1970 Hockey Inductees
The 1970 Class featured a nice triumvirate of players. We had a pair of star Defencemen in the decorated Tom Johnson who was a star in the Montreal 1950’s dynasty and Bill Gadsby who never won nearly as much as Johnson, but matched him in individual accolades and the leading goal scorer (Babe Dye) in the NHL from the 1920’s, you have a pretty solid class. Not bad, Hockey Hall, not bad at all.
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