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Tim Horton Tim Horton Tidbit: "Miles" Tim Horton opened his first donut shop in 1962 and its success launched a chain that spread across the nation and continues unchecked to this day.
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Gordie Howe Gordie Howe Statline: Although he never had a 50-goal season or scored an overtime goal, Howe ranks second behind Wayne Gretzky in most career scoring totals.
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Harry Howell Harry Howell Tidbit: Howell was the first New York Ranger to be honoured with his own Night, January 25, 1967 at Madison Square Garden. That season, 1966-67, he had a career year for goals, scoring 12 times (his previous best was seven).
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Bobby Hull Bobby Hull Statline: The "Golden Jet" set a new standard for goal scoring in '65-'66 when he had 54, and the year after he became the first player to have back-to-back seasons of 50 or more, scoring 52. Two years later, he broke his single season mark with 58.
Complete Honoured Member Bio.

Red Kelly Red Kelly Tidbit: Kelly was a Member of Parliament for three years during his playing days with the Leafs in the early 1960s.
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Dave Keon Dave Keon Dateline: On April 18, 1963, Keon became the first NHL player to score two shorthanded goals in one playoff game.
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