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Gretzky

Wayne. born 1961, Canadian ice-hockey player, based in the US
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Gretzky was quick to accept the apology, adding: "Not to worry, it happens all the time
The Gretzky Hockey School boasts a staff of current and former NHL coaches and professional hockey players, and last year's camp included Mark Ciaccio of the NY Rangers, Keith and Glen Gretzky, Dean Malkoc of the Boston Bruins, and other industry-leading instructors.
com/paulinagretzky/) deleted from her Instagram account , showed Gretzky and a female pal dancing in front of a television to Spears' "Oops I Did It Again.
The 1979-80 Topps Wayne Gretzky card (and it's pricier Canadian counterpart, OPC) is still considered by some to be the most valuable asset and dream purchase for those who truly value hockey memorabilia.
It's obvious move, if Gretzky is interested in returning to the league in some form.
Wayne Gretzky was the greatest hockey player ever," Yallop said, "and when he came here from the Edmonton Oilers, he got ice hockey into the mainstream media here.
Gretzky NHL 3D features fast, exhilarating gameplay combined with superb graphics which capture the spirit and passion of NHL games.
Now that the oft-quoted Gretzky is the one holding the pen, sort of, he claims journalistic objectivity, saying in a recent column: "I have no allegiance to any team now.
When Wayne Gretzky was three years old, he and his grandmother, Mary Gretzky, played a special game when he visited her on her farm in Brantford, Ontario.
Gretzky and some aides had piled through a side door to avoid the inevitable stampede.
During his Hall of Fame career, Gretzky set or tied 61 NHL records, won four Stanley Cup Championships and played in 18 NHL All-Star Games.
LOS ANGELES, June 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The recently established Gretzky Hockey School-led by professional player/coach Keith Gretzky and staff, with appearances by NHL great Wayne Gretzky and other stars-has scheduled its first class for players ages 9 to 14 on July 27-August 1 in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho at the Frontier Ice Arena.