Top 10 most handsome male ice hockey players

Ice hockey is widely regarded as a very underrated sport and generally popular in countries with cold weather such as Finland, Canada, the United States of America, Russia, Sweden etc. But now the game is slowly gaining popularity.

so we compiled a list of the top 10 most handsome Ice Hockey players in the world.

Patrick Kane

The American Ice Hockey professional is considered among the hottest athletes in the world. Patrick Timothy Kane is a right-winger in the NHL for the Chicago Blackhawks. Patrick is really famous among girls because of his cute facial features and athletic build. The handsome hunk has also represented the United States in the 2010, 2014 winter Olympics.

Sidney Crosby

Sidney, known to have the hottest jawline in the NHL. Crosby is the captain of the Pittsburgh Penguins and is counted by many in the list of the most skilled Ice hockey players. He is also the highest-paid NHL player. The dashing Crosby is sure to be on the lists of the most handsome athletes ever. Our list would have been significantly incomplete without mentioning him.

Alexander Ovechkin

After Sidney, the highest-paid ice hockey player, we have the second-highest but a no less handsome player of the NHL. Captain of the Washington Capitals of National Hockey team, the Russian player has impressed his female fans with serious hot looks and physique. Ovechkin is for sure one of the most handsome and skilled players playing the National Hockey League.

Jamie Benn

Next on our list, is Jamie Benn of Canada – considered the cutest player of the National Hockey league. Benn is currently the captain of Dallas Stars and internationally has won the gold medal in the 2014 Russian winter Olympics. He is the most favourite to win the cutest player of the NHL award.

Braden Holtby

Another hot player from the Washington Capitals is the 32-years-old goaltender Braden Holtby. Braden with his long hair, dark eyes has made his female fan fall in love with me. The Canadian player is on the list of highest-paid NHL players. Holtby is one of the most handsome if not the best goaltenders of all time.

Drew Doughty

The caption of the Los Angeles Kings is next on our list. Drew Doughty is a defenceman and represents Canada internationally. He is included in the list of top 10 defensemen in the NHL of all time. His handsome and sharp facial features made girls go ‘Aww’ just by a glance. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that Drew Doughty knows how to impress people both on and off the field.

Erik Karlsson

At number seven we have the dashing Swedish professional ice Hockey player Erik Sven Gunnar Karlsson. In the NHL he serves as the captain of Ottawa Senator, and off the field, he is considered the most handsome European player in the league. He also won the James Norris Memorial Trophy as a matter of fact he was chosen as NHL’s best defenceman in 2012 and 2015.

Carey Price

Another goaltender on our team is Canada’s Carey Price who plays for Montreal Canadiens in the NHL. Carey is a very famous goaltender in the NHL if not the most famous one. He is the dashing hardworking goaltender who tries to stop the rival team to score in the nets. Carey has won the Ted Lindsay, Vezina, Jennings and the Hard trophies. He also was the first goalie to win all four in the same season.

Jonathan Toews

Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Bryan Toews is widely considered the cutest captain of the National Hockey League. He represents Canada internationally and has gold in the U-17 World Hockey Champion, 2010 and 2014 winter Olympics. He is according to Forbes the 14th highest paid national hockey league player with a total income of $7.5 million.

Joe Pavelski

Joe Pavelski’s name in the list of the most handsome ice hockey players in the world would be incomplete. The American Professional Ice Hockey Player Joseph James Pavelski was born on July 11th, 1984. He bagged a silver medal in the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. The handsome hunk is also the captain of San Jose sharks in the National Hockey League.

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