"A man without a moustache is like a cup of tea without sugar."
As the old English proverb (apparently) states, there are few things in the world that can define a man more than a moustache, and nowhere is that more clear than in the NHL. As the ever-popular Movember is now in full swing, the moustache will be talked about through offices, street corners and change rooms across North America.
November brings upon us a time where men all over the world are encouraged to grow a duster of their own whether to raise money for a good cause, or simply to have an excellent excuse to not shave for an extended period of time.
Whether you have the facial skills to actually grow one of any significance isn't crucial, because it's a well-known fact that with the moustache comes a heightened level of respect, knowledge and downright coolness—no matter the thickness or length of the upper lip carpeting.
The Toronto Maple Leafs are one of the most historic franchises in the NHL and have been home to some of the greats of the game. With that comes the distinction of having had some of the most notable moustaches on the faces of those who once (or currently) dawned the blue and white.
When a player can grow a good looking moustache, the envy from his peers is something to behold, and here now is a look at the best moustaches that have been a part of the Maple Leafs through history, as inspired by Movember.