Hockey Hall of Famer Gordie Howe has died. Howe was nicknamed 'Mr. Hockey' and that was for a good reason. Howe appeared in 23 NHL All-Star games and won four Stanley Cups during his 25 years with the Detroit Red Wings.

FOX's Jared Max remembers the legendary Gordie Howe:

Until Wayne Gretzky became the 'Great One', Gordie Howe owned virtually every scoring record.

Born March, 1928 in Saskatchewan, Howe began his NHL career in 1946 with the Detroit Red Wings, the first of 25 seasons in Motown, where he led the Wings to four Stanley Cup titles.

At age 45, Gordie Howe joined the World Hockey Association where he led the league in scoring. When the NHL absorbed teams from the WHA, Howe becmae a member of the Hartford Whalers at age 51 and scored 15 goals before he retired, but not before he got to play on the same team with both of his sons Mark and Marty.

Gordie Howe, fourth on the NHL's all-time scoring list has died, 'Mr. Hockey' was 88.

Jared Max, FOX News.

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Gordie Howe's Final Goal