Paul Coffey will have his No. 7 retired by the Oilers on Tuesday night.
The Hockey Hall of Fame should be the pantheon of hockey gods. But it seems these days the inductees are less than godlike.
A trio of defensemen with nine combined Stanley Cup championships and diverse playing styles were inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday.
Ray Bourque needed 22 seasons to win a Stanley Cup. His wait to get into the Hockey Hall of Fame was much shorter. Bourque, Paul Coffey and Larry Murphy -- all high-scoring defensemen -- were elected in their first year of eligibility.
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.
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.