Is length of career a legitimate obstacle when it comes to the the HoF?
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12-01-2012, 03:50 AM
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Originally Posted by
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Thomas has two Vezinas, a Smythe, and a Cup. He has almost 200 wins.
He's almost guaranteed to be in.
Ovechkin has five consecutive selections to the first team, three Lindsays, an Art Ross, two Richards, and most importantly two Harts. It's important that I note this:
The only eligible Hart winner not currently in the HHOF is Eric Lindros
. There have been few multiple winners, and even fewer who repeated as Ovechkin did. Combined with his domination of his position (named best LW for five years in a row from the start of his career) and you have not only a HHOF player, but one of the best LWs of all-time.
I have a feeling that Jose Theodore is going to break that trend. Can't see him getting in.
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