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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.

It'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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