1964 Hockey Inductees http://www.notinhalloffame.com Tue, 27 Oct 2020 17:06:34 +0000 Joomla! - Open Source Content Management en-gb Babe Siebert http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1964-hockey-inductees/2541-babe-siebert http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1964-hockey-inductees/2541-babe-siebert Babe Siebert
His physical style, checking ability and the letter “S” at the start of his last name made Babe Siebert the perfect complement to the scoring touch of Nels Stewart and the passing skills of Hooley Smith on the Montreal Maroons famed “S Line”. It was in Montreal where Siebert started his career and posted his best offensive statistics.
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Bill Durnan http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1964-hockey-inductees/2542-bill-durnan http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1964-hockey-inductees/2542-bill-durnan Bill Durnan
Bill Durnan may have only played seven seasons in the National Hockey League, but his vast accomplishments were impossible to ignore. In six of his seven years, Durnan won the Vezina Trophy and was a First Team All Star. He would also backstop the Habs to the Stanley Cup twice. Had Bill Durnan entered the league sooner (he did not enter until he was 28, content to retain his amateur status) and not retired early (he retired at the age of 35, while still on top), it is possible that he might be considered among the best Goalies of all time. As such, he is the best Goalie that time seems to have forgotten.
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Doug Bentley http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1964-hockey-inductees/2543-doug-bentley http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1964-hockey-inductees/2543-doug-bentley Doug Bentley
Considered by his peers to be one of the most complete players in the NHL, Doug Bentley really was capable of it all. He could put the puck in the net, was an efficient passer, an excellent backchecker and a good guy to have in the locker room. Bentley would twice lead the league in goals (though this was during World War II when the NHL was decimated in talent), assists and once in scoring and played in five All Star Games. He had the honor of playing on the first complete forward line of brothers when both Max and Reg Bentley suited up for Chicago. Sadly for Doug Bentley, he was on many Chicago teams that were not that good, and despite his long professional career, he only played in 23 playoff games. Still, Bentley is a fine addition to the Hockey Hall of Fame.
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Frank Dilio http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1964-hockey-inductees/2544-frank-dilio http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1964-hockey-inductees/2544-frank-dilio Frank Dilio
Frank Dilio served as the President of the Quebec Amateur Hockey Association for twenty years. During that tenure, he also was the Secretary of that organization for half of that time and was also the official scorer for the Quebec Senior Hockey League for a period of time. Dilio’s entire professional career was dedicated to growing the sport in the French Canadian province which made it a worthy induction.
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Jack Stewart http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1964-hockey-inductees/2545-jack-stewart http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1964-hockey-inductees/2545-jack-stewart Jack Stewart
“Black” Jack Stewart was named rough play and powerful bodychecks. Stewart was a stabilizing force for the Detroit Red Wings in two championship seasons and was named to three First Season All Star Teams. Stewart was not only tough, but was an intelligent player as he rarely made any mistakes in his end and was near perfect at clearing the puck. He may not have been much of a scorer, but he put so much fear in opposing skaters that few of them ever scored when he was on the ice. They don’t make them like Jack Stewart anymore.
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