The death of Hockey Hall of Fame legend Gordie Howe on Friday was met with reaction from throughout the sport. He was 88.
"Mr. Hockey" played 25 seasons with the Detroit Red Wings and helped them win four Stanley Cup championships. He scored 801 goals and 1,850 points in 1,767 regular-season games spanning 26 NHL seasons.
Here is some Twitter reaction to his death.
Wayne Gretzky, who passed Howe as the League's all-time leader in goals and points, shared his thoughts on Howe's death.
Other players took to social media to reflect on Howe's legacy, personality and career.
Current or former NHL players weren't the only ones to express their sympathies on Twitter.
Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, shared his thoughts on Howe.
Howe's legacy was felt throughout the world of hockey.
While Howe was known as "Mr. Hockey," he also dabbled in other sports as Minor League Baseball posted.