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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.View Entire Story
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