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Canucks: Today is Day 3 of the '10 Days of Pavel Bure'
The '10 Days of Pavel Bure' continues on Friday as the Vancouver Canucks walk its fans through Bure's Hockey Hall of Fame induction, which took place in 2012. Bure entered the Hall in Toronto with Joe Sakic, Adam Oates, and Mats Sundin.
To this date, he is the only 'Vancouver Canuck' in the Hall, not counting part-time whales like Sundin, Igor Larionov and Mark Messier.
As noted by the HHOF's Legends of Hockey site, Bure was also the first-ever Vancouver player to win an individual NHL Award, nabbing the Calder Trophy (rookie of the year) in 1992, the same year head coach Pat Quinn won the Jack Adams Award.
(*Since then, the Canucks have added to the haul of gold Bure started. Markus Naslund has won the Lester B. Pearson, Alain Vigneault has won the Jack Adams, Henrik Sedin has won the Hart Trophy and Art Ross Trophy, Daniel Sedin has won the Art Ross and Pearson trophies, Ryan Kesler has won the Frank J. Selke Trophy, and Mike Gillis has won the NHL's general manager of the year award.)