Wayne Gretzky is undisputedly the greatest hockey player of all time. Now entering his sixth season as managing partner and alternate governor, and his first season as head coach of the Phoenix Coyotes, Gretzky continues to challenge himself as one of the NHL’s elite teams moves forward.
Motivation & Inspiration
Teamwork & Leadership
Unlike Any Player in Hockey History
During his 20-season career Wayne Gretzky helped win four Stanley Cup Championships and three Canada Cup tournament titles during his illustrious career. He became the NHL’s all-time leading goal, assist and point producer for both regular season and playoffs. Wayne won 10 Art Ross Trophies as the NHL’s leading scorer, nine Hart Trophies as the League’s MVP and two Conn Smythe Trophies as playoff MVP. He earned five Lady Byng Trophies as the NHL’s most gentlemanly player and made 18 consecutive All-Star Game appearances, securing three All-Star MVP Awards. He holds virtually every offensive record in the NHL and his tireless support of the game has contributed significantly to the popularity it enjoys today.
Wayne Gretzky played on four different NHL teams over a 20 year period: The Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, St. Louis Blues, and New York Rangers. In 2000, Wayne became Alternate Governor and Managing Partner of the Phoenix Coyotes NHL team. In August 2005, following the conclusion of the 2004-05 NHL lockout, Wayne agreed to become the new coach of the Phoenix Coyotes.