Hall of Fame Eligibility

Players: Eligible players will be available to be voted for immediately upon retirement. (i.e. if they retire at the conclusion of the 1989 season, they will be eligible to be voted on during the 1990 off season).  They will remain on the ballot for up to ten (10) seasons after their retirement.  They will be removed from the ballot the 11th season after their retirement and placed in the hands of the Veterans Committee (See below).

Builders: Coach and General Manager criteria for inclusion in the Hall is still to be determined.

Voting Process

To be inducted into the Hall, a player must receive enough votes from the Hall of Fame Committee.  Every off season, each member of the Committee will submit a list of 10 eligible players and/or builders in the order in which they believe should be inducted into the Hall.  The first player on their list will receive 10 points, the second 9 points, and so on.  The 10th player on the list receives 1 point.  The top three players will be inducted into the Hall of Fame provided each receives a minimum of 42 points.  A fourth player may be elected as well, if they also receive a minimum of 42 points.

As the league progresses, the builders section of Hall of Fame will be developed and voted on.

Hall of Fame Committee

Veterans Selection

Upon a player's 11th season of eligibility, they will be moved into the purview of the Veterans Committee.  The Veterans Committee will have the ability to name up to one (1) player to the Hall of Fame to join that year's draft class.  The Commissioner is the only member of this Committee and his decision is final.