Every NHL Team’s Most Likely Hockey Hall of Famer

December 24th, 2014 by Jonathan Willis Leave a reply »
Enshrinement in the Hockey Hall of Fame is the highest personal award to which an NHL player can aspire. It notes that player as one of the all-time greats, or at the very least as an exceptional third-liner with a lot of Cup rings.

Chris Pronger gets the title photo here because he's not an active player; though he's still under contract with the Philadelphia Flyers, his career is finished. He's a lock for the Hall, after an irritating, controversial and brilliantly successful 1,167-game career. 

But which player on each of the NHL's 30 teams has the best case for eventual elevation to the Hall of Fame? The following slideshow attempts to answer that question, generally deferring to proven veterans whenever possible and identifying promising youngsters when it isn't. Read on to see which players could be bound for the Hall. 

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