1959 Hockey Inductees
After the monstrous 1958 Hockey Hall of Fame Class, the powers that be elected to have a relatively small group of only three players, but it was a select group that may have deserved the special attention that they received. All three men are people that the Hockey Hall of Fame can’t do without, and likely had a case for induction in the year previous, as opposed to some of the others who did get in.
Fictitious Athlete Hall of Fame
14. Pierre Turgeon
With a whopping 1,327 career NHL points, Pierre Turgeon was able to live up to the billing of the number one overall draft choice that he was. Twice, Turgeon was able to reach 100 points on a season, his highest being the massive 132 points he amassed for the Islanders during the 1992-93 season. Unfortunately, Turgeon was on teams without…Comments (4)