Legends of Hockey - Spotlight - Harry Howell - Treasure Chest
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Throughout his career as a New York Ranger,
Harry Howell graced the cover of numerous magazines
throughout his illustrious career.

Assistant Captain Harry Howell of the New York Golden Blades wore this skate featuring a gold plated blade during the 1973-74 WHA season. The Blades' players would transfer mid-season to become the New Jersey Knights.

New York Rangers jersey worn by Howell during his final of season as a Ranger in 1968-69. Howell spent 17 of his 21 NHL seasons with the Rangers and remains the clubs leader in games played with 1,160.

Three of Howell's hockey cards: (from left to right) a 1953-54
Parkhurst rookie card, a 1969-70 O-Pee-Chee card and a 1972-73
O-Pee-Chee card featuring Howell in on of his three
years as a member of the Los Angeles Kings.

Skates worn by Howell during one of his 17 seasons with the New York Rangers between 1952-69. The Norris trophy winner and 1st Team All-Star in 1966-67, Howell went on to play 21 seasons
in the NHL.

(Left) New York Ranger jersey worn by Howell during the early 1960s (Right) Cleveland Barons jersey designed by General Manager Harry Howell for the 1978-79 NHL season, however, following the 1977-78 season and playing in front of sparse crowds, the franchise merged with the Minnesota North Stars.