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Wayne Gretzky was acknowledged as one of the all time great hockey players by nearly everyone when he broke several of Gordie Howe's records. He became the all time leading scorer with his 802nd goal, and likewise the all time point-getter when he got his 1852nd point. Wayne was born and raised in Ontario, Canada, and his father built a backyard ice rink when Wayne was six years old. He practiced daily for hours, with his dad teaching him the skills of skating, shooting, and stickhandling. Even at the age of six, Wayne was playing on a team of ten year olds, far beyond the typical skill range of a six year old. Twelve months he got 378 aims on a peewee team, and earned the nickname "The White Tornado" because of his talents and his white your gloves. Wayne gone after Toronto at the age of fourteen to have more opportunities in hockey, and at 16 played in the World Junior Championship.
He was thought too small and slight to even make the Canadian team, but here, he was named top center and was the leader in scoring for the complete competition. Wayne knew that he sought to play professional hockey, but at 17 was too young for the least NHL draft age of 20, so he signed a contract with the Indianapolis Racers. That hockey team had financial troubles, and so Gretzky was moved to the Edmonton Oilers, where he became universally noticed. In his first year at Edmonton he attracted a lot of notice, but only won one hockey trophy that year, the Hart Trophy. The next year, 1980, began Wayne's march to claim many of the hockey statistics as his own. He won his first scoring title, and made a new assists record of 109, to excel Bobby Orr. The next year, he went past Phil Esposito's record of 76 ambitions in one season, which many individuals had thought would stand forever. Gretzky scored 92 aims in one season, which many people now deem as simply impossible to break. He also registered 212 points in a season, and he is the only player to ever have done that. He is the only hockey player to break 200 points in a season, and he repeated that feat for four seasons. Gretzky had a few signature moves. He was known for not using a man skating ahead of him, but instead using the trailing man on rushes. When the team had a penalty, Gretzky did not ice the puck in a defensive role, but rather tried to surprise the other team by scoring shorthanded. He would also skate past the blue line and then curl, where he would wait for a defensemen to join him and create a genuine scoring prospect. After playing with several teams, Wayne Gretzky ended his professional hockey career with the New York Rangers in the 1998-1999 season. The National Hockey League retired his number 99, a fitting tribute to an extraordinary player.
Its funny to see the airplanes copying the birds, lol! Watching birds fly south this week from Vermont made me choose "birds" in this fly-around angel quest. I often see them. I often see them. This lens is absolutely amazing. Fascinating subject and wonderfully presented. Squid-liked and Angel blessed. Well presented info with beautiful design. I like it a lot. This is one of the most interesting lenses I've read. I totally loved it. It's so well constructed and informative. If I were a Squid Angel, I'd bless it. Really a beautiful lens, so complete and rich of interesting aspects! I really love animals - therefore birds too - and I loved to read about them. I'm not a birder, but love this. It answered some of my questions. Seeing those sandhill cranes reminds me of my newlywed days when my husband butchered our rabbits (not pets) and our friends had thought they were pets.
We didn't know a sandhill crane from a buttercup, but we'd heard the name, so we told our friends the meat they ate at our dinner table was sandhill cranes we had bought at the Public Market! I see them I'd never had suggested eating them. This is a beautiful lens. An amazing lense, I truly enjoyed reading it. We live under the Atlantic Flyway, and soon the birds will gather and start to fly over on their way south for the winter. The geese land nearby at the marsh, and you really hear them when they start to decend, we love them! I had no idea the v shape flight was so technical. It's all too much for my birdbrain to comprehend. Love the photos and videos. The birds will be heading south soon. There's a lot to learn from the geese I guess! Wonder who taught them aerodynamics! Bird's good teamwork. Something we need to learn from them.