At what exact moment did the scales tip for each player's HOF career?
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01-05-2013, 01:46 AM
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Patrick Roy - winning his 3rd Vezina in 1992. Even after winning his 2nd Vezina he only had 2 Vezinas + Conn Smythe in 5 years, most of them spent in a tandem, which is similar to Tim Thomas' record, and it's not certain Thomas will get in.
Winning his second Conn Smythe the following year made him an absolute lock.
I'd split the difference and say he was in by 1991. Leader in save percentage three times by that point (a feat that only Roy and Hasek have accomplished since it became an official statistic), an additional 2nd place finish, a fifth place finish, two Vezinas, three Jennings, two 1st Team All-Stars, two 2nd Team All-Stars, a Conn Smythe, two Stanley Cup Finals, a Calder Cup, and an 11-2 record in playoff overtime. Let's say his sinus operation in the off-season ended his career: I think he's still in. 1992 made him a 1st Ballot HOFer.
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