Is length of career a legitimate obstacle when it comes to the the HoF?
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12-09-2012, 03:17 AM
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Longevity shouldn't mean anything when selecting HOFers. Greatness and dominance should mean everything.
Having 5 years of true dominance like Ovechkin is far greater than being an accumulator like Mike Gartner. Two Harts gives Ovechkin his place in the hall.
Dominant seasons are what matter not just any kind of seasons. Why do people think that a player like Ovechkin needs to add 8 or 10 seasons of mediocrity to get into the HOF? Who cares about mediocrity - your dominant seasons determine your HOF worthiness.
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