Gordie Howe (Gordie Howe)( Canadian hockey)
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Gordie Howe (Gordon Howe) (1928) - Canadian hockey player. Biography Gordie Howe is known as one of the greatest strikers in the history of the game.
From 1947 to 1971 he played for the 'Detroit Red Uings' National Hockey League. Six times an athlete led the league in the number of points, and six times received the honorary title of Most Valuable Player.
. Then Howe left the sport, but in 1973, together with his sons Mark and Marty, he joined the new World Hockey Association (WHA)
. In 1974 a biography of Gordie Howe was the title of Most Valuable Player WHA.
In 1980 he left the sport for the second time, now forever. At that time, Howe led the hockey on the number of perfect heads (801), as well as the number of transmissions (1.049). These records were later beaten by Wayne Gretzky.