1967 Hockey Inductees
1967. The year of the NHL Expansion from six teams to twelve, the 100th Anniversary of the Dominion of Canada, and the year in which Hockey Hall of Fame induction classes became small and easier to honour. This group of three players (and no builders, which was a first) gave us two deserving players in Turk Broda and Neil Colville with a bit of a headscratcher in the third selection of Harry Oliver. Still, these small focused classes made the induction ceremony more special for the inductees, the fans and for the Hockey Hall of Fame overall. It also made it a lot easier for us to sum up!
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