Tonight former Blues Goalie Grant Fuhr will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. Fuhr played four seasons in St. Louis, beginning with the 95-96 campaign. His 108 victories is third all-time in Blues history and third all-time with eleven shutouts. Though, Fuhr’s best days were well before his days in St. Louis, winning five Stanley Cups with the Oilers from 84-1990. He’ll become the first black player inducted into the Hall of Fame. Pat LaFontaine will also be inducted. LaFontaine spent the first seven years of his life before his family moved to Detroit. He became the third American-born player to score 1,000 points with 468 goals and 545 assists.