Great Moments in Hockey Mascot History

Posted on January 29, 2016 by Glass Bangers | 0 comments

We love them, we hate them, we laugh at them, we shake our heads at them. It doesn't matter whether they're cheering on your team or the enemy, one thing you have to admit is that mascots have their fair share of "iconic" moments in hockey.

For this post, we bring to you four of our favorites. We are pretty sure there will be more to come in the future.

 

Bakersfield Condors Mascot Brings the Ruckus:

This is one of my favorite mascot moments and one of the first that comes to mind when telling stories about mascots. Also props to the anthem singer for holding it together without laughing.


Wild Wing Flambe:

Wild Wing could be one of the most recognizable mascots in the NHL thanks to the Anaheim Ducks' Disney origins. If you're a hockey fan, you've probably seen this one before, but it's always worth another watch. 

 

Bailey Decapitates a Shark:

We all know that the three Californian NHL have zero love for each other. LA Kings mascot, "Bailey" certainly has no remorse for his fellow Californian mascots and in this case he went shark hunting, lion style. 

 

Harvey the Hound Loses his Tongue:

The battle for Alberta is one of the best rivalries in the NHL and sometimes....tongues are lost. In this case, Edmonton Oiler's coach, Craig MacTavish was the cat who got Harvey's tongue.

 

 

 

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