Datsyuk, Weber and Roenick among the 7 elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame

Darwitz played for the United States in the 2002, 2006 and 2010 Olympic Games, winning two silver medals and one bronze. She also represented her country in eight world championships, winning three gold medals, five silver medals and being named Best Forward in 2008. Darwitz also led the University of Minnesota to a national championship in 2005, scoring the game’s goal. the victory.

Wendell-Pohl played for the United States from 1999 to 2007, scoring 106 goals in 147 games. She won a silver medal at the 2002 Olympics and a bronze at the 2006 Olympics, where she was captain. Wendell-Pohl also participated in six IIHF World Championships, including 2005, where she was MVP in the United States’ first gold medal. She also won silver five times.

Poile was general manager for 40 years, starting in 1982 with the Washington Capitals and serving in that role for 15 seasons before being hired to build the Nashville Predators from the ground up. Poile, who passed the torch to Barry Trotz in the 2023 NHL Draft, is the only person to have been a general manager for at least 3,000 regular-season games (3,075); next is Lou Lamoriello with 2,838. He also became the first GM to achieve 1,500 wins (1,533); The next is Lamoriello with 1,444. His teams made the playoffs in 29 of his 38 seasons as general manager.

“I’m happy for my family and the life I’ve been able to live through hockey,” Poile said. “Thank you to the Selection Committee for this tremendous honor.”

Campbell, who has spent the last 25 seasons with the NHL in hockey operations, officiating and central scouting, won the Stanley Cup as associate coach of the New York Rangers in 1994.

The class of 2024 is scheduled to be inducted on Nov. 11 in Toronto.

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