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Mike Gartner retired with the 5th most Goals of All Time. Yet he was never a star player and is derided in some corners of the internet as a “compiler”, i.e. a guy who was just very good and very healthy.
Does Mike Gartner actually belong in the Hockey Hall of Fame?
Listen to us discuss his case here:
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Cujo is 7th All Time in Wins and was, by Goalie Point Shares, the Most Valuable Goalie in the league for
three straight seasons and yet is not in the Hockey Hall of Fame.
So, does he belong?
Listen to us talk about him here:
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In journeyman career that saw him play for way too many teams, Mathieu Schneider amassed enough points to make him one of the top 25 offensive defensmen in NHL history (if you go by totals, not per game). That surprised us.
But Schneider has few individual accolades and not a lot of team success.
So does he belong in the Hall of Fame?
We discuss it on our latest episode. Listen here:
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Brett Hull is one of the greatest goal scorers in NHL history but he is often accused of being so one-dimensional that he shouldn’t be considered a great player.
In this episode, we discuss his case and whether or not he’s as one-dimensional as many often claim.
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Jeremy Roenick was a dominant offensive player who was one of the few true personalities in a league known for extremely boring players.
Or was he a dominant offensive player? Both of us remember him being dominant but the stats don’t really back it up.
Listen to us discuss Roenick’s case in our latest episode:
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Craig Janney is
14th All Time in Assists Per Game, one of only two players in the Top 15 who are not in the Hall of Fame or still active.
The big knocks against Janney are his minus, the length of his career and his lack of a truly dominant season.
We talk about Janney’s Hockey Hall of Fame case here:
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Keith Tkachuk (“TAYchuck” according to Don Cherry) is more notorious for his edge and his sneer than he is for his goal-scoring ability.
Was he good enough to be in the Hall of Fame?
We find out. Listen to us debate his case:
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