Cassie Campbell captained Team Canada to the gold medal at the 2006 Olympics in Turin. ((Paul Chiasson/Canadian Press))

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The Hockey Hall of Fame announced on Monday that, beginning next year, up to two women will be inducted each year along with the customary four men. Active players like Hayley Wickenheiser wouldn't be eligible.

Who should be the first woman enshrined in the hall? Canadian great Cassie Campbell has weighed in with her selections, now it's your turn.

Vote in the poll, post your comment and have your say.