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Who did the Edmonton Oilers trade Wayne Gretzky for?

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Gretzky, Marty McSorley, and Mike Krushelnyski were traded to Los Angeles for Jimmy Carson, Martin Gelinas, $15 million cash, and the Kings' first round draft picks in 1989, 1991, and 1993.

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On August 9, 1988, in a move that heralded significant change in the NHL, the Oilers traded Gretzky, along with McSorley and Krushelnyski, to the Los Angeles Kings for Jimmy Carson, Martin Gelinas, $15 million in cash, and the Kings' first-round draft picks in 1989 (later traded to the New Jersey Devils-New Jersey selected Jason Miller), 1991 (Martin Ručínský), and 1993 (Nick Stajduhar).

He was being "shopped" to U.S. teams. He brought two of his teammates with him and agreed to make the trade because his former team wanted to move him anyways.

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Fort Edmonton was used to trade goods such as beaver pelts.

was it a fort???? in edmonton....hmm. NO! Actually if you are takling about the amusmant/learning place in Edmonton, then it was "fort edmonton" because of during the Fur trade, and the fort [if you've seen it] was for the people to live in.

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Edmonton is located historically on where Fort Edmonton used to be, which was a trading post back in the 1800's to the early 1900's where men and voyagers could travel along the North Saskatchewan River from afar to trade furs and buy supplies when needed. For Edmonton was one of the major trading posts in Canada, long before it was renamed as Edmonton, Alberta became a province and Edmonton became capital of Alberta.

The high profile T206 Honus Wagner card occasionally come up for auction. When it does, The news of the up coming sale is advertised Internet wide or in trade papers. Recent auctions have seen the card sell in the $200,000. -$400,000. price range. The famous "Gretzky T206 Honus Wagner" baseball card sold for $2.8 million in 2007 but, this price is inflated because of the past owner of the card, Wayne Gretzky. When Wayne Gretzky and Bruce McNall bought the T206 Honus Wagner card in 1991 for $451,000 there were far fewer known examples of the card. At one time there were only three. Now there is an estimated 75-100 cards known.

You can't say for sure there is a 87% chance they will pick him...they could also trade the pick and get no one that round

Be the oilers and trade horcoff,3 1st round picks, and a 2nd round pick

The purpose of Fort Edmonton was to get the natives to get to a trading post that wasn't so far away. Another reason was that the fur trade needed more post so they can beat the NWC.

In real life it would not be a good trade, Wayne is younger and has proven to be one the best for years to come, in a fantasy league its not a bad trade because Moss is more likely get more touchdowns in a season.

I've seen these sell on eBay before and it was nowhere near the price that the previos poster gave you. I've seen them sell for between $10-$30. I don't know where the previous price came from but seeing as his rookie card isn't even worth the previous price listed, why would a flashback reprint be worth more?Wayne Gretzky Flashback Rookie Cardim pretty sure their worth 2500$ to 5000$ dollars depends where you trade it in. My uncle's friend use to have one and he put it in an auction and got 3,500 for it but that was a few years back so it could be more.

The main reason Edmonton is the capital of Alberta is that it is geographically centred in the province. Calgary was deemed to far south despite its size (albeit they were very similar), trade (Calgary is known in Canada as "Cow-town" by chance) , and perhaps most importantly railway (The CPR went right through Calgary) advantages. Edmonton was to be somewhat of a forward capital used to create two distinct and important commercial and administrative hubs in Alberta.

Furs, primarily. Sometimes livestock like horses and cattle were sold and traded there as well, particularly when the railroad (the Canadian Pacific Railway) came through/was built there.

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Anything with the first name of "Fort" Fort: William, Macleod, Rupert, Langley, St. John, St. James, Edmonton, Vancouver, Victoria, Nanaimo to name but a few.

If it is a 1996 First copy print run" not meaning 1st poster printed but that year".It would or at least should be in the $200.00 dollar range. More if framed nice? If it is a reissue poster which happens too often on these items than it's only worth about 3.00 bucks.So check the copy right date and the run # should correspond with the Copy date.

i wiil do you have wi-fi if yes then lets do this trade. ok what are you gonna trade for it and is it legit don't really care just want to know and what is your code my name is Wayne and my code is 3266 5160 7568 will also trade for a shamin maybe a deoxys and somethin else also im up for battling to if you want

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The current world record for a #18 1979-80 Wayne GretzkyO-Pee-Chee Rookie Card is $94,162.80.The specimen, graded by industry-recognized card grading company PSA, was determined worthy of a GEM MINT 10 grade thus making it a perfect card - all things considered.Some outrage and denouncement exist over the grade assessed due to what appears to be rough edges. O-Pee-Chee, at the time, used wire cutters to cut individual cards from card stock sheets. These wires would dull rather quickly and were not replaced near as often as one would expect. Considering that during this era, sports cards were still selling for pennies a piece and living their lives as a trade stimulator for other products, the quality control was not what it is today in terms of high-end collectible cards that have saturated the market in the last two decades.When purchasing investment-grade sports cards, buying graded cards from reputable companies is still likely the better choice - along with due diligence and extensive industry knowledge. The difference between a Gretzky Grade 9.5 versus Grade 10 GEM MINT could yield a difference of several tens of thousands of dollars.