Keith Ballard, channeling his inner Don Mattingly smashes Tomas Vokoun's skull with one swift blow.
Now taking a look at another gem, this time the scouting reports for the draft-eligible prospects for 1988. Possibly the only time you'll see Francois Leroux and Adrien Plavsic in the top 15 of a talent contest.
Taking a look at the scouting reports for the top 21 prospects in 1987, wherein Glen Wesley was tough, but apparently he was no Wayne McBean. A friendly reminder that some parts of these evaluations are absolutely, utterly meaningless.
Looking at butterfly goaltending's history and it's impact on the modern and historical game. And I don't even gush about Patrick Roy!
Taking a look at some of the innovations that changed the game - this time around, Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita's curve, which altered things more than you may think.
Taking a deeper look at Ray Whitney's career, and wondering whether his is the most unlikely 1,000-point career in NHL history.
Closing out the vote on the NHL's Most Interesting Name of the 70s. Don't worry, there's the requisite porn name...
Gabe reminds us to avoid the bandwagon mentality and learn from our forebears, who stuck with the two worst Jets teams (1979-80, 1980-81) in their history.