It was bound to happen in North America's biggest leagues, and it appears jersey advertising has arrived.
While every season brings interesting trade bait, and rumors, this year seems to be dominated by some good, young names.
A few old names on new teams have made some significant impacts so far this season.
I take a look at the NHL standings at the not-so-halfway part of the season.
There's a balance between homerism and just blatantly looking at things from a high level point-of-view.
Who doesn't love laughing at bad drafts 20 years later? But when it's the entire league drafting poorly, it's even better.
You can look at stats all you want but this team loves to defy them.
One of the most exciting and dynamic players of the modern game just made history in two categories, with one toe drag, and goal.
While the trade deadline is always of interest, I'm not sure it is anymore for Canucks fans. But here we go again.
If the Canucks have shown any consistency this season it's been their inconsistent performances, which are plentiful and frustrating.