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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Gordie Howe
Hockey great Gordie Howe has a book deal.
Nicklas Lidstrom was the last person to speak at his Detroit Red Wings jersey-retirement ceremony.
A fascinating part of Gordie Howe's life has been turned into a TV movie.
At 83, Mr. Hockey is still in demand and on the move. Gordie Howe is about to embark on another series of fundraisers to support dementia research.
Gordie Howe attended the induction ceremony and said it was a bigger moment for him than when he entered back in 1972.
"I've been in the film business for a long time, but this project really comes from the heart," he said. "This hits a real sweet spot for me because my mom and dad, long before they owned the team, used to take me to the Olympia to watch Gordie Howe play."