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St. Louis Blues’ President John Davidson Wins Hall of Fame Honor

Published by on June 4, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NHL

When John Davidson's hockey career ended at the age of 29, he wanted to stay involved in the game, and on Tuesday, that decision led him to the Hockey Hall of Fame. Davidson got into broadcasting after his playing days and is this year's winner of the Hall of Fame's Foster Hewitt Memorial Award for outstanding contributions as a hockey broadcaster.

"It's a tad overwhelming," Davidson said. "More than just a tad. It's overwhelming and it's humbling."

After Davidson's playing career ended in 1983, he went to work as an analyst with MSG in New York, then CBC in Canada, then back to MSG and then with various networks that were televising games. He has worked the past five Olympics. In 2004, he received the Lester Patrick ...

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