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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Evan Weiner Jim Watson in his day was a pretty good player but Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson never played and doesn't want to pay for hockey.Evan Weiner shared a link to the group: Dignity After Hockey.21.01.2018 at 10:11 amLike
George Kuhn This day in Toronto Maple Leafs history, January 16th 1934, Ken Doraty recorded his first NHL hat trick all three goals being scored in overtime during the Leafs 7-4 victory over the Ottawa Senators. Back then, teams tied after 60 minutes played a 10 minute overtime period without sudden death. Needless to say with todays sudden death overtime, this record for most goals in a single overtime period will never be broken.

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16.01.2018 at 08:46 pmLike
George Kuhn This day in Toronto Maple Leafs history, January 19th 1932, the Leafs walloped the new York Americans 11-3 with Charlie Conacher scoring five goals against Roy Worters in the Amerks nets.
Conacher was the first player in farnchise history top score five goals in a single game and has 14 games with three goals or more.

Altogether, Conacher had 14 games with three or more goals in his Maple Leafs career. Darryl Sittler who had twenty hat tricks is the only Toronto player with more.

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19.01.2018 at 10:32 pmLike
George Kuhn This day in hockey history, January 19th 1971, the Western Conference defeated the Eastern Conference 2-1 at Boston Garden with Gordie Howe playing in his record setting 14th consecutive NHL All Star Game, passing Maurice Richard's record. This is Gordie's 22nd all star game appearance in 23 NHL seasons.

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19.01.2018 at 10:25 pmLike
George Kuhn On this date in hockey history, Vincent Damphousse of the Toronto Maple Leafs scored four goals during the 42nd annual NHL all star game at Chicago Stadium. Damphousse playing for the Campbell Conference was the only Leaf in the game. His third period hat trick along with his first period goal earned him all star game MVP honors over teammate Adam Oates of the St. Louis Blues who scored once and had four helpers, including three on Damphousses' goals.

Wayne Gretzky scored one goal to set the record for most career all star goals with 11, passing Gordie Howe who had 10. Mark Messier won the skills competition for shooting accuracy with four hits on six shots and Al MacInnis had the hardest shot at 94 M.P.H.

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19.01.2018 at 10:22 pmLike