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10-01-2011, 11:34 AM
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Originally Posted by sonsofcain View Post
The fact that team achievements influence Hall of Fame voting...
It is what it is. Great players go in regardless of how much team success they had but merely really good players require team success on top of that. Neither Mullen nor Bondra were great but 3 rings are 3 rings.

Gillies didn't get in because of his 300+ goals and almost 700 points. He got in because he was an important part of a 4 cup dynasty. The first thing you see when you look at Glenn Anderson is the 6 rings and fantastic playoff production not the almost 500 goals and almost 1100 points.

Again it is what it is and Bondra not being great and not having a ring is going to keep him out...

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