The Hockey List has been revised.... Joe Sakic is number one!

Last year. four of our top ten candidates were named to the Hockey Hall of Fame.  Coincidently, we have four first year candidates who have taken there place; including our new number one: Joe Sakic.

We have a lot of reason to think that Sakic will get in on his first year.  In the bost basic terms, he has the career numbers, strong individual seasons and championships both Internationally and profesionally.  The career Nordique/Avalanche forward is joined other first time candidates, Brendan Shanahan (#5), Mats Sundin (#6) and Jeremy Roenick (#7) who may not be first ballot Hall of Famers; but have a strong case for enshrinement.

Curtis Joseph (#25),  Gary Roberts (#54) and Teppo Numminen (#93) are also first year additions to the list.

If you are into hockey, give it a look and cast a vote for these new entries!

Last modified on Thursday, 19 March 2015 18:47
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0 #2 EverestMeisterNeg1 -0001-11-30 00:00
I can't see Sakic and Shanahan not getting in first ballot. Sundin will get in eventually, he's a Leaf.
Roenick is a bit of a tricky one because his career stats are very similar to that of Pierre Turgeon. Roenick was better than Turgeon but I don't think it's enough to draw the hof line between the two of them.
Cujo has a chance of getting in too, although less so than the other 4.
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0 #1 Knuckles -0001-11-30 00:00
Sakic should get in. The rest of the four have shots. If Sundin could have brought a winner, or even strong yearly contender, to Toronto he would get in right away.
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