I had to get Tiger out of the way first. This man will never actually be in the hall of fame, but he's arguably the most colorful personality to ever play the game.
Here it is, my second hall of fame induction. Pat couldn't be reached for comment at this time.
I would like to welcome the fifth member of my personal hall of fame to the club.
I had meant to put him in here at some point and a recent comment on a video reminded me I had to get this done.
By request, here is a look back at the career of a defenceman who may never actually reach the hall of fame, but had a solid career nonetheless.
He was controversial, but he was also greatly enjoyed by players and fans alike. He won five Stanley Cups over his career.
Okay, I debated about whether to do a video solely on him, but I always liked him as a player and he was always a solid two way forward for the Dallas Stars.
He had a long career, but he never played in the Finals. He may not get into the real hall of fame, but he qualifies for mine.
I always liked his play and the long career he put together at a time when short players didn't play as much as they do now.
I really think he gets in next year. It is odd that he hasn't got in so far.
The guy is a Boston legend, but I understand why he isn't in the hall.
It is actually surprising that he isn't already in the Hockey Hall of Fame.
I have been thinking about doing this video for awhile. Here it is.
He had a solid career for a player of short stature.
He had an incredible career for someone who was seen as a bust after his time in San Jose.
He signed the fartsmell jersey how can he not be in my hall?
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