The Class of 2017
A look at the seven who will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Nov. 20 in Toronto:
The skinny: The “Finnish Flash’’ set the NHL rookie record with 76 goals for the Winnipeg Jets in 1992-93. … Finished with 684 goals and 1,457 points in 1,451 games over 21 NHL seasons to rank 15th all-time. … Won Stanley Cup with Anaheim in 2007.
The skinny: Finished with 989 points (402 goals, 587 assists) in 989 games with four teams over 15 seasons. … . Helped Anaheim reach the 2003 Stanley Cup Final. … Olympic gold medalist with Canada in 2002. … 1993 Hobey Baker Award winner at Maine.
The skinny: Captained for Tampa Bay in its 2004 Stanley Cup-winning season. … Scored 640 goals and had 698 assists in 23 seasons, ranking 29th all-time with 1,338 points.
The skinny: Three-time Cup winner — Pittsburgh in 1991, Carolina in 2006 and Boston in 2011. … In 22 seasons, had 577 goals and 956 assists to rank 12th all-time.
The skinny: Two-time Olympic gold medalist for Canada. … Seven-time gold medalist in world championships. … Had 113 goals and 105 assists in 171 international games.
The skinny: Boston Bruins owner since 1975. … Elected as chairman of the NHL Board of Governors in 2007. … Won the Lester Patrick Award for service to hockey in the United States in 2015.
The skinny: Won six national championships for the University of Alberta. … Career wins leader in Canadian college coaching.