Bruce Norris
The youngest member of the Norris hockey family, Bruce Norris assumed sole ownership of the Detroit Red Wings in 1955 (after inheriting with his sister upon the death of his father, James E. Norris in 1952). Although the Red Wings were no longer the dynasty it once was, Norris refurbished the arena and continued to make going to see a Hockey game in Detroit a worthwhile event. His admittance to the Hall of Fame may be a little iffy overall as his induction could be called into question where as his relatives would not be.

         

Elected In:
1969

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  • Country of Origin: Chicago, Illinois, United States

Should Bruce Norris be in the Hall of Fame?

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Kick him out! - 100%
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