For the curious, Gretzky finished his career with 15 seasons of 30 goals or more which included a streak of 13 consecutive, which was ended with an injury shortened 1992-93 season of 45 games and just 16 goals. Gretzky did return to the lineup in time for the playoffs and led the Kings to the Stanley Cup Finals, adding another 15 goals in 24 games, giving him 31 combined for the season. Even if allowed to call 1992-93 a "30 goal season", he would still only equal Gartner's 15 consecutive seasons of 30 goals and ultimately fall short of Gartner's with 16 total.
Phoenix arrived on the scene in 1996-97, having relocated from Winnipeg, and introduced the most unconventional jersey striping in the league, based on Native American blanket patterns from the American Southwest. Phoenix would wear the same home white and road black jerseys for seven consecutive seasons before a complete redesign in 2003-07 to coincide with a move to their new arena, brining to a close one of the most "Love it or Hate it" chapters in NHL jersey history.
Bonus jersey: Today's bonus jersey is a 1985-86 Washington Capitals Miek Gartner jersey from the club Gartner spent the majority of his NHL career.
This jersey features the five stars down the sleeves, which the Capitals jerseys had from 1974-75 until 1982-83 until going to just four stars for two seasons until reverting back to five again for the 1985-86 season.