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eBook Wayne Gretzky: Hockey All-Star (Great Record Breakers in Sports) ePub

by Rob Kirkpatrick

  • ISBN: 0823956318
  • Category: Biographies
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Rob Kirkpatrick
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Powerkids Pr (July 1, 2001)
  • ePub book: 1940 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1940 kb
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Wayne Gretzky: Hockey All-Star (Great Record Breakers in Sports)

Wayne Gretzky: Hockey All-Star (Great Record Breakers in Sports). 0823956318 (ISBN13: 9780823956319). ROB KIRKPATRICK is the author of 1969: The Year Everything Changed (Skyhorse Publishing), Magic in the Night: The Words and Music of Bruce Springsteen (St. Martin’s Griffin) and Cecil Travis of the Washington Senators: The War-Torn History of an All-Star Shortstop (Bison Books/University of Nebraska Press).

1982-83 OPC 1 oilers wayne gretzky record breaker ex-mt card (inv.1980-81 O-PEE-CHEE RECORD BREAKER WAYNE GRETZKY Vintage Hockey Card 3 Oilers.

The Edmonton Oilers traded Wayne Gretzky, the centerpiece of a dynasty that had just won the Stanley Cup for the . In honor of the 23rd anniversary of the trade that stunned hockey, here's a look at 23 of those records that figure to be all but unbreakable.

Gretzky had already shredded numerous NHL scoring marks, including goals and points in a season, while helping the Oilers pile up goals in a way the League had never seen. Most career points: 2,857 Consider this: The last player to have more than 140 points in one season was Mario Lemieux, who put up 160 in 1995-96.

This is a list of career achievements by Wayne Gretzky in the National Hockey League (NHL). These records include 40 regular season, 15 playoff and 6 All-Star records. Gretzky set records in both regular season and post-season play, holding the record for most career regular season goals (894), assists (1,963), points (2,857) and hat-tricks (50).

Gretzky’s record-setting goal tied the game; in overtime he scored another .

Gretzky’s record-setting goal tied the game; in overtime he scored another, and the Kings won 5-4. Gretzky had entered the game with 1,849 points. About five minutes into the first period, he tied Howe’s record by earning an assist on the game’s first goal. Gretzky had played in Edmonton for nine seasons and helped the team win four Stanley Cups, so the city’s Northland Coliseum was packed with fans. When he scored his goal, the sellout crowd erupted into a thunderous ovation that lasted for more than two minutes. The warrior Victorio, one of the greatest Apache military strategists of all time, dies on October 15, 1880, in the Tres Castillos Mountains south of El Paso, Texas.

Including a SPEEDFLEX helmet signed by record breakin TE George Kittle! -Calvin Johnson -John Elway -George Kittle -Ladanian Tomlinson -Carson Wentz -Marshawn Lynch -Eli Manning -Ezekiel E. Elliot -Mitchell Trubisky -Kirk Cousins.

In all, Gretzky managed to score 100 or more points in 13 straight seasons .

In all, Gretzky managed to score 100 or more points in 13 straight seasons, something that will likely never happen again, considering that in just the last five years alone, only three players have had 100 point seasons, none of whom were able to do so consecutively. In hockey, it usually takes great players close to 1,000 games to reach the 1,000 point mark, but there are exceptions where certain players are able to do it in far less time. Wayne Gretzky was able to reach the 1,000 point mark in only 424 games, which to this day is still the quickest any player has ever reached the milestone.

Presents the life and record-setting career of the hockey player known as "the Great One."