1959 Hockey Inductees
After the monstrous 1958 Hockey Hall of Fame Class, the powers that be elected to have a relatively small group of only three players, but it was a select group that may have deserved the special attention that they received. All three men are people that the Hockey Hall of Fame can’t do without, and likely had a case for induction in the year previous, as opposed to some of the others who did get in.
41. Bob Flock
The brother of Tim and Fonty Flock, Bob Flock had four wins of his own in only 36 races, but amassed more than 200 wins in the Modified Division.The Bullet Points:Country of Origin: Fort Payne, Alabama, U.S.A.Retired In:1956Sprint Cup Wins:4Poles:3Top Ten Finishes:18Top Ten Finishes (Season): Sprint Cup Series:1949: 3rd