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Wild Mo Bros Power Rankings - Week 1

Friday, 11.08.2013 / 12:00 PM / Minnesota Wild | Features
By Mike Doyle  - Managing Editor
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Wild Mo Bros Power Rankings - Week 1
Well, it\u2019s MOvember again and the Wild Mo Bros are back at it, growing their soup strainers for men\u2019s health. Since the players are doing their part, Wild.com is doing its part and trying to determine the best Wild moustache.



Well, it’s MOvember again and the Wild Mo Bros are back at it, growing their soup strainers for men’s health. Check out the Wild's MOvember page, presented by Jack Link's Beef Jerky, to join the team. You can also see all the cookie dusters at the team's photo gallery. Since the players are doing their part, Wild.com is doing its part and trying to determine the best Wild moustache. Without further ado, here are the Week 1 Wild Mo Bros Power Rankings.


In Napoleon Dynamite, Pedro wins the election for student president, but not on the strength of his 'stache.

Mikael Granlund – We cannot confirm nor deny that Granlund has chosen to participate in MOvember. He’s been licking his chops in front of the net so often lately that he’s wiped the hair clean off the upper lip.


The Division of the whispy whiskers.

Jared Spurgeon – Wild.com loves Spurgeon’s cookie duster, aptly named because with this Mo he looks like he still has cookies and milk for a bedtime snack.

Nino Niederreiter - This moustache does its training in the mountains of Switzerland. While it might be a little thin, it is an agile climber and its dark color will only help it stand out as the weeks go on.


The genius didn't always have time to keep his Mo under control and let it grow wild from time to time.

Dany Heatley – Heater is going with the grow-all-over approach before trimming down to just the moustache. It is always fun to try and guess what type of look the player is going for. Wild.com is hoping, nay praying, for a Fu Manchu.

Zenon Konopka – The Wild Mo Bros team captain is leading the charge with facial hair thicker than Hoppy’s, his pet rabbit, fuzzy little tail. Even after Konopka shaved down to just the Mo, his stubble started sprouting stubble.


The guys who keep their lip moss classy and looking fit as the southern gentleman's.

Nate Prosser – With this luxurious lip sweater, the blueliner looks like a turn-of-the-century country gentleman. Prosser would be at home on the back of a horse riding with Doc Holliday and Wyatt Earp.

Torrey Mitchell – The speedy winger often is seen with a 5 o’clock shadow, but rarely goes straight ‘stache. We don’t know why because Mitchell could find work as Zorro’s stuntman with this beauty.


This Division is named after one of the greatest moustaches in modern television. The players in this Division can wear their Mo's proudly.

Justin Fontaine – A newcomer to the Wild Mo Bros, but his 'stache is on its way to earning veteran status only a week into MOvember. It looks like his lip hugger could keep half of his hometown, Bonnyville, Alberta, warm throughout the winter.

Kyle Brodziak – A MOvember staple, Brodziak doesn’t let his lighter lip shading deter the Golden Gate Bridge of Wild moustaches. The center grows his stache like he wins faceoffs: quick and clean.


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