Hockey great Gordie Howe has a book deal.
Amid smoke and flashing lights, a large red banner emerged from a big black box, and No. 5 ascended gracefully, regally, to the rafters.
A fascinating part of Gordie Howe’s life has been turned into a TV movie.
“If there was ever a year we needed a full training camp, this was it,” Howe said.
When 50-year-old Roger Clemens pitches for the Sugar Land Skeeters on Saturday night, he’ll join a line of athletes who competed when they were closer to their getting their AARP cards than being in their physical prime.
This by no means meant as disrespect for Gordie Howe, who many feel is the greatest hockey player of all time
By now you must have heard about Kobe Bryant and the fact that he passed Shaquille O’Neal for fifth on the NBA all-time scoring list on Monday night.
At 83, Mr. Hockey is still in demand and on the move. Gordie Howe is about to embark on another series of fundraisers to support dementia research.
An affidavit from a shredding company says hundreds of CDs, DVDs and documents were destroyed.
From left to right: Barry Sanders, Steve Yzerman, Joe Louis and Gordie Howe as voted by the listener’s.