Hall Of Fame

The Greatest Players

The Hockey Hall of Fame is currently located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. As of 2022, there are a total of 422 inductees in various categories in the Hockey Hall of Fame. Individuals are voted on by a Hall of Fame selection committee that showcase aspects of hockey excellence.

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Phil Esposito of the Boston Bruins
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Ray Bourque of the Boston Bruins
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Bobby Orr of the Boston Bruins

Phil Esposito
Ray Bourque
Bobby Orr

Philip "Phil" Esposito

Phil Esposito is a former Canadien hockey player that spent the majority of his career as a Boston Bruins. A multiple-award winner Esposito is widely considered to be one of the top 100 greatest hockey players to have ever played the sport. Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1984 Esposito stands 7th overall for total goals scored in his career among the entire National Hockey League. Esposito's dominance during his tenure with the Bruins easily places him among the absolute elite of hockey players.

Raymond "Ray" Bourque

Joining his fellow Canadien Phil Esposito as an all-time great was Ray Bourque one of the most prolific NHL defensemen to lace up the skates and wear the spoked B logo. Bourque served 21 of his 23 seasons as an active player with the Boston Bruins. He holds the NHL record for the most goals, assists, and points attained by an NHL defenseman a record that holds to this day.

Robert "Bobby" Orr

Bobby Orr is another example of an outstanding NHL defenseman. Orr was the youngest person to ever be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame at the age of 31. He won the Norris trophy a record 8 times and the Art Ross, a trophy awarded to a player who leads the league in points. Orr won the Art Ross trophy twice in his career. His dominance is a milestone that many NHL hopefuls strive to pass.