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Hawkman 11-12-2012 11:13 PM

HHoF Poll
 
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1. Chris Chelios, 2. Scott Niedermayer, 3. Rob Blake, 4. Rod Brind'Amour, 5. Keith Tkachuk, 6. Paul Kariya and 7. Owen Nolan headline the list of first year eligible candidates.

8. Brendan Shanahan and 9. Eric Lindros headlining the list of carry-overs, with 10. Dave Andreychuk, 11. Jeremy Roenick, 12. Theoren Fleury, 13. Markus Naslund, 14. Curtis Joseph, 15. Tom Barrasso, 16. Phil Housley, 17. Mike Vernon, 18. John LeClair, 19. Sergei Makarov and 20. Guy Carbonneau also waiting.
http://www.greatesthockeylegends.com/

Who would you vote for for the HHoF? You can vote for more than one. Vote everyone you think should get in eventually. Votes are private.

TheDevilMadeMe 11-12-2012 11:37 PM

Do you want us to limit it to four candidates as the real HHOF uses, or vote everyone we think should get in eventually?

Also, can you give a link for where you got the quote?

Hawkman 11-12-2012 11:40 PM

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Originally Posted by TheDevilMadeMe (Post 55728205)
Do you want us to limit it to four candidates as the real HHOF uses, or vote everyone we think should get in eventually? Also, can you give a link for where you got the quote?

Vote everyone you think should get in eventually. Adding link now, my friend. Done.

vadim sharifijanov 11-12-2012 11:56 PM

not that i necessarily think he should be a hall of famer, but i feel like claude lemieux belongs on that list if owen nolan is going to be on it.

TheDevilMadeMe 11-12-2012 11:58 PM

I voted for Chelios, Niedermayer, Blake, Kariya, Shanahan, Lindros, Fleury, Barrasso, LeClair, Makarov, and Carbonneau.

Could have gone either way on Carbonneau.

Hawkey Town 18 11-13-2012 12:06 AM

My For Sure's
Chelios
Niedermayer
Blake
Kariya
Shanahan
Lindros
Barrasso
Makarov


My borderline's that I said yes to
LeClair
Carbonneau


My borderline's that I said no to
Roenick
Fleury


My For Sure No's

Brind'Amour
Tkachuk
Nolan
Andreychuk
Naslund
Joseph
Housley
Vernon


I tend to flip back and forth on the guys I listed as borderline, that just happens to be how I feel today

Mike Farkas 11-13-2012 12:22 AM

The top-3, Shanny, Lindros and Makarov...thought about a couple of others, such as Fleury...

Evincar 11-13-2012 12:39 AM

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Originally Posted by vadim sharifijanov (Post 55728671)
not that i necessarily think he should be a hall of famer, but i feel like claude lemieux belongs on that list if owen nolan is going to be on it.

Agreed. Same with Vanbiesbrouck, Desjardins, Vachon and Zubov.

Hawkey Town 18 11-13-2012 02:08 AM

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Originally Posted by Mike Farkas (Post 55729093)
The top-3, Shanny, Lindros and Makarov...thought about a couple of others, such as Fleury...

No Chelios???

Hawkman 11-13-2012 02:23 AM

I voted for Chelios, Niedermayer, Blake, Shanahan, Lindros, and Makarov. :)

Eisen 11-13-2012 02:29 AM

Voted Chelios and Makarov

Marc08 11-13-2012 03:00 AM

2013 HHOF
  • Chris Chelios
  • Scott Niedermayer
  • Sergei Makarov
  • Brendan Shanahan

2014 HHOF
  • Tom Barrasso
  • Rob Blake
  • Mike Vernon
  • Gary Suter

Czech Your Math 11-13-2012 03:53 AM

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Originally Posted by Marc08 (Post 55730591)
2013 HHOF

2014 HHOF
  • Tom Barrasso
  • Rob Blake
  • Mike Vernon
  • Gary Suter

Won't it be something like Fedorov, Forsberg, Modano and Recchi... with Recchi maybe bumped for a holdover from 2013?

HF007 11-13-2012 04:01 AM

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Originally Posted by God Made Me (Post 55730323)
I voted for Chelios, Niedermayer, Blake, Shanahan, Lindros, and Makarov. :)

This is also what i voted clearly a cut above the rest on that list.

Mike Farkas 11-13-2012 11:01 AM

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Originally Posted by Hawkey Town 18 (Post 55730227)
No Chelios???

I guess that was kinda misleading. By the "top-3" I meant the first three in the poll :laugh: Of course, Chelios, I'd be hanged, drawn and quartered if I didn't include him...

Elever 11-13-2012 12:44 PM

Only 7 people voted for LeClair? Guy was one of the best Americans to play the game, led the league in LW goal scoring between the 95/96 season and 2000 (then got injured). Anyways I would vote for all those guys except Andreychuk, Vernon, Barrasso, maybe Brind'Amour and I don't know Makarov well enough though I dont' have an issue if any of those guys get in. You forgot Alexander Mogilny.

Big Phil 11-13-2012 05:19 PM

I voted for Chelios, Niedermayer, Blake, Makarov, Shanahan, Lindros (overall I think he gets in eventually), Barrasso and Fleury.

Can't see Tkachuk, Andreychuk, Leclair, etc. can get in. Kariya and Vernon have their peak points but a lot of sewage in between.

At least one player I'd put in wasn't on there and that is Vachon. Middleton wasn't on the list either and I go either way with him.

Mike Farkas 11-13-2012 06:19 PM

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Originally Posted by QuietCompany (Post 55736295)
Only 7 people voted for LeClair? Guy was one of the best Americans to play the game, led the league in LW goal scoring between the 95/96 season and 2000 (then got injured). Anyways I would vote for all those guys except Andreychuk, Vernon, Barrasso, maybe Brind'Amour and I don't know Makarov well enough though I dont' have an issue if any of those guys get in. You forgot Alexander Mogilny.

If only they had some sort of US Hockey Hall of Fame to reward great Americans...maybe one day...;)

Mogilny would have gotten if every year he played was a contract year...it's those multi-year deals that really set him back...

tony d 11-13-2012 06:23 PM

Chelios
Niedermayer
Blake
Shanahan
Lindros
Andreychuk
Fleury
Joseph
Barasso
Housley
Carbonneau

seventieslord 11-14-2012 12:25 AM

I voted for six guys, and they are on top, by far. There is a big gap from Blake (26) to Fleury and Carbs (14).

Hawkey Town 18 11-14-2012 03:54 AM

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Originally Posted by seventieslord (Post 55754783)
I voted for six guys, and they are on top, by far. There is a big gap from Blake (26) to Fleury and Carbs (14).

Easy to tell who those 6 are...IMO Kariya has a pretty strong case. Why not include him?...Not saying he's as easy a choice as the other 6, but IMO he is clear HHOF caliber in the sense that there was a good stretch where he was among the best of the best in the league. Is there a forward like that who's not in the HHOF? Also, throw him some bonus points for his Asian heritage and Lady Byngs.

MadArcand 11-14-2012 04:49 AM

I can see the case for most of them. If I separate them into tiers:

Locks:
Chelios
Niedermayer
Shanahan
Lindros
Fleury
Makarov

Borderline yes:
Blake
Brind'amour
Tkachuk
Kariya
Barrasso
Housley
Leclair


Borderline no:
Roenick
Joseph
Carbonneau

Hell no:
Nolan
Andreychuk
Naslund
Vernon

Hardyvan123 11-14-2012 08:40 AM

I voted for 5 guys that I think are locks, all 5 are top 5 in voting. Other guys that are borderline need more thought and the backlog with 4 per year is going to cause problems in the future IMO.

I Hate Chris Butler 11-14-2012 10:12 AM

Voted for Housley, Chelios, Niedermayer, Makarov, and Lindros.

seventieslord 11-14-2012 11:00 AM

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Originally Posted by Hawkey Town 18 (Post 55756467)
Easy to tell who those 6 are...IMO Kariya has a pretty strong case. Why not include him?...Not saying he's as easy a choice as the other 6, but IMO he is clear HHOF caliber in the sense that there was a good stretch where he was among the best of the best in the league. Is there a forward like that who's not in the HHOF? Also, throw him some bonus points for his Asian heritage and Lady Byngs.

Kariya would be my next choice. but he's just not quite there.


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