Hockey Hall of Fame announcement facts

The Detroit News
Chris Osgood gets ready to drink from the Cup in 2008.

What: The Hockey Hall of Fame selection committee will meet in Toronto on Monday and will announce the 2016 inductees.

When: The announcement will be approximately 3:30 p.m.

Eligible players: Former Red Wings goalie Chris Osgood could be selected for induction. Other notable goalies eligible are Tom Barrasso and Curtis Joseph. Among the skaters eligible are former Michigan State player Rod Brind’Amour, Dave Andreychuk, Vincent Damphousse, Mark Recchi, Eric Lindros, Alexander Mogilny and Keith Tkachuk.

What’s next: The Hall of Fame induction ceremony is Monday, Nov. 14.


John Davidson, chair, Blue Jackets president, former goalie and broadcaster

Jim Gregory, former Maple Leafs GM

Scotty Bowman, Blackhawks senior advisor, nine Stanley Cups as NHL coach, three with Red Wings

David Branch, former OHL commissioner

Brian Burke, Flames president

Colin Campbell, NHL director hockey operations, former Red Wings defenseman

Bob Clarke, former player, former GM Flyers, Panthers, North Stars

Marc de Foy, writer

Eric Duhatschek, writer

Michael Farber, writer

Ron Francis, GM Hurricanes, former player

Mike Gartner, former player

Anders Hedberg, GM Swedish national team, former player

Jari Kurri, GM Jokerit KHL, former player

Igor Larionov, players’ agent, former Red Wings player

Bob McKenzie, writer and broadcaster

David Poile, GM Predators

Luc Robitaille, president Kings, former Red Wings player

Bill Torrey, former GM Islanders