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The 2018 Hockey HOF Futures are up

Recently, we here at Notinhalloffame.com unveiled our new (2016) list for our hockey section, naming Eric Lindros as the man most worthy of consideration for the Hockey Hall of Fame.

This came with an updated list, a few new entries (Alex Kovalev, Roman Hamrlik and Miroslav Satan) and a shuffling of positions based on your votes, emails and comments.

Now once we do the repositioning on the main section, we fee it is our duty to address and upload potential entries that will come up in coming years, and allow you to vote ahead of time, BEFORE it gets on to the list without receiving your input.

With that in mind, lets take a look at part 2 of 2 of our revised hockey futures shall we?

First off, the 2015 and 2016 Futures have been removed completely.  Those players who were in the sections previously but were not able to make the Top 100 (as they are all now eligible) are no longer featured on Notinhalloffame.com, that is unless we expand to 250, which we have discussed!

The 2018 Hockey Futures are up and includes:

Evgeni Nabokov, a Russian Goalie who was a two time All Star.

Martin Brodeur, the all-time NHL leader in Wins, three time Stanley Cup winner and two time Olympic Gold Medalist.

You know what to do next!

Check out this pair of goalies and let us know whether they are Hall of Fame material!



The 2018 Hockey HOF Futures have been updated

It is time for us to continue our expansion here at Notinhalloffame.com and as such we have to focus on a specific discipline. 

We are focusing currently of the world of Hockey and for us this means a solid look at the Hockey Hall of Fame futures.

With that in mind, we are pleased to announce additions to the 2018 Hockey Futures.

The following players will be eligible for the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2018:

Daniel Briere, a two time All Star.

Evgeni Nabakov, the 2001 Calder Trophy winner and two time All Star.

Ilya Bryzgalov, who was once a Second Team All Star.

Kimmo Timonen, a four time NHL All Star from Finland.

Martin Brodeur, a four time Vezina Trophy winner and three time Stanley Cup Champion.

Martin St. Louis, a former Stanley Cup Champion and former Hart Trophy winner.

Olli Jokinen, a one time All Star.

Sergei Gonchar, a four time All Star.

All of these players are up and awaiting your votes and opinions.

Thank you as always from us at Notinhalloffame.com.
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121. Evgeni Nabokov

Evgeni Nabokov took his time to enter North America after being a late round draft pick by the San Jose Sharks in 1994.  Six years later, the Goalie would make his debut with the San Jose and is without doubt the best backstop in franchise history.

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