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HOCKEY NEWS REPORTS GRETZKY IS EYEING KINGS' OWNERS BOX
Published December 13, 1994
The next issue of THE HOCKEY NEWS, which hits the stands in a few days, reports that Wayne Gretzky might buy the L.A. Kings from Jeffrey Sudikoff and Joe Cohen. The pair, which purchased the team from Bruce McNall, who is presently facing charges of bank fraud, could be facing their own criminal charges. Counting endorsement income, Gretzky earns between $20-30M per year (William Houston, Toronto GLOBE & MAIL, 12/13).