Gretzky: Scandal won't distract Team Canada
MISSISSAUGA, Ontario -- Wayne Gretzky sidestepped questions about the gambling investigation that has engulfed him and his wife and insisted Monday he won't distract the Canadian Olympic team despite a scandal that has shaken all of hockey.
Gretzky spoke for just 4½ minutes in a news conference cut off by a Hockey Canada official when the NHL great was repeatedly asked about the integrity of the game.
"That's not for me to talk about," Gretzky said.
Gretzky's shoulders sagged ...
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Coyotes assistant coach Rick Tocchet pleaded guilty and got two years probation for running a sports gambling ring that took in millions of dollars in bets.
• Tocchet rejoins Coyotes after suspension
• Tocchet ready to rejoin Coyotes
• Tocchet ban extended until at least February
• Third man in ring sentenced to probation
• Tocchet gets two years probation
• Tocchet pleads guilty, may avoid jail time
• Tocchet to appear in court
• One year later, Tocchet still in legal limbo
• Man pleads guilty to bookmaking
• Report: Second man to plead guilty
• Cop's sentencing postponed
• Trooper pleads guilty, will cooperate against Tocchet
• Trooper to appear in court
• Groundwork laid for lawsuit
• Burnside: Probe initially shows no evidence of NHL bets
• Jones Gretzky to be subpoenaed
• Report: FBI inadvertently tipped NHL
• NHL says no evidence players bet on games in illegal ring
• Attorney: Gretzky won't be charged
• Tocchet court appearance waived
• Jones Gretzky unlikely to be charged
• Lawyer: No mob connection
• Trooper charged in betting ring downplays allegations
• Kreidler: Gretzky can't shy away
• Burnside: Desert Storm
• Burnside: Hockey's black eye
• Hradek: Bad day for hockey
• Merron: Past gambling scandals
• Tocchet summons
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