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First Down: Hockey Hall of Fame’s Class of 2010?
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She rallied from last place to beat male counterparts in the Breeders’ Cup Classic and likely claim horse of the year honors.
TWT FIVE MEMBERS OF THE 2010 HOCKEY HALL OF FAME CLASS
A few days after the 2009 class was inducted, here’s an early prediction for 2010:
1. Eric Lindros — Though he didn’t live up to the “Next One” expectations, he was one of the dominant players of his era.
2. Pavel Bure — He only played 702 regular-season games in the NHL, but he scored 437 goals.
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