- — Adam Herman (@AdamZHerman)Fri, Jun 10 2016 13:54:36"A hero is one who knows how to hang on one minute longer." - Novalis. I can't think of anyone whom this fits better than Gordie Howe.
- — Brendan Gallagher (@BGALLY17)Fri, Jun 10 2016 15:50:52Personalities and classiest person Many of us ever got the chance to meet. A role model in ever sense of the word. #RIPMrHockey
- — Patrick Burke (@BurkieNHL)Fri, Jun 10 2016 14:10:12One of the highlights of my childhood was Gordie Howe asking my father if his barber "charged by the acre."
- — Denise DiFalco (@dailyblessings)Fri, Jun 10 2016 15:54:43Growing Up Gordie Howe took center stage more than a few nights a week. My Father was his biggest fan. Hockeytown will Miss Mr. Hockey~
Thank you Mr. Hockey
Hockey fans, teams, NHL players and politicians are all reflecting on the impact of hockey idol Gordie Howe. He first laced up skates to play pond hockey during the Great Depression in Saskatoon and never looked back.
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