‘The Great One,’ Wayne Gretzky will replace John Tortorella as the head coach of the Metropolitan division at All-Star Weekend.
Tortorella could not make it this weekend, due to family reasons.
— theScore NHL (@theScoreNHL) January 28, 2017
Gretzky coached four seasons in the NHL, amassing a 143-161-24 record. Before his coaching stint with the Phoenix Coyotes, he played 1487 games with the Oilers, Kings, Blues and Rangers.
Currently he is the owner of many records in the NHL, including goals (1072), assists (1963) and points (2857).
Wayne Gretzky, ‘The Great One’ is considered to be the greatest to ever play the game.