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: Penguins' Kris Letang brings Stanley Cup to kids in Montreal hospital Flashback: Moments from the early years of the Tour de France How this golf whisperer improves your game by battling 'the voices' Newgarden on placing ahead of Hinchcliffe at Toronto Indy Eighth Wimbledon title beyond Federer's 'wildest dreams' Protesters at U.S. Women's Open say dump Trump Whiz around the Honda Indy Toronto course in a pace car Federer wins his eighth Wimbledon title Will Power says it’s ‘no problem’ if it rains at Honda Indy Thousands turn out for Toronto Mayweather, McGregor promo event Michelle Obama celebrates athletes at ESPYS Sidney Crosby opens up about his concussions Take a ride with NASCAR driver DJ Kennington Canadian basketball team welcomed home after World Cup win Jays pitcher Osuna says all-star game selection was a surprise Andre De Grasse ‘shocked’ that so many people want his autograph ‘I want to win here’: McDavid signs eight-year deal with Oilers New commissioner says there is ‘room’ for CFL in Toronto Female wrestler says male-dominated sport demands a thick skin Venus Williams at fault in fatal car crash: police Comments Share via email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on LinkedIn Print More Related to this Story 99 turns 50 Cherry sings Happy Birthday to No.99 'The Kid Next Door'