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The award recognizes an individual who positively impacted his or her community, culture or society via the sport of hockey, and it honors Willie O’Ree, who became the league’s first Black player when he took the ice for the Boston Bruins Jan. 18, 1958.
The Bruins officially retired O’Ree’s No. 22 jersey Tuesday night.
Fans 13 and older, community leaders, NHL clubs and minor hockey associations in Canada and the U.S.