Defenseman Chris Chelios and forward Brendan Shanahan are among five former players named Tuesday to the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto. Induction ceremonies are set for November. Chelios played for 26 seasons until he was 48, a number of years with the Red Wings. He was a Norris Trophy winner as the league's best defenseman three times. Shanahan scored 656 goals in his career and won three Stanley Cups in Detroit. He also won an Olympic gold medal.