DGB Grab Bag: Trolling Goalies, All-Star Voting, and Gretzky's Circus Pants
Also, the NHL actually got something right with the best uniforms in history vote.
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DGB Grab Bag: Toews Still getting Trolled, and a Gretzky was Overpaid Take
With bonus bread shoes courtesy of Artemi Panarin and the Las Vegas Knights roasting the Sharks.
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DGB Grab Bag: Zetterberg Spills the Beans, the Horn of Doom, and Gretzky's Soap Debut
Why yes, this is the second straight week that we're analyzing NHL cameos in iconic soap operas.
Legendary Names to Be Stripped Off Stanley Cup Because There's No Room Left
Gordie Howe, Rocket Richard, and the dominant Canadiens teams of the 1950s will be taken off next year.
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Why Sidney Crosby Reached 1,000 Points More Impressively Than Wayne Gretzky
Considering the era in which he plays, where teams are scoring fewer goals, Sidney's Crosby's 1,000 points in 757 games is a staggering accomplishment.
The NHL's 10 Greatest Players of the Post-Expansion Era
The second installment of our two-part series breaks down the NHL's 10 best players of the last 50 years, with a trio of current stars making the cut.
Down Goes Brown Grab Bag: Dallas Clowns Trump, Top 100 Lists, and Musical Acts
Among the topics this week: Holy crap, the NHL actually booked some popular music acts for the All-Star Game. And much more.
Down Goes Brown Grab Bag: Shootouts, Games in Hand, and Wayne Gretzky's Office
Has the IIHF finally taken the steps to eliminate shootouts in major competitions? Also, did you know Wayne Gretzky had an office?
Five Stages of the Trade That Sent Wayne Gretzky to St. Louis
We revisit the brief Wayne Gretzky-Blues era that lasted 31 games after the Kings shipped The Great One to St. Louis back in 1996.
The Definitive Guide to The Simpsons' Greatest Hockey Moments
In anticipation of Wayne Gretzky's upcoming appearance on The Simpsons, we compiled the best hockey moments from the show's 28-season history.
Throwback Thursday: The Ridiculous Saturday Morning Cartoon Starring Jordan, Gretzky, and Bo
Before the Internet, celebrities used vanity cartoons to brand themselves to children. Which is probably how Michael Jordan, Bo Jackson, and Wayne Gretzky ended up fighting really weird crimes in an animated show called "ProStars."
Star Injuries, Big-Money Deals Make for Busy Opening Week in NHL
From the Jack Eichel and Sidney Crosby injuries to Johnny Gaudreau's extension, a lot went down this week ahead of the NHL season opener. Catch up on it all here.