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S43 Hall of Fame Ceremony
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(This post was last modified: 10-22-2018, 01:00 PM by StamkosFan.)

S43 HALL OF FAME CEREMONY
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Hello, and welcome to the SHL Hall of Fame Ceremony! Our presentation will begin promptly at 5:30 PM EST tonight. Please join us as we honor and commemorate the legends of our sport.


For those of you who do not know, here is how the voting works. First place on a ballot gives that person 10 points, there will be 7 points for 2nd place, 5 for third, 3 for fourth, and 1 for fifth. 35 points to qualify.

THE CANDIDATES

1. Ales Smirnov
2. Jed Lloren
3. Luke Fleming
4. Benjamin Reid
5. Mark Harter
6. Geoffrey Allen
7. Elyk
8. Raven Silverwing
9. Rembrandt Q. Einstein
10. Crutcheid
11. Timo Haas
12. Chester Cunningham
13. Liam Kinsler

The following players received no votes and will be removed from the ballot as it is their 7th and final season eligible:

Tommy Creller
Miles Berger
Patrick Brumm
Andrey Barbashev
Jhonas Skarsgaard
Cynthia Taylor
Kaapo Kekkonen
Pavel Bursyuk
Jaime Hill
Robb Wind
Mikko Koskinen
Kris Labsvards

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#2
(This post was last modified: 10-22-2018, 05:42 PM by StamkosFan.)

Hello, and welcome to the S43 Hall of Fame Ceremony! We have many great players in attendance hoping to add their names to our ranks. In such a storied league, you will find that the past and the future are more entangled than you would think. We hope to honor players tonight who have had lengthy, productive careers and impacted their SHL teams in a way that leaves a lasting legacy. Without further ado, let us begin!
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#3
(This post was last modified: 10-22-2018, 05:44 PM by StamkosFan.)

Tonight’s first nominee is Ales Smirnov.

Smirnov received 3 votes and will not be inducted into the Hall of Fame this year. Better luck next season!
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#6
(This post was last modified: 10-22-2018, 05:57 PM by StamkosFan.)

Our next nominee is Jed Lloren.

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Lloren received 56 votes and will be inducted to the Hall of Fame!

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Career Statistics
Career Regular Season Stats:
GP: 1057 | G: 336 | A: 491 | P: 827 | +/-: 149 | PIM: 510 | HIT: 1241 | SB: 311

Seasons Active:
S20-S40

Career Awards:
2x 2nd All-Star Team (S24, S32)
2x 3rd All-Star Team (S33, S35)
 
Lloren was an elite playmaker, with silky hands and dazzling agility. He split his career between 5 teams, which were the West Kendall Platoon, the Texas Renegades, the Seattle Riot, the Los Angeles Panthers, and the Buffalo Stampede. He was a familiar face across the league whose services were valued by many, and posted solid numbers to the end. He was not shy of physicality, and was a ferocious sight on both ends of the ice. He could run a power play or man the penalty kill, thanks to his smarts and vision. We believe that his tenure in the SHL was nothing short of spectacular and merits this honor. Congratulations! @r1c3bowl22
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#7
(This post was last modified: 10-22-2018, 05:51 PM by StamkosFan.)

We continue with Luke Fleming.

Fleming received 21 votes and fell short of the 35 votes mark. Better luck in S44!
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#8
(This post was last modified: 10-22-2018, 05:51 PM by StamkosFan.)

Next up is Benjamin Reid.

Reid received 13 votes, which is not enough to be inducted. Better luck in the upcoming year!
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(This post was last modified: 10-22-2018, 05:56 PM by StamkosFan.)

Next up is Mark Harter.

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Harter received 71 votes and will be inducted into the Hall of Fame!

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Career Statistics
Career Regular Season Stats:
GP: 711 | W: 359 | L: 279 | OTL: 73 | SV%: 0.904 | GAA: 2.77 | SO: 43

Seasons Active: 
S22-S40

Career Awards:
3x 1st All-Star Team (S27, S28, S34)
1x 2nd All-Star Team (S31)
All-Rookie Team (S23)
1x John McBride Trophy (S27)
1x Mike Honcho Trophy (S27)
1x Challenge Cup (S35)
Ryan Jesster Nominee (S23)
2x John McBride Nominee (S31, S34)

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#10

Our next nominee is Geoffrey Allen.

Allen received 1 vote and did not qualify for the Hall of Fame. Better luck next time!
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#11
(This post was last modified: 10-22-2018, 06:00 PM by StamkosFan.)

Subsequently, we have Elyk.

 
Elyk received 3 votes and fell short of the required amount. Better luck in the next run!
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10-22-2018, 05:48 PMStamkosFan Wrote: Our next nominee is Jed Lloren.

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Lloren received 56 votes and will be inducted to the Hall of Fame!

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Career Statistics
Career Regular Season Stats:
GP: 1057 | G: 336 | A: 491 | P: 827 | +/-: 149 | PIM: 510 | HIT: 1241 | SB: 311

Seasons Active:
S20-S40

Career Awards:
2x 2nd All-Star Team (S24, S32)
2x 3rd All-Star Team (S33, S35)
 
Lloren was an elite playmaker, with silky hands and dazzling agility. He split his career between 5 teams, which were the West Kendall Platoon, the Texas Renegades, the Seattle Riot, the Los Angeles Panthers, and the Buffalo Stampede. He was a familiar face across the league whose services were valued by many, and posted solid numbers to the end. He was not shy of physicality, and was a ferocious sight on both ends of the ice. He could run a power play or man the penalty kill, thanks to his smarts and vision. We believe that his tenure in the SHL was nothing short of spectacular and merits this honor. Congratulations! @r1c3bowl22

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#13
(This post was last modified: 10-22-2018, 06:01 PM by StamkosFan.)

Next up is Raven Silverwing.

 
Silverwing received 12 votes and came up shy of the mandatory target. Better luck next year!
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10-22-2018, 06:00 PMTomen Wrote:
10-22-2018, 05:48 PMStamkosFan Wrote: Our next nominee is Jed Lloren.

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Lloren received 56 votes and will be inducted to the Hall of Fame!

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Career Statistics
Career Regular Season Stats:
GP: 1057 | G: 336 | A: 491 | P: 827 | +/-: 149 | PIM: 510 | HIT: 1241 | SB: 311

Seasons Active:
S20-S40

Career Awards:
2x 2nd All-Star Team (S24, S32)
2x 3rd All-Star Team (S33, S35)
 
Lloren was an elite playmaker, with silky hands and dazzling agility. He split his career between 5 teams, which were the West Kendall Platoon, the Texas Renegades, the Seattle Riot, the Los Angeles Panthers, and the Buffalo Stampede. He was a familiar face across the league whose services were valued by many, and posted solid numbers to the end. He was not shy of physicality, and was a ferocious sight on both ends of the ice. He could run a power play or man the penalty kill, thanks to his smarts and vision. We believe that his tenure in the SHL was nothing short of spectacular and merits this honor. Congratulations! @r1c3bowl22

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Up next, Rembrandt Q. Einstein.

 
Einstein acquired 26 votes, which is not enough to be inducted this year. Better luck in the upcoming season!
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