Top 10 Media Days Moments Across the NHL

The National Hockey League is so close to being fully back.

League teams held their media day this week as they prepare to kick off their respective training camps and pre-seasons. The teams and their media partners took video and photos for future game broadcasts, promotional content and in-game entertainment.

Here are our ten favorite articles.

#10 – Jack Hughes is ready for the Louvre

Quite possibly the dullest devil horns ever. But, clearly just a wonderful abstract edit overall.

#9 – The Rangers are asked a question of life or death

Chris Kreider and Mika Zibanejad are asked which of them is most likely to survive the Hunger Games. After ten seconds of stern contemplation of life itself, Kreider pulls Rue’s Whistle out of nowhere.

#8 – First day of school boards

The Jets made sure some of their members, including former Cap Brenden Dillon, were Instagram ready for their first day back. Special shoutout to Mason Appleton who listed his favorite snack as “purple Doritos bag”.

Rangers have implicated Ryan Reaves in the same way. Must resist the urge to boo.

#7 – Juraj Slafkovsky catches Cole Caufield jamming

What a beautiful rendition of Haddaway What love baby don’t hurt me). Long way to go until they can challenge the group run by the Capitals Young Guns crew from 2008.

#5 – Victor Hedman dressed his best for a Zoom meeting

There’s something oddly hilarious about it. He may behave like Frankenstein.

#4 – Matthew Tkachuk Does Anything

The Florida Panthers are going to have the strongest finger kick in the sports world if they keep it up. That’s why they traded him. Arcade skills.

#3 – Brandon Tanev still sees ghosts

Could someone call Zak Bagans already?

His brother Chris’ headshot is still a bit ominous but yet… a bit more heartwarming.

#2 – The Lou Lamoriello-ification of Alexander Romanov

If Marlon Brando was a Montreal Canadiens fan, he’d be asking about who slaughtered his boy.

#1 – Trevor Zegras and Wild Wing do their best Mario Kart: Double Dash impression

He’s the same guy who scored 61 points in his rookie season and has been talked about a few times for his magic moves.