As hockey players grow up and advance through the various levels and leagues, there is one very tangible end goal that would fully signify that you made it. Being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Getting the Call to the Hall shows that you weren’t just a professional hockey player or builder, but that you were a top hockey player or builder. As part of the honour, you get a personalized plaque inserted into the Hall’s collection.

On Tuesday, the 2020 inductees got to see their plaques for the first time. Jarome Iginla, Marian Hossa, Kim St-Pierre, Kevin Lowe, Ron Wilson, and Ken Holland joined James Duthie to discuss the honour.


TSN video from The Hall: Hockey's Treasure.

2020 HHOF inductees react to seeing their plaques for the first time

Despite COVID-19 postponing this year's Hockey Hall of Fame induction ceremony, the HHOF still wanted to do something special this year to honour the 2020 inductees. So, James Duthie connected with Jarome Iginla, Marian Hossa, Ken Holland, Kevin Lowe, Doug Wilson and Kim St-Pierre via video chat to reveal their plaques that are now hanging in the Hockey Hall of Fame.



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(H/T The Hall: Hockey’s Treasure)