Long-haired legend: Gretzky's old hockey card resurfaces | CBC News
Sporting a flowing mullet and uneasy smile, the vintage Wayne Gretzky hockey card is so rare it barely made it off the printing press. And despite the hockey legend’s best efforts to keep the 1981-82 season cards out of collectors' hands, some sticky fingers have made sure the image of that misguided mane lives on forever.
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Wayne Gretzky and a bearded Paul Coffey hoist the Stanley Cup on May 19, 1984. It was the first Stanley Cup championship for the Edmonton Oilers. Photo by Mike Pinder, Edmonton Journal
Wayne Gretzky St. Louis Blues NHL Hockey Action Poster - Starline 1996
Bring your wall alive with a true Wayne Gretzky rarity! The Great One's tour of duty in St. Louis lasted only 18 games, plus a handful of post-season games in an ultimately unsuccessful playoff run. In the summer of 1996, after being courted by Vancouver and Toronto, Gretzky settled on the New York Rangers as the team he would join to continue, if not close out, his career. Nonetheless, the Starline poster company was on the scene, and quickly produced this awesome Gretzky Blues Action…
Just finished up a custom order for one of my loyal customers from Canada's other island province, Newfoundland. A fun to do mix of his favorite team, Detroit, along with some goalies, some hockey...
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Wayne Gretzky St. Louis Blues 8x10 Photo | BestSportsPhotos.com
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"In these photos the world's fastest game stand still," Ron MacLean once said. With that in mind I present to you a personal listing of what I consider to be the greatest photos of all time: Greatest Photos In Hockey History #1 - Henderson Has Scored For Canada Almost any Canadian who is old enough can tell you exactly what he or she was doing on September 28, 1972, when Paul Henderson scored the 6-5 goal at 19:26 of the final period of the final of the 1972 Summit Series. For a second, our…
This Day In Sports: Gordie Howe Puts His NHL Skates On Ice
Bruce Bennett Studios/Getty Images "Smile now, Wayne. You're not going to like it when you see what Cameron Frye is wearing."April 6, 1980: At the tender age of 52 years young, Gordie Howe skates his last regular-season shift in the NHL.