1952 Hockey Inductees
The Hockey Hall of Fame would wait two more years to induct another class, and though it was not a large one, it was a talented group. With multi-time All Stars, Bill Cook and Nels Stewart, who was probably the best player of all time for the defunct Montreal Maroons. It is Stewart and Cook who were the true stars of this smaller class, and it was a spotlight that they both deserved to have.
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69. Tim Kerr
Although it can be argued that almost all hockey players take a pounding from the game, few may have put themselves in harms way more than Tim Kerr. Dubbed “the Sultan of Slot”, Kerr would park himself in from the net and do whatever it took to get the puck in the net. He was criticized by some for scoring…Add new comment