The Stanley Cup Playoffs are under way and that means it's beard season. Most players who participate begin clean-shaven. Then there's Radko Gudas of the Tampa Bay Lightning who had several weeks of beard on his face Wednesday night in Game 1. But the truth is he shaved that morning, that's how quickly he can grow some facial foliage.
Two members of the Philadelphia Flyers' top line are getting into the act in a unique way. Jake Voracek and Scott Hartnell head into their first round series against the New York Rangers with beards, but they've decided to dye them black.
compelled to join him in dyeing their beards black because he didn't want him to be the only one.For Voracek, he wanted to do something different than the traditional playoff beard. Linemate Scott Hartnell felt
Their teammates are pretty skeptical at the choice.
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“Jake's beard … Um, I don’t know if I should comment on that," Simmonds said. "It's pretty ugly. What's bad is it’s contrasting styles. He’s got