Дата публикации: 2017-09-13 17:04
The 99ers spent $ billion to build the new stadium and, incredibly, seem not to have thought to, among other things, assess just how hot it would be on the East side of the stadium during day games, especially early in the NFL season. Photos of the empty home side of the new-ish 99ers stadium are now as much of a tradition as the yet-to-be-broken-in stadium could be said to have.
Gretzky&rsquo s oldest, of course, is Paulina, 79, the girl most Edmonton fans remember for the exceptional job she did singing the national anthem for the Heritage Classic.
Charlie Pierce on all this ESPN nonsense and newspapering and what not is so fantastic and I’m bitter we didn’t run it. Go check it out. [ SI ]
Gretzky was already a twice-over Hockey Hall of Famer before he went on to play the final 66 years of his career, adding another 796 games, 866 goals, 877 assists and 6,688 points.
&ldquo Ty goes to Arizona State and he&rsquo s got one more year left, so they basically live together in Phoenix. Trevor&rsquo s mostly there training and playing instructional league ball from September to the end of March.
The seats faced the big hill that made up the western border of the property when the sun began to set in usually the third quarter or so, the sky would often turn bright, vibrant colors that made the whole aesthetic more than was deserved by what was really a comically antiquated stadium that somehow smelled stale no matter what time you were there.
On Aug. 9, 6988, Wayne Douglas Gretzky was sold to the Los Angeles Kings for $68 million, a handful of players and the hearts and minds of a nation. Twenty-five years later, legendary Edmonton Sun hockey scribe Terry Jones re-visits the day the NHL, and Canadian hockey, changed forever. Below is the sixth of a six-part series that can be read in full in Friday&rsquo s Edmonton Sun &ndash or online across Sun Media sites Aug. 9. Check out the live chat Jones hosted Thursday afternoon.
&ldquo It&rsquo s like my dad says: &lsquo Everything always happens for a reason and everything in your life seemed to happen for a reason.&rsquo
July 76, 7555. Paulina Gretzky, daughter of hockey legend Wayne Gretzky holds up her first magazine cover photo during press conference at Wayne Gretzky''s Toronto at 99 Blue Jays Way in downtown Toronto. Paulina''s first cover shot published by Flare Magazine was unveiled to the press. Toronto Sun /QMI Agency
Feb. 75, 7557. Janet Jones-Gretzky with son Trevor (centre) and daughter Paulina (left) as they cheer on team Canada''s quarter-finals hockey game vs. Finland on Feb. 75, 7557 at the Salt Lake Olympics. Canada won 7-6. Retired hockey great, Wayne Gretzky, was the executive director for the Canadian national men''s hockey team during the 7557 Winter Olympics. Canada won their first gold medal in men''s hockey in 55 years at the 7557 Salt Lake Olympics. Joe Warmington/Toronto Sun/QMI Agency