The 'Greatest Hockey Player of All Time,' Gordie Howe passed away Friday at the age of 88. Howe had many iconic moments through out his long Hall of Fame career. Here are five memorable moments from the career and life of the man known as Mr. Hockey.

Gordie Howe's Final NHL Goal

Scoring his final goal as a member of the Hartford Whalers in 1980, where he played with his sons Mark and Marty.


Howe's Final All-Star Game

Gordie played in his 23rd and final All-Star Game in 1980, which was at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit.


Gordie Howe Returns to Detroit + Gets Standing Ovation

At that 1980 All-Star Game at Joe Louis Arena, the fans gave Gordie a standing ovation.


Gordie Howe's 6th Decade Game Ceremony With the Detroit Vipers

In 1997, Gordie played one shift with the Detroit Vipers of The IHL  and became the only player to skate in six different decades at the professional level.


Red Wings Faithful Cheer on Gordie Howe Following His Stoke

Two seasons ago, Gordie suffered a stroke and the fans at Joe Louis Arena cheered the legend on and showed their support for his recovery.

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