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  1. Nine: A Salute to Mr. Hockey Gordie Howe by Bob Duff, Bill Roose, 2007-10-08
  2. Gordie Howe: My Hockey Memories by Gordie Howe, Frank Condron, 1999-10-01
  3. Mr. Hockey: The world of Gordie Howe by Don O'Reilly, 1975
  4. Gordie:a Hockey Legend. (Howe) by Roy. Mackskimming, 1994
  5. OttoMatic (Otto Graham) by Duey w/foreword by Mr. Hockey Gordie Howe Graham, 2004-01-01
  6. Gordie: A Hockey Legend: An Unauthorized Biography of Gordie Howe by Roy MacSkimming, 1995-10
  7. Gordie Howe The Story Of Ice-hockey's All Time High Scorer His Fantastic Career And His Amazing Records by Stan Fischler, 1969
  8. Hockey Dynasties: Bluelines and Bloodlines by George Johnson, Jack Batten, et all 2002-10-07
  9. Let's play hockey; by Gordie Howe, 1972
  10. Hockey Hat Trick: Three Exciting Books- Bobby Hull / Gordie Howe / Fire-Wagon Hockey by Jim Hunt, Andy O'Brien, 1970-01-01
  11. After the Applause: Life After Hockey With Esposito, Richard, Geoffrion, Shack, Gadsby, Howe, Hull, Mikita. by Colleen;Wilkins, Charles;Howe Gordie Howe, 1990
  12. Trophée de L'association Mondiale de Hockey: Trophée Mondial Avco, Trophée Gordie Howe, Trophée Howard Baldwin, Trophée Bill Hunter (French Edition)
  13. After the Applause: Life After Hockey With Esposito, Richard, Geoffrion, Shack, Gadsby, Howe, Hull, by Colleen Howe;And Charles WilkinsGordie Howe, 1989
  14. 20th Century Hockey Chronicle by Morgan Hughes, Joseph Romain, James Duplacey Stan and Shirley Fischler, 1994

1. Gordie Howe
Gordie Howe Mr. Hockey. Right Wing, Shoots Right, 6' 0", 205 lbs. Born Floral, Saskatchewan - March 31, 1928.

2. Welcome To
Official site of Gordie Howe includes biography, newsletter, trivia, statistics, timeline, and merchandise. Also includes biographies of Colleen

3. Gordie Howe Hockey Sportsfest 500
Gordie Howe Hockey Sportsfest 500

4. Gordie Howe, Hockey, Interviews, Quotes, ASAPSports FastScripts

5. Action Packed Realistic Gordie Howe Hockey Posters Online
Be a Part of the Hockey Action with these Lifelike Gordie Howe Picture Posters

6. " How To Score With Gordie Howe " Hockey Film VHS 1963
" How To Score With Gordie Howe " Hockey Film VHS 1963

7. NHL Gordie Howe Hockey Posters And Art Prints From Hockey Poster
NHL Gordie Howe Hockey Posters and Art Prints from Hockey Poster info.

8. - Gordie Howe Hockey Heroes Red Wings
Complete Howe, Parkhurst Gordie Howe Rookie Card Detroit, Sam Gordie Howe Bobbing Head Doll, Topps Gordie Howe Near 500, Topps Gordie Howe Psa

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Howe Hockey Heroes Red Wings, Gordie Howe Hockey Insert, Gordie Howe Parkhurst 2nd Yearc Ard 1200, Gordie Howe Reprint Parkhurst, Gordie Howe

10. Gordie Howe Biography, Pictures And Stats - Hockey Fans
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Gordie Howe
Gordie "Mr. Hockey" Howe was born on March 31, 1928 in Floral, Saskatchewan, Canada. Howe did not play organized hockey till he was eight, but quickly picked up the game. He exercised relentlessly and gained a powerful physique working construction with his father during the summers. Howe was signed by the Detroit Red Wings when he was 16 and moved through the Red Wings Galt, Ontario junior team, to the Omaha Knights of the USHL and finally to the Detroit Red Wings. Howe was soon teamed up with Ted Lindsay and Sid Abel in what would be called the "Production Line", one of the all-time great NHL combinations. Howe played 33 pro seasons, one has a 17 year old with Omaha of the United States Hockey League, 25 years with the Detroit Red Wings of the NHL, six with the Houston Aeros and New England Whalers of the World Hockey Association, one season with the Hartford Whalers of the NHL and one game in 1997-98 with the Detroit Vipers of the IHL. Godie Howe set numerous hockey records that seemed unbreakable at the time. He was an effortless skater with deceptive speed, tremendous streght and a powerful shot. In his fourth NHL season, 1949-50, Howe began one of hockey's most amazing streaks. The the next 22 years, Howe scored over 20 goals a year. The Red Wings and Howe won the Stanley Cup in 1950 and the following year Howe was atop the league scoring, a feat he would repeat for the next three years. He would go on to win a total of six Art Ross trophies and also added six Hart Memrial Trophies as the league MVP. As 41 year old in 1968-69, he scored 44 goals and added 59 assists for a career high 103 points. At 43, Howe retired from the Red Wings in 1971 after injuries slowed him down. He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame immediately.

11. SLAM! Hockey: Gordie Howe Returns
Collection of news articles and pictures from Slam hockey.
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    GORDIE HOWE PHOTOS Elston's cartoon on Howe's comeback Awaiting his introduction Swallowed by the Viper. The playing of the national anthem. ... CANOE
  • 12. MR. HOCKEY® Gordie Howe® Coming Home To Saskatoon
    hockey® gordie howe® coming home to Saskatoon. The Saskatoon Blades, along with Trader gordie howe®, 9, is the Paul Bunyan and Babe Ruth of his sport.

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    13. Hockey Cards Gallery
    Gallery including Wayne Gretzky, gordie howe, Brett Hull, Mario Lemieux, Bobby Orr and other Hall of Fame players. Contact information provided.
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    Phil Esposito 1971-72 Topps

    Phil Esposito 1975-76 Topps All Star

    Phil Esposito 1976-77 Topps

    Michel Goulet 1992-93 Topps


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    Ice hockey team in Bangkok, Thailand offer schedules, news and articles. Find annual international tournament, photos with gordie howe and ball hockey information.

    15. Gordie Howe: Definition And Much More From
    howe , Gordon (Known as “gordie.”) Born 1928. Canadian hockey player. A right wing who played mainly for the Detroit Red Wings (1946–1971), he led.
    showHide_TellMeAbout2('false'); Business Entertainment Games Health ... More... On this page: Dictionary Encyclopedia Wikipedia Mentioned In Or search: - The Web - Images - News - Blogs - Shopping Gordie Howe Dictionary Howe Gordon (Known as “Gordie.”) Born 1928.
    Canadian hockey player. A right wing who played mainly for the Detroit Red Wings (1946–1971), he led the National Hockey League in scoring six times and holds the all-time record for most games played (2,186). Encyclopedia Howe, Gordie (Gordon Howe), 1928–, Canadian hockey player. One of the great forwards in the game's history, he played with the Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League (1947–71), leading the league in scoring six times and winning Most Valuable Player honors six times. He then retired, but in 1973, with his sons Mark and Marty, joined the new World Hockey Association (WHA). He won the WHA's Most Valuable Player award in 1974 and retired again in 1980 as the career professional leader in goals (801) and assists (1,049); both records have since been broken by Wayne Gretzky Wikipedia Gordie Howe Gordon Howe (born March 31 in Floral

    16. Legends Of Hockey The Legends Honoured Player Howe
    gordie howe is referred to as simply Mr. hockey . For multiple generations, gordie howe is not only Mr. hockey, he is hockey.

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    Official site of gordie howe includes biography, newsletter, trivia, statistics, timeline, and merchandise. Also includes biographies of Colleen, Mark, and Marty.

    18. Legends Of Hockey The Legends Honoured Player Howe, Gordie
    gordie howe finished in the top 5 in NHL scoring an incredible 20 straight seasons. Visit the hockey Hall of Fame NaviSkater at

    19. - Biography - Gordie Howe
    This document is a biography of hockey player gordie howe, with his complete career statistics. It is a page in the biography section of,
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    Career Statistics Other Resources No one else, in any sport, ever performed at as high a level for as long a time as Gordie Howe. In twenty-five seasons with the Detroit Red Wings, he won the Hart Trophy as the NHL's most valuable player six times, was a first-team all-star twelve times and a second-team all-star nine times. He retired in 1971 but returned two years later, at the age of forty-five, to play with the World Hockey Association's Houston Aeros as a teammate with his sons Marty and Mark. He won that league's most valuable player award in 1974, when he scored 100 points on 31 goals and 69 assists. When the Houston team folded in 1977, Howe returned to the NHL with the Hartford Whalers and played three more seasons before retiring in 1980 at the age of fifty-two. Howe joined the Red Wings in 1946 after a year in the minor leagues. For three seasons, he seemed to be little more than a steady journeyman. But in 1949/50 he finished third in scoring and he was among the top six scorers in the league for twenty more seasons. During a 1950 Stanley Cup playoff game against Toronto, Howe suffered a serious head injury when he was checked into the boards. He underwent surgery to relieve pressure on his brain, but there was some permanent damage that caused an uncontrollable blink and facial spasms at times. His teammates began calling him "Blinky," and Howe never objected.

    20. MSN Encarta - Gordie Howe
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    Encyclopedia Article Multimedia 3 items Howe, Gordie , born in 1928, Canadian ice hockey player, one of the most prolific scorers in history. He was born Gordon Howe in Floral, Saskatchewan. One of hockey's finest players, he had a remarkably long playing career that lasted from 1945 to 1980. He played for the Omaha Knights of the United States Hockey League during the 1945-46 season. Howe then joined the Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League (NHL) and starred with the team from 1946 to 1971. After two years of retirement, he joined the Houston Aeros of the World Hockey Association (WHA) in 1973. In 1977 Howe began playing for the New England Whalers of the WHA. He remained with the team until 1980, by which time the franchise had moved to Hartford, Connecticut, and joined the NHL. Howe, who played the right wing position, won six NHL scoring titles (1951-1954, 1957, 1963) and was named most valuable player (MVP) of the NHL six times (1952, 1953, 1957, 1958, 1960, 1963). He retired in 1980, at the age of 52, as the NHL leader in career goals scored, with 801. Howe now ranks second only to Canadian hockey player

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