Have a street in Winnipeg named honouring Dale Hawerchuk!

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Dale Hawerchuk has been an amazing ambassador for the City of Winnipeg since he first played with the Winnipeg Jets at the age of 18. 

From the Hockey Hall of Fame:
During his first season - "Ducky" as he was called by teammates, led the Jets to the largest single season turn-around by one team in NHL history, a 48-point improvement. He shattered 17 club records in the process and became the youngest NHL player in history to reach the 100-point plateau, finishing with 103 points, the second best total by a rookie in NHL history. For his efforts, he captured the Calder Memorial Trophy as Rookie-of-the-Year -- the youngest to win that award -- and played in his first All-Star Game. 

On and off the ice, Dale had a passion for the game, for the fans, and for his community. Since his passing, thousands of messages have appeared online from fans around the world. Fans sharing memories of when they met one of their favourite players at one of his numerous appearances supporting a cause within our city.

To Brian Bowman, Mayor - City of Winnipeg & City Council
As citizens of the City of Winnipeg, we would like to thank Dale and his family for their contributions to our city and sport and have a street named in his honour.