Peruse the plaques mounted in the Hockey Hall of Fame’s Great Hall and you’ll find the names and faces of the most famous legends of the game. You’ll also come across dozens of players you’ve probably never heard of before. Joe Hall might have been one of those mysteries just a few weeks ago. And then everything changed. Today, he’s being remembered as perhaps the most tragic footnote in hockey’s history. Hall, a defenseman with the Montreal Canadiens, was 37 when he collapsed during Game 5 of the 1919 Stanley Cup Final in Seattle. He died four days later at…

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