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With her husbands Hall of Fame ring in her grasp, Line talked Friday about how they used to laugh so much at home. She couldnt help but laugh that night when a video montage of Burnss best and angriest coaching moments were shown on the video screens at Air Canada Centre. Those included him winning the Stanley Cup with the New Jersey Devils, yelling at referees and going after Barry Melrose. Im sure it wasnt fun at that time, Line said, but it was hilarious. The emotional range of the Burns family and hockey community is vast as Burns posthumously went into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday along with Dominik Hasek, Peter Forsberg, Mike Modano, Rob Blake and referee Bill McCreary. Burns son, Jason, had specific instructions from his father on how to deliver the speech. Pat Burns told his son to thank Charlie Henry, Wayne Gretzky and the organizations he coached for and their fans. Pat Burns didnt dwell on not making it even as he was dying of cancer. I remember him saying, Cheer Up Jason, Ill get in there someday probably. You better have a good speech ready because youre the one going up there for me, Jason Burns said Monday night. Here I am with big shoes to fill. Theres some quiet anger that the selection committee didnt get it done before Burns lost his battle with cancer on Nov. 19, 2010. Line Burns in honouring her husband on stage Monday night said that, at his first Hall of Fame induction opportunity, a lot of people were outraged he didnt make it in. A lot of people but him. At this point, amid some frustration that it took so long — Mats Sundin saying this didnt come a day too late — theres relief and joy that the three-time Jack Adams Award-winning coach is getting his due reward. In addition to being a great coach, he was widely respected throughout the hockey world for being a terrific person, commissioner Gary Bettman said earlier Monday. Its nice to see somebody like Pat recognized and having his legacy preserved. Davidson has been on the committee for many years but was serving as chairman for the first time. He said the process is different every year. You have different people that vote for different reasons, Davidson said. I dont want to go and think about the past and what happened or didnt happen. Hes in, he deserves to be in and his wife and his family are ecstatic and thats just the way it should be. Cliff Fletcher, a former member of that committee, told ESPN.com that he was sickened by the travesty of Burns not getting in while he was alive. Fletcher said people held grudges that kept Burns out. Perhaps what makes it so difficult to comprehend is that Burns has a resume that was going to earn him induction at some point. After 17 years as a police officer in Gatineau, Que., he led the Hull Olympiques to the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League title and coached in the American Hockey League before making his way to the NHL. There, in 14 seasons he won the Jack Adams as coach of the year three times with three different teams: the Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins. Pat Burns was the best coach I had during my career in the National Hockey League, said Sundin, a Hall of Fame centre. He meant everything for me as I came to the Maple Leafs and also became the captain, too. He really taught me everything. Burns made the Cup final with the Canadiens and got the Leafs to Game 7 of the Campbell Conference final in 1993, where they lost to the Los Angeles Kings. He had a career winning percentage of .573, but finally reached the pinnacle of the sport with New Jersey in 2003. Line Burns believed her husband was proudest of winning the Cup because it was a big dream of his. It meant so much to win it that they slept with the trophy that June 9 night. The whole night, shee said. Kris Dunn Jersey. How many times are you going to have the Stanley Cup in the house? 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Line got a hearty ovation from the crowd at Friday nights Hall of Fame game between the Leafs and Pittsburgh Penguins and responded with a smile and a thumbs up. With Hasek, Forsberg, Blake and McCreary flanking her, she dropped the puck for the ceremonial faceoff between captains Dion Phaneuf and Sidney Crosby. Asked how her husband would have felt if he were alive for this, Line said: He wouldve been so honoured. He wouldve been very humbled — probably speechless for the first time in his life. Burns was never considered the silent type. Blake got a kick out of seeing highlights of him hollering at officials, and Hasek described the emotional coach as having the kind of emotion you like. Pat was very emotional, but he always made his players accountable, McCreary said. He never passed that on to the officials. He made them accountable for their actions. Pat and I had some go-rounds, but he was very professional. He never held a grudge. Modano almost played for Burns in Hull, but the Olympiques chose to take another player instead. Over his NHL career, the longtime Minnesota and Dallas centre said he talked to plenty of teammates who enjoyed playing for Burns. Pat was phenomenally respected around the league, one of those coaches that players I heard loved playing for, Modano said. Mutually respected between coaches and teammates and thats all you could always ask for. Hes up-front, honest, told you where you stood, what was your role. Those are usually the best guys. Burns was respected by those outside the game, too. During Saturdays question-and-answer session, a Bruins fan told Line that he had a jersey with 182 signatures of players past and present — Burns is the only coach whose autograph is on it. Line Burns described her husband as unpredictable and noticed just how different he was at work and at home. She called him her little teddy bear. I knew the two different Pats, she said. One was at work, so focused, so disciplined, he was so focused. I never saw a guy focused like that. At home, my God, he was a pure joy. He was so funny. Pat had an extraordinary sense of humour, and I miss that. I miss that because when he was home he was so much there, so intense, but intense in a good way because he could be intense in a bad way, especially on the hockey side. Line said Pat never brought hockey home. But it wasnt the separation of work and life that made her happy but how her husband didnt let engrossing himself in hockey affect his personality. I think what Im the most proud of him, I think its the fact that he never changed, Line said. The guy never changed, he stayed himself. Im proud of that because he came from nothing and he appreciated everything. In the video montage celebrating his legacy, Pat Burns was shown late in his life: You dont cry because its over, youre happy because it happened. 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