The greatest player to ever lace up a pair of skates and use a hockey stick will be unveiling a new book on the sports history, which will be published this fall.
Coincidently, the book will be published in the sports 99th year, which coincides with the great one’s number.
Wayne Gretzky is the NHL’s all-time leader in points and he played in the league from 1978-1999.
His number 99 was retired back in 1999 and he was instantly inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
He won four Stanley Cup championships with the Edmonton Oilers in the 1980’s and he also managed to take the L.A. Kings to the final when they ousted the Toronto Maple Leafs back in 1993, but they would go onto lose to the Montreal Canadiens in five games, which is the last time a Canadian team won the cup.
Gretzky has managed to land a deal with publisher G.P. Putnam’s Sons and he still has yet to find a title for the book.