Wayne Gretzky isn't dead. Not yet anyhow and hopefully not for a while
For a while he didn't have to, but then the NHL required the use of a helmet.
Wayne Gretzky won a total of 10 Art Ross Trophies. He won seven consecutive scoring titles from 1980-81 to 1986-87 with the Edmonton Oilers, then three Trophies while playing for the Los Angeles Kings: 1989-90, 1990-91, and 1993-94.
he studied Ghandi while he was in college.
When people refer to "Wayne" in connection with hockey, they are invariably talking about "Wayne Gretzky" aka "The Great One". Gretzky holds just about every scoring record in the NHL which he earned playing for the Edmonton Oilers (there is a statue of him in front of the arena in Edmonton), LA Kings and NY Rangers. He now owns the Phoenix Coyotes and also managed Team Canada to a gold medal (the first in 50 years) in the 2002 Winter Olympics. He also has a small stint with the St Louis Blues. His scoring records will likely never be touched. While players today struggle to get 50 goals and 100 points in a season. The "great-one" would have that many in a half a season. Wayne Gretzky! How could you not know that !?
because he broke many records and is an outstanding hockey player. he ate 8 hotdogs while playing in a minor league hockey game, but he never panned out as a player
while on the l.a kings he wore his 99 number, before that he wore his 99 while playing for the Edmonton oilers in Canada. his first number was 11, when he was 10. after that his professional number has been 99.
Depends on your degree. Prior to college, almost always none; but you might have to take a few Economics courses while in college.
Houdini did not even complete school he taught himself for while so college was doubtful.
Obama studied international law, ecnomics, and social issues while attending college. Obama studied international law, ecnomics, and social issues while attending college.
Yes, Gretzky was very skinny, but had long arms. For that reason, as a kid he would go one size up in jerseys, to fit in the arms, and then tuck the jersey in on his left hand side, to keep it out of the way while he stickhandled. The habit carried over to professional hockey, where he did it in all but one WHA all star game. In that game, Gretzky was pulled aside by his idol, Gordie Howe, and Gordie made an impromptu hem on the side of the jersey for Gretzky so it was out of his way.
because i belive it gives you more knowledge while studing
While this is very subjective, I would have to say Sidney Crosby and/or Alex Ovechkin. And although he has been retired for a number of years, Wayne Gretzky continues to be one of the most recognizable players in the sport.
Wayne attended the University of Southern California on a football scholarship beginning in 1925. He later lost the scholarship due to an accident (while surfing, if you can believe it) that ended his football career. Without a funding source, Wayne had to drop out.
I don't think she actually went to college but she did receive an award or doctrine or something like that from a prestigious music school.
University's offer four your diplomas while and institute is created only to teach you a trade or skill. The difference between a college and a university is that a college does not offer many majors or areas of study while a university attempts to offer programs in most areas of study.
Watt Key did NOT study writing in college. In fact, he only took the one required English class and wrote as a hobby. He double-majored in Computer Science and Finance and then went on to get an MBA.
S.E. Hinton wrote books in college while studying to be a teacher. She had several award winning books such as, The Outsiders.
In order to become more well rounded. Everything you study can be applied to life, both career, and personal.
Some colleges and universities offer job placement services for those students about to graduate. While in school, there is always the possibility of being a work study student. Typically, you can work 20 hours per week while school is in session.
Gretzky first wore 99 while playing for the Soo Greyhounds in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario When Muzz MacPherson became coach of the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds of Canada's Ontario Hockey Assn., there wasn't even a ripple outside of Ontario. Yet with one simple suggestion, MacPherson carved his niche in hockey history. Only 16 when he joined the Greyhounds for the 1977-78 season, Gretzky wanted to wear the number of his hero, Gordie Howe, but No. 9 was taken. He tried Nos. 19 and 14 but wasn't happy. MacPherson, as described in the book "Gretzky" by Walter Gretzky and Jim Taylor, had a suggestion for the teenager: "If you can't have one 9, how about two? Wear 99." Marked man: "Guys see that and they'll be running at me," Gretzky told MacPherson when the coach suggested the unorthodox 99. "Wayne," MacPherson replied, "they are going to be running at you anyway."
The first step is to enter college to study Journalism. While in college you must get a internship and start networking right away. After college is done hopefully you will have networked and will have a nice starting job ready to go as a journalist.