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The Greatest Moustaches in Hockey History

Hockey has had its fair share of moustaches over the years and Hockey Players Club figured with the NHL season right around the corner we should take a look at some of the greatest upper lip blankets the game of hockey has ever seen.

While moustaches have its own month, Movember, in an effort to raise support and awareness for prostate and testicular cancer, some beauts rock the flavor saver year round. Back in the day the stache was rocked by some of the biggest goons this sport has ever seen. So in order to celebrate and recognize some of these legends, we’ve developed a list of some of the greatest moustaches the game of hockey has ever seen.

Lanny McDonald

Wendel Clark

Bob Nystrom

Cal Clutterbuck

Alexander Ovechkin

Derek Sanderson

Rod Langway

Dave Schultz

George Parros

Harold Snepts

Paul MacLean

Dennis Maruk


Dave Lewis

Eddie Shack

Max Talbot

John Wensink

Brent Burns

Honorable Mention: Ross “the Boss” Rhea

Who has your favorite mustache?

Lanny McDonald
Wendel Clark
Bob Nystrom
Cal Clutterbuck
Alexander Ovechkin
Derek Sanderson
Rod Langway
Dave Schultz
George Parros
Harold Snepts
Paul McLean
Dennis Maruk
Dave Lewis
Eddie Shack
Max Talbot
John Wensink
Brent Burns
Other
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2 Responses to The Greatest Moustaches in Hockey History

  1. Pingback: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly: NHL Player Halloween Costumes | HPC Blog

  2. That led to a lot of injuries, including one time where he actually sprained his handlebar mustache. In the minds of many his mustache ranks among the best in all of sports history, competing with the likes of Rollie Fingers and Hulk Hogan.

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