At what exact moment did the scales tip for each player's HOF career?
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01-01-2013, 03:44 AM
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Best example I can think of has to be Detroit's 2002 Cup win and personal Conn Smythe win for Nicklas Lidstrom, having already been (basically) awarded his second Norris in two years.
Vladislav Tretiak - 1972 Summit Series
Mats Sundin - the moment he scored his 500th goal
Isn't that a bit early in his career? He was only 20 at the time. Would he really be a Hall of Famer without his 1979-1984 peak?
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