With a strong Class of 2013 joining the Hockey Hall of Fame, attention turns to next year, when players including Dominik Hasek, Mike Modano and Peter Forsberg become eligible for enshrinement. ESPN.com's Scott Burnside went through the list and considered the merits of 12 players and coaches who will be eligible. Who deserves to be inducted in Toronto next fall? Click on the images below to make your choices.

2014 Hockey HOF candidates

Dominik Hasek

Dominik Hasek

2.20 goals-against average, 389 wins in 735 regular-season games; six-time Vezina Trophy winner, two-time Hart Trophy winner (MVP), won two Stanley Cups.

Peter Forsberg

Peter Forsberg

249 goals, 636 assists in 708 NHL regular-season games, won two Stanley Cups.

Paul Kariya

Paul Kariya

402 goals, 587 assists in 989 regular-season games; seven-time All-Star.

Mark Recchi

Mark Recchi

577 goals, 956 assists in 1,652 regular-season games; won Stanley Cup three times.

Jeremy Roenick

Jeremy Roenick

513 goals, 703 assists in 1,363 regular-season games; nine-time All-Star.

Mike Modano

Mike Modano

561 goals, 813 assists in 1,499 regular-season games; won Stanley Cup in 1999.

Eric Lindros

Eric Lindros

372 goals, 493 assists in 760 regular-season games; 1994-95 Hart Trophy winner (MVP)

Don Cherry

Don Cherry

250-153-77 in six seasons as coach; 1975-76 Jack Adams Award as coach of the year; longtime commentator on CBC's "Hockey Night In Canada."

Pat Burns

Pat Burns

501 coaching wins in 1,019 regular-season games; three-time Jack Adams Award winner as coach of the year; won 2003 Stanley Cup.

Sergei Zubov

Sergei Zubov

152 goals, 619 assists in 1,068 regular-season games; won two Stanley Cups.

Chris Osgood

Chris Osgood

2.49 goals-against average, 401 wins in 744 regular-season games; won three Stanley Cups.

Curtis Joseph

Curtis Joseph

2.79 goals-against average and 454 wins in 943 regular-season games; led NHL in saves three times.

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