7 edition of Gretzky found in the catalog.
Written in English
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About this Item: Gretzky, Walter and Jim Taylor., pub. by McClelland & Stewart, , c, 1st Edition, red cloth (hard cover), vg+ with slightly chipped & price-clipped dj (minor tears, tiny piece missing), pp, B&W photographic illus., tall 8vo, "From . The publicity blurb for Wayne Gretzky’s new book, Stories of the Game, posits that the single most dominant athlete in North American sports is “arguably” the best hockey player of all time.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Gretzky: An Autobiography by Wayne Gretzky; 11 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Biography, Hockey players, National Hockey League; Places: Canada; People: Wayne Gretzky (). Wayne Gretzky Bio Every superlative has been used, many strung together, to describe the otherwordly talent of Wayne Gretzky, who commonly is Born:
Wayne Gretzky is a hero to many in Canada. The NHL hockey star has 60 league records, which still stand, 18 years after his retirement. He spent 20 seasons on the ice between and This is a used soft cover book titled "American Major Sports" from JAPAN, with Michael Jordan from the Chicago Bulls, Wayne Gretzky from the New York Rangers, Sammy Sosa from the Chicago Cubs and John Elway from the Denver Broncos on Seller Rating: % positive.
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What I enjoyed the most about this book was the character of Wayne Gretzky. I think that he is very diplomatic and has an inborn sense of fairness and his story of betrayal and how he acknowledged the good things he acquired from the person shows his true character/5(14).
Gretzky was an amazing book that described Gretzky's hockey life from the time he was a little kid to his Gretzky book from Edmonton to Los Angelos. The books begins with describing Wayne's parents and saying that he started skating early than most kids/5. What I enjoyed the most about this book was the character of Wayne Gretzky.
I think that he is very diplomatic and has an inborn sense of fairness and his story of betrayal and how he acknowledged the good things he acquired from the person shows his true character/5(22).
Wayne Gretzky has 19 books on Goodreads with ratings. Wayne Gretzky’s most popular book is Playing With Fire. Gretzky wrote the book with Day (co-author, with Marty McSorley: Hellbent: An Autobiography,etc.)—who has also co-authored books by hockey players Gretzky book Fleury and Ron MacLean—and while the voice and admiration for the sport are inevitably Gretzky book, the readable narrative is largely due to her.3/5(1).
This is a wonderful book because it celebrates Gretzky's love and reverence for the game by examining the 99 year history of the NHL through the eyes of its greatest player.
The stories of the players that made hockey such a wonderful sport through the early years are interspersed with Gretzky's stories of how those players impacted his /5(). NHL Insider Wayne Gretzky talks sticks in new book In excerpt from ' Stories of the Game,' NHL all-time scoring leader discusses evolution of equipment, greatness of Howie Morenz.
Wayne Gretzky, Los Angeles, CA.likes talking about this. Wayne holds or shares 61 NHL records: 40 for the regular season, 15 for the Followers: K. After breaking or tying more than sixty records in hockey, it's no wonder that Wayne Gretzky is known as "The Great One." Born in Brantford, Ontario, on Januin a nation obsessed with the sport, he threw himself into the game practically from the time he first laced up a pair of skates.5/5(3).
Wayne Gretzky, in full Wayne Douglas Gretzky, byname the Great One, (born JanuBrantford, Ontario, Canada), Canadian ice-hockey player who was considered by many to be the greatest player in the history of the National Hockey League (NHL).
Gretzky began skating at age two and a half and was first taught hockey by his father. By age 6 he was playing as an all-star. This is a list of career achievements by Wayne Gretzky in the National Hockey League (NHL).
Upon his retirement on 18 AprilGretzky held or shared 61 NHL records. 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 ().
Wayne Gretzky holds or shares 61 National Hockey League records: 40 for the regular season, 15 for the Stanley Cup playoffs, and six for the NHL All-Star Game. Here's a summary of what is almost certainly the most amazing career record in the history of sports: The Great One, as Gretzky is known, is the leading scorer in NHL : Jamie Fitzpatrick.
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Wayne Gretzky, on the role hard work played in his success. At six years old, an already-impressive Gretzky joined a league filled with players four years his senior. He scored only one goal in his first season, but improved dramatically over the course of his minor league career and finished it off with an incredible goal season.
“The Great One” weaves memories of his legendary career with an inside look at the sport of professional hockey, and the heroes and stories that inspired him. From minor-hockey phenomenon to Hall of Fame sensation, Wayne Gretzky rewrote the record books, his accomplishments becoming the stuff of legend.
Dubbed “The Great One,” he is considered by Reviews: 1. It's hardly a rarity that a piece of hockey history revolves around The Great One.
Many favourite moments have Wayne Gretzky at their centre. The latest is a book, written by the hockey legend. A product of Brantford, Ontario, Wayne Gretzky was born in Janu By the age of 2, his father had Wayne on skates and by 5 he was a local attraction. The making of a superstar was born.
Wayne Gretzky was playing and excelling in the. Gretzky: An Autobiography Hardcover – Jan. 1 by Rick Gretzky, Wayne;Reilly (Author) out of 5 stars 17 ratings. See all 9 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from /5(17).
Gretzky turned pro at 16, landed in the NHL--his third pro league--at 17, and thereafter let his stick do most of the talking. In the book, he does criticize the occasional coach, but rarely other Author: CHRIS GOODRICH.Gretzky, Wayne Great by Glen Gretzky (Book) 2 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide A story of teamwork with a positive message, featuring Wayne Gretzky and his dad Coach Wally.This is not your typical Wayne Gretzky interview.
This is Life Out Loud, a new series from The Players’ Tribune, where athletes go deep into their vaults to share memories of long forgotten moments from their lives. Listen as The Great One narrates the story of his life through photos inspired by his new book Stories of the Game.