Artifacts tell a story worth preserving

Updated: November 8, 2004, 8:10 PM ET
By Scott Burnside | Special to ESPN.com

TORONTO -- Walk through the main entrance into the Hockey Hall of Fame and you are greeted by the always emotional, sometimes tearful images of the players enshrined here. It makes one wonder if Bob Goodenow and Gary Bettman shouldn't pay a visit to see what their labor stoppage has put at risk.

This, after all, is where hockey's story is told.

"For each person that comes through the door, something different catches their eyes and tells them a different story," says the Hall's curator ...

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