The greatest individual honor that can be bestowed upon a professional hockey player is to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. "Hockey Hall of Fame Book of Players" celebrates each and every player who has been so honored since the first class in 1945, and all the way to the class of 2013.
Here are just a few of the Hockey Hall of Fame's most famous inductees:
Wayne Gretzky Bobby Orr Maurice Richard Guy Lafleur Patrick Roy Tim Horton Johnny Bower Ken Dryden Mark Messier Frank Mahovlich Brett Hull Steve Yzerman Joe Sakic
"Hockey Hall of Fame Book of Players" also features artifacts and memorabilia from the Hockey Hall of Fame's extensive archive, including: Bill Barilko's Stanley Cup-winning puck (the last goal he ever scored), Wayne Gretzky's record-setting 802nd goal puck and Mario Lemieux's 1987 Canada Cup jersey.
Complete with more than 300 photos and 100 artifacts — as well as stats, facts, quotes and other interesting stories and snapshots from each star's career — "Hockey Hall of Fame Book of Players" is the definitive book on the stars who have been awarded hockey's most prestigious honor.
The Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum in Toronto, Ontario, honors and preserves the history of ice hockey and those who have made outstanding contributions and achievements in the development of the game.
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