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S47 Hall of Fame Ceremony
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(This post was last modified: 06-06-2019, 05:50 PM by Whikadoodle.)

The SHL s47 Hall of Fame presentation will begin promptly at 1900 EST Thursday, June 6, 2019.


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You are cordially invited to the SHLs S47 Hall of Fame Ceremony. This Black Tie Affair will be taking place at the famed Cadillac Palace Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. Current members of the Hall, as well as current and former nominees, are permitted to bring a guest. We look forward to spending a night with you honoring the accomplishments of our league's greatest competitors.


The eligible players are:

Jorma Ruutu
Maria Maximova
Connor O'Reilly
Felix Herzog
Scott Robertson
Slappy McDoodle
Chester Cunningham
Cody Black
Vladimir Lidstrom*****
Damian Wert*****
Klaus Wagner*****
Jaxson Reynolds*****
Sebastian Strange*****
Lukas Johnson*****
Lord Vader*****
Pierre-Luc Laflamme*****
Jack Burton*****
Erik Lundqvist*****
Jeff Kirkstone****
Raven Silverwing****
Olli O'Koivu****
Jason Aittokallio***
Nicolas Winter***
Eero Hamalainen***
Mattias Holmberg***
Big Manious***
Harry Hans***
Michael Boychuk***
Patrikov Bure**
Don Pellegrino**
Mikke Laukkanen**
Danny Foster**
Mikko Linna*
Ronnie Westbrook*
Kelly Rivet*
Zach Evans
Viktor Vorkampfer
Nikolaus Scholz
Jack Durden
Pietra Volkova
Isaac Cormier Hale
Jon Ross
Jordin FourFour Jr.
Jean-Luc Reflieux

Italics=first ballot
*=second ballot
**=third ballot
***=fourth ballot
****=fifth ballot
*****=sixth ballot
Seventh and final ballot
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#2

Well here we go ig

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Woo. Didn't expect to see my name up there!

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Lots of familiar names up there.

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Hey I'm on the ballot!

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(This post was last modified: 06-06-2019, 01:35 PM by Tomen.)

rip over 500 career points but not on ballot :( youngest player since inflation era to score 60+ points
don't actually expect tbh just saw that Eero Hamalainen was on it.

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06-06-2019, 01:34 PMTomen Wrote: rip over 500 career points but not on ballot :( youngest player since inflation era to score 60+ points
don't actually expect tbh just saw that Eero Hamalainen was on it.

Hmm, I have a tendency to miss one or two players here and there. Since I am the only one who really adds people each season there isn't a lot of oversight in that regard.

Will have you on next season's ballot, though.

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06-06-2019, 01:37 PMArGarBarGar Wrote:
06-06-2019, 01:34 PMTomen Wrote: rip over 500 career points but not on ballot :( youngest player since inflation era to score 60+ points
don't actually expect tbh just saw that Eero Hamalainen was on it.

Hmm, I have a tendency to miss one or two players here and there. Since I am the only one who really adds people each season there isn't a lot of oversight in that regard.

Will have you on next season's ballot, though.

God bless I don't expect a vote for me just being on the ballot :D Thank you

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3. Buffalo Stampede , Eduard Selich 5 (Maximilian Wachter, Alexis Metzler) at 16:25
5. Buffalo Stampede , Eduard Selich 6 (Steven Stamkos Jr., Brynjar Tusk) at 19:48
8. Buffalo Stampede , Eduard Selich 7 (Brynjar Tusk, Alexis Metzler) at 13:55
9. Buffalo Stampede , Eduard Selich 8 (Anton Fedorov, Mikelis Grundmanis) at 15:12
10. Buffalo Stampede , Eduard Selich 9 (Dickie Pecker) at 19:43 (Empty Net)
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06-06-2019, 09:44 AMDurden Wrote: Woo. Didn't expect to see my name up there!

And it shouldn't be.

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06-06-2019, 02:00 PMSlowpoke Wrote:
06-06-2019, 09:44 AMDurden Wrote: Woo. Didn't expect to see my name up there!

And it shouldn't be.

Dial it down a bit or I'm gonna start taking you seriously soon. :(

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Vincent Wolfe:
Signed as Free Agent in S54 with the Kraken

Tyler Tougard:
6th Overall Pick of the S44 SMJHL Draft Scarecrows

Jack Durden:
All-Time Renegades Points Leader  Point 605
All-Time Renegades Goals Leader Goal 240  
All-Time Renegades Assists Leader Assist 459
*Vancouver Whalers Hall of Fame*
Season 24 - *4 Star Cup Champions - Vancouver Whalers*
Season 36 - *Challenge Cup Champions - Texas Renegades*
Season 36 - *Anton Razov Trophy Winner - Playoff MVP - Texas Renegades*
Season 41 - *IIHF Gold Medalist - Team United Kingdom*
Season 41 - *Triple Gold Member*
**Hall of Fame Member**

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(This post was last modified: 06-06-2019, 05:49 PM by Whikadoodle.)

The Red Carpet has been rolled out and limos have begun to roll up Randolph to the luxurious Cadillac Palace Theatre. Who will grace us with their presence tonight on the S47 Hall of Fame Pre Show?

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06-06-2019, 05:45 PMWhikadoodle Wrote: The Red Carpet has been rolled out and limos have begun to roll up Randolph to the luxurious Cadillac Palace Theatre. Who will grace us with their presence tonight on the S47 Hall of Fame Pre Show?

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The lights have begun to flicker and guests are making their way into the Theatre.
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Good evening and welcome to the SHL's S47 Hall of Fame Ceremony! My name is Niklas Wikstrom, and I am honored to serve as your Master of Ceremonies tonight.

To start, I would like to welcome you to the beautiful Cadillac Palace Theatre in downtown Chicago, Illinois. My, what a great venue this is, ladies and gentlemen. I couldn't imagine a better city in the world than Chicago in the summer, and I'm sure the fans agree. The summer is a great time to be a Chicago Syndicate fan, because its the only time of the year they don't have to watch their hockey team lose game after game after game. Thank you Chicago for playing such a great host to us this weekend.

Additionally, a congratulations is in order for the West Kendall Platoon, who lifted their franchises' fifth Challenge Cup in their 47 seasons of existence. I guess West Kendall realized that they only need to be relevant every forty seasons in order to stave off talk of relocating to a city who's greatest landmark isn't the strip mall next to the Red Robin.

Although I could spend all night taking jabs at the players who are much better off than I, we'd be remiss if we did not take a chance to think about why we have gathered together here tonight. As the SHL crawls ever-so-slowly towards fifty seasons of excellence as the top league of its kind in the world, it is apparent now more than ever how much things have changed since the league's inception. Players now come from all corners of the globe, play the game in a very different and unique way, and play for teams who have gone from community rink clubs to full-blown businesses, and more importantly, fixtures in our day-to-day lives. While the game may look different today than it did in the league's infancy, we can still find a way to memorialize the players, coaches, and management who have not only contributed to the greatness of our sport, but have transcended what it means to be great. Many great players take the ice in this league, but I am living proof that not every one of them can stand amongst those who have not only excelled, but changed the game. That is what makes a great player a Hall of Fame-r.

Players in the Hall were faces of their franchises. They played critical roles in the moments that make of the memories of our game. Enshrined on Challenge Cups, in team record books, or on individual trophies, these players made a lasting impression on not just the league, but the fans who have made this league their own. As we celebrate many careers during our ceremony tonight, do not forget that the players we induct tonight stand too on the shoulders of giants. They stood alongside many of us in this room and taught us what the game could be. They inspired hope in communities, and drove dreams of our youngsters. As we took a chance to look at the future yesterday with the SHL draft, and saw a glimpse of what could be, let's take a moment to recognize the shoulders those players will stand on for seasons to come.

Without further ado, let us begin.
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