You know, we have all the respect in the world for Ed Belfour. He was a helluva competitor on the ice and off. He was a longstanding member of the Blues organization as a goaltending consultant. And by longstanding, I mean less than a full season before he quietly quit. But now he's a first ballot member of the Hockey Hall of Fame. Yeah, we're surprised too.
"My brother-in-law came over to the house, knocked on the door and woke me up."
Wonder if he looked anything like this:
And there is a matter of this incident at the end of this video:
Congratulations, Ed. Here's hoping you recreate our favorite moment and smash your Hall of Fame plaque during your speech in November. Be careful, it's worth a billion dollars.