It is fair to say Paulina Gretzky is considered to be a very polarizing figure. Even though the daughter of National Hockey League legend Wayne Gretzky has always always loved show off for the cameras, some people believe she went a little too far this time, even by the standards she has set in the past.
The 29-year-old women has often shared revealing images of herself on social media, so much so that there were reports that The Great One stepped in and asked his daughter to tone things way down back in 2012, if not stop entirely.
It sure looks like she didn't listen to the advice of her father... Here is a screenshot from her Instagram story that will give you a hint of why it has caused some controversy on this beautiful Saturday night:
This clearly reminds us of another video she posted a few months ago
She also has a bunch of other revealing Instagram photos...
Gretzky became engaged to pro golfer Dustin Justing in August 2013. They have two sons.
NHL insider identifies the next GM to get fired!
Despite the fact that there have been some tremendously disappointing teams this season (looking at you Edmonton Oilers, Ottawa Senators, and Montreal Canadiens!), there is only one general manager who lost his job this season: Ron Francis, of the Carolina Hurricanes. He was actually "promoted" to President of hockey operations, but it doesn't really feel like a promotion for him, as the new GM will report directly to the owner, Tom Dundon.
Now, who's next? Montreal Canadiens' owner Geoff Molson has said multiple times over the past few days that GM Marc Bergevin was here to stay. Same thing for Pierre Dorion and the Ottawa Senators. TSN insider Darren Dreger believes New York Islanders general manager Garth Snow might be at risk of getting fired, depending on what happens in the John Tavares saga.
Here's what he had to say about that on Buffalo's WGR 550:
Well look, Garth is a pro,” noted Dreger. “He’s been around the game forever, both as a player and now as a manager. So if he were to be let go, I don’t think that would come as a shock to him. I mean, it’s a results-driven business. If he’s not capable or successful in signing Tavares – the jewel of the operation – long term, then ownership of the Islanders is going to look at him and go, ‘Really? What happened here?’ Now in saying that, ownership is also reasonably close to Pat Brisson, the agent for John Tavares. So it’s not like Garth Snow is keeping his owners in the dark. He’s not. They’re involved."
But the fact that the owners are involved in this whole thing doesn't necessarily mean they completely agree with how Snow has handled the negociations:
And I think if you want to be critical of Snow and the Islanders, maybe they’ve been too patient and appreciative of John Tavares and giving him his space. Maybe what they should have done along the way is hit Pat Brisson with a contract extension offer every week since the beginning of the season or back to July 1 when they can talk extension to try and get him to sign long term. They didn’t do that. Again, it’s hard to be overly-critical, but that’s not the position that other teams would have taken.”
I guess we will have to wait and see. Which GM do you think will get fired next?