By Ed Morgans @writered21 on April 15, 2014
A trend over the last few years in the NHL is the presence of Ice Girls. Different than cheerleaders, the Ice Girls cheer their teams on, but also perform rink maintenance and such during TV timeouts. Not every team has them; San Jose, Montreal, and Washington are notable holdouts. But thankfully, I've assembled pictures of the hottest Ice Girls of every team (available) to get you ready for the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Doesn't this get you into the holiday spirit?
Boston's top Ice Girl has had plenty to cheer about this season, with the Bruins winning the President's Trophy as the NHL's top regular season team.
As hot as this Ice Girl is, the way things have gone in Calgary this season, even she isn't wearing Flames' gear.
When you win the Stanley Cup twice in four years, you get the best Ice Girls as well.
Colorado's hottest Ice Girl brings an avalanche of beauty to the rink.
Columbus is stepping up its game both on the ice, having made the playoffs this season, and with its Ice Girls.
There are no shortage of beautiful Ice Girls representing the Dallas Stars, but here's the best.
Admittedly, being even the prettiest Ice Girl in Detroit is much less glamorous, considering cleaning octopi off the ice is just part of the job.
The hottest Los Angeles Kings Ice Girl is the princess of the rink.
The Preds don't currently have a head coach, but they may have the most beautiful Ice Girl in the entire NHL.
The Islanders have struggled on and off the ice for many years, but that doesn't hurt their Ice Girl game.
Many fans across the NHL hate the Philadelphia Flyers, but how could you hate their hottest Ice Girl?
The Coyotes are soon to become the Arizona Coyotes and missed the playoffs this year. But no matter the name, this Ice Girl tops the squad.
The Penguins' top Ice Girl is as beautiful as the hockey team is skillful.
If St. Louis' hottest Ice Girl leaves you with the blues, you need to get your head examined.
This ice girl makes the list for appearing to be as charming as she is beautiful.
When the Winnipeg Jets were still the Atlanta Thrashers, one of the few things the club got right was this beautiful Ice Girl.
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