Legends of Hockey - Induction Showcase - 2013 Induction Eligibility


2013 Induction Celebration

The annual meeting of the Selection Committee will be held in Toronto on July 9 to select and announce the 2013 inductees.
The 2013 Induction Weekend festivities will run from Friday, November 8th through Sunday, November 10th, 2013
culminating with the Induction Celebration on Monday, November 11th, 2013.

Click here for information about the 2012 Media Honourees.

The Hockey Hall of Fame Selection Committee consists of 18 individuals appointed by the Board of Directors, whose mandate is to nominate and elect candidates as Honoured Members in the Player, Builder
and Referee/Linesman categories. Player and Referee/Linesman candidates must have concluded
their respective playing or officiating careers for a minimum of three playing seasons. Players
eligible are those that retired prior to the 2009-2010 season.

First-Year Eligible Player for Induction 2013
Note: The below lists include only first-year eligible goaltenders that played a minimum of 300 NHL regular season games, won over 150 NHL games, or recorded 25 or more NHL shutouts. The forwards and defensemen listed played a minimum of 800 NHL regular season games or recorded a minimum of 300 goals, 400 assists or 700 points.

They do NOT include all players eligible for Induction 2013.

Name Position Games Wins Shutouts Stanley Cup Titles Canada/World Cup Titles

Dan Cloutier

G

351

139

15

0

0

Roman Turek

G

328

159

27

0

0

Name Position Games Goals Assists Points Stanley Cup Titles Canada/World Cup Titles World Champ Titles Olympic Gold

Rob Blake

D

1,270

240

537

777

1

0

2

1

Rod Brind'Amour

C

1,484

454

732

1,184

1

0

1

0

Chris Chelios

D

1,651

185

763

948

3

1

0

0

Mathieu Dandenault

RW

868

68

135

203

3

0

1

0

Shean Donovan

RW

951

112

129

241

0

0

1

0

Bill Guerin

RW

1,263

429

427

856

2

1

0

0

Paul Kariya

LW

989

402

587

989

0

0

1

1

Mike Keane

LW

1,161

168

302

470

4

0

0

0

Robert Lang

C

989

261

442

703

0

0

1

1

Jere Lehtinen

RW

875

243

271

514

1

0

1

0

Kirk Maltby

RW

1,020

128

132

260

4

1

0

0

Brad May

LW

1,041

127

162

289

1

0

0

0

Dean McAmmond

LW

996

186

262

448

0

0

0

0

Markus Naslund

LW

1,117

395

474

869

0

0

0

0

Scott Niedermayer

D

1,263

172

568

740

4

1

1

2

Miroslav Satan

RW

1,050

363

372

735

1

0

1

0

Mathieu Schneider

D

1,289

223

520

743

1

1

0

0

Bryan Smolinski

C

1,056

274

377

651

0

0

0

0

Darryl Sydor

D

1,291

98

409

507

2

0

0

0

Keith Tkachuk

C

1,201

538

527

1,065

0

1

0

0

Darcy Tucker

RW

947

215

261

476

0

0

0

0

Brendan Witt

D

890

25

96

121

0

0

0

0

Stephane Yelle

C

991

96

169

265

2

0

0

0

Alexei Zhitnik

D

1,085

96

375

471

0

0

2

1

Sergei Zubov

D

1,068

152

619

771

2

0

0

1

Name NHL Awards/Honours

Rob Blake

James Norris Memorial Trophy (1998)

Rod Brind'Amour

Frank J. Selke Trophy (2006, 2007)

Chris Chelios

James Norris Memorial Trophy (1989, 1993, 1996)

Jere Lehtinen

Frank J. Selke Trophy (1998, 1999, 2003)

Scott Niedermayer

James Norris Memorial Trophy (2004)
Conn Smythe Trophy (2007)

Paul Kariya

Lady Byng Memorial Trophy (1996, 1997)

Markus Naslund

Lester B. Pearson Award (2003)

Roman Turek

William M. Jennings Trophy (1999, 2000)


The following lists do NOT include all players eligible for Induction 2013.

The forwards and defensemen listed have registered at least 400 NHL goals, 500 assists (defensemen only) or 1000 NHL points,
or have won 6 Stanley Cup titles or 2 Canada/World Cup titles, or are members of the "Triple Gold Club"
(winners of the World Championship, Canada/World Cup, and the Stanley Cup).

The goaltenders listed have played a minimum 500 NHL regular season games
and have either won over 250 NHL games or have recorded 50 or more shutouts in the NHL.

Name Goals Assists Points Canada/World Cup Titles Stanley Cup Titles Olympic Gold World Champ Titles
Tony Amonte 416 484 900 1 (USA) 0 0 0
Dave Andreychuk 640 698 1,338 0 1 0 0
Dave Babych 142 581 723 0 0 0 0
Ralph Backstrom 278 361 639 0 6 0 0
Brian Bellows 485 537 1,022 1 (CAN) 1 0 0
Peter Bondra 503 389 892 0 0 0 0
V. Damphousse 432 773 1,205 0 1 0 0
Steve Duchesne 227 525 752 0 1 0 1 (CAN)
Ray Ferraro 408 490 898 0 0 0 0
Theoren Fleury 455 633 1,088 1 (CAN) 1 1 (CAN) 0
Alexei Gusarov 39 128 167 0 1 1 (RUS) 3 (RUS)
Larry Hillman 36 196 232 0 6 0 -
Phil Housley 338 894 1,232 1 (USA) 0 0 0
Dale Hunter 323 697 1,020 0 0 0 0
Tomas Jonsson 85 259 344 0 2 1 (SWE) 1 (SWE)
Valeri Kamensky 200 301 501 0 1 1 (RUS) 3 (RUS)
Steve Larmer 441 571 1,012 1 (CAN) 1 0 0
John LeClair 406 413 819 1 (USA) 1 0 0
Hakan Loob 193 236 429 0 1 1 (SWE) 2 (SWE)
Kevin Lowe 84 347 431 1 (CAN) 6 0 0
John MacLean 413 429 842 0 0 0 0
Rick Middleton 448 557 1,005 1 (CAN) 0 0 0
Alexander Mogilny 473 559 1,032 0 1 0 0
Mats Naslund 251 383 634 0 1 1 (SWE) 1 (SWE)
Teppo Numminen 117 520 637 0 0 0 0
Bernie Nichols 475 735 1,210 0 0 0 0
John Ogrodnick 402 425 827 0 0 0 0
Brian Propp 425 579 1,004 1 (CAN) 0 0 -
Claude Provost 254 335 589 0 9 0 0
Stephane Richer 421 398 819 0 2 0 0
Gary Roberts 438 472 910 0 1 0 0
Jeremy Roenick 513 703 1,216 0 0 0 0
Brendan Shanahan 656 698 1,354 1 (CAN) 3 1 (CAN) 1 (CAN)
Bobby Smith 357 679 1,036 0 1 0 0
Brent Sutter 363 466 829 3 (CAN) 2 0 0
Gary Suter 203 641 844 1 (USA) 1 0 0
Jean-Guy Talbot 43 242 285 0 7 0 -
Dave Taylor 431 638 1,069 0 0 0 0
Steve Thomas 421 512 933 0 0 0 0
Rick Tocchet 440 512 952 2 (CAN) 1 0 0
Pierre Turgeon 515 812 1,327 0 0 0 0
Garry Unger 413 391 804 0 0 0 0
Rick Vaive 441 435 876 0 0 0 0
Pat Verbeek 522 541 1,063 0 1 0 1 (CAN)
Doug Wilson 237 590 827 0 0 0 0

Name Shutouts Wins Stanley Cup Titles Canada/World Cup Titles
Tom Barrasso 38 369 2 0
Don Beaupre 17 268 0 0
Dan Bouchard 27 286 0 0
Sean Burke 38 324 0 0
Lorne Chabot 72 201 2 -
Ron Hextall 23 296 0 1
Kelly Hrudey 17 271 0 0
Curtis Joseph 51 454 0 1
Dave Kerr 51 203 1 -
Olaf Kolzig 35 303 0 0
Mike Liut 25 294 0 0
Andy Moog 28 372 3 0
Gilles Meloche 20 270 0 0
Felix Potvin 32 266 0 0
Mike Richter 24 301 1 1
John Ross Roach 58 219 1 -
Rogie Vachon 51 355 3 1
John Vanbiesbrouk 40 374 0 0
Mike Vernon 27 385 2 0

The following list includes eligible players who have registered
at least 100 points in Senior Men's or Women's World Championship play.

Name Nation Goals Assists Points World Champ Titles Olympic Titles
Boris Mikhailov USSR 98 71 169 8 2
Alexander Maltsev USSR 77 89 156 9 2
Vladimir Petrov USSR 74 80 154 9 2
Sven Johansson Sweden 84 43 127 3 0
Sergei Makarov USSR 50 68 118 8 2
Vladimir Martinec CSSR 52 58 110 3 0
Ven. Alexandrov USSR 63 41 104 4 2
Jiri Holik CSSR 55 41 104 3 0
Anatoli Firsov USSR 59 42 101 6 3



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2013 Hockey Hall Of Fame NHL Media Award Winners Announced

TORONTO (June 11, 2013) — Chuck Kaiton, President of the NHL Broadcasters' Association, and Kevin Allen, President of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association, announced today that HARRY NEALE will receive the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award for outstanding contributions as a hockey broadcaster, and JAY GREENBERG will receive the Elmer Ferguson Memorial Award for excellence in hockey journalism.

Harry Neale
Harry Neale used the insights gathered over a 20-year coaching career to become one of North America's most popular hockey analysts. After coaching stints at Ohio State University, the World Hockey Association and with the NHL's Vancouver Canucks and Detroit Red Wings, Neale turned to broadcasting in 1986. Starting at CBC's Hockey Night in Canada, Neale combined a deep knowledge of the game with a unique and humourous approach that endeared him to hockey fans. While with Hockey Night the native of Sarnia, Ontario, covered three Olympic Games, two World Cups of Hockey and countless important NHL games. For the past six years Neale has served as a broadcast analyst with the Buffalo Sabres.

"Harry has entertained millions of hockey fans in the United States and Canada for close to thirty years," said Kaiton. "His unique brand of humour and insight has been memorable. He is extremely worthy of this honour and the NHL Broadcasters' Association applauds him for his great work in all aspects of hockey."

Jay Greenberg
Jay Greenberg's first NHL writing experience was at the Kansas City Star, covering the city's NHL team during its inaugural season. The Johnstown, Pennsylvania native then covered the Philadelphia Flyers for 14 years. His renowned copy skills and in-depth analysis of the team produced an avid readership, and led to several non-fiction books focused on the Flyers. Full Spectrum, one of the most complete histories of a team ever done, was published in 1996. Gordie Howe's Son: A Hall of Fame Life in the Shadow of Mr. Hockey (co-authored with Honoured Member, Mark Howe) will be published in October, 2013. Greenberg's 40-year writing career has also included a high profile post at Sports Illustrated, a featured column in The Hockey News, and general sports columnist roles at both the Toronto Sun and New York Post.

"During the prime of Jay's career, he was probably the best NHL beat writer in America," said Allen. "He was both a gifted writer and a thorough reporter. It was a treat to read his NHL coverage."

Neale and Greenberg will receive their awards at a luncheon presentation in Toronto on Monday, November 11, and their award plaques will be displayed in the Esso Great Hall at the Hockey Hall of Fame alongside the 88 past award recipients.




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