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Wild Mo Bros Power Rankings - Final

Sunday, 12.01.2013 / 5:12 PM / Minnesota Wild | Features
By Mike Doyle  - Managing Editor


Well, MOvember has wrapped up and the Wild Mo Bros will finally be able to shave their soup strainers. Check out the Wild's MOvember page, presented by Jack Link's Beef Jerky, to see how the team did. 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 is the final installment of the Wild Mo Bros Power Rankings.

Vincent Price Division


The Division for the thin ‘staches.

Matt Dumba – A pretty good effort from the 19-year-old. Dumba’s cookie duster has shown flashes of brilliance, but still has room to grow. Expect big things in the future from this Mo.

Nino Niederreiter– The forward looks like he’s ready to throw on a pair of lederhosen, climb the Swiss Alps and yodel at the top of his lungs about the glory of his duster.

Ron Burgundy Division


For the salad smackers that like to stay classy.

Nate Prosser– The Sex Panther of the Wild Mo Bros—60 percent of the time, it works every time.

Torrey Mitchell– I’m not quite sure how to put this, but Mitchell’s ‘stache is kind of a big deal. After a tough game, it likes to unwind with some Scotch in its fine apartment with leather-bound books and the smells of rich mahogany.

Sundance Kid Division


Moustache that could rob the Union Pacific Railroad.

Kyle Brodziak – This soup strainer has been hanging with the Hole in the Wall Gang and robbing trains. One of the fastest guns in the West, it is highly wanted by Joe Lefors.

Smokey and the Bandit Division


The best of the best.

Zenon Konopka – The Mo Bros team captain looks like he could be running his wine, ZK28, across county lines in his 1978 Pontiac Firebird.

Justin Fontaine – After getting his Mo dragged through the mud in Week 2, he rebounded and cleared his name, becoming the flashiest ‘stache on the Wild Mo Bros team. T-tops were invented for this Mo.


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