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Will Sedins be elected into Hall of Fame now that Bure got in?


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I believe if they retire without a cup they will most likely have a few snub years but eventually yes, they will be elected into the hall. I also think if either of them win more individual trophies it really helps their case for an earlier induction.

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They will make it to 1000+ points I imagine.. Just hope they can rebound from this past season and keep up there 90-100 point paces the next few years...(I would love to see them finish 1st and 2nd in scoring someday).. Not sure if they would make it in the Hall for sure, but the fact that they are twins, might push them in...

When they do retire, they will for sure go down as the best twins/brothers to ever play in the NHL.

EDIT: Also, it is outrageous that it took them so long to put Bure and Oates in the Hall. The best goal scorer and best passer ever... Phil Housley should be in there too, but I imagine they won't put him in because they are all idiots.

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They will make it to 1000+ points I imagine.. Just hope they can rebound from this past season and keep up there 90-100 point paces the next few years...(I would love to see them finish 1st and 2nd in scoring someday).. Not sure if they would make it in the Hall for sure, but the fact that they are twins, might push them in...

When they do retire, they will for sure go down as the best twins/brothers to ever play in the NHL.

EDIT: Also, it is outrageous that it took them so long to put Bure and Oates in the Hall. The best goal scorer and best passer ever... Phil Housley should be in there too, but I imagine they won't put him in because they are all idiots.

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They'll get in, they've won the Olympics, they've got two broze medals in the WC, they're both scoring champions, Hart- and Person-award winners. When they retire they'll probably have around 1000 points in the NHL.

They're also the inventors of the "cycle-game".

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They'll get in, they've won the Olympics, they've got two broze medals in the WC, they're both scoring champions, Hart- and Person-award winners. When they retire they'll probably have around 1000 points in the NHL.

They're also the inventors of the "cycle-game".

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