On Tuesday, the Hockey Hall of Fame will unveil its class of 2008 and Igor Larionov should be at the top of the list. Being selected may ease the sting he felt at being left out last year.
Ray Bourque and Paul Coffey are virtually assured of being selected to the Hockey Hall of Fame when this year's inductees are announced Wednesday.
Players Pat LaFontaine and Grant Fuhr, owner Mike Ilitch, and coach Brian Kilrea shared the joy hockey has given as they were inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, Jim Kelley writes.
Pat Lafontaine, Grant Fuhr, Brian Kilrea and Mike Ilitch form the Class of 2003.
Saturday's Flyers-Leafs proved one thing about the state of the game -- falling behind often means staying behind.
Which members of the Edmonton Oilers dynasty belong in the Hall of Fame? You decide.
Grant Fuhr has something better than Hall of Fame numbers -- Stanley Cup championships.
Goaltender Grant Fuhr, a member of five Stanley Cup championship teams with the Edmonton Oilers, and center Pat Lafontaine were elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame on June 11.
Five Stanley Cups and the fifth most victories among goalies make Grant Fuhr a sure thing for the Hall of Fame.
Goaltender Grant Fuhr, a member of five Stanley Cup championship teams with the Edmonton Oilers, headlines the list of first-year eligible players for induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame.