If you didn’t see him play, it’s possible Stan Mikita’s resume is better than you think it should be. In addition to winning multiple
Hart trophies, Art Ross trophies and the Stanley Cup, he’s likely the 2nd best centre of the ’60s and among the best centres of the ’70s.
So it’s clear Stan Mikita belongs in the Hockey Hall of Fame. The question is, where does Stan Mikita rank among centres all time?
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Peter Stastny is a legend; one of the NHL’s first European-trained stars and in the Top 10 All Time in both APG and PPG.
But he was never close to the best player in league – he has one Top 5 Hart finish in his entire career – and he was never a star in best-on-best international competition.
So, does he deserve his reputation as one of the great players of the 1980s?
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Peter Brondra is one of the best Slovak players of all time and scored 500 goals at a time it was pretty hard to do so. Had the Rocket Richard Trophy existed he would have won it twice.
So, does he belong in the Hall of Fame? Listen to us talk about his case here:
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A lot of people probably think Ziggy Palffy doesn’t have a case in hell for Hall of Fame. Well, we beg top differ.
In our latest episode, hear us make a case for Palffy’s induction, based upon the standards set by previous inductees.
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Marian Hossa combined long-term offensive productivity with defensive dominance on the wing, does he belong in the Hockey Hall of Fame?
He has the career numbers given when he played but he never dominated offensively and he was never awarded the Selke.
Listen to us discuss Hossa’s case here:
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