NHL: 10 Biggest Showboats in NHL History

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NHL: 10 Biggest Showboats in NHL History
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If there is one thing that hockey needs, it is more show offs.  The sport would create an immense audience if players started riding their sticks after scoring a goal, like the great "Tiger" Williams.

We all saw how crazy an audience went for Terrell Owens' "Sharpie in the sock" routine and the time he used the popcorn as a prop after a touchdown.

Imagine how great it would be if hockey players could use props after a goal.

The greatest new attraction to the sports of hockey is the Green Men of Vancouver.  Yet, after a very entertaining run, the two were told by the NHL to stop touching the glass of the penalty box or sparring verbally with the players.  Those were the two things we viewers enjoyed.

The National Hockey League may be a little frigid when it comes to fun on the ice, but that is not stopping some of today's stars from their signature celebrations or showboating techniques.

Showing off in hockey can be traced back to the start, and although the NHL is a stickler for them today, the game could be better for it.

Here are the 10 biggest showboats in NHL history.

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