NHL players have long been known for being dressed in a range of styles, from the classic “blazer and tie” to the casual “jeans, shirt, and tie.”
Now, some of the NHL’s best players have teamed up with a style expert to help identify the best players’ best looks.
The NHL Players’ Association and NHL StyleLab teamed up to find the most styled players in the league, according to a study released by NHLPA on Monday.
They analyzed the hairstyles worn by players in their regular season and playoff games.
They found that most players wear their hair in a straight, natural style, which is the same as the player they’re paired with.
“They wear it straight and natural.
That’s what you would expect,” NHLPA’s Jason Liska told ESPN.
The most styled NHL players were players who wore their hair styled with a bob.
The next-best players were the ones who had their hair cut with a fringe.
Liskas said the players who cut their hair naturally tend to have shorter, more curvy locks.
Players who have been coached by stylists are the ones with the best results, Liskanas said.
“I think that’s a little bit of a misperception.
It’s more of a fact that they’re good stylists,” he said.
He added that players who are not coaches tend to look like “stylists who don’t even know what a hair cut is.”
The hairstyles players are wearing will vary depending on the season and player’s style.
“The way players dress has a huge impact on their game.
They dress a lot differently during the season,” Liskac said.
NHL Style Lab founder Brian Brown also noted that players wear more bangs, ties and other styles of hairstyles.
“In this league, there are players who go to the Olympics with a bang and those players wear a tie, a wig, a pompadour, and a bun,” Brown said.