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HOCKEY STARS IN GQ: NO TEETH, BUT GREAT LOOKING CLOTHES
Published October 26, 1994
"Entertainment Tonight" profiled the NHL players who can be seen posing in this month's GQ. ET's John Tesh: "Because of the lockout, the hockey season is on ice, but in the new GQ magazine you can see six of the rinks rising superstars heat up the ice." The Blues' Brendan Shanahan addmitted he was "puzzled" as to why hockey players were asked to model. Shanahan: "We are all surprised that anybody would ask a hockey player to do any modeling. The photographer doesn't say give us your best side, he says give us your least damaged side." The issue, with Charles Barkley on the cover, is on the stands now ("Entertainment Tonight," 10/25).