The four newest members of the American Hockey League Hall of Fame were enshrined Wednesday as part of the 2014 AHL All-Star Classic in St. John's, Newfoundland.
Dineen was a four-time 20-goal scorer in the AHL who went on to win two Calder Cups as coach of the Adirondack Red Wings. MacNeil won three Calder Cups as a coach and his .646 winning percentage is the highest in AHL history. Perreault won four Calder Cups and 229 regular-season as a goaltender for 13 seasons in the league. Slaney, a native of St. John's, was one of the highest-scoring defensemen in AHL history.
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The enshrinement was followed by the AHL All-Star Classic on Wednesday night at Mile One Centre in St. John's; a team of AHL All-Stars beat Farjestad of the Swedish Hockey League 7-2.