Contact



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You can reach me by email at – nate@waynegretzky.org


7 thoughts on “Contact

  1. In the late 80’s after you were traded to LA , I was an LAPD officer and used to see you practive in Van Nuys. The head of security was a retired LAPD Officer. I was introduced to you by him and you presented me with a signed game stick. I still have it today and proudly display it in my home. Unfortunately, very few of my friends believe my story that you actually signed a game stick for me . You signed a differnet stick,, a goalie stick which I donated to charity. I realize how many sticks you must have presented over the course of your career. I am hoping you remember the LAPD officer that watch the Kings practice and could hopefully rememebr the signing of the game stick.
    Thank you for taking the time to read my email
    John Brandt
    Monument, Colorado
    Retired LAPD

    • Hello MR. Brandt,

      Thank you very much for taking your time out to reach me but I want to be clear that this is NOT Wayne Gretzky’s personal website or otherwise. I am simply a fan running a Wayne Gretzky/NHL blog website. That being said I would love to post this to the blog and maybe perhaps it would be seen by Wayne Gretzky himself. Again I do truly appreciate the email.

      Thanks,
      Nathan

  2. So sad that the greatest hockey player and a fine person has agreed to be a pawn for Stephen Harper, a man who will be recorded in the still short history of Canada as its worst and most destructive prime minister.

    Wayne should have more respect for his person and legacy.

    But maybe, like Beliveau, he wants to be appointed o the Senate?

  3. hello
    i have been a big fan of wayne since i saw him play ice hockey. my name is wayne and is it possible for me to have Mr. Gretzky autograph i am from england

  4. I am writing a book entitled All-In or Nothing, dealing with excellence in sports. May I use Mr Gretzky’s quote in the book as excerpted below:

    Running plays over and over help you and your teammates understand one another and this reputation allows you to be able to predict or anticipate where your teammate will be or what he/she will do in certain situations. Wayne Gretsky, one of the greatest ice hockey players of all time, was the master of anticipation. He said, “I skate to where the puck is going to be, not where it has been.” ³ That is not an intuitive skill, it is only developed through realistic practice at full speed.

    Thank you

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