We’ve been running our NHL’s Greatest Mustaches feature all week here at HOTH in celebration of Movember, and it almost brings tears to our eyes that we’re wrapping it up today with the third installment.  If you haven’t given Part I a look yet, then perhaps you should feast your eyes on the mustache prowess of greats like Dennis Maruk, Lanny MacDonald, Pat Burns and others.  Part II featured a rare shot of Jacques Martin rocking a nifty duster, as well as the handlebars of Jeff Odgers to go along with the lip-bush belonging to John Wensink.

Thanks to everyone who left comments, and emailed or tweeted  in suggestions, we tried to gather as many photos as possible for this feature.  The reality is that there’s been so many great instances of mustache power in the history of the NHL, that we could never include them all.  In some cases, quality photos were hard to come by and some mustaches were just much better than others.  Here for your viewing pleasure is The NHL’s Greatest Mustaches, Part III:

Dave Babych


Bill Clement


Charlie Simmer


Clark Gillies


Mike Gartner


Dirk Graham


Dan Hinote


Ian White


Rick Middleton


Joel Quenneville


Derek Sanderson


Zack Stortini


Trevor Gillies


Ken Wregget


Honourable Mentions: Olli Jokinen, Don Koharski, Gary Rissling, Greg Smyth, Denis Potvin, Jere Gillis, Dan Carcillo, Bernie Federko, Sheldon Souray, Gerard Gallant, Jon Sim, Bob Gainey(!), Reggie Lemelin, John Tonelli, Grant Fuhr, and too many more.











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  1. Clark Gilies also qualifies for ‘best mullet’!

    Speaking of which, that would be a great follow up article.

  2. I’d totally forgotten that Babych lasted into the Ugly Whale era.

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