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I'll admit that I said "NO WAY DOES HE LOOK LIKE YASHIN" before even recalling what Yashin looks like

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I actually had Yashins general face about right, but I was picturing him with a mullet for some reason.

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LOL, you had 1980s Wayne on the brain

You DO lust after him
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Either that or Jagr, who carried his mullet well into the 90's....possibley even the new millenium?

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Hell, didn't EVERYONE in the NHL have a mullet in the late 80s, early 90s? I know Hatcher still has one....um....who else....let me *mull* that over
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Whoa, Michel talk in the middle of the nickname thread . . . . I agree, no resemblence. Michel is quite one of a kind

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The other night I mistook the hair coming out of Daniel Alfredsons helmet for being part of a great mullet. Of course, seeing as I've seen him without the helmet, I really should have known better. But I was holding out hope that he had came to his senses and realized what a great flowing mullet he could make out of those curly red locks.

Tie Domi doesn't have a mullet, and I'm not sure that he has enough hair growth at this point to grow one. That's really too bad, because he should of one

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Jagr still had his mullet in 1999 All Gretzky jokes aside, Jagr's mullet really was something to behold:



Which is why I wonder when exactly he realized "wait a second, it's 1999 and I have a mullet?" and went for the scissors Did it, or didn't it, make it so the year 2000? That is the question

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How about Tony Amonte? After that hideous dye job a few years back, he might be up for it
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Hmm....that is a good question....maybe he finally realized it's not cool to have the same hairstyle as Barry Melrose
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"Wouldn't I look like a fine sun of a gun if I got some growth going on at the back of this puppy?"



"Not nearly as sexy as I would!"

Okay, you have to admit... all Ed needs is a mustache and he has the stereotypical molestor-at-the-bar type down pat!

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The mustache and a sweat-stained undershirt....and you would be cor-rect

Tony on the other hand....he could have a ten foot train of mangled and tangled horse hair on his head and he'd still be sexy!
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Tony seems to have a bit of a Luke Perry forehead going on there... not really my thing, but PERFECT for a mullet,

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Hmm....that is a good question....maybe he finally realized it's not cool to have the same hairstyle as Barry Melrose
LMAO. This is too funny . But I like Jagr's old hair, he looks too normal now. Should I blame Melrose for inspiring Jagr to cut his hair.
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YES!!! Barry is a wanker.
Jagr's mullet was money!!!
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