Hockey players sporting facial hair. It is usually something only done during playoff time, but some wear it all year round. Some players' facial hair looks good, and it was meant to be there. Some of them are just unruly, and no one wants to look at it.
In the '70s and beforehand, facial hair was everywhere, and most of the time it was good, so you won't see many players from those eras on this list.
What you will see is some pretty bad whiskers. Let's get started.
You know, for the face of the game, Sidney Crosby doesn't really have a nice one during hockey's most important time.
The most recent captain to lead his team to the Stanley Cup, Dustin Brown and his beard, if you can call it that, were everywhere.
Gotta love the mutton chops. Or do I?
Mutton Chops + Mustache + Soul Patch = Horrible
Put a lab coat on him, and you have an instant mad scientist.
Okay, horrible looking beard aside, is he trying to eat the Cup?
See Kaberle slide.
Since when do the Amish play hockey?
Maybe it's not the beard, but Mike Ricci just looks creepy.
I don't know, that beard just doesn't look right for Logan Couture.
In any other color, this beard would be good. Blond, no.
When did Hollywood Hulk Hogan play hockey?
I'll admit, when George Parros is sporting only the mustache, he has some of the best facial hair in hockey. Add any more hair, though, and it becomes one of the worst.
Lanny McDonald walks a fine line when it comes to his facial hair. Some might say he crosses it; some might not. To be perfectly honest, I don't know I where I stand on this one.
(Sorry, loyalty to a former Maple Leaf.)
Henrik, Daniel. I know you're twins, but does your facial hair have to be identical as well?
I don't even know what to say about this one other than it's bad. It's just...just...bad.
Maybe if the beard was a solid brown it would be good. I just can't stand multi-colored beards.
Both of these players could be on the list, but Ken Daneyko takes the cake here for the same reasons as Niedermayer.
It's just too big.
It looks like a big red bomb went off on Mike Commodore's face.