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Countless people all over the world have stories of meeting him. This is mine.
The Great One's old items certainly hold a great value for hockey fans out there.
"The Great One" became the NHL's all-time leading scoring in 1989.
Given the all the recent geopolitical upheaval, I recognize it will take considerable effort for governments, businesses, and civil society to put aside their differences, roll up their sleeves, and work together to achieve the SDGs. But there really isn't a viable alternative.
Coolest. Grandparents. Ever.
The arena saw Edmonton's first Stanley Cup win in 1984.
"You miss 100 per cent of the shots you never take."
Baby Tatum hasn't even turned one and he's already taking after his famous grandfather.
We often associate taking risk and embracing failure as components of being innovative. However, both are components of being innovative and opportunistic. You can be opportunistic and still take risk. You can be opportunistic and still fail. The main difference is your approach.
Maybe we've lost sight of the forest for the trees, letting hockey become an industry. We should remember it's a game, and let kids play and learn through play. Bringing back some freedom into minor hockey, returning a sense of play to the game, will help develop creative skills and, in turn, help us win.
Wayne Gretzky is widely recognized as the greatest hockey player of all time. But his skills at selling his gorgeous California
The nine-month-old looks pretty comfortable with a hockey stick.
It was a big night for "The Great One."
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Ah hockey, Canada's pastime and definitely the predominant religion of Edmontonians. The City Of Champions is still reveling from the high of Canada's gold medal win at the World Juniors, and is always up for some hockey talk. Whether you're watching a game live, at a bar, or getting your own game on, the YEG has plenty of places to play, watch and cheers to our favourite sport.
Most of the news of late has been centred around one particular Gretzky: Paulina, eldest daughter of Wayne and Janet Jones
Thousands of diehard Edmonton Oilers fans packed Rexall Place Friday night to celebrate the homecoming of the 1984 Stanley
I'm 42 now, with two kids. One of them is almost taller than me. Time is running out here. So, Canucks? Just one Cup victory in my lifetime would be great.
Now we know where Paulina Gretzky got her good looks from! On Tuesday night, Janet Gretzky and hubby Wayne Gretzky attended