I watched the Life and Times on CBC today which was a feature on Carl Brewer. What do you think is his place in hockey history, specifically from a business perspective. For those of you who don't know much about Brewer, he was one of the players instrumental in establishing the NHLPA. He was responsible for bringing Alan Eagleson into the league, and was also the man who fought hard to see him convicted. At the end of the show I was left with one question: Does Carl Brewer deserve a spot in the Hockey Hall of Fame, possibly in the Builder's category for his efforts in unionizing the players and in fighting for those who had been screwed over by Al Eagleson? Also, Please comment on Ted Lindsay, Gordie Howe, Bobby Clarke, and Bobby Orr if you have anything to add that involves these players in the discussion.