The latest Hockey Hall of Fame class will be revealed on Tuesday.

As always, there's rampant debate amongst fans and pundits as to which players belong.

Here are 10 candidates, in no particular order, eligible for entry with the class of 2013, and a look at their credentials. After reviewing their body of work, vote for the four players you think most deserve a place in the hall.

In the comment section below, tell us why you picked the way you did, and any arguments for or against any of the players on the following list:


Keith Tkachuk

Games: 1,201

Goals: 538

Points: 1,065

Awards: Olympic silver (2002)


Rob Blake

Games: 1,270

Goals: 240

Points: 777

Awards: Stanley Cup (2001), Olympic gold (2002), Norris Trophy (1998)


Paul Kariya

Games: 989

Goals: 402

Points: 989

Awards: Olympic gold (2002), Olympic silver (1994), Lady Byng Trophy (1996, 1997)


Chris Chelios

Games: 1,651

Goals: 185

Points: 948

Awards: Stanley Cup (1986, 2002, 2008), Olympic silver (2002), Norris Trophy (1989, 1993, 1996)


Rod Brind'Amour

Games: 1,484

Goals: 454

Points: 1,184

Awards: Stanley Cup (2006), Selke Trophy (2006, 2007)


Bill Guerin

Games: 1,263

Goals: 429

Points: 856

Awards: Stanley Cup (1995, 2009), Olympic silver (2002)


Markus Naslund

Games: 1,117

Goals: 395

Points: 869

Awards: Lester B. Pearson Award (2003)


Jere Lehtinen

Games: 875

Goals: 243

Points: 514

Awards: Stanley Cup (1999), Olympic silver (2006), Olympic bronze (1994, 1998, 2010), Selke Trophy winner (1998, 1999, 2003)


Scott Niedermayer

Games: 1,263

Goals: 172

Points: 740

Awards: Stanley Cup (1995, 2000, 2003, 2007), Olympic gold (2002, 2010), Conn Smythe Trophy (2007), Norris Trophy (2004)


Eric Lindros

Games: 760

Goals: 372

Points: 865

Awards: Olympic gold (2002), Olympic silver (1992), Hart Trophy (1995), Lester B. Pearson Award (1995)