Ice Girls of the NHL

Japers’ Rink let the Capitals’ limited season ticket survey out of the bag that once again broached the subject of “Ice Girls”. Neither OrderedChaos nor I received the season ticket survey, so we don’t know if it included more than the five questions mentioned by Japers’.
Although we have pondered the idea of Washington Capitals’ Ice Girls, we don’t know if this is a done deal or not. Most of the other teams have already held their tryouts. Is Washington behind the curve, so to speak? Or have super secret auditions already been held and ice girls are ready to hit the ice on September 8th?
In any case, we were curious as to how many other teams have such squads. The answers may surprise you.

New York Islanders Ice Girls

[update: Dan Steinberg is at Kettler and has not seen any “ice-based cheer persons”.]
[update 2: Dan Steinberg received confirmation from Nate Ewell, Director of Media Relations, that there will be no ice-based cheer persons roaming the Phone Booth this season.]

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17 Responses to Ice Girls of the NHL

  1. Nord says:

    I don’t know if some quality T&A is enough to rile up what is sadly just a lame crowd. If you want a party atmosphere go elsewhere, here you’re overwhelmed with politicos, lawyers and other types of people oozing cash but who you’d probably rather not spend five minutes with. For that matter, maybe if we don’t have to sell out to the corporate devil, fans who give a damn will show up. As long as they aren’t more of those rednecks giving that ‘Oh!’ during our national anthem.

  2. GoBucks says:

    Columbus has two sets of babes.

  3. Gustafsson says:

    Thanks GoBucks, I’ve updated the list.

  4. Steph says:

    The Red Wings do have…well I’m not sure what you’d call them, but a group of girls who skate around (in pants and a Wings jersey) and clean up the ice, etc. – I’ve always been proud that the closest thing we have to “Ice girls” pick up octopi with their bare hands on a regular basis.

  5. OrderedChaos says:

    I’m with you on the “O” Nord… as I ranted back in December:
    http://www.onfrozenblog.com/2006/12/14/theres-no-o-in-capitals/

  6. pgreene says:

    if it can’t be dierdre (or however she spells her name), we shouldn’t bother. someone here will know of whom i speak.

  7. pepper says:

    To see a hot girl scoop up an octopus bare-handed from the ice – can’t beat that!

  8. whatthepuck says:

    just saw the new blue jackets girls outside the arena yesterday
    A+++++++++++++++

  9. Quinn says:

    The New Jersey Devils have a Power Player squad as well. We don’t skate, but we do go on the ice, and we have the poms and the whole bit. We should be up on the website soon.

  10. Haywood says:

    I’ve seen the Devils Ice Girls at the games, throwing tee shirts to the croud with their hot little bodies. But I don’t see the Devils Ice girls here, or anywhere else on the net.
    That sucks, because it gives the game a great deal of spirit.
    They should have a whole web site for them!
    You got any pics of the NJ Devils Girls?

  11. Chris says:

    To the guy who mentioned Deidre, I think I know who you’re talking about. Islanders, right? If it’s the same girl, I had a class with her in college and that was easily my favorite class.

  12. Jenn says:

    NJ Devils Power Players are up on the Devils website

  13. Andrew says:

    The Coyotes also have 2 sets. The Pack is the dance team and the Snow Patrol is like the Ice Girls, except there are guys too.

  14. Thomas says:

    You forgot to add the Los Angeles Kings METAL Ice Girls, they are amazing, especially Sara.
    http://kings.nhl.com/team/app/?service=page&page=NHLPage&id=3037#icecrew

  15. Gustafsson says:

    Thanks, Thomas.
    The Kings did not have their squad when the post was written.

  16. YOUR NUMBER ONE FAN! says:

    BUFFALOGIRL! ANSWER TO THE CALL! THIS WILL BE YOUR DAY WHICH WILL BE REMEMBERED!

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