Detroit Red Wings great Gordie Howe is now able to walk with just a little assistance after suffering a series of strokes.
Gordie Howe’s family was hopeful the hockey great would be out of the hospital before the end of the night Wednesday after being treated for dehydration.
An MRI taken Tuesday night shows hockey Hall of Famer Gordie Howe didn’t have a large stroke this week, as the family had feared, his son said.
Previously, his family said they were making him “comfortable” as he began what was expected to be a long recovery from two previous strokes.
Gordie Howe is comfortable as he makes a long recovery from two strokes, but the hockey great can’t walk and has limited speech, one of his sons said Sunday.
With the recent news of Gordie Howe in declining health, ESPN’s Keith Olbermann paid a touching tribute to Mr. Hockey.
Gordie Howe’s family says the hockey Hall of Famer “has taken a turn for the worse” after suffering another stroke recently.
The younger Howe says chronic back pain, advanced stages of dementia and high blood pressure are taking a toll on his bedridden father.
The Jets lost to the Penguins in overtime, but Mr. Kane you won the night. Well done, sir.
Gordie Howe’s family says the hockey Hall of Famer who had a stroke last month has been “recovering at a remarkable rate” over the past week.