Dignity After Hockey was created to assist former professional hockey players who have fallen on hard times. It has been a long-standing tradition in hockey to protect a teammate when he needs help. Unfortunately, many retired players, long since departed from the game, still require help with financial and medical problems.

Kurt Walker is the founder of Dignity After Hockey. Kurt played in the National Hockey League for the Toronto Maple Leafs and is determined to unite the hockey and business communities in an effort to aid those in need.


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George Kuhn On this date in Buffalo Sabres history, October 17th 1990, the Buffalo Sabres retired Gilbert Perreault's number 11, in a pre game ceremony before a game against Montreal.

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George Kuhn On this day in hockey history, October 17th 1988, the Calgary Flames defeated the Los Angeles Kings 11-4 setting a team record with seven goals in the third period.

On this day in hockey history, October 17th 1989, the Calgary Flames trailed 8-3 with four minutes remaining against the Nordiques at quebec City. They scored three goals in :27, then added the two shorthanded goals in :04 to finish tied 8-8 with Doug Gilmour and rookie Paul Ranheim setting an NHL record for fastest two shorthanded goals.

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George Kuhn On this day in hockey history, October 17th 1974, the Buffalo Sabres defeated the Oakland Seals 6-1 with Lee Fogolin and Don Luce scoring only four seconds apart in. The two goals in four seconds by one team tied the NHL record set in 1931 by the Montreal Maroons.

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George Kuhn On this day in hockey history, October 17th 1956, Ken Morrow was born in Flint, Michigan. Morrow was a part of the Miracle on Ice team that won the Gold Medal in 1980 at Lake Placid, and he was also a part of the Islanders dynasty that won four consecutive Cups from 1980-83.

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George Kuhn On this day in hockey history, October 16th 1960, the Toronto Maple Leafs' defeated the New York Rangers 7-2 at Madison Square Garden with rookie Dave Keon scoring the first goal of his NHL career.

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