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Paulina Gretzky. Photo courtesy Twitter.
Leaf fans only wish that was true! But, alas, that is not the case. The good news is that The Great One’s daughter is in fact Toronto bound!
Gretzky tweeted the news Monday, much to the delight of all men in the Greater Toronto Area and surroundings.
Counting down the days til im working in Toronto and just a quick flight from my bestie in NY #eastcoastlivin
We’re still unsure what type of work she will be doing in Toronto, but we’ll definitely keep an eye out for further details. You can keep your own tabs on the young Gretzky on Twitter at @PaulinaGretzky.
Gretzky’s Twitter exploits have been well documented.
It all started with the many provocative pictures she posted on the microblogging site. Don’t know what we’re talking about? Check this out:
(Need more? Google image search has your fix.)
Then came the sit-down with dad back in November of last year, where the hockey legend told his singer/actress/model daughter that she has to be m...
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