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Stevens among honorees at Hall of Fame game

by Staff Writer / New Jersey Devils –
This time, they cheered for Scott Stevens at a Toronto Maple Leafs game.

Stevens and his fellow Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2007 inductees Ron Francis, Jim Gregory, Al MacInnis and Mark Messier were honored with a ceremonial face-off before the Hall of Fame Game between the New York Rangers and the Maple Leafs at the Air Canada Centre on Saturday night.

The match kicked off the Hall of Fame Induction Weekend's festivities, which include Saturday's Hall of Fame Legends Classic, when the inductees will receive their Official Honored Member blazers.

The four-day celebration concludes with Monday evening's Induction Ceremony.

Stevens spent 13 of his 22 NHL seasons with the Devils, leading them to three Stanley Cup Championships and winning the Conn Smythe Trophy for playoff MVP in 2000.

Stevens' career spanned 1,635 games, which is the most of any defenseman in NHL history.

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