Tuesday, March 04, 2008

CANADIAN HEROES - Barry Melrose's Mullet

If there is any Canadian hair more heroic than Alex Trebek's Moustache, it is probably Barry Melrose's mullet. Sure lots of hockey players and announcers have mullets (aka hockey hair), but there is something pure and gelrific about Melrose's coif. It flows from the back of his head like the mist rising from Niagra Falls. His mullet is so god-like that it was inducted into the Mullet Hall of Fame, which is the highest honour any hair cut can get.

Though probably most well known for being ESPN's lead hockey analyst, Melrose played in the NHL for the Winnipeg Jets, Detroit Red Wings and the Toronto Maple Leafs. According to Wikipedia, he scored only 65 points in his pro career, but had over 1000 penalty minutes. In other words, he was a goon. But a goon with some beautiful hair:Thanks to the Wrath of Kanne for the suggestion.


SMB said...

I have to say, I have been noticing your Canadian spelling of words........I'm not sure how I feel about this.

beaverboosh said...

Next to Gary's, and my own carefully crafted mullet, Barry's is gorgeous! He should add a Trebek tache! The retro euro porn star look is back in place like Bulgaria!

Johnada said...

smb - Quando in Roma . . .

BB - You have a mullet?

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