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Hockey Hall of Fame sets new date, location to induct Class of 2020

Ceremony which was postponed due to coronavirus to take place Nov. 15 at Meridian Hall in Toronto

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The Hockey Hall of Fame announced Monday that it will celebrate the Class of 2020 on Nov. 15, moving beyond the extended "four walls of the Hall" for the first time since it relocated in 1993 to Brookfield Place. 

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Hockey Hall of Fame will display fan tweets next to Stanley Cup

All invited to share what winning trophy would mean to them with hashtag #StanleyTweets

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer

This is your chance at hockey immortality, without ever scoring a goal or making a save in the NHL.

All you need is a Twitter account.

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Goring among forwards worthy of Hall of Fame consideration

Mogilny, Nicholls, Provost also merit another look, Fischler says

by Stan Fischler / Special to NHL.com

Legendary hockey reporter Stan Fischler writes a weekly scrapbook for NHL.com. Fischler, known as "The Hockey Maven," shares his humor and insight with readers each Wednesday. 

This week, Stan presents a list of five forwards currently not in the Hockey Hall of Fame but who he believes rate consideration based on their accomplishments. They are listed alphabetically.

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Hockey Hall of Fame will be quiet instead of inducting Class of 2020

Ceremonies, originally scheduled this weekend, canceled due to coronavirus

by Dave Stubbs @Dave_Stubbs / NHL.com Columnist

In a world without the coronavirus, the Hockey Hall of Fame would be welcoming its six-member Class of 2020 this weekend. Instead, the Toronto shrine will open its doors to a modest number of masked visitors who will venture in during the pandemic.

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Hockey Hall of Fame delays 2020 inductions to November 2021

Will not hold elections for new members next year

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The Hockey Hall of Fame will delay honoring its six-member Class of 2020 until November 2021 and will not hold elections for new members next year.

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Hockey Hall of Fame postpones Induction Weekend due to COVID-19 pandemic

Rescheduling plans to be addressed at Oct. 29 meeting

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The 2020 Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Weekend and Celebration, scheduled for Nov. 13-16 in Toronto, has been postponed until further notice due to consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Gallagher, Peckham to be honored by Hockey Hall of Fame

Longtime hockey writer to receive Elmer Ferguson Award; former Lightning broadcaster winner of Foster Hewitt Award

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Tony Gallagher, a longtime Vancouver hockey writer, and former Tampa Bay Lightning television broadcaster Rick Peckham will be honored by the Hockey Hall of Fame as part of the class of 2020.

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Hossa says he 'had a few years left' in NHL

Forward elected to Hall of Fame stopped playing in 2017 because of skin condition

by Tracey Myers @Tramyers_NHL / NHL.com Staff Writer

Marian Hossa was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame on Wednesday but said he believes he could still be playing if not for a progressive skin disorder that ended his career after the 2016-17 season.

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Wilson, Lowe agree long wait for Hall of Fame election worth it

Humble former defensemen describe call from McDonald as 'pleasant shock' and 'surreal'

by Mike Zeisberger @Zeisberger / NHL.com Staff Writer

Doug Wilson was used to getting passed over for the Hockey Hall of Fame. 

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Iginla inspired by Fuhr, will join him in Hockey Hall of Fame

New electee hopes to be role model for young Black players like goalie was

by Nicholas J. Cotsonika @cotsonika / NHL.com Columnist

Jarome Iginla grew up in the Edmonton area in the 1980s amid the Edmonton Oilers dynasty. He said he wanted to be like Mark Messier and loved Wayne Gretzky the same as the other kids, but being Black, it was special to see Grant Fuhr.

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