Gretzky's enduring impact on hockey Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2011 12:45PM EST Last updated Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2011 3:57PM EST Don Cherry and Hayley Wickenheiser reminisce about Wayne Gretzky on his 50th birthday. Hockey writer Chris Johnston looks at the huge impact No. 99 has had on hockey, the NHL and Canada in general. Watch More Video: Pan Am archers teach a Globe reporter how to shoot an arrow like Katniss (sort of) Foil, épée, sabre: A look at the high-tech blades, shoes and clothes that elite fencers use Think table tennis is easy? The Globe gets schooled in this rapid-fire sport Get a dynamic core workout with some tips from a Pan Am fencer Develop speed and agility by working out like a table tennis player Not your average game of ping pong: What it takes to be an elite table tennis umpire 'It's a mind game:' Why fencing is one of the most challenging Pan Am sports A Pan Am archer takes us through his workout for a strong, stable core Penguins a 'good fit' for Phil Kessel, says Leafs president New Oiler Connor McDavid happy to keep his No. 97 Connor McDavid hits the ice with Oilers Paddler Mark Oldershaw to carry Canadian flag at Pan Am Games Olympic gold medallist using Twitter to name baby Some of the best action shots from the Women's World Cup Harper calls Quebec City the best place for NHL expansion Fun isn't the goal for Canadian Women's World Cup coach Montreal's Carey Price the big winner at NHL awards Canadian Olympic Committee releases video promoting LGBTQ inclusion in sport CFL commissioner defends league's drug testing policy Team Canada GM on choosing coaches for the 2016 World Cup Comments AA More Related to this Story 99 turns 50 Cherry sings Happy Birthday to No.99 'The Kid Next Door'