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San Jose Sharks Rob Blake (4) celebrates his goal against the Colorado Avalanche in the second period for game 2 of the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs at HP Pavilion in San Jose, Calif. on Friday, April 16, 2010. (Nhat V. Meyer/Mercury News)

Former San Jose Sharks captain Rob Blake is among four players headed to the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Dominik Hasek, Mike Modano and Peter Forsberg joined Blake as one of six selected Monday for induction in November. The late Pat Burns will be enshrined as a coach in the builder category along with referee Bill McCreary.

Blake, who played two seasons with the Sharks before retiring in 2010 after 20 seasons in the NHL, scored 777 points in 1,270 regular-season games and made seven All-Star Game appearances. Blake scored 75 points in 143 games during his two-year stint with San Jose.

Blake also won the Norris Trophy as the league's top defenseman in 1997-98.

SAN JOSE, CA - MAY 18:  Rob Blake #4 of the San Jose Sharks looks on in the second period while taking on the Chicago Blackhawks in Game Two of the Western
SAN JOSE, CA - MAY 18: Rob Blake #4 of the San Jose Sharks looks on in the second period while taking on the Chicago Blackhawks in Game Two of the Western Conference Finals during the 2010 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at HP Pavilion on May 18, 2010 in San Jose, California. (Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)

Hasek, who was known as "the Dominator," won the Vezina Trophy as the NHL's top goaltender six times, tying Bill Durnan's total and trailing Jacques Plante's record. He won two Hart Trophies as league MVP in 1997 and 1998 with the Buffalo Sabres. He was with the Detroit Red Wings when he hoisted the Stanley Cup in 2002.

Modano had 561 career goals and 1,374 points, both of which are records for players born in the U.S. The Michigan native was drafted by the Minnesota North Stars, became a star with the franchise in Dallas and ended his career with his hometown Red Wings.

Forsberg and Blake, who both won Stanley Cups with Colorado, are in the Triple Gold Club, a select group of hockey players who have won a Cup, Olympic and world gold medals.

Burns, who coached the New Jersey Devils to the 2003 Stanley Cup title, died of cancer at 58 in 2010. The police officer-turned-hockey coach won the Adams Trophy as the NHL's top coach with three teams: Toronto, Montreal and Boston.

McCreary wan an official for nearly 2,000 games, including 282 playoff games, from 1984 until he worked his last game on April 2, 2011. Brendan Shanahan, Chris Chelios, Scott Niedermayer, Geraldine Heaney and the late Fred Shero were inducted last year. Eric Lindros, who scored 372 career goals and had 865 points, is among eligible players who have not been picked for induction.