long , untamed hair usually capped with a hat with wings of hair flowing and curling up from under it. This hair flows easily out of hockey helmits and is becoming popular throughout hockey players everywhere.
Look at many college ice hockey players.
A mid-length, fluffyish mullet
associated with hockey players, especially those from Canada and Eastern Europe in the 1990s. Compare football hair
Now that's something you don't see anymore -- that guy's got the old-school hockey hair. Business in front, beating in the back.
Known as the texas flop top, arkansas waterfall and other names is a long hear almost to the point of the shoulders. curling and popping out of the helmet.
Wow, that's some ugly looking hockey hair!
, named so because many 80's hockey players had mullets and the mullet slightly resembles the contours of a hockey helmet
Barry Melrose was a fine example of Hockey Hair.
Since he was Canadian, that dude had Hockey Hair rather than an Arkansas Waterfall.