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Wayne Gretzky is optimistic the NHL will be able to resume at some point this summer.
The Showcase celebrity golf event, which raises money to fight cancer in the Inland Northwest, won’t take place this next summer due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Alex Ovechkin is two goals shy of joining Wayne Gretzky, Gordie Howe, Jaromir Jagr, Brett Hull, Marcel Dionne, Phil Esposito and Mike Gartner as the only players in NHL history to score 700 goals in their NHL careers.
Growing up in Brantford, Ontario, Wayne Gretzky always heard his father, Walter, wax poetic about Bill Barilko’s 1951 Stanley Cup-winning goal for the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Wayne Gretzky will make a rare return to the ice Saturday to play alongside other former Edmonton Oilers greats against Winnipeg Jets alumni as part of the Heritage Classic weekend.
Former NHL player Wayne Gretzky returned to the Edmonton Oilers. The Great One was named partner and vice chairman of Oilers Entertainment Group.
Gordie Howe’s casket was guided down a hallway, flanked by some of the biggest names in sports: Wayne Gretzky, Scotty Bowman and Al Kaline.
Temperatures throughout the area were in the mid-80s to low-90s across the region once again, but Frontier Ice Arena in Coeur d’Alene helped cool off those who gathered to support Hockey Fest 2015 at its signature event on Friday. The arena was the site of a charity all-star game featuring some of the biggest names in the history of hockey, current and former NHL players and favorites from the Spokane Chiefs.
Frontier Ice Arena was the site of a charity all-star game Friday featuring some of the biggest names in the history of hockey, current and former NHL players and favorites from the Spokane Chiefs.
Spokane’s own Tyler Johnson heads to Las Vegas on Sunday where he will find out Tuesday if he’s the NHL rookie of the year. Before heading to Vegas, though, the Tampa Bay Lightning’s Johnson stopped by Coeur d’Alene to help promote a kid-friendly exhibition that will bring professional hockey to the Lake City as part of a fundraiser for youth hockey.
Spokane’s own Tyler Johnson heads to Las Vegas on Sunday where he will find out Tuesday if he’s the NHL rookie of the year.
It started almost two decades ago with a $20 hockey stick once wielded by a forgotten player for a string of mediocre teams. It ends at the auction block this week when millions of dollars are likely to change hands. This may be the world’s largest game-worn collection of memorabilia from the world’s best player from the sport’s last dynasty. Shawn Chaulk of Fort McMurray, Alberta, owns a hoard of everything Wayne Gretzky. Chaulk’s basement is a forest of game-used Gretzky hockey sticks, a dressing room of game-worn Gretzky jerseys and a trainer’s bag full of assorted pucks, gloves, helmets and skates – all touched, used and sweated in by the Great One himself. The online auction begins today through Montreal’s Classic Auctions. Hundreds of items on sale. – Associated Press