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Five new faces to be enshrined

LANCE HORNBY, QMI Agency

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Cammi Granato

Age: 39

Born: Downers Grove, Ill.

Hall Pass: Prolific scorer was member of Te am USA's gold medal team at '98 Olympics.

Did You Know: Played on an all-boys' team until she was 16 ... Refused urgings of her four brothers, including future NHLer Tony Granato, to play goal, believing she could be a scoring forward ... Freshman of the year at Providence College in 1989-90, selected ECAC player of the year ... Had 245 points in 93 NCAA games ...Moved to Montreal for her masters degree in sports administration at Concordia, where in 123 games, she amassed 178 goals ... Named 1996 USA women's player of the year ... Captain of the team that beat Canada at Nagano in '98 ... Married to former NHLer Ray Ferraro.

Angela James

Age: 45

Born: Toronto, Ont.

Hall Pass: Played on four Canadian teams that won world's women's hockey championship

Did You Know: Developed her skills playing road hockey against boys outside her home ... Leading scorer for eight years in the OWHA, voted most valuable player in six ... Led Seneca College of the OCAA to many titles ... Picked for the team for the first ever women's championship, where her 11 goals in five games gave Canada the gold ... From 1987 until the first time women played in the Olympics in '98, she was Canada's best player, but not picked for the final Nagano roster ... One of the first three women inducted into the IIHF Hall of Fame, with Cammi Granato and Geraldine Heaney.

Dino Ciccarelli

Age: 50

Born: Sarnia, Ont.

Hall Pass: Scored 608 goals, currently 17th in NHL History

Did You Know: Gritty winger had 82 points as a 16-year-old rookie with the London Knights...Not drafted after breaking his leg and being considered too small for the NHL... Signed as a free agent by the Minnesota North Stars in 1980-81...Broke out in the '81 playoffs with 21 points in 19 games...Had two 50-goal years in Minny...Spent time with Washington, Detroit and Tampa Bay, teams that did well in regular season, but not in the late playoff rounds... Retired with a back injury at the end of the 1998-99 season with the Florida Panthers... Had 118 points in 141 playoff games.

Daryl Seaman

1922-2009

Born: Rouleau, Sask.

Hall Pass: Prominent in NHL, Olympics and junior hockey development programs.

Did You Know: Nicknamed Doc ... Flew 82 sub-hunting missions out of North Africa in Second World War ... A successful oilman in Alberta in the early days of the boom ... Involved in the ownership group of the Calgary Flames when they moved from Atlanta in 1980 ... Helped build the Saddledome to give the city a proper Olympic venue and the Flames a new home ... Formed Project 75, now called the Seaman-Hotchkiss Foundation, that helped Canada restore its junior hockey dominance in the 1990s ... The Hall of Fame's new resource centre in Toronto is named after him.

Jim Devellano

Age: 67

Born: Toronto, Ont.

Hall Pass: Prominent in two Stanley Cup powerhouses in Long Island and Detroit.

Did You Know: Was a youth hockey coach and watched many junior games while travelling on business, enough to convince the expansion St. Louis Blues to hire him as an amateur scout in 1967 ... Was made eastern scout by the expansion New York Islanders in 1972 ... Grew to management roles with the Isles' farm teams ... Was a member of three Stanley Cup management teams in the Island ... Began his association with four Detroit Cup teams in June 1982 as the team's GM ... Oversaw the drafting of Steve Yzerman ... In addition to their Cups, has been involved with AHL and ECHL titles.


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