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Chris Phillips

The first overall pick of the 1996 NHL Draft, Chris Phillips was never a flashy player but was a rugged stay at home Defenseman who expertly patrolled the blue line.  A testament to his value, the Ottawa Senators kept him for his entire professional career, which was 1,179 Games, the most in franchise history.  This is a long and more than respectable career, but a Hall of Fame one?  Maybe it is one where his #4 should be retired by the Sens.

Additions to the 2018 Hockey Futures Section

We here at Notinhalloffame.com have been doing preliminary work for a future expansion of our Hockey section.  As such, we decided to bolster our futures section, which has led us to add a few players to our 2018 Hockey Futures Section

The 2018 Hockey Futures include Martin Brodeur and Martin St. Louis, two people who will likely get in immediately but we decided to add a few players who while are not likely to receive serious consideration, were good players who we wish to respect with their addition here. 

The new entries are:

Brenden Morrow: A former Stanley Cup Champion with the Detroit Red Wings who also won a World Cup and Olympic Gold Medal with Canada.

Chris Phillips: A defenseman who spent his entire career with the Ottawa Senators.

Michael Ryder: A member of the 2011 Boston Bruin Stanley Cup Championship Team.

Robyn Regher: A Stanley Cup winner with the Los Angeles Kings in 2014 and former Olympian on the Canadian Team.

Scott Hannan:  A stay-at-home Defenceman known mostly for his run with the San Jose Sharks

Along with Brodeur and St. Louis, this group joins Daniel Briere, Evgeni Nabokov, Ilya Bryzgalov, Kimmo Timonen, Olli Jokinen and Sergei Gonchar.

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