado Avalanche
    14. 2 – Philadelphia Flyers
    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

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    Kivlenieks 'died a hero,' Blue Jackets teammate says at memorial
    Merzlikins: Goalie 'saved many lives' during fireworks accident
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