Euro_Twins....if you are purely looking at stats, I don't think Datsyuk has a chance at the Hall at all at this point. 804 points in 824 is good enough? Don't think so. Lindros has 865 points in 760 games and has a Hart and Pearson...he's not in.
My personal starting discussion point used to be 1,000 points AND over 1 ppg. Anything less than that would be very difficult, but there would be exceptions (e.g. several high end trophies)
GMR has nailed it. If that is your criteria, then only a handful of players drafted during the Bettman era will make the HOF. One only has to look at the list of total NHL points, I think Thornton is the highest ranked Bettman era player and he was something like 37th last time I checked. The list is dominated by guys drafted in the 70s and 80s. Under your criteria, all the accumulators who played in the 80s will get in ahead of the superstars of the 21st century, which is just wrong.
Plus Pav's points can't be looked at in isolation, the guy won 3 consecutive Selke's whilst averaging 92 points and winning a cup. He's a top-10 all time defensive forward. Throw in his jaw dropping playstyle and he is just a unique player.