The NHL playoffs bring out the best in everyone; the players go their hardest to win, while fans show their dedication in a number of incredible and eccentric ways.
Bleacher Report is fortunate enough to have a partnership with Getty Images, which supplies excellent in-game photography, including that of the beautiful fans who drive the passion of NHL hockey.
Here are the 20 most interesting shots of hockey fans captured so far in the 2012 NHL playoffs.
Scott Hartnell had some fun doing Hulk Hogan's signature taunt to a Penguins fan who looks just like the famous wrestler.
This Phoenix fan seems spiritually connected to the desert's hockey club.
This little Flyers fan is learning to be dedicated at a young stage in life.
By high school, this cutie will be disrespecting opposing fans in no time!
Philadelphia is not a place where away teams should enjoy playing.
This Coyotes fan's playoff beard is more impressive than most NHL stars.
It's difficult to read all of them, but this blueshirt fan must have some impressive names on the sweater.
She's cute and she appears to enjoy hockey.
What more could a guy ask for?
It's a nice face-paint job.
Nicklas Backstrom was suspended one game for a hit on Rich Peverley.
When you don't feel that wearing a jersey to the game is enough, you can always put a license plate around your neck.
Or not. Whatever you decide is normal.
This guy has the arena covered, just in case the thousands of fans who paid hundreds of dollars to watch an NHL playoff game could not tell a goal was scored by the puck going in the net, the red light going on and the Devils celebrating.
At least he wore underwear.
That is some of the most intimidating facial hair you will ever see.
If you have an explanation as to what is going on here, please do so in a comment.
Her apparent boyfriend shut that down pretty quick.
He looks a bit like a superhero, but where was he to stop the riots last season?
What is a Senatron?
Not sure, but it does not seem like a good idea to mess with it.
She must be a goalie.
Sometimes it's better not to ask questions.
Jason Sapunka covers the NHL and Philadelphia Flyers. He is available on Twitter for updates, commentary and analysis.