Here is a goalie's career stats.
401 Wins, 50 shutouts, 2.49 GAA, .905 save pct in the regular season
In the playoffs, 74 wins, 15 shutouts, .916 save pct, 2.09 GAA.
11th all time wins, 27th all time shutouts,
2 all-star appearances, three Stanley cups, two Jennings awards.
Just looking at those stats, compared to players already in the hall, is he deserving?
If you didn't know that was Osgood, would it sway you?
Here is an article that has some career stat comparisons between Osgood, Roy, Hasek and Brodeur.
Source for stats I listed:
That's an excellent article. It is funny that Brodeur and Roy get a pass for playing on stacked, multiple cup winning teams, but Osgood always get's accused of padding his stats because he played for the Red Wings. The guy has more playoff wins then JACQUESf****** PLANTE!!!