Found December 02, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
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The United States Hockey Hall of Fame added five new members to its esteemed group on Monday with the induction of the 2013 class. Chief among the class members are a pair of longtime NHL players in Doug Weight and Bill Guerin. Joining them with their inductions were Carolina Hurricanes owner Peter Karmanos Jr., Women's National Team star Cindy Curley and long-time college coach Ron Mason. USA Today writer Kevin Allen was also honored with the Lester Patrick Award. Weight had a long and successful NHL career that spanned 19 seasons and took him to six different teams in 1,238 career games. He had the best years of his career in Edmonton, posting a career-high 104 points in 1995-96 with the Oilers. In total he finished with 1,033 points throughout his career with 278 goals and 755 assists. He finished his career with the Islanders, wearing the captain's C on his chest. Weight won a Stanley Cup in his career in 2005-06 with the Canes and represented the USA numerous times, i...
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