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            Keon celebrates 80th birthday quietly, while NHL season on pause

            Maple Leafs legend is healthy, taking precautions during coronavirus pandemic

            by Dave Stubbs / Columnist

            It was 80 degrees in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida on Sunday morning, and Dave Keon, turning 80, would soon be stretching his muscles before heading out for a half-hour bike ride.

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            Hockey Hall of Fame weathers first closure in its history

            Chairman McDonald says staff following government protocols related to coronavirus

            by Dave Stubbs / Columnist

            The Hockey Hall of Fame, like everything else in the game, is locked up tight, shut down by the coronavirus pandemic.

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            Hockey Hall of Fame to close for three weeks due to coronavirus

            Will reopen April 6; announcement comes one day after NHL season paused

            The Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum in Toronto will be closed from March 14-April 6 due to concerns of the coronavirus.

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            Sunday Long Read

            Hall of Fame goalies bond at Kinsmen celebrity event

            Brodeur, Parent, Fuhr, Hall, Belfour share stories, laughs at dinner in Saskatoon

            by Dave Stubbs / Columnist

            SASKATOON, Saskatchewan -- The careers of the five Hockey Hall of Fame goalies spanned seven decades, from 1952-53 through 2014-15. Forty-one years separated them, from age 47 to 88, having played for 14 different teams in an NHL with as few as six teams and as many as 30.

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            Teams with most future Hall of Famers discussed by

            Blackhawks, Lightning, Bruins among those favored to have several inductees

            With the Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2019 having been inducted Monday, 11 writers discussed which NHL team this season may have the most future Hall of Famers, encompassing players, coaches and executives. 

            Here are their thoughts: 

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            Iginla, Hossa, Mogilny among possibilities for Hall of Fame Class of 中国体彩官方app

            Gonchar, Alfredsson, Elias also among those who could be under consideration

            by Dan Rosen / Senior Writer

            TORONTO -- The speeches are over, the enshrinement complete, and the six plaques are going up in the Hockey Hall of Fame's Esso Great Hall for the class of 2019.

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            Highlights from Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2019 speeches

            Carbonneau, Zubov, Wickenheiser, Nedomansky, Rutherford, York inducted


            Best of the 2019 HHOF speeches

            Best of Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2019 speeches

            Watch some of the best moments from the 2019 Hockey Hall of Fame induction speeches

            • 03:30 •

            TORONTO -- The six newest members of the Hockey Hall of Fame were inducted Monday.

            Here are some of the key moments from the induction speeches of Guy Carbonneau, Sergei Zubov, Hayley Wickenheiser, Vaclav Nedomansky, Jim Rutherford and Jerry York:

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            Hockey Hall of Fame notebook: Class of 2019 induction ceremony

            Stories from red carpet on Zubov, Wickenheiser, Rutherford, Carbonneau

            NHL Tonight: Igor Larionov on HOF

            E.J. Hradek interviews Igor Larionov on new HOF

            E.J. Hradek interviews Igor Larionov on the new Hall Of Fame inductees.

            • 02:12 •

            Welcome中国体彩官方app to the Hockey Hall of Fame Induction notebook. A four-day celebration that included the Hall of Fame game, a fan Q&A with honorees and a legends game concluded Monday with the inductions of the class of 2019: Players Guy Carbonneau, Vaclav Nedomansky, Hayley Wickenheiser and Sergei Zubov, and builders Jim Rutherford and Jerry York.

            The festivities started with many of the Hall of Famers from past classes and other hockey dignitaries walking the red carpet. Here is a collection of stories from them about the class of 2019:

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            Short Shifts

            Rutherford's son pens congratulatory letter for Hall of Fame induction

            Penguins general manager honored in builder category in 2019

            by Pat Pickens / Staff Writer

            James Rutherford gave his dad an incredible gift for his Hall of Fame induction.

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            Rutherford 'very deserving' of place in Hockey Hall of Fame, Lemieux says

            Penguins co-owner 'knew we had our man' when interviewing him for general manager in 2014

            by Dan Rosen / Senior Writer

            TORONTO -- Mario Lemieux said he knew roughly an hour into his initial interview with Jim Rutherford more than five years ago that the right guy to be the new general manager of the Pittsburgh Penguins was sitting across from him.

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