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Gretzky, Wayne
Los Angeles Kings

On March 23, 1994, Los Angeles King WAYNE GRETZKY beat Kirk McLean of the Vancouver Canucks to score his 802nd career goal, pushing him one goal past his idol, Gordie Howe, as the greatest goal scorer of all time. That historic point was but one of the 130 earned by GRETZKY in 1993-94 on his way to win the ART ROSS TROPHY. WAYNE GRETZKY scored 38 goals and 92 assists, with Detroit's Sergei Fedorov ten points behind in second place. GRETZKY won the coveted ART ROSS TROPHY for an unprecedented tenth time this season, reclaiming the trophy after Mario Lemieux had won it back-to-back the previous two seasons. To put "The Great One's" accomplishments into perspective, WAYNE won the scoring championship ten times, was runner up three times, and finished in the top ten twice more during his phenomenal career. The Brantford, Ontario earned more accolades in 1993-94. He was named to the Second All-Star team and won the Lady Byng Trophy for being the NHL's most gentlemanly player in addition to the ART ROSS TROPHY.

Gretzky, Wayne