Hayley Wickenheiser got a chance to look back at her standout playing career Monday night.
The quadruple Olympic women's hockey gold medalist, now an assistant director of player development for the Maple Leafs, was among six inductees enshrined in the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday night in Toronto.
Joining her were three-time Stanley Cup winner Guy Carbonneau, offensive blue-line dynamo Sergei Zubov and Czech great Vaclav Nedomansky in the players' category.
Penguins General Manager Jim Rutherford and longtime Boston College coach Jerry York went into the hall as builders.
"It was not a common thing as a little girl to want to play hockey in the small town where I came from," said Wickenheiser, the seventh woman to enter the Hall. "But my mom and dad believed that a girl could do anything that a boy could."
Carbonneau retired in 2000 and waited 16 years before getting inducted.
"I was dreaming about playing in the NHL, dreaming of winning the Stanley Cup, dreaming of scoring a goal in the playoffs," said the longtime Montreal Canadiens center. "But being inducted in the Hall of Fame? Never in my wildest dreams."
A smooth-skating defenseman with terrific vision, Zubov played 12 of his 16 NHL seasons with Dallas, registering 771 points in 1,068 regular-season games. He won two Stanley Cups.
Washington 5, Anaheim 2: Washington's Garnet Hathaway was ejected for spitting during a heated brawl and the host Capitals beat the Ducks in a feisty matchup. Hathaway was thrown out for spitting on Anaheim's Erik Gudbranson.
Arizona 3, Los Angeles 0: Antti Raanta stopped 31 shots and the host Coyotes shut out the Kings.