A pair of dynamic 90s forwards are among the six entrants in this year’s International Ice Hockey Federation’s Hall of Fame class.
Fedorov won three Stanley Cups and three World Championships during his stellar NHL career, finishing with 483 goals and 1,179 points. He was one of the inductees into this year’s Hockey Hall of Fame.
Bondra, a 500 goal scorer, notched one of the most iconic goals in Slovakian hockey history — the game-winner against Russia to capture gold at the 2002 Worlds.
Kamensky is a member of the “Triple Gold” club, having won a World Championship (three times, actually), Olympic gold in ’88 and a Stanley Cup with Colorado in ’96.
Peltonen, who appeared in nearly 400 NHL contests with the Sharks, Predators and Panthers, is an incredibly decorated international competitor. He’s played in four Olympics, 13 Worlds and a pair of World Cups.
Quinn, who passed away in November of last year, captured titles as a head coach at the U-18, World Junior, World Cup and — most famously — the Olympic level, guiding Canada to victory in 2002 at Salt Lake.
Smith began his coaching career at the men’s collegiate level before taking over the U.S. women’s national team. He won gold at the ’98 Olympics in Nagano, and the Worlds in 2005.