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 day in hockey history, October 19th 1978, the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Minnesota North Stars 6-2 with Bobby Orr getting the 645th and final assist of his career exactly 12 years after playing his first NHL game.

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George Kuhn On this day in hockey history, October 21st1962, the Detroit Red Wings defeated the Chicago Black Hawks 3-1 with Bill Gadsby joining Gordie Howe as the second player in NHL history to appear in 1,000 career games.

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George Kuhn On this day in hockey history, October 19th 1967, the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 1-0 in their first home game at the Spectrum. Bill Sutherland scored the game's only goal 2:59 into the third period. And Doug Favell made 17 saves for his first NHL shutout and19.10.2017 at 05:28 pmLike
George Kuhn On this day in hockey history, October 21st 1993, the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Florida Panthers 4-3 in overtime to tie an NHL record with their eighth consecutive victory from start of the season. But how many Leafs fans watched the game as the Blue Jays were playing game five of the 1993 World Series in Philadelphia that night.

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George Kuhn On this day in hockey history, October 21st 1967, the Metropolitan Sports Center opened in Bloomington, Minnesota and the North Stars won their first home game, taking a team record 53 shots in a 3-1 victory over the Oakland Seals, before a crowd of 12,951. Bill Goldsworthy scored the first goal at Met Center at 8:23 of the second period.

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