1958 Hockey Inductees
The Hockey Hall of Fame took six years off from inductions to return in 1958 with a massive group of twenty players and builders. Why they could not have spread this group out over the previous years was puzzling, especially considering that this group largely consisted of players long since eligible based on the Hall’s bylaws. From here on in, they would induct classes annually, but it would still be many years until a cohesive induction pattern would emerge.
192. John Mayall
Considered one of the biggest icons of British Blues, John Mayall may be revered far more as a mentor than as a performer. The large string of British Blues Rock stars that were inspired or taught by Mayall is an endless one. John Mayall and his Bluesbreakers certainly recorded a lot of material, but he will likely go down in…Comments (1)