Hockey Hall of Fame Induction: 10 Biggest Snubs for the Hall

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Hockey Hall of Fame Induction: 10 Biggest Snubs for the Hall
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Brendan Shanahan was just one worthy Hall member who was overlooked in 2012.

The Hockey Hall of Fame inducted four new members this year, but who did they leave out?

Toronto has extended hockey's highest honor to four worthy men: Adam Oates, Joe Sakic, Mats Sundin and Pavel Bure. Each of these guys was a bona fide star, racking up thousands of points and dozens of All-Star appearances. Their enshrinement is a testament to decades of service to the game.

The Hall welcomes a maximum of four players in a given year, but considering how many estimable candidates there are, the Hall ought to open its doors even wider.

Let's take a look at the 10 hockey legends who are most deserving of enshrinement in Toronto.

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