As a conceptual artist, Mike Winkelmann probably wasn’t front of mind for many hockey collectors. Neither was his most significant work, a collage of 5,000 individual images which were made one-per-day over more than 13 years. But everything changed when that piece of digital artwork, titled Everydays – The First 5000 Days, sold for nearly $70 million at a Christie’s auction on March 11, generating headlines around the world as the first sale by a major auction house of a piece of art that does not exist in physical form. This was no minor event limited to a deep-pocketed group…

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