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The 1945 Hockey HOF Class is up

The main crux of this website has always been “Who is not in the Hall of Fame?” As such, we thought it was time to take a look at the existing Halls of Fame and look at their history and just who IS in the Hall of Fame.

We have started with the Hockey Hall of Fame (we thought the sport needed a bit of extra love these days) and we will look at it year by year. With each inductee, you can vote as to whether that player or builder should be in the Hall, or whether they should be kicked out.

We have started with the inaugural Hockey Hall of Fame Class in 1945.

This class consists of:

Charlie Gardiner

Eddie Gerard

Frank McGee

Georges Vezina

Harvey Pulford

Hobey Baker

Hod Stuart

Howie Morenz

Lord Stanley

Sir Montagu Allan

Tommy Phillips

You know the drill. Check it out, and cast your votes. Look for upcoming classes soon!

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