Donald Parsons

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Donald H. Parsons was a National Hockey League owner of the Pittsburgh Penguins in the late 1960s until 1971. He made his fortune as a Detroit, Michigan business owner, however by December 1, 1970 the NHL was appointed power-of-attorney with his ownership of the Penguins, and forced him to sell in early 1971.[1]


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