Enshrinement Day for Two from D.C.

Hockey Hall of Fame - LogoTwo members of the Washington Capitals’ family today get inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame: Scott Stevens, who played eight seasons with the Caps, and the late Dave Fay, the team’s beat reporter for the Washington Times for nearly a quarter century. The Hockey Hall of Fame web page offers poignant profiles for all members of the 2007 class of inductees.
Mike Vogel is in Toronto for the ceremony, and not surprisingly, he’s merged business with pleasure, having already filed some thoughts on an OHL game he took in with Ron Weber and the Times’ Corey Masisak this weekend, which featured the game’s next great talent, 2009 draft eligible Jonathon Tavares of the Oshawa Generals.
No doubt we’ll be able to see snippets of the inductees’ speeches tonight in between periods of games, but with Corey and Mike covering the proceedings the best accounts will come from Washington writers this week.
[Update: The NHL Network will be televising the 2007 Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony tonight from 7:30pm – 9:30pm]

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2 Responses to Enshrinement Day for Two from D.C.

  1. Jordan says:

    Hard to believe Scott Stevens was a Cap for so long. He is always identified so much with the great Devils teams of the late 90’s and early 00’s.
    My dad still moans about how the Capitals let him get away.

  2. Thank you for being the source of all things hockey. I’m in the Midwest. Close to Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and in Missouri. There is little appreciation in the area for the finer things hockey.
    Thanks for helping me stay connected to cultural events.

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