The Detroit Red Wings surround the Stanley Cup after beating the Montreal Canadiens in the 1955 Stanley Cup Finals. The Red Wings’ Gordie Howe is seen at right. Gordie Howe, the hockey great who set scoring records that stood for decades, has died. He was 88.
The Detroit Red Wings surround the Stanley Cup after beating the Montreal Canadiens in the 1955 Stanley Cup Finals. The Red Wings’ Gordie Howe is seen at right. Gordie Howe, the hockey great who set scoring records that stood for decades, has died. He was 88. Anonymous AP
The Detroit Red Wings surround the Stanley Cup after beating the Montreal Canadiens in the 1955 Stanley Cup Finals. The Red Wings’ Gordie Howe is seen at right. Gordie Howe, the hockey great who set scoring records that stood for decades, has died. He was 88. Anonymous AP

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