The Oilers will host a 30 year reunion bash for their 1984 Stanley Cup winning squad this fall featuring alumni such as Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier and Jari Kurri.
The New York Post says Wayne Gretzky has joined a group of investors aiming to bring an NHL franchise to Seattle, the paper reported on Friday evening.
There are rumors circulating that former NHL superstar Wayne Gretzky will join the Washington Capitals as club president.
There is reportedly a "very big chance" that Wayne Gretzky will join Maple Leafs Sports & Entertainment as a top executive.
Wayne Gretzky has reportedly talked to Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment about the possibility of joining the franchise in an executive capacity.
In addition to Mark Messier, Wayne Gretzky is allegedly interested in coaching the Rangers next season.
Wayne Gretzky has been content to watch the NHL from the outside and is not thinking about a coaching or an executive job in the near future.
Wayne Gretzky and Oilers owner Daryl Katz were both in Seattle on Monday, leading to erroneous rumors that Gretzky might rejoin the Oilers' organization.
If there's a lockout, Wayne Gretzky doesn't think it'll last as long as the last one.
Wayne Gretzky surfaced in the Seattle area the other day, reportedly talking to officials of the West Coast city about what it might take to get an NHL team located there.
Wayne Gretzky has been impressed by the performance of the Los Angeles Kings.
Vice President of NHL Central Scouting Bureau, Edward John "EJ" McGuire has passed away at the age of 58.
Wayne Gretzky turned 50 on Wednesday.
Wayne Gretzky predicted Canada would win Olympic gold over the Russians.