A bit of a bubble inductee in our eyes, Steve Shutt was a very good offensive star for the Montreal Canadians dynasty in the 1970’s. The Left Winger was on a line with Guy Lafleur for a large part of his Habs tenure, and as such was rewarded with numerous scoring opportunities. Shutt led the NHL in goals in the 1976-77 season and three times was named to a Post Season All Star Team. He was a five time Stanley Cup winner and elevated his game during the playoffs. He was a bit of a beneficiary to be on a line with Lafleur and on the Canadians in general, but there are others in the Hall who shares similar resumes.