Hockey Hall of Fame inductees, from left, Gary Bettman, Martin Brodeur, Jayna Hefford, Willie O'Ree, Martin St. Louis and Alexander Yakushev pose for a photograph with their rings in Toronto, Friday, Nov. 9, 2018. (Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press via AP)
TORONTO (AP) Martin Brodeur, Willie O'Ree and NHL commissioner led the latest group of inductees to the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday night.
Brodeur, the all-time leader in goalie wins and shutouts, was joined in the player's category by Martin St. Louis, Canadian women's star Jayna Hefford and Russian great Alexander Yakushev. Bettman and O'Ree - the NHL's first black player - went into the Hall as builders.
A three-time Stanley Cup champion and four-time Vezina Trophy winner with the New Jersey Devils, Brodeur won 691 games and had 125 shutouts in his 20 seasons.