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How Wayne Gretzky Changed The World

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on 23 May 2014

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How Wayne Gretzky Changed The World
Wayne Gretzky
Wayne Gretzky is the most famous hockey player in the world. He has done many amazing things in the world of hockey. He is #99.
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What Wayne Gretzky Does Now
Now Wayne Gretzky has five children named Paulina, Ty, Trevor, Tristina, and Emma. He is always on TV and he owns a restaurant named "Wayne Gretzky's". He lives in Toronto and has a foundation for kids who can't afford hockey so they can play. His number 99 is retired to the whole NHL.
How He Changed The World
Wayne Gretzky has changed the world in many ways. He scored 894 goals and so many assists. His 25 records will probably never be broken. He is the most amazing hockey player in history. He even has more records than anyone else in sports history.
Wayne Gretzky has a lot of quotes,but here are two."You miss 100% of the shots you don't take." and,"I skate where the puck is going to be,not where it is.".
As A Baby
Wayne Gretzky was born in Bantford,Ontario Canada. His parents names were Walter and Phyllis Gretzky.
As A Kid
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Wayne Gretzky was an amazing hockey player even when he was a kid. He played in leagues above his age but, parents were jealous and they wanted their kids to play more.
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