Wayne Gretzky played with the Edmonton Oilers in their first NHL season and was awarded the Hart Memorial Trophy, bestowed to the league’s Most Valuable Player. Over his 20-season NHL career, Gretzky broke a multitude of records, many that he still holds to this day. When Gretzky retired after the 1998-99, season he held a total of 61 NHL records. An impressive record that he still holds is the most Art Ross Trophies in a career with 10, with Gordie Howe having the second most with six trophies. On November 22, 1999, Gretzky had nearly 2,500 attendees for his official Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Gretzky has inscribed “HOF 1999” and signed the back of this authentic CCM white jersey in silver paint pen. Gretzky’s signature was witnessed under UDA’s Five Step Authentication Process.