He spent the 1990s in Philly — the vote’s today and NBC Sports thinks he’s a possible:

The Hurricanes head coach has seen his support grow since first becoming eligible.

A two-way stalwart, he scored 452 goals and recorded 1,184 points in 1,484 NHL games.

Along with the 2006 Stanley Cup for Carolina, he also has two Selke Trophies to his name. You can argue his resume is better than Guy Carbonneau’s.


Finally, from the News and Observer’s Luke DeCock: “There are 36 players in NHL history who had 15 seasons with 49 or more points. Thirty-five of them are in the Hall of Fame. Want to guess who’s not?”

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