Suppose Brodeur, Jagr, Selanne and Pronger all retire in the same year...
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12-06-2012, 04:55 PM
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Would their eventual Hall of Fame class be the best of all time? Does any other Hall of Fame class even come close?
I'm not aware of which classes are generally considered the best... 1983 is pretty good with Dryden, Hull and Mikita but even that doesn't really rival the group of 4 listed above.
What about the year they inducted Bossy, Potvin, Bowman and Pulford? Or Plante, Bathgate and Pronovost? And probably the best year to date, Howe and Beliveau got inducted at the same time together with Geoffrion, Hooley smith and Hap Holmes.
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