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04-25-2013, 09:29 PM
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Originally Posted by reckoning View Post
Any Hall has to start its inductions with the early pioneers of their field, so for the first four inductees in a Fighter Hall of Fame, I would nominate:

Sprague Cleghorn
Joe Hall
Eddie Shore
Red Horner

Is there anyone else from the pre-O6 era who would be a better choice than any of them? Hooley Smith maybe?
I think you'd wanna add Black Jack Stewart from Chicago, circa 1940's. Nasty piece of work.... King Clancy, actually several more, as hockey was really a lot more violent from 1917 through the 30's. Post WW2, we should add;

Maurice Richard
Gordie Howe
Ted Lindsay
Ted Green
Orland Kurtenbach
bunch more...

From the WHA, a guy by the name of Frank Beaton apparently quite the Holy Terror, that league stacked with some serious Wingnut Pugilists & Miscreants. Then theres the minors. Guys like John Brophy etc etc etc...

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