Despite being a Stanley Cup-wining goalie and first-ballot Hall of Famer, Ed Belfour is an under-the-radar hockey hero.
From 1988 to 2007,…
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In honor of the Blackhawks celebrating Ed Belfour Heritage Night on Sunday, it’s worth a moment to look back at the Hall of Fame career of one of the great netminders in Hawks history. The following is an excerpt from … Continue reading →
There's still so much to like about Ed Belfour. Maybe it's the sheer fact that he has that whole every man persona that seems to truly resonate with fans of any sport. That appeal was apparent on Saturday night in Dallas when he was honored prior to a game between the Stars and Minnesota Wild for his 2011 induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Between 1997 and 2002, "...
The Hockey Hall of Fame has opened its doors to four new members.
Joe Nieuwendyk, Ed Belfour, Doug Gilmour and Mark Howe were presented with rings at the hall Monday morning.
Howe was a converted defenseman whose smooth skating and crisp passing helped the Flyers twice reach the Stanley finals. Nieuwendyk was a quiet leader who won three Stanley Cups with three teams.
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November 14, 2011