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Alan May Inducted into SJHL Hall of Fame
May tweeted out a photo of the ring he received.
Cap alumnus and current Comcast Caps commentator Alan May was inducted into the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League’s Hall of Fame this weekend.
May, who was undrafted but still played 393 NHL games for five teams, including the Capitals, spent four years with the Estevan Bruins. In 1984-1985, May had 51 goals, 47 assists, and 409 penalty minutes in 64 games for the Bruins while leading them to the SJHL championship.
We here at Caps Outsider congratulate May for this induction. He also got high praise from this guy:
A huge congrats to @mayhockeycsnon your junior hockey hall of fame induction!!! Have a great weekend!!!
— Craig Laughlin (@Laughlin18) March 2, 2013