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Topic - Pavel Bure
Alex Ovechkin is two goals way from reaching 400 in the NHL. Only five players have gotten there faster.
There is something missing from Joe Sakic's new plaque at the Hockey Hall of Fame _ and it's not because the printer made a mistake.
Joe Sakic was four years old when his father took him to his first hockey game.
"I think it's the biggest achievement you can get in hockey," said Bure. "The selection committee combines everything you've done for hockey worldwide, so for me it's a huge honor. It feels great."
"It's a huge honor," he said, before handing part of the credit to Pat Quinn, the co-chairman of the Hall of Fame selection committee who was his first NHL coach with the Canucks.