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Former New York Rangers legend joins the Hockey Hall of Fame class of 2024


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Hunter Bowman
June 25, 2024  (11:02 PM)
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Colin Campbell with the New York Rangers
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Former New York Rangers head coach was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Former Rangers head coach Colin Campbell was one out of the seven members of the Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2024, announced Tuesday afternoon.
Campbell was elected in the builder's category along with former Washington Capitals and Nashville Predators general manager David Poile.
Campbell and Poile were joined by five players, three from the NHL and two women's legends. Former Predators captain Shea Weber, two-time Stanley Cup winner Pavel Datsyuk and former Chicago Blackhawks star Jeremy Roenick, along with Kristy Wendell-Phil and Natalie Darwitz being selected.
Campbell joined the Rangers as an associate coach in 1991-92, when the Blueshirts won the Presidents Trophy and was then was promoted to head coach by the Rangers at the end of the 1994 season after becoming the 1994 Stanley Cup Champions, he would remaine their coach until 1998.
However, Campbell becomes the 65th member of the Hockey Hall of Fame that is connected to the New York Rangers. Henrik Lundqvist was the most recent New York Ranger inducted in the Hall of Fame and prior to that would be Kevin Lowe in 2020.
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