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She's just so mouthy

Part 1.

I like lipstick.

A lot.

Every time I see a lipstick I get a little bit excited.

Every time I see a lipstick I want to buy it. 796 more words

To Whom It May Concern

Read: What Mark Messier loved about his time in the Rangers front office

During Super Bowl week, Mark Messier did a few interviews to help promote the Kingsbridge Ice complex he is working with and was asked about his potential NHL future. 191 more words

Mark Messier

World Hockey Association's echo fading fast as J-S Giguere, last of old Hartford Whalers, retires

“I mean, they say you die twice. One time when you stop breathing and a second time, a bit later on when someone says your name for the last time.” -Banksy (disputed origin)

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Cult Of Hockey

Oilers to celebrate 30th anniversary of 1984 Stanley Cup championship team

We know there hasn’t been much success in Edmonton the past eight seasons now, but during the 1980s they were the team.

Back in 1984, the Oilers started their dynastic run by ending the New York Islanders’ dynasty beating them in five games. 213 more words

Edmonton Oilers

Oilers’ first championship team reunites for Stollery

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Oilers’ first championship team reunites for Stollery

 

Champs gather in October to raise money

Members of the Edmonton Oilers’ first championship team are reuniting this fall to score some funds for the Stollery Children’s Hospital. 213 more words

Fanspeak: Messier voted greatest Ranger in franchise history

This summer, NBC Sports’ social media team is conducting the #NHLGreatest initiative, designed for fans to choose the best player in each franchise’s history. Balloting was conducted through three platforms — Facebook, Twitter and Instagram — with thousands of votes being cast. 296 more words

New York Rangers

Fanspeak: Pavel Bure voted greatest Canuck in franchise history

This summer, NBC Sports’ social media team is conducting the #NHLGreatest initiative, designed for fans to choose the best player in each franchise’s history. Balloting was conducted through three platforms — Facebook, Twitter and Instagram — with thousands of votes being cast. 272 more words

Vancouver Canucks