Do these guys make the HHOF if their career ends (insert year)
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12-03-2012, 11:10 PM
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I have a hard time imagining Pronger wouldn't make it. The prestige alone of being the first d-man Hart winner since Orr would probably be enough.
I'm not as sure. Hart or no, Pronger in 2004 was considered injury-prone, overpaid and a horrific
If he retires in 2004... Does his Hart get lumped in and written off with Theodore's as a result of voters getting tired of always giving it to forwards?
I think he gets remembered as a promising blueliner who took ages to develop, then had a couple years as a top-flight guy, then had the serious wrist injury and a number of playoff flameouts. Is that legacy as good as Rob Blake's? I'd say no... Because Blake was clutch guy. And Blake appears to be a borderline HHOF candidate in some corners.
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