Over the course of NHL history, players have come and gone through the league leaving many lasting memories.
Wayne Gretzky left the NHL with goal No. 802 fresh in everyone's mind. Mario Lemieux left the game with the lasting image of him returning from cancer to play once again.
But despite their successes on the ice, some of their worst collapses came with a date with their barbers.
The late 1980s and early 1990s were a gold mine for terrible, paper-bag-over-the-head-inducing hairstyles. These mop tops are a classic look at what hockey was, what hockey is now and what hockey could be.
Many players such as Patrick Kane adopted a hairstyle for a playoff run. Some use beards as a way to bring good luck to their club for the stretch run.
Here's a look at the 20 worst hairstyles in recent memory in the NHL.