And we can add another beauty-and-the-bruiser pairing to the list of hot hockey wives.Just this week, The Post’s Richard Johnson reported that former New York Rangers star Sean Avery, 33, got engaged to supermodel Hilary Rhoda, the 26-year-old face of Estée Lauder.Because he also dated (or at least hooked up with) the next beauty on our list...Yep, Wayne Gretzky's uninhibited daughter apparently "became friends" during last year's playoff run.Sadly, the two announced in 2012 that they are splitting up.I guess Modano will have to find another gorgeous woman to serve as his arm candy at his Hall of Fame induction ceremony. And when pressed in an interview with Ryan Seacrest about why hot actresses are dating hockey players, she responded, "You have not seen a hockey player with his shirt off, obviously." So there you have it: Jarret Stoll must have the most amazing abs in human history.
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Unfortunately, it must not have ended well, because when she started dating Dion Phaneuf, her current fiance, Avery called her his "sloppy seconds." I'm sure Dion liked that a whole lot. Maybe I had somehow heard one of her pop songs on the radio or seen her in one of her movies or TV shows.
Alyssa Milano is most famous for dating baseball players, but apparently she gave hockey players a try out back in the day, too. A journeyman defenseman named Wayne Mc Bean who played for the Kings from 1987 to 1989. Or maybe I heard about her when she married American hockey legend Mike Modano back in 2007.
The NHL should be opening its regular season with four games Thursday night and then a nationally televised game Friday between the reigning Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings and the New York Rangers.