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Vintage CCM Wayne Gretzky 99 Edmonton Oilers Hockey Jersey Size Large

Vintage CCM Wayne Gretzky 99 Edmonton Oilers Hockey Jersey Size Large
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Wayne Gretzky Rangers third jersey

Wayne Gretzky Rangers third jersey
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Wayne Gretzky LA Kings jersey CCM 1995

Wayne Gretzky LA Kings jersey CCM 1995
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Wayne Gretzky 99 Edmonton Oilers Jersey CCM Heroes Of Hockey Youth XL

Wayne Gretzky 99 Edmonton Oilers Jersey CCM Heroes Of Hockey Youth XL
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Vintage CCM Maska Wayne Gretzky 99 Los Angeles Kings Hockey Jersey Size Large

Vintage CCM Maska Wayne Gretzky 99 Los Angeles Kings Hockey Jersey Size Large
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100 Authentic Wayne Gretzky LA Kings Mitchell Ness NHL Jersey Size 36 S

100 Authentic Wayne Gretzky LA Kings Mitchell Ness NHL Jersey Size 36 S
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New Wayne Gretzky Los Angeles Kings Rare Mens Large L 50 Stitched Jersey LA

New Wayne Gretzky Los Angeles Kings Rare Mens Large L 50 Stitched Jersey LA
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St Louis Blues Wayne Gretzky Jersey sz XXL

St Louis Blues Wayne Gretzky Jersey sz XXL
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Wayne Gretzky Authentic Center Ice CCM Ultrafil Jersey Fight Strap

Wayne Gretzky Authentic Center Ice CCM Ultrafil Jersey Fight Strap
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NWT Wayne Gretzky Los Angeles Kings Throwback Home Jersey CCM Size Large 50

NWT Wayne Gretzky Los Angeles Kings Throwback Home Jersey CCM Size Large 50
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NWT Wayne Gretzky Edmonton Oilers Throwback Jersey CCM Size 2XL 54

NWT Wayne Gretzky Edmonton Oilers Throwback Jersey CCM Size 2XL 54
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NWT Authentic Wayne Gretzky 92 93 Mitchell  Ness LA KINGS NHL Jersey 52 XXL

NWT Authentic Wayne Gretzky 92 93 Mitchell Ness LA KINGS NHL Jersey 52 XXL
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VINTAGE STARTER NY NEW YORK RANGERS WAYNE GRETZKY 99 NHL HOCKEY JERSEY MENS XL

VINTAGE STARTER NY NEW YORK RANGERS WAYNE GRETZKY 99 NHL HOCKEY JERSEY MENS XL
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WAYNE GRETZKY LOS ANGELES KINGS CCM JERSEY REPLICA

WAYNE GRETZKY LOS ANGELES KINGS CCM JERSEY REPLICA
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New York Rangers Wayne Gretzky Authentic Starter Jersey With Fight Strap

New York Rangers Wayne Gretzky Authentic Starter Jersey With Fight Strap
$145.00

VINTAGE HOCKEY JERSEY WAYNE GRETZKY NEW YORK RANGERS MEDIUM STARTER CCM KOHO

VINTAGE HOCKEY JERSEY WAYNE GRETZKY NEW YORK RANGERS MEDIUM STARTER CCM KOHO
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Though fans of Bobby Orr, Gordie Howe and Rocket Richard might argue the prevailing wisdom in the hockey world is that Wayne Gretzky is the greatest hockey player ever to lace up a pair of skates. Gretzky dominated the game like no other player before or since and if you look at the incredible number of NHL records he holds and just how far ahead he is of the next highest player for many of those marks you can truly appreciate his greatness. With such a legacy it is little wonder that fans still clamor for Wayne Gretzky jerseys a decade after his retirement.

Wayne Gretzky in the WHA

Though "The Great One" enjoyed a lengthy NHL career his professional hockey career did not actually begin there. Instead Gretzky's first professional game came as a member of the Indianapolis Racers of the World Hockey Association. He would play a total of 8 games with that franchise before coming to the Edmonton Oilers in a deal orchestrated by former team owner Peter Pocklington. In 80 games in the WHA in 1978-79 Gretzky put up an impressive 110 points and gave the hockey world a taste of what was to come.

The Oilers and Gretzky Join the NHL

The following season the Oilers, along with the Winnipeg Jets, Hartford Whalers and Quebec Nordiques, joined the NHL as the WHA merged with its once rival league. Gretzky made a seamless transition, scoring 51 goals and totaling 137 in his first year. He tied L.A.'s Marcel Dionne for the league lead in scoring that year, but Dionne got the tie-breaker by virtue of scoring more goals.

Gretzky also lost out on another award in that first year. Because he'd already played a year of professional hockey in the WHA he was ruled ineligible for consideration for the Calder Trophy. Ray Bourque of the Boston Bruins was the beneficiary of the NHL's policy, taking home the hardware that year. Gretzky wasn't completely shut out, however, taking home the Hart Trophy as league MVP that season.

Gretzky Demolishes the NHL Record Book

Gretzky's 137 point season was impressive, but he was just getting started. The following season he smashed Phil Esposito's single season points record of 152, notching 164 in 1980-81

1981-82 brought more records. After Mike Bossy had made hockey history the year previous, becoming the first player since Rocket Richard to score 50 goals in the first 50 games of the season, Gretzky snagged that record too. He scored 5 goals in a game against the Philadelphia Flyers, reaching 50 goals in a staggering 39 games. At that point he was on pace to score over 100 goals, but he cooled off slightly in the second half, finishing with 92, 16 better than the previous record of 76 that had also been held by Phil Esposito. He also finished the year with 212 points, shattering his own record from the previous season by a full 48 points.

Gretzky, playing on a high octane offensive team that included stars like Mark Messier, Glenn Anderson, Jari Kurri and Paul Coffey, continued to pile up points over the next few seasons, breaking the 200 point barrier on three more occasions. In 1985-86 he piled up a whopping 163 assists (more than 2 a game - another NHL record) and set the bar for points slightly higher with 215. It would mark the pinnacle of his career statistically. Several of his teammates would enjoy career years, but ironically that would be one year out of five that the Oilers would not win the Stanley Cup.

Gretzky Leads the Oilers to Four Stanley Cups

With his immense skill and his talented supporting cast it was only a matter of time before Gretzky and the Oilers started winning Stanley Cups. After reaching the finals and losing to Mike Bossy, Bryan Trottier, Denis Potvin and the powerful New York Islanders in 1983, Gretzky and the Oilers made a return engagement in 1984, determined to capture the silver chalice.

This time they would not be denied. Gretzky put up 35 points through the playoffs, and he and his teammates finally got their hands on Lord Stanley's coveted grail, beating the Islanders in 5 games.

The balance of power had clearly shifted in the NHL at that point, with the mighty Islanders fading and Gretzky and the Oilers rising to prominence. The following year Gretzky set an NHL record, scoring 47 points in the post-season as the Oilers cruised to their second straight Stanley Cup, beating the Philadelphia Flyers in 5 games to defend their title.

The following year was a hiccup in the dynasty. Steve Smith committed one of the greatest gaffs in Stanley Cup history when he banked a puck off of the back of Grant Fuhr's leg and into his own net. The Calgary Flames ended up winning that game and eventually the seven game series, making it all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals before bowing out to the Montreal Canadiens.

Gretzky and the Oilers would come back hungrier than ever, and they won the cup the next two years, dispatching the Philadelphia Flyers and the Boston Bruins respectively in the 1987 and 1988 Stanley Cup Finals.

Wayne Gretzky Gets Traded to the Los Angeles Kings

On August 9th, 1988, mere months after the Oilers had hoisted their fourth Stanley Cup the unimaginable happened. Wayne Gretzky was traded, along with Marty McSorley and Mike Krushelnyksi, to the Los Angeles Kings. It was a day that would live in infamy for hockey fans in Edmonton and across North America. For the first time since he'd played for the Indianapolis Racers fans would see their idol don a Wayne Gretzky Jersey without an Oilers logo on the front.

Gretzky, still in the prime of his career, made a huge impact on hockey in Los Angeles. He scored on his first shot in his first game as a King. He went on to record 168 points that year, finishing second in scoring to Mario Lemieux of the Pittsburgh Penguins and capturing the Hart Trophy for the final time in his career. He would help the Kings to a shocking first round upset against the Edmonton Oilers, before he and his team bowed out.

The next few seasons would be memorable for The Great One. Gretzky would break Gordie Howe's career records for both points and goals, and in 1993 would lead the Kings all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals. Along the way he would emerge victorious in a memorable head to head duel against Doug Gilmour and the Toronto Maple Leafs in the semi-finals, setting up a battle for the cup with the Montreal Canadiens. Unfortunately, Gretzky had no more magic that year, and after Marty McSorley's infamous illegal stick penalty the Kings were defeated in 5 games.

That playoff run would mark probably the last great run of Gretzky's remarkable NHL career. He went on to the St. Louis Blues, and eventually joined his old buddy Messier with the New York Rangers before finally calling it a career at the end of the 1998-99 season. His final NHL totals are staggering. With 894 goals, 1,963 assists and 2,857 points Gretzky holds the three major NHL career marks by a healthy margin. To put things into perspective a player today would have to enjoy 18 straight 50 goal seasons to eclipse his goal record, and that is arguably the easiest one to overtake! Odds are good that several of Gretzky's records will stand as long as the NHL does.

Wayne Gretzy's International Career

Not only was Gretzky great in an NHL jersey, he was also a standout every time he pulled on a Team Canada jersey. Gretzky starred for Canada at the World Juniors, the Canada Cup, The World Championships, the World Cup and the Olympic Games. Arguably his greatest moment in international hockey was his game winning assist on Mario Lemieux's last minute goal against the Soviets in the 1987 Canada Cup. That goal gave the Canadian team victory by the narrowest of margins, and was arguably the greatest moment in Canadian hockey history since Paul Henderson's historic game winner in the 1972 Summit Series.

Sadly, Gretzky wouldn't get to add an Olympic medal (as a player) to his bulging trophy case. One of the most poignant pictures in Canadian hockey lore is that of Gretzky sitting alone on the Canadian bench, following the devastating shootout loss to Dominik Hasek and the Czech Republic. In Grezky's eyes was reflected the certain knowledge that he would never get another opportunity to capture gold.

As it turns out he was both right and wrong. While he was well into retirement as a player when the next Olympics came around in 2002, he found himself in a management role with the team and when Joe Sakic and Jarome Iginla took the American team apart in the gold medal game in Salt Lake City, Gretzky, watching proudly from above, was at least as excited as anyone on the ice. With all the great things he had done for the game, it seemed only fitting he finally got his gold medal.