Found November 11, 2011 on Puck Daddy:
Here are your Puck Previews: Spotlighting the key games in NHL action, news and views as well as general frivolity. Make sure to stop back here for the nightly Three Stars when the games are finished. Jamie Benn uses Ryan O'Reilly for a quick cat nap on the ice. Preview: Dallas Stars at Pittsburgh Penguins, 7 p.m. ET. We went from tonight being "Hey, Sidney Crosby is coming back!" to "Oh, hey, Alex Goligoski is coming back to Pittsburgh and James Neal is facing his old team". Sorry, assembled media who spent this entire week in Pittsburgh. Crosby news aside, it's still a matchup of No. 1 in the East versus No. 1 in the West. Preview: Edmonton Oilers at Detroit Red Wings, 7:30 p.m. ET. Detroit's five-game winning streak over Edmonton is on the line and they'll be facing a red-hot Nikolai Khabibulin, while potentially missing Henrik Zetterberg, who's a game-time decision with a "middle-body injury". Elbow-height expert Andy Sutton wil...

Rangers Attempt to Change Gretzky's Mind on Winter Classic Alumni Game

Pierre LeBrun at reports that the Rangers have reached out to Wayne Gretzky in an effort to change his mind about participating the Winter Classic alumni game on December 30th in Philadelphia.Gretzky told two weeks ago he didn't think he would play, citing previous family plans for the holidays.But recently Glen Sather has reached out to "The Great One...

Wayne Gretzky Might Play in Winter Classic Alumni Game After Talking With Rangers

Watching a 50-year-old guy play a hockey game may not be ideal, but when that guy is Wayne Gretzky, it might actually be fun to watch. Initially, Gretzky had said he wouldn't particpate in the Winter Classic because of holiday plans he had with his family. Despite that, Rangers GM Glen Sather reached out to Gretzky, according to ProHockeyTalk. Gretzky spoke to Sather for about...

Gretzky mulls playing in Winter Classic Alumni Game

Wayne Gretzky is considering a return to the ice - well, for the Winter Classic Alumni Game. After initially dismissing the notion and citing family commitments, the Hall of Famer seems to be softening from his stance that "no one wants to watch a 50-year-old on skates." "(New York Rangers general manager Glen Sather) called and we talked for 45 minutes," Gretzky...

Those Mean Players Of Today

from Allan Maki of the Globe and Mail, In his home, in green-and-blue plaid pyjamas, he sits in an easy chair across from his wall of memories. There’s a framed photograph of him with Wayne Gretzky. There’s one of the Hockey Hall of Fame building autographed by the greats. There’s a photo of the Calder Trophy he won as the NHL’s top rookie in 1946. There’s a photo of an...

Oilers ALL-TIME LEADERS (Boxcars)

Career Games Played as an Oiler Kevin Lowe (1037) Mark Messier (851) Glenn Anderson (845) Kelly Buchberger (795) Ryan Smyth (784) Jari Kurri (754) Craig MacTavish (701) Shawn Horcoff (698)Wayne Gretzky (696) Charlie Huddy (694) Goals Wayne Gretzky (583) Jari Kurri (474) Glenn Anderson (417) Mark Messier (392) Ryan Smyth (272)Paul Coffey (209) Craig Simpson (185) Esa...

Who Has Better Hair; Justin Bieber or Wayne Gretzky

Is it me or is Wayne Gretzky getting Bruce Jenner-creepy? I seriously cannot comprehend why guys insist on dyeing their hair, especially announcers. I mean it’s common knowledge that the dudes are like 70-years old and they have a full head of dark hair. Of course, I didn’t seriously mean to put anyone up against Bieber’s hair. Kid was blessed by the Gods.
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