Angela James and Cammi Granato Make Hall History

Tuesday was a history-making day for the great sport of hockey as Angela James and Cammi Granato were inducted into the Hall of Fame. Granato and James will be the first women to be in the Hall. They’ll be formally inducted on November 8. James was a Canadian scoring superstar and played for Canada atContinue reading “Angela James and Cammi Granato Make Hall History”

Should Lindros Be Hall-Bound?

The debate is on for the Hall of Fame’s Class of 2010. The 18-member selection committee is already ramping up plenty of discussion about who’ll be in the Hall this round, with names like Joe Nieuwendyk’s getting batted around with frequency. Another name on the list is that of Eric Lindros. Held to only 760Continue reading “Should Lindros Be Hall-Bound?”

Crosby’s Puck Heads to Hall of Fame

The gold-medal puck had been on quite a journey since it landed Team Canada the top prize at the 2010 Winter Olympics, but it’s finally headed to the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto. The puck Crosby put past American goalie Ryan Miller went missing after the gold medal game and somehow found its wayContinue reading “Crosby’s Puck Heads to Hall of Fame”

Hockey Hall of Fame Inducts Class of ’09

Tonight was a special night as the Hockey Hall of Fame inducted a star-studded Class of 2009 into the record books. Forwards Steve Yzerman, Brett Hull, Luc Robitaille and defenceman Brian Leetch were inducted as Honoured Members on Monday in the players category, while New Jersey Devils GM Lou Lamoriello was enshrined as a builder.Continue reading “Hockey Hall of Fame Inducts Class of ’09”

Mats Sundin: Hall of Fame?

It surprised few hockey fans when Mats Sundin announced his retirement. After a career spanning 18 years, the 38-year-old Swede made it official and hung up the skates. He leaves a pretty solid career in his wake, what with a whole pile of accolades in Swedish hockey and a pretty decent run on the TorontoContinue reading “Mats Sundin: Hall of Fame?”