Roger Crozier - Had about as good of a start to a career as anyone. Then he followed that up with getting ill with pancreatitis. He's the last goalie to ever play in all of his teams games in a season as he did that in '64-65, his rookie year. That year he went 40-22-7 led the league in shutouts, won the Calder Trophy and was a First team all-star. In '66 he led the league in shutouts again and went 27-24-12. He never won more than 23 games after that. He took home the Conn Smythe Trophy in '66 in a losing cause for the Wings and that was as close to the Cup as he ever got. After that he played parts of seasons for Detroit and then Buffalo. He was part of the '75 Buffalo team that lost to Philadelphia. In total he had a career record of 206-197-70. I think had he not been ill early on he would have been a lock for the Hall of Fame. He may never get in as the one good thing about the Hall is that they have never put in a controversial pick from a goalie before. Sid Smith - If you have to look this guy up than that's okay. He was a Maple Leaf in the 40s and 50s and won three Cups with them. In 1951 he may have just been the best Leaf player in the playoffs. His stats arent too bad either. Twice 30 or more goals when that number was huge. A first all-star team in '55 and Second team in '51, '52. He also won the Lady Byng in '52, '55 and three times over 50 points. His career was shorter than it could have been and his peak wasnt that overwhelming that it cant be ignored but it deserves some talk. Three times he was in the top 10 in scoring. Ken Hodge - Maybe I'm one of the only people that would like to see Hodge get a little more consideration for the Hall. Maybe he doesnt HAVE to get in there but to me he's closer than a lot of people think. He was a First team all-star in '71 and '74. He helped Boston win the Cup in '70 and '72 as well as go to the finals in '74. All of those years he put up good numbers. Hodge was a big part of those Cups. His point totals are pretty good too, 105, 105, 90, 81. You could say he was a product of Orr and Espo and while its true he still managed to get 50 goals in a season once. He has 800 career points in 881 games. He was a top 5 scorer three times. It may have hurt that he wasnt invited to Team Canada '72 and also the fact that he was never able to string two elite seasons together hurt but he's at least at the top of the Hall of very good.