2013 Hockey Hall of Fame Class Announced
Chelios, a defenseman who retired as the second-oldest player in NHL history at age 48, played 26 seasons in the NHL and won three Norris Trophies (league's top defenseman).
Niedermayer, also a defenseman, played 17 seasons in the NHL and was part of four Stanley Cup winning teams. He was a five-time All-Star, won a Norris Trophy and was named the 2007 Conn Smythe Trophy winner, which is given to the most valuable player of the playoffs.
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