As the NHL season remains paused, the opportunity to honor some legends keeps rolling.
NHL insider Pierre LeBrun reports the Hockey Hall of Fame selection company is currently finalizing the 2020 class.
LeBrun adds the official announcement will be made on June 24 and we could hear a former Blackhawk get the call.
Steve Larmer and Jeremy Roenick have been on the ballot for the last little while as well and Marian Hossa and Brian Campbell who were among the first-year eligible players this year.
Of course Hossa and Campbell have some Stanley Cups while Larmer and Roenick were part of the '90's teams but never raised the Cup with the Hawks.
Larmer had a very solid NHL career with 1012 points in 1006 NHL games which included multiple 40 goal seasons in Chicago.
Roenick also hit the 1000 point mark in his career as he registered 1216 points in 1363 games but could be hurt because of the recent situation that got him fired from NBC Sports.
Hossa was an elite player during his time in the NHL and registered 1134 points in 1309 games.
Campbell was no slouch during his time in the NHL either however it'll be a bit hard for him to get in.
Do you think any of these four will get the call?
Per @PierreVLeBrun, the Hockey Hall of Fame selection committee will still meet and announce the 2020 class on June 24. Marian Hossa, Brian Campbell among first-year eligible players. Steve Larmer and Jeremy Roenick still waiting on their call. #Blackhawks
— Slavko Bekovic (@SBekovic) May 12, 2020