1965 Hockey Inductees
The 1965 Hockey Hall of Fame Class is a large one, though not exactly a distinguished one. There a few suspect choices in the group; again it what seemed like a rush people who were from the early era so that they presumably would not be forgotten by the looming expansion of the NHL. The headliners (if these are in fact who were) of the class were players remembered more being in shadows (Clint Benedict and Syd Howe) than anything else. This may be the weakest class in terms of “inductee per worthiness”. Hmmm, maybe we should create an IPW ratio per class…. Nahhhhh.
308. Chick Corea
A key man in the genre of Jazz Fusion, there are few musicians who have garnered more critical acclaim than Chick Corea. With multiple Grammies and numerous albums that garnered respect, there was seemingly no Jazz legend that Corea didn’t play with, learn from or inspire. Corea was by no means the ground zero of Jazz, but he could be…Comments (2)