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Das Beste vom größten Eishockeyspieler aller Zeiten auf 4 DVDs.
This is it - the ULTIMATE retrospective on the legendary career of The Great One, Wayne Gretzky. In this four DVD set (three discs are double-sided), you get over eleven hours of coverage from throughout his career, including all the biggest moments, rare archival footage, and complete game broadcasts you won't believe still exist! The collection includes:
"The Great One's Greatest Moments" (2003) - a two-hour documentary chronicling the life and times of Wayne Gretzky. With rare archival photography and film, you'll see it all - from his youth in Brantford and Toronto, to his Junior days with the Soo Greyhounds, to his first professional games with the Indianapolis Racers of the WHA, to his signing with the Edmonton Oilers, his trade to the Los Angeles Kings, his brief tenure with the St. Louis Blues, his move to the New York Rangers, his greatness at international tournaments, and his post-retirement endeavors as part of the Phoenix Coyotes and as the head of Team Canada, it's all here! Narrated by Kiefer Sutherland, interviewed by John Davidson.
Bonus Features - Over 75 minutes worth, including: an interview with Walter Gretzky; Scenes from his wedding to Janet Jones; Clips from his last game in Toronto, his last game in Canada (at Ottawa), and his last game in the NHL (at Madison Square Garden); on-ice ceremonies honoring Wayne in Edmonton and Los Angeles; Wayne escorting Queen Elizabeth II to center ice in Vancouver (October 2002)
Philadelphia Flyers at Edmonton Oilers, Northlands Coliseum, December 30, 1981 - Complete Original Broadcast (minus commercials & intermissions) - Wayne Gretzky scores 5 goals to complete the record-shattering achievement of 50 goals in 39 games. We're not sure who's calling the play-by-play or what TV network the broadcast is from, but the color commentator is none other than Don Cherry!
1983 NHL All-Star Game, Nassau Coliseum, February 8, 1983 - Complete Orignal Broadcast (minus commercials & intermissions) - Wayne comes alive with four third-period goals to earn his first All-Star Game MVP award.
1984 Stanley Cup Finals Game 5, New York Islanders at Edmonton Oilers, Northlands Coliseum, May 19, 1984 - Complete Original Broadcast (minus commercials & intermissions) - Gretzky & company taste sweet revenge against the Islanders, completing a 4-1 series victory and skating with the Stanley Cup for the first time ever.
1993 Western Conference Finals Game 7, Los Angeles Kings at Toronto Maple Leafs, Maple Leaf Gardens, May 29, 1993 - Complete Original Broadcast (minus commercials & intermissions) - Wayne's hat trick does the trick as the Kings upset the Leafs in Toronto to move on to the Stanley Cup Finals.
Vancouver Canucks at Los Angeles Kings, Great Western Forum, March 23, 1994 - Complete Original Broadcast (minus commercials & intermissions) - Wayne passes Gordie Howe on the all-time scoring list by recording his 802nd career goal.
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