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- Stars: Angelo Dundee , Antonio Davis , Barry Switzer , Bernie Kosar , Bill Clinton , Bill Gallo , Bill Plaschke , Bill Simmons , Bo Jackson , Bob Costas , Bob Ryan , Brent Musburger , Brian Bosworth , Bruce McNall , Bryan Burwell , Charley Steiner , Chris Berman , Chuck D. , Clyde Drexler , Connie Chung , Craig James , Curt Schilling , Dale Hansen , Dan Le Batard , Dan Patrick , Dan Rather , David Stern , Dennis Rodman , Dick Vitale , Donald Trump , Ed Bradley , Fred Akers , Howard Cosell , Howie Long , Hubert Davis , Ice Cube , Jack McCallum , Jalen Rose , Jane Pauley , Jay Bilas , Joe Dumars , Joe Theismann , John Singleton , John Starks , Johnny Dawkins , June Jones , Keith Jackson , Keith Olbermann , Kenny Anderson , Kevin Blackistone , Larry Bird , Larry Brown , Larry King , Leon Searcy , Lou Holtz , Lou Piniella , Magic Johnson , Maria Shriver , Mark Heisler , Mark Messier , Marv Albert , Michael Eric Dyson , Michael Jordan , Michael Wilbon , Mike Krzyzewski , Mike Tirico , Mike Tyson , Pat Riley , Patrick Ewing , Pedro Martinez , Pete Rozelle , Ray Van Ness III , Roy Williams , Rudy Giuliani , Sal Marchiano , Sam Smith , Sidney Lowe , Skip Bayless , Snoop Dogg , Spike Lee , Terry Francona , Tom Brokaw , Vin Scully , Wayne Gretzky
On August 9, 1988, the NHL was forever changed with the single stroke of a pen. The Edmonton Oilers, fresh off their fourth Stanley Cup victory in five years, signed a deal that sent Wayne Gretzky, a Canadian national treasure and the greatest hockey player ever to play the game, to the Los Angeles Kings in a multi-player, multi-million dollar deal. As bewildered Oiler fans struggled to make sense of the unthinkable, fans in Los Angeles were rushing to purchase season tickets at a rate so fast it overwhelmed the Kings box office. Overnight, a franchise largely overlooked in its 21-year existence was suddenly playing to sellout crowds and standing ovations, and a league often relegated to "little brother" status exploded from 21 teams to 30 in less than a decade. Acclaimed director Peter Berg presents the captivating story of the trade that knocked the wind out of an entire country, and placed a star-studded city right at the humble feet of a 27-year-old kid, known simply as "The Great One."