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.



Joseph Maguire 14.12.2017 at 03:54 amLike
George Kuhn On this date in hockey history, December 11th 1977, the Philadelphia Flyers just destroyed the Cleveland Barons 11-1. In that game Flyers defenseman Tom Bladon scored four goals and four assists for eight points, setting an NHL record for most points scored by a defenseman in a single game. Bladon was also a plus 10 for that game. Despite the eight points, Bladon finished the season with only 35 points.

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11.12.2017 at 12:26 pmLike
George Kuhn Apparently Wayne Gretzky liked playing on December 13th. Here are some of his career highlights from that date;

December 13th 1983 Gretzky scores his 300th career goal in only his 350th game, an 8-5 Oilers loss to the New York Islanders. That's nearly a goal per game!

December 13th 1985, Wayne scored two goals and added two assists, giving him 1,200 career points in only his 504th game during a 6-5 Oilers victory against the Winnipeg Jets. That's 2.38 points per game.

December 13th, 1989, he picked up an assist for the Los Angeles Kings during a 5-2 victory over the Hartford Whalers to extend his team record assist streak to 17 games. He had 35 assist in the streak, better than two per game.

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13.12.2017 at 09:37 pmLike
George Kuhn This day in hockey history, December 13th 1971, the St. Louis Blues traded Jimmy Roberts to Montreal in exchange for Phil Roberto.

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13.12.2017 at 12:25 pmLike
George Kuhn On this day in hockey history, December 13th 1979, the Philadelphia Flyers extended their unbeaten streak to 25 games (18-0-7) with a 6-4 win at the Spectrum over the Quebec Nordiques. Two goals apiece by Bill Barber and Reggie Leach led the way for the Flyers, with Dennis Ververgaert and Al Hill (empty net) adding singles.

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13.12.2017 at 02:04 pmLike