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The Hockey HOF TBD section has been updated

Many of our regular visitors are aware that in our Hockey section, we put up active players who are on the downside of their career.  The reason we do this is that for the Hockey Hall of Fame, retired players are eligible after only three years and the “HOF Clock” begins much sooner.

As such, we have added additional active players to our TBD (to be determined) list.

They are as follows:

Chris Kunitz, a former First Team NHL Star and three time Stanley Cup Champion.

Daniel Sedin, a former Art Ross Trophy Winner.

Dany Heatley, a former Calder Trophy winner and First Team All Star.

Francois Beauchemin, a former Stanley Cup Champion and Second Team All Star.

Henrik Sedin, a former Hart Trophy and Art Ross Trophy Winner.

Martin Havlat, a former two time All Star.

Ryan Miller, a former Vezina Trophy Winner.



They join existing players, Alex Tanguay, Andrei Markov, Brian Campbell, Dan Boyle, Eric Brewer, Jarome Iginla, Jaromir Jagr, Joe Thornton, Marian Hossa, Mark Streit, Mike Ribeiro, Niklas Backstrom, Patrik Elias, Patrick Marleau, Pavel Datsyuk, Roberto Luongo, Shane Doan, Shawn Horcoff, Simon Gagne, Stephane Robidas and Zdeno Chara.



You know what we want you to do!

Take a look at this crop of potential Hockey Hall of Fame inductees and tell us if they belong in Toronto.

As always, we here at Notinhalloffame.com thank you for your support!

Martin Havlat

A more than above average hockey player from the Czech Republic, forward, Martin Havlat is a well travelled hockey player who has played professionally for multiple teams most notable for the Ottawa Senators and the Chicago Blackhwaks.  Havlat has been an All Star twice and has scored 30 or more Points on three different occasions.  Havlat also represented the Czech Republic in multiple tournaments, highlighted by a Gold Medal win in the 2000 World Hockey Championship.  Coincidentally, he also was on the Czech World Junior Hockey Championship winning team months before.
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