1965 Hockey Inductees http://www.notinhalloffame.com Thu, 23 Jan 2020 10:35:50 +0000 Joomla! - Open Source Content Management en-gb Arthur Farrell http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2546-arthur-farrell http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2546-arthur-farrell Arthur Farrell
A somewhat dubious induction in our eyes to the Hockey Hall of Fame little seems to be known about Arthur Farrell (even on the Hockey HOF’s own website). Farrell was however a two time Stanley Cup champion with the Montreal Shamrocks and scored a good amount of goals in those series. Farrell did however go on to write three “How-to” books on how to play Hockey which were held in high regard; perhaps that was the main reason he got inducted.
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Bill Mosienko http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2547-bill-mosienko http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2547-bill-mosienko Bill Mosienko
A career professional with the Chicago Black Hawks, Bill Mosienko may not have won a Stanley Cup in Chi-town, but he was an excellent forward who played in multiple All Star games. Mosienko was also a very classy player (he only ever had one fight in his NHL career and was rewarded with the Lady Byng Trophy in 1945. Winning that accolade was nice, but he also a perennial fixture on the annual points table and was one of the better players in Chicago when they were not exactly a league power.
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Blair Russel http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2548-blair-russel http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2548-blair-russel Blair Russel
A career player with the Montreal Victorias, Blair Russel was a star Left Wing who helped the Montreal Victorias defend the Stanley Cup at the turn of the century. Russel averaged multiple goals per game for the Victorias and was a stalwart for the team in an era where player movement was actually more common than today. Russel resisted all offers to turn professional, and retired in 1909 though he likely could have continued to play and be effective.
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Clint Benedict http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2549-clint-benedict http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2549-clint-benedict Clint Benedict
The real answer to the trivia question of who was the first Goalie to wear a mask (he wore a leather mask for five games in the 1929-30 season), Clint Benedict was the man whose style caused the NHL to allow goaltenders to not have to remain standing. Benedict would often “accidentally” fall to his knees to stop a puck, so much so, that he was dubbed by rival fans in Toronto as “Praying Benny” due to the amount of time he was on his knees.
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Ernie Russell http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2550-ernie-russell http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2550-ernie-russell Ernie Russell
Ernie Russell played the bulk of his career with Montreal Wanderers and while there netted a plethora of goals that aided his teams multiple Stanley Cups. Russell was fast, gifted and in 1907 had ca total of 43 goals in only 9 games. He was also a very talented overall athlete as he excelled in Football and Rugby.
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Foster Hewitt http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2551-foster-hewitt http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2551-foster-hewitt Foster Hewitt
The son of Hockey Hall of Fame inductee, W.A. Hewitt, Foster Hewitt was the first voice of Hockey for a generation of Canadians. Hewitt was the radio broadcaster for the Toronto Maple Leafs and his signature calls was the stuff of legends. On November 1, 1952, he broadcast the first nationally televised Hockey game which naturally was between Toronto and the Montreal Canadians. He would pass on the play by play duties to his son a few years later, and subsequently retire. He would however be lured back to the broadcast booth to call the Canada/Soviet Union Summit Series in 1972. Fathers got to listen to the man that introduced them to Hockey and sons understood why Hewitt was one of the great broadcasters of all time.
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Fred Scanlan http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2552-fred-scanlan http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2552-fred-scanlan Fred Scanlan
Blessed to have been a member of powerful Montreal Shamrocks teams, Fred Scanlan was a decent Left Winger for helped his team win the Stanley Cup in 1899 and 1900. Scanlan was a good contributor, but was far from the level of his other teammates (Harry Trihey & Arthur Farrell) and is likely in from being on a forward line with them.
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Jack Marshall http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2553-jack-marshall http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2553-jack-marshall Jack Marshall
An amazing all around athlete (he excelled in multiple sports); Jack Marshall was practically married to the Stanley Cup. He remains the only player in the history of the game to win the Cup with four different teams, and was a solid contributor to all of them. His consistent goal scoring was always valued and it is a little curious why he was not inducted a year or two sooner.
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Marty Barry http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2554-marty-barry http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2554-marty-barry Marty Barry
A consistent points producer, Marty Barry was one of the more durable players of his era. Barry only missed two games in a ten year span and often found himself in the top ten in scoring. Barry found himself in Motown and was a big part of consecutive Detroit Red Wings Stanley Cup championship in 1936 and 1937.
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Red Horner http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2555-red-horner http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2555-red-horner Red Horner
Every NHL team usually requires an enforcer, and today’s game it is nearly inconceivable to imagine one getting into the Hall of Fame. Red Horner was the Maple Leafs tough guy for twelve years and seven times he led the NHL in penalty minutes. With that said, his selection to the Hall of Fame is another we will openly question for he was never even considered to be in the top two in Defence for his own team. 
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Syd Howe http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2556-syd-howe http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2556-syd-howe Syd Howe
A very consistent producer for the Detroit Red Wings, Syd Howe (no relation to Gordie Howe) bounced around the NHL a bit before landing in Michigan. Howe was not just a good scorer; he was adept at penalty killing, playmaking and defensive checking. We almost wish that he didn’t have the last name of Howe, so that he would not be in the shadows of Gordie.   
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Tommy Lockhart http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2557-tommy-lockhart http://www.notinhalloffame.com/hockey/current-hockey-hall-of-fame-inductees/1960s-inductees/1965-hockey-inductees/2557-tommy-lockhart Tommy Lockhart
Inducted for his administrative work with Hockey in the United States,Tommy Lockhart organized the Eastern Amateur Hockey League in 1934 which promoted the sport in the New York City area. Three years later, Lockhart would help to organize the Amateur Hockey Association of the United States and was its first President. He would serve as the business manager for the New York Rangers for a six year stretch in the 1950’s and would have a spot the next decade in the U.S. Olympic Committee and on the IIHF.
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