Brian Leetch is headed to the Hall of Fame and he won't be the only former Ranger in the class of 2009. The NHL announced today that Leetch, Steve Yzerman, Brett Hull and Luc Robitaille, who played parts of two seasons with New York, will be inducted into the Hall of Fame this November. Leetch played over 1100 games as a Blueshirt and holds the team record for assists with 741. He was the Rookie of the Year in the NHL in 1989, won two Norris trophies as the best defensemen in the league and was named MVP of the 1993-94 playoffs. The Rangers actually traded Leetch twice in his career. First in the off-season in 2003 before promptly resigning him and more famously in 2004 when they shipped him to Toronto for a package of players and draft picks. That was all forgotten in 2008 when the Rangers put Leetch’s #2 into the rafters at MSG. The NHL also announced that Devils GM Lou Lamoriello will be enshrined in the Builder’s Category of the Hall of Fame. Lamoriello has made the Devils into a perennial powerhouse, winning the Stanley Cup three times, most recently in 2003. Photo of Leetch in 2000 by AP/Ed Betz