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Hockey hall of Fame

View Poll Results: Who's In if we're doing the voting
Bernie Federko 9 10.98%
Glen Anderson 22 26.83%
Paul Henderson 10 12.20%
Clark Gillies 9 10.98%
Cam Neely 40 48.78%
Guy Carbonneau 18 21.95%
Dale Hawerchuck 61 74.39%
Kevin Lowe 18 21.95%
Mike Gartner 45 54.88%
Andy Moog 10 12.20%
Joey Mullen 23 28.05%
Neal Broten 4 4.88%
Kelly Buchberger 5 6.10%
Roger Neilson 38 46.34%
John McLean 3 3.66%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 82. You may not vote on this poll

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11-06-2004, 04:26 PM
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Hockey hall of Fame

The Hall of Fame is always a contentious issue amongst hockey fans. Since there's nothing better to do, let's see who belongs in and who does not amongst some of the "quesitonables" who are in and those who are not. Vote for up to 7

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11-06-2004, 07:05 PM
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Bernie Federko
Glen Anderson
Clark Gillies
Cam Neely
Guy Carbonneau
Mike Gartner
Joey Mullen

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11-06-2004, 07:19 PM
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I voted for Hawerchuk.

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okay, who's the other bozo that voted for Buchberger. Give me your address, the cheque's in the mail.....

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11-06-2004, 08:18 PM
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Hawerchuck, Neilson & Gartner FOR SURE.

Mullen and Neely are close.

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I voted for Hawerchuk.
Me too (did you realize you could vote for more than 1?) I did and Hawerchuk was my one and only still.

there's even more I'd like to throw out starting with Harold Ballard (rot in hell)

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Me too (did you realize you could vote for more than 1?) I did and Hawerchuk was my one and only still.

there's even more I'd like to throw out starting with Harold Ballard (rot in hell)

Hawerchuck seems to be the favorite.

What, no likey Harold Ballard??? And he seemed so sensible......

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Hawerchuk, Neely and Neilson.

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Hawerchuk, Neely and Neilson.

No love for Buchberger?

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Ducky .. and that's it.

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I voted for Hawerchuk and Gartner, and would have voted for Neilson but missed his name.

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No love for Buchberger?
If the vote was for someone who should never take his helmet off, he would have my vote. But not for the Hall...NO WAY!

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Of all of the guys Hawerchuk is the best of all of them, followed by Neely. I voted Hawerchuk no sweat.

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I went with Howerchuk, Lowe and Nielson.

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Me too (did you realize you could vote for more than 1?) I did and Hawerchuk was my one and only still.

there's even more I'd like to throw out starting with Harold Ballard (rot in hell)
Yeah, I realized it but Hawerchuk was the only guy I felt was deserving.

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Hawerchuk is the only deserving player on the list. Others like Neely, Gartner, Lowe and Anderson are borderline.

Neilson gets in for innovation, not for his coaching numbers. As a junior coach he was a master at defensive systems and was the first to use video to study the habits of his own team and the opposition. Teams nowadays can't even conceive of coaching without video and they ALL use aspects of defensive systems Roger thought up in the 70s. To me Neilson is the easiest "in" on the whole list.

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Now three of you have shared my love for Buchberger. ANyone care to start a write-in campaign to the selection committee???

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Scary, isn't it, that we seem to be doing a much better job of choosing than the official committee does?

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One that is not on the list but should, no MUST be going in to the builders category is Bill Hunter, it is sad that some are still holding grudges against this man for what he did for hockey in the west.

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Isnt Hawerchuck already in the hockey hall of fame???

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Isnt Hawerchuck already in the hockey hall of fame???
Yes, as is Gillies, Federko and Mullen.

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How in the hell are people not voting for Mike Gartner? The guy scored over 700 goals! What does he have to do to be considered HoF worthy by the 21 of you who didn't vote for him?

I went with Gartner and Hawerchuk.

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Anderson, Gartner, Mullen.

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Yes, as is Gillies, Federko and Mullen.
So is Gartner.

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Hawerchuk, Neely and Neilson.
how could you leave out neely proof that the hhof is frigging clueless

also add herb carnegie to that list if hobey baker's in so should he add tretiak and valerie kharmalov also :mad: :mad: :mad:

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