Harry Vernon Howell is a retired professional ice hockey player who appeared in the National Hockey League. Born on December 28, 1932, he also played in the World Hockey League for 170 games where he scored 101 goals and 461 points. He played for the New York Golden Blades, New Jersey Knights and the San Diego Mariners as well as for the Calgary Cowboys of the WHA.
In the National Hockey League, he played as a defenseman for the New York Rangers from 1952 and stayed with the team until 1969. He also joined the Oakland Seals, the California Golden Seals and the Los Angeles Kings in the national league. He spent seventeen years with the New York Rangers and played in jersey number 3, which was retired in a special ceremony on February 22, 2009 by the New York Rangers.
Howell worked as a coach for the Minnesota North Stars in the 1978 to 1979 season after retiring from playing in the NHL. Played in 1, 411 games in the NHL, he was the last among the players in the pre-expansion time to receive the Norris trophy in 1967. He also won the Stanley Cup in 1990 for the Edmonton Oilers as a scout. He was inducted to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1979 and was included in the 100 Rangers Greats as the No. 10 player all-time.
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