Hey you gotta love the diverse Hall of Fame debates. Everyone has an opinion. My question is whether or not you think these five often borderline guys should be in or out and why? Bill Barber - Five time 40+ goal scorer. One time 50 goal man. Career high of 112 points, next highest is 89. First team all-star in '76, second in '79, '81. Two time Cup winner, played in four Cup finals. Pretty good playoff numbers as well. The verdict: IMO Barber just barely makes the HOF. He had a short 12 year career and in his prime was a pretty prolific sniper. Played on the '76 Canada Cup team as well. He was on one of the greatest lines of all time, and dont forget he was also a three time all-star at left wing. Pete Mahovolich - Two time 100+ points man. Played in '72 Summit Series and '76 Canada Cup. Four time Cup winner. The verdict: He had two great seasons. But that was it. The ironic thing was that those two seasons he was Lafleur's centre. He had 115, 117 points those years. Other than that he was a 70 point man, look it up. Unfortunately that doesnt get you in there. If he put up two more 100 point seasons and actually led the league in something then I'll say yes. Daryl Sittler - two time 100 point man. Record of 10 points in one game, played in '76 Canada Cup. Second team all-star in '78. Verdict: Yes he's a HOFer. Was at least consdiered a top ten player at points in his career. Was in the top 10 in scoring a few times and despite no Cups, well who did witht the Leafs? Sittler's an all-time great. I dont know how anyone can compare him to Federko. Jeremy Roenick - Three time 100 point man. No Cups, no all-stars, no leading the league in any category. He was in ther top ten in scoring twice. That's not bad but after '94 he was never the same. Verdict: Roenick never seemed to win, anywhere. No Cups, and the only time Team USA won was in '96 when he wasnt on the team. The thing is he never has done anything to make you put him in there, and he wont start now. Mike Modano - A notorious 80 point man, One Cup, one all-star ('00), reliable. Verdict: He's borderline for me. But let the debate begin.