This Week in The Hockey News magazine: October 26, 2015

It’s our Jersey Issue, with everything you need to know about the sweaters you love, including The Top 100 Jersey of All-Time, the history of the hockey sweater, inside the new Adidas deal, and much more.

UPC1_THN_6905-400It’s our Jersey Issue, with everything you need to know about the sweaters you love. Features include:
The Top 100 Jerseys Of All-Time: You won’t find any gaudy Fishermen or Spiderknights here. Only the all-time best in ice fashion make our definitive list of hockey’s coolest duds. But who comes in at No. 1? Spoiler alert: it’s not, as we’re sure you assume, the Chicago Blackhawks.
The History Of Sweaters: From woolly mammoths to streamlined works of art, hockey jerseys have undergone a massive overhaul since they first hit the ice
Inside the new Adidas Deal: Jerseys are set to take on a different stripe – or three – following the NHL and NHLPA’s latest partnership
Theme-night Jerseys: Whether for St. Patrick’s Day, Fifty Shades of Grey or Star Wars, Scott Gollnick makes jerseys fit any theme Also in the issue:
Tyler Myers: Winnipeg’s other giant D-man likes to take his time eating Chinese food, but his game has quickly taken off with the Jets
Vladimir Tarasenko: St. Louis’ star sniper was driven to succeed by his father and grandfather in Russia
Jaromir Jagr: The single life suits him just fine, thank you very much. His first love is hockey, and the love affair continues in Florida for the ageless wonder
Don Edwards: The former NHL goalie has said goodbye to Canada, but he’s still fighting to keep his parents’ killer behind bars
Editor’s Notebook: Stars don’t align with one team anymore
Keeping the fans safe: Security trumps speed with metal detectors
Best of the Books: The Albert Einstein of hockey photographers
Prospect Report: Red Bull pouring money into hockey hothouse, and introducing Ryan ‘Boom Boom’ Pullock
The Straight Edge: Islanders prospect Ryan Pilon is better off removing himself from hockey if the interest and passion don’t come naturally to him
Strange But True: ‘Big Bill’ Dwyer had an unsavory occupation during Prohibition, but he used his money and clout to keep the NHL alive and vibrant
Overtime: How many players must die before the hockey world starts taking care of its own? And much more.
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