Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 11/08/05 at 01:53 PM ET
Elliott, a fine hockey writer, is not, contrary to a headline in the L.A. Times yesterday, a Hall of Fame inductee. She received a plaque with her name on it. It hangs in the media section of the Hall. But she's not an honoured member. That designation is limited to players, referees and linesmen, and builders. "I think there's always going to be confusion about it," said USA Today's Kevin Allen, who is president of the Professional Hockey Writers Association. "The Hall has made it clear there's a separation." That situation came about because of a move by Boston Bruins president Harry Sinden. In 2002, he objected when the Boston Globe's Kevin Paul Dupont, whom he disliked, won the Ferguson award. Sinden, who had clout as a member of the selection committee and the Hall's board of directors, pressured officials to stipulate, or perhaps re-establish, that Dupont and other media types were not honoured members. The Hall acquiesced.
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