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Gretzky

Wayne. born 1961, Canadian ice-hockey player, based in the US
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On Wednesday, Gretzky took the time to update her Instagram account days after giving birth to her second child.
Gretzky was at White Hart Lane to see Spurs' lose 2-1 to Arsenal in the Capital One Cup on Wednesday - and was handed the jersey by former skipper Ledley King before the game.
The pair was first outed as a 'couple' when model Gretzky joined the athlete in Kapalua, Hawaii for the 2013 PGA Tour in January.
Like Gretzky on ice, the most successful people in various fields make continual, accurate predictions just a little ahead of and a little better than everyone else.
There's no secret that Wayne Gretzky rookie cards will probably always rule the want lists of passionate hockey collectors.
In an interview today with a Toronto radio station, Kings president and general manager Dean Lombardi said he would be open to the idea of bringing back Gretzky in some yet-undefined role.
Gretzky has been involved in raising funds for the Canadian National Institute for the Blind for three decades now.
And former Ipswich star Yallop is convinced the ex-England captain will have the same effect Gretzky did when he moved from the Edmonton Oilers to the LA Kings in 1988.
The column, ghostwritten every week by National Post columnist Roy MacGregor in collaboration with Gretzky, runs in the Toronto-based paper and is distributed in the United States by United Features Syndicate.
United Media is syndicating a weekly column by retired hockey legend Wayne Gretzky that started in Canada's The National Post this September.
Chicot said his association E-mailed a message of how it was honoring Gretzky to the Rangers' office.
The North American National Hockey League's all-time leading scorer Wayne Gretzky announced his retirement after two decades on the ice, walking away from the game despite pleas from friends and family not to go.