Since 1975, the Hockey Hall of Fame has inducted the maximum of four players only six times.
2007-Ron Francis, Al MacInnis, Mark Messier, Scott Stevens.
2001-Slava Fetisov, Mike Gartner, Dale Hawerchuk, Jari Kurri.
1993-Guy Lapointe, Edgar Laprade, Steve Shutt, Billy Smith.
1992-Marcel Dionne, Woody Dumart, Bob Gainey, Lanny McDonald.
1991-Mike Bossy, Denis Potvin, Bob Pulford, Clint Smith.
1988-Tony Esposito, Guy Lafleur, Buddy O'Connor, Brad Park.
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