Former Preds player Paul Kariya headed to Hockey Hall of Fame

Former Preds player Paul Kariya headed to Hockey Hall of Fame

Former Preds player Paul Kariya headed to Hockey Hall of Fame

The 2017 Induction Celebration will be held at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto on November 13.

"It is certainly deserved", said long-time Bruins executive Harry Sinden, who is also a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame's "Builders" category.

He won a gold medal with Canada in 2002 and was a two-time victor of the Lady Byng Trophy.

Rounding out the inductees are Goyette, Drake, and Jacobs.

Jeremy Jacobs has been owner and governor of the Boston Bruins since he purchased the team in 1975.

Andreychuk played one season for the Bruins in 1999-2000, tallying 33 of his 1,338 points and logging 63 of his 1,639 National Hockey League games played. I didn't foresee seven teams I played for and bouncing back and forth in between with Pittsburgh, but I think Pittsburgh is a great place to live and a great city to be in and a great place to raise my kids.

"I didn't retire willingly", said Kariya, who won an Olympic gold medal with Canada at the 2002 Olympics.

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He was the 16th pick in the 1982 draft. Selanne scored 514 points in 455 games; Kariya had 528 in 395.

Goyette won two Olympic golds for Canada, meanwhile, along with eight world championship crowns and Drake was a coaching legend, mostly on the Canadian university scene. He joins Selanne as one of only 21 players since 1990 to register at least one point per-game (min. 500 games).

Recchi, who had been passed over the past three years, had been the only retired player with 500 goals and 1,500 points who was not in the Hall of Fame.

"I can't thank the selection committee enough for this recognition", Recchi said.

"It's an incredible feeling and the icing on the cake after 22 years of playing the game", Recchi said. The "Finnish Flash" had won almost every trophy under the sun, including a Stanley Cup, the Calder Memorial Trophy (as rookie of the year), as well as the Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy (for most goals scored in a season). And it wouldn't have been a Stanley Cup Final if there wasn't that much dislike - we really didn't like each other. Like Eric Lindros, who was inducted a year ago, Kariya was an outspoken critic against the NHL's treatment and prevention of concussions, often saying the league's rules did not allow adequate protection of players. "I am indebted to our team's leaders and players, but most of all, to our fans, for giving me a broad and deeply appreciative perspective of the game".

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