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  1. Wayne Gretzky: Hockey Player (Ferguson Career Biographies) by Michael Benson, 2004-05
  2. Wayne Gretzky: Hockey All-Star (Great Record Breakers in Sports) by Rob Kirkpatrick, 2001-07
  3. Wayne Gretzky Estrella Del Hockey / Wayne Gretzky Hockey Star: Hockey Star = Estrella Del Hockey (Superstars of Sports / Superestrellas Del Deporte) by Heather Feldman, 2001-08
  4. Wayne Gretzky (Ice Hockey Legends) by Josh Wilker, 1997-11
  5. Wayne Gretzky: Portrait of a Hockey Player (An Avon Camelot Book) by Craig Thomas Wolff, 1983-01
  6. Wayne Gretzky: Hockey Star (Reading Power) by Heather Feldman, 2001-07
  7. Wayne Gretzky: Hockey Great (Sports Achievers) by Thomas R. Raber, 1999-11
  8. Wayne Gretzky Hockey Great ( Ice ) by half title pg ink mrk, Frontispiece , illustrated Thomas R. Raber, 1991
  9. Beckett Hockey Monthly (Wayne Gretzky Cover, May 1992) by Various Contributors, 1992
  10. Canadian Ice Hockey Coaches: Wayne Gretzky, Maurice Richard, Don Cherry, Doug Shedden, Scotty Bowman, Jacques Lemaire, Craig Hartsburg
  11. Playboy Magazine April 1985 (1-860, Interview: Hockey's Greatest-Wayne Gretzky! Playmate Sisters!)
  12. Ice Hockey Legends: WAYNE GRETZKY
  13. Ice Hockey Legends: WAYNE GRETZKY by Josh Wilker, 1998-01-01
  14. Trading Cards (Special COllector's Hockey Issue, Wayne Gretzky, Paul Kariya, Mario Lemieux) by Various, 1996

1. Wayne Gretzky - The Official Homepage
on for Wayne Gretzky Fantasy Camp III. Larry Robinson will join fellow Hockey Hall of Famer Wayne Gretzky at the third annual Wayne Gretzky

2. Sports Adventures Announces The Wayne Gretzky Hockey Fantasy Camp
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4. SLAM! Presents Wayne Gretzky
From the time Wayne Gretzky was a 10year-old scoring also entire sections dedicated to Gretzky entering the Hockey Hall of Fame and

5. SLAM! Hockey Wayne Gretzky Retires
Gretzky one step closer to Hall TORONTO (CP) Wayne Gretzky is one step closer to the Hockey Hall of Fame after the selection committee

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WAYNE GRETZKY HOCKEY CARDS COLLECTIBLES CHECKLISTS copyright - GcSloan 2004 INTRODUCTION Welcome to one of the most popular modern

8. Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey Reviews
The source for Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey reviews, previews, news, videos, movies, cheat codes, FAQs, downloads and screenshots from all media sources

9. Phoenix Coyotes, Wayne Gretzky, National Hockey League - CBS
GRAND FORKS, N.D. Wayne Gretzky fears the NHL could be shut down for as long as two years is disappointed there is no hockey " Gretzky said.

10. Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey '98 For Nintendo 64 At GameSpot
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11. Wayne Gretzky Biography, Pictures And Stats - Hockey Fans
Find gretzky's career statistics, NHL accomplishments and a biography.
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Wayne " The Great One " Gretzky was born on January 26, 1961 in the town of Brantford, Ontario, Canada. He learned to play hockey in a backyard rink with his father Walter. Even at the young age of eleven, Wayne Gretzky raised eyebrows by collecting 517 points in a season. As a seventeen year old in 1978, he led team Canada to a bronze medal in the World Junior championship, leading the tournament with 17 points in six games. Wayne Gretzky began his professional career with the Indianapolis Racers of the World Hockey Association (WHA) in 1978. He was traded to the Edmonton Oilers in 1978-79 and began his National Hockey League (NHL) career when the Edmonton Oilers moved from the WHA to the National Hockey League in the 1979-80 season. Gretzky scintilated fans in his first year, scoring 137 points but missed the Art Ross Trophy as Marcel Dionne had one more goal. But the eighteen year old was awarded the Hart Memorial trophy as the most valuable player in the NHL. Gretzky would go on to win seven straight Art Ross Trophies, and ten in total. He broke and set records for most goals in a season (92), assists (163) and points (215). He also led the Edmonton Oilers to four Stanley Cup Championships (1984, 1985, 1987, 1988), notching two Conn Smythe trophies as playoff MVP, along the way. Grtezky is also remembered for his play in the 1987 Canada Cup final that landed Team Canada the gold medal. His pass to a streaking Mario Lemieux led to the game winning goal, late in the third period. Wayne's career in Edmonton came to an end in 1988 when he was traded to the Los Angles Kings. The oilers might have had little choice due to their financial woes, but hockey fans in Canada were in a state of shock.

12. Wayne Gretzky - The Official Homepage
In November, hockey Canada partnered with the wayne gretzky Foundation and the Canadian AllNew Signature hockey Franchise Featuring wayne gretzky
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Wayne Gretzky Fantasy Camp IV
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Be a part of this incredible event! Fantasy will become reality as you step on the ice with the greatest hockey player of all time. Spend four days skating with "The Great One", and other NHL stars and celebrities. Read more...
The Great One Signs Multi-Year Contract As Team's New Head Coach. Phoenix Coyotes Chairman and Governor Steve Ellman announced today that Wayne Gretzky has agreed to a new multi-year contract to serve as head coach of the Phoenix Coyotes, in addition to continuing his role as managing partner of hockey operations. As per club policy, terms of the contract were not disclosed. "We are thrilled that Wayne will assume the role as head coach," said Ellman. "Wayne is the greatest player to have ever played the game. He is an icon to our sport. It will be an honor for us to see him assume control of our hockey club at the bench level." Read more...

13. Wayne Gretzky - The Official Homepage
For two decades, the ethereal wayne gretzky lifted hockey to new and dizzying heights while establishing himself as the greatest player of all time.
Now entering his fifth season as managing partner and alternate governor, Gretzky's challenge to build the Coyotes into one of the NHL's elite teams continues. Among his first moves, Gretzky brought in proven Stanley Cup winners Cliff Fletcher (as senior executive vice president) and Dave Draper (as vice president of scouting and player personnel) to direct the Coyotes' hockey operations department. Six months later, Gretzky added Michael Barnett, the former president of IMG Hockey, as general manager.
Gretzky, 43, announced his retirement as a player on April 16, 1999 after 20 seasons in which he dominated the National Hockey League unlike any player in history. Gretzky helped win four Stanley Cup Championships and three Canada Cup tournament titles during his illustrious career. He became the NHL's all-time leading goal, assist and point producer for both regular season and playoffs. Gretzky won 10 Art Ross Trophies as the NHL's leading scorer, nine Hart Trophies as the League's MVP and two Conn Smythe Trophies as playoff MVP. He earned five Lady Byng Trophies as the NHL's most gentlemanly player and made 18 consecutive All-Star Game appearances, securing three All-Star MVP Awards. Gretzky is an eight-time First All-Star Team member and seven-time Second All-Star Team member. He holds virtually every offensive record in the NHL and his tireless support of the game has contributed significantly to the popularity it enjoys today.
As a six-year-old, the Brantford, Ontario native was good enough to play on a 10-and-under team and even managed to score a goal. Four years later, a 10-year-old Gretzky finished the 1971-72 season with 378 goals and 120 assists in 85 games in the Brantford atom league. Such was the advanced billing as Gretzky arrived in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario to play for the Greyhounds for his first and only full year of major junior hockey in 1977. Selected third in the annual midget draft by Sault Ste. Marie, the 16-year-old Gretzky justified the Greyhounds' faith in him, scoring six goals in his first game and proceeding to take OHA Rookie of the Year honors, recording totals of 70-112-182 for the season.

14. Upland High School Roller Hockey
Based in Upland, California. Associated with the wayne gretzky HS league. Includes player information and statistics.

15. Phoenix Coyotes
Members of the National hockey League s Western Conference, Pacific Division. Phoenix Coyotes announced wayne gretzky as the new head coach Read More
COYOTES REGULAR SEASON SINGLE GAME TICKETS ON SALE SATURDAY Phoenix Coyotes President and COO Douglas Moss announced that home single-game tickets for the 2005-06 regular season will go on sale Saturday, September 17 at 10:00 a.m.

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On Thursday, the Phoenix Coyotes held the final scrimmage of the week between Team “A” and Team “C.”
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Phoenix Coyotes General Manager Michael Barnett announced today that the Coyotes have reduced their training camp roster by five players.
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On Wednesday, the Phoenix Coyotes took part in their second day of on-ice activities for the club’s 2005 training camp.

16. Hockey Cards Gallery
Gallery including wayne gretzky, Gordie Howe, Brett Hull, Mario Lemieux, Bobby Orr and other Hall of Fame players. Contact information provided.
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17. CNN/SI - NHL Hockey - Rob Blake Press Conference - Thursday November 18, 1999 11
Blake talks about the LA Kings, wayne gretzky, and injuries.


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Click here for more on this story Posted: Thursday November 18, 1999 11:13 PM Blake: "The thing in L.A., you have to win, you have to win consistently...." Allsport Question: Last year your team didn't make the playoffs. This year you guys are at the top of the league. What has been the difference this year so far? Rob Blake Obviously I think with the new coaching staff, Andy Murray coming in and defining roles and challenging players individually and also the acquisitions of Ziggy Palffy and Bryan Smolinski in the off-season and Frantisek Kaberle signing with us this summer, I think those three players definitely helped our offensive ability. Question: Throughout your career you have had a lot of nagging injuries. You are leading the league in a lot of categories. What has been the reason behind your red-hot start? Rob Blake: I think like I said, I touched on a few of our players. Obviously, a lot of it is power play and our power play has been very good and I think that is the result of Ziggy Palffy coming and taking a lot of pressure off of everybody else. He draws players to him. If you get in the open, he gets you the puck. I think with those him and Kaberle helping on the power play definitely helped out offensively.

18. - The Greatest Canadian - Top Ten Greatest Canadians
Shooting up the hockey ranks. In 1972, wayne gretzky had a momentous meeting. He was invited to a Kiwanis Great Sportsmen dinner with the likes of Joe

19. CNN/SI - NHL Hockey - SI's Reilly: No Fuss Necessary In Wayne's World - Thursday
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Multimedia Memories SI Covers Gallery SI Photo Essay Full Multimedia Memories Gretzky's Milestones Career Stats NHL Records Awards 1999 All-Star Game MVP More Stories CNN/SI Profile SI's Leigh Montville SI's Michael Farber SI's Frank Deford ... Gretzky's stats make the man From Sports Illustrated 'Great' memories from SI 1982 Sportsman of the Year SI 40th Anniversary They said it ... Your Turn Vote for Hockey Century's Best Head-to-Head: Jordan vs. Gretzky Special Offer By Rick Reilly, Sports Illustrated I've dug ditches, lubed jackhammers and manned the graveyard shift at a 7-Eleven. But the worst job I ever had was writing Wayne Gretzky's autobiography. It was like trying to draw personal revelations out of a 1970 Plymouth Duster. The only thing Gretzky hates worse than going into the corners is going on about himself. Humility's O.K., I guess, but it tends to give ghostwriters facial tics.

20. CBC Sports: Gretzky Named Coyotes Head Coach
wayne gretzky will get a great view of the newlook National hockey League this season - from behind the bench of the Phoenix Coyotes.
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WebPosted Mon, 08 Aug 2005 16:06:55 EDT CBC Sports Wayne Gretzky wil l get a great view of the new-look National Hockey League this season - from behind the bench of the Phoenix Coyotes. Wayne Gretzky speaks Monday to reporters. (AP Photo/Will Powers) Gretzky, 44, was introduced Monday as head coach of the Coyotes, replacing interim bench boss Rick Bowness. "It's huge," admitted Steve Ellman, who co-owns the Coyotes with majority shareholder Jerry Moyes and Gretzky. "Fans around the world will tune in to watch Gretzky coach." Gretzky also retained his 18 per cent stake in the franchise and title as managing partner of hockey operations.

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