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Former player and current Detroit Red Wings of the World Hockey Association of the NHL as Gordie played right wing with his two sons at age 51.
Other features include famous Gretzky quotes and a look at his arrival in the World Hockey Association in 1978-79 and features on Gretzky photos, the best Gretzky cards beyond the iconic '79-80 issues and more.
We could continue playing," said Sheehy, who signed with the New England Whalers of the World Hockey Association in May of 1972 and played in the Boston Garden.
Some players have talked about joining a revived World Hockey Association, which operated during the 1970s.
That Seals it ICE HOCKEY: Double Stanley Cup winner Jim Paek will not be returning to Nottingham Panthers after agreeing to become head coach of Orlando Seals for the inaugural World Hockey Association 2 campaign.
But as the league kept adding teams through expansion and absorption of the old World Hockey Association, a static two-division arrangement simply wouldn't do, so the concept of conferences was born.
The steady blueliner also suited up in the NHL for the Cleveland Barons and the California Golden Seals, and ended his playing career with the Edmonton Oilers of the World Hockey Association.
He also has the distinction of being the first player to sign a contract with a team in the former World Hockey Association.