via Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News ($),
Henrik Zetterberg had a memorable and outstanding NHL career with the Detroit Red Wings.
Will it be good enough to immediately land Zetterberg a spot in the Hall of Fame?
Zetterberg, in his first year of eligibility, will find out Monday afternoon, as the Hockey Hall of Fame reveals its newest inductees at 3 p.m.
Zetterberg led the Wings to the 2008 Stanley Cup, earning the Conn Smythe Trophy as the postseason Most Valuable Player.
Henrik Zetterberg lifts the Stanley Cup after the Red Wings defeated the Penguins in 2008.
Zetterberg finished with 337 goals, 623 assists and 960 points (all fifth-most in organization history) over 15 seasons in 1,082 games with the Wings. Zetterberg is one of 30 players in the Triple Gold Club — winners of a Stanley Cup, men's world championship and Olympic gold medal (both of his with Team Sweden).
You can watch the announcements today on the NHL Network or TSN.
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