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09-01-2013, 08:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Canadiens1958 View Post
A lot of hockey was played between 1945, acting on the idea and 1961 the physical reality of the building on the CNE grounds. Yet both dates are strictly arbitrary that in no way change a player's talent, contribution or heritage. Eddie Shore would have been an all time great regardless of when the idea of a HHOF was adopted. Likewise a large number of discussable candidates would exist.
Eddie Shore isn't the issue here, Buddy O'Connor is, and his career is really questionable for a top 80 guy IMO.

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