List of ice hockey nicknames

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This is a list of nicknames in the sport of ice hockey. Most are related to professional ice hockey such as the National Hockey League. A few notable nicknames from the Canadian major junior hockey leagues, the U.S. colleges, and national teams are excluded.

Players[edit]

The following are hockey players listed by their last name along with nicknames. Players listed in bold are still active.

Player Nat Nickname Note
Noel Acciari United States Cookie, Cookie Monster, The Tank, Noeldozer, Foles [1]
David Aebischer Switzerland Abby, Bisher [2]
Sebastian Aho Finland Sepe, Seabass, Fishy, C-Bass, Sebby, Magic Hockey Elf [3][4]
Daniel Alfredsson Sweden Alfie [5]
Jake Allen Canada Snake, Jake the Snake [6]
Al Arbour Canada Radar [7]
Colby Armstrong Canada Army, Armdog, Armstrongov [9]
George Armstrong Canada Chief [10]
Norm Armstrong Canada Red [11]
Zach Aston-Reese United States ZAR, Snack Aston-Reese, Snackary, Reeser [12][13]
Cam Atkinson United States Camsanity [14]
Jean-Sebastien Aubin Canada Seabass, Aubs [15]
Larry Aurie Canada Little Dempsey [16]
Per-Johan Axelsson Sweden P. J., Pebben, Axe [17]
Anton Babchuk Russia
Ukraine
The Anton, King Anton, Dear Leader [18]
David Backes United States Captain America, Backs, Inglorious Backes, Daddy Backes [19]
Nicklas Backstrom Sweden Papa, Star Lars, Backy, Nicke, Nicklas Snackström [20][21]
Garnet Bailey Canada Ace [22]
Irving Bailey Canada Ace [23]
Ivan Barbashev Russia Barbie, Barbs [24][25]
Bill Barilko Canada Bashin' Bill [26]
Tom Barrasso United States Tomcat, Tommy B [27]
Matt Bartkowski United States Tank Commander
Mathew Barzal Canada Gary, Barzy [28]
Aldege Bastien Canada Baz [29]
Jonathan Battaglia United States Bates [30]
Ken Baumgartner Canada Bomber [31]
Nathan Beaulieu Canada Nate, Beau, Nate The Great
Don Beaupre Canada Bobo, Donnie Bo [32]
Wade Belak Canada The Intimidator [33]
Ed Belfour Canada The Eagle, Eddie the Eagle, Crazy Eddie, Eddie the Billionaire [34]
Jean Beliveau Canada Le Gros Bil [35]
Pierre-Edouard Bellemare Canada Pebbles
Emil Bemstrom Sweden Bemmer [36]
Jamie Benn Canada Chubbs [37]
Jordie Benn Canada Yukon Cornelius, Darth [38]
Beau Bennett United States Sunshine [39]
Max Bentley Canada Dipsy-Doodle-Dandy [40]
Gordon Berenson Canada Red, The Red Baron [41]
Andrew Berenzweig United States Bubba, Backdoor Bubba, Andy [42][43]
Aki Berg Finland Birdie, The King [44]
Patrice Bergeron Canada Bergy, St. Patrice, Prince Patrice [45]
Patrik Berglund Sweden Bergy, Bergdog [46]
Todd Bertuzzi Canada Big Bert [47]
Craig Berube Canada Chief [48][25]
Alex Biega Canada Bulldog [49]
Kevin Bieksa Canada Juice, The Sheriff, Boom Boom [50][51]
Jordan Binnington Canada Winnington [52]
Martin Biron Canada Baby Dominator [2]
Ben Bishop United States Bish, Big Ben [53][54]
Paul Bissonnette Canada BizNasty, Biz [55]
Anders Bjork United States Bjorkie [56]
Oliver Bjorkstrand Denmark The Maestro, Bjorky, Bjork n' Beans [57][58]
Nick Bjugstad United States Rotisserie Chicken, Bjugy, Big Nick, Jughead, Bjugs [59][60][61][62][63]
Hector Blake Canada Toe [64]
Sergei Bobrovsky Russia Bob, Officer Bobrovsky, BOBROVSKY, Cop, Number One Cop On The Force [57][65][66]
Mikkel Boedker Denmark Hot Boed [67]
Brock Boeser United States The Flow, Brockstar, Boes [68][69][70]
Dave Bolland Canada The Rat, Greyhound, Bolly, Mimico [71][72]
Brandon Bollig United States B52 [73]
Peter Bondra Slovakia Bonzai, The Special Agent [74]
Derek Boogaard Canada The Boogie Man, Boog [75]
Robert Bortuzzo Canada Bortz, Bobo [76][77]
Emile Bouchard Canada Butch [78]
Brian Boucher United States Boosh [79]
Georges Boucher Canada Buck [80]
Francis Bouillon United States The Cube, Frank the Tank [81]
Jay Bouwmeester Canada JBouw, JBo, Bo, IT Jay, Tech Support Jay [82][83]
Johnny Bower Canada The China Wall [84]
Johnny Boychuk Canada Johnny Rocket, Manchuk [85][86]
Dan Boyle Canada Boiler, Danny Boy [87]
Tyler Bozak Canada Bozie, Flowzak, Phil Kessel's Chauffeur, Boze, Bozses, Tylie Bozman [88][89][90]
Donald Brashear United States Huggy Bear, The Don, Brash, Big Rig [91]
Andy Brickley United States Brick [64]
Daniel Briere Canada Mr. Playoffs, Cookie Monster, Danny Boy
Frank Brimsek United States Mr. Zero [64]
Rod Brind'Amour Canada Rod the Bod [92]
Harold Broadbent Canada Punch [93]
Walter Broda Canada Turk [64]
Martin Brodeur Canada Marty, Satan's Wallpaper, Uncle Daddy [94][95]
Richard Brodeur Canada King Richard, Kermit [2]
Laurent Brossoit Canada LB
Adam Brown Scotland The Flying Scotsman [96]
Ilya Bryzgalov Russia Bryz, Mr. Universe, Universe, Breeze, Bryzaster, Siv [2]
Johnny Bucyk Canada Chief [97]
Peter Budaj Slovakia Ned Flanders, Buds, Budha, Buddy [98]
André Burakovsky Sweden Burracuda, Burkie [99]
Pavel Bure Russia The Russian Rocket [100]
Adam Burish United States Bur, Casanova, Patient Zero [101]
Sean Burke Canada Big Bird, Burkie, The Burke Wall [102]
Brent Burns Canada Burnzie, The Wookie, Chewbacca [103][104][105]
Alex Burrows Canada Burr, The Dragon Slayer [106][107]
Steve Buzinski Canada The Puck Goes Inski [108]
Dustin Byfuglien United States Big Buff, Buff, Buff Daddy, The 33 Train [109]
Dan Bylsma United States Disco Dan [110]
Kyle Calder Canada Grease [111]
Brian Campbell Canada Soupy, Rusty [112]
Gregory Campbell Canada Soupy, G Camp [113]
Daniel Carcillo Canada Carbomb, Gorilla Salad, Luigi [114][115][116]
Brandon Carlo United States Brando, Bambi, Barlo [117][118]
Jim Carey United States Net Detective, The Mask, Ace [119]
Cole Caufield United States Bilbo, Goal Caufield [120][121]
Roman Cechmanek Czech Republic The Roman Empire, Roman Candle, Checko, The Bipolar Goaler [122]
Peter Cehlarik Slovakia Celery [123]
Erwin Chamberlain Canada Murph, Old Hardrock [124]
Zdeno Chara Slovakia Big Z, Zaddy, The Big Man [125]
Gerry Cheevers Canada Cheesie [126]
Chris Chelios United States Chelly, Honey Nut, Soft Hands Chelios, The Godfather of USA Hockey
Don Cherry Canada Grapes [127]
Jason Chimera Canada Chim Dawg, Chimmer, Ice Cheetah [128]
Erik Christensen Canada Crusher [111]
Francis Clancy Canada King [129]
Victor Clapper Canada Dit [130]
Wendel Clark Canada Wendy, Captain Crunch [131]
David Clarkson Canada Wendel Clarkson, Daveyyyyyyyy Clarkman, The Caged Warrior, Bottle Police, Grit Grinder [132][133][134]
James Cleghorn Canada Odie [135]
Sprague Cleghorn Canada Peg [64]
Blake Coleman United States Pickles [136]
J. T. Compher United States Jimothy Timothy, Jompher Compher [137]
Mike Comrie Canada The Edmonton Kid, The Brick [138][139]
Charlie Conacher Canada The Big Bomber [140]
Kyle Connor United States KFC [37]
Charlie Coyle United States Baby Gronk, Sir Charles, Mayor of Weymouth [141][142]
Lionel Conacher Canada The Big Train [143]
Frederick Cook Canada Bun [144]
Matt Cooke Canada Cookie, Cookie Monster, POS [145]
Carson Cooper Canada Shovel-Shot [146]
Harold Cotton Canada Baldy [147]
Yvan Cournoyer Canada The Roadrunner [148]
Logan Couture Canada Cooch, LoCo, Juicy, Clutch [149]
Sean Couturier United States Coots, Cootsy, Cootsybear, Curt, Curtis, Lizard, The Answer, Rocket, Gerald [150]
Dylan Cozens Canada The Workhouse from Whitehorse
Corey Crawford Canada Crow, Crawf [151]
Sidney Crosby Canada Sid the Kid, The Next One, Captain Canada, Squidney, Creature, Darryl [152][153][154][155]
Matt Cullen United States Cully, Dad, Ageless Wonder [156][62][157]
Mariusz Czerkawski Poland The Polish Prince [158]
Evgenii Dadonov Russia Daddy, Dad, Big Daddy, Dads, Geno [1]
Ken Daneyko Canada Mr. Devil, Dano [159]
Pavel Datsyuk Russia The Magic Man, Pasha, Houdini [160]
Clarence Day Canada Hap, Happy [161]
Alex DeBrincat United States Cat, Brinksy, Kitty [162][163]
Jake DeBrusk Canada Jake the Snake, Snek, Bruskie, Jake from State Farm, Chef DeBrusk, JD [164]
Aaron Dell Canada Dellicious, Deller, World's Okayest Goalie [165][166]
Alex Delvecchio Canada Fats [167]
Michael Del Zotto Canada DZ, Delly, Del-Z, MDZ, DJ MDZ [168][169]
Dylan DeMelo Canada Dilly, The Dog, Rou-Rou
Jason Demers Canada Dems [170]
Nathan Dempsey Canada Demmer [171]
Eric Desjardins Canada Rico [172]
Brenden Dillon Canada Dilly
Marcel Dionne Canada Little Beaver [173]
Rick DiPietro United States DiPi, Ricky D., Ricky Deep, Rico, Rickety DiPietro, Injured [174][175]
Shane Doan Canada Doaner
Tie Domi Canada The Albanian Assassin [176]
Ryan Donato United States Donut, Dunkin' Donato, Donatello
Joonas Donskoi Finland Donkey, Donks, Donny, The Donfather, Donscore [177]
Ed Dorohoy Canada The Great Gabbo [178]
Leon Draisaitl Germany Leo, Dr. Drai, The Chronic Scorer, Neon Leon, The Deutschland Dangler, Fratty Dratty, Dr. Aisaitl [179]
Ken Dryden Canada The Thinker, Thieving Giraffe, Octopus [2]
Brandon Dubinsky United States Dubi
Devan Dubnyk Canada Dubey
Pierre-Luc Dubois Canada PLD
Matt Duchene Canada Dutchy
Woodrow Dumart Canada Woody, Porky [64]
Andre Dupont Canada Moose [180]
Pascal Dupuis Canada Duper, Super Duper [181][182][183]
Steve Durbano Canada Durby, Demolition Durby
Mervyn Dutton Canada Red [184]
Radek Dvorak Czech Republic The Keyboard [185]
Cecil Dye Canada Babe
Jordan Eberle Canada Ebs, Mr. Clutch, Gary [28]
Alex Edler Sweden Eagle
Joel Edmundson Canada Eddy, Steady Eddy, Crop Top King
Nikolaj Ehlers Denmark Fly, Danish Dash, Great Dane, Little Buddy Nik [186][187]
Lars Eller Denmark Larry, The Great Dane, L'Harceleur, Tiger
Brian Elliott Canada Moose, Ells
Leighton Emms Canada Hap [188]
Tobias Enstrom Sweden Toby
Loui Eriksson Sweden King Loui, Loui the Great, Little Things Loui
Phil Esposito Canada Espie, Espo
Tony Esposito Canada Tony O [189]
Bob Essensa Canada Goalie Bob, Sense, Enzo, Backup Bob [2]
Bill Ezinicki Canada Wild Bill
Todd Fedoruk Canada The Fridge [190]
Andrew Ference Canada Captain Planet, Ferknuckle
Ray Ferraro Canada Chicken Parm [191]
Valtteri Filppula Finland Flipper, Spatula, Filthy Mitts
Frank Finnigan Canada The Shawville Express [192]
Tomas Fleischmann Czech Republic The Flash [193]
Bill Flett Canada Cowboy [194]
Marc-Andre Fleury Canada Flower, Rebounds, Eggshell, MAF, GAF, The G.O.A.T.
Ron Flockhart Canada Flockey Hockey [195]
Warren Foegele Canada McLovin, Warr En Fuego
Lou Fontinato Canada Leaping Louie [196]
Adam Foote Canada Footer, Footy
Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson Sweden JFK, Scrabble
Peter Forsberg Sweden Foppa, Peter the Great [197]
Jimmy Fowler Canada The Blonde Bouncer [198]
Ron Francis Canada Ronnie Franchise
Johan Franzen Sweden Mule [199]
Grant Fuhr Canada Coco [64]
Link Gaetz Canada The Missing Link [126]
Norman Gainor Canada Dutch [200]
Alexander Galchenyuk Belarus Belarusian Bonbon [201]
Alex Galchenyuk United States Chucky, A.Gally [201]
Brendan Gallagher Canada Gally, B.Gally [201]
Jake Gardiner United States Gards, Silver Stick [202]
Jason Garrison Canada Boom Boom
Johnny Gaudreau United States Johnny Hockey, Johnny Ham and Cheese [203]
Paul Gaustad United States Goose [204]
Eric Gelinas Canada The Truth (only his shot) [205]
Martin Gelinas Canada The Eliminator [206]
Bernie Geoffrion Canada Boom-Boom [207]
Blake Geoffrion Canada Bam-Bam [207]
Ryan Getzlaf Canada Getz, Getzy, Clutch, Captain Rogaine
Jean-Sebastien Giguere Canada Jiggy [208]
Hal Gill United States Skillsie, USS Gill [209]
Clark Gillies Canada Jethro [210]
Doug Gilmour Canada Killer, Dougie [211]
Zemgus Girgensons Latvia The Latvian Locomotive, Z
Claude Giroux Canada G, Ginger, G-zus [212]
Alex Goligoski United States Go-Go, Goose [213]
Nikolay Goldobin Russia Goldy [214]
Scott Gomez United States Gomer [215]
Sergei Gonchar Russia Gonch, Benjamin Button [183][216]
Larry Goodenough Canada Izzy [217]
Shayne Gostisbehere United States Ghost, Ghost-Bear, The Holy Ghost, God [218]
Mikhail Grabovski Belarus Grabo, Crosbovski, Garbageovski [9]
Mikael Granlund Finland Granny, Granny Smith [219]
Gilles Gratton Canada Gratoony the Loony [220]
Josh Green Canada Anchorman [221]
Mike Green Canada Game Over [222]
Brent Gretzky Canada The Other One, The Not So Great One
Wayne Gretzky Canada The Great One, The Great Gretzky, Gretz, Douglas, Doug [223]
Matt Grzelcyk United States Gryz, Grizzly Bear, Mayor of Boston
Stu Grimson Canada The Grim Reaper [224]
Erik Gudbranson Canada Guddy
Jake Guentzel United States Guentz, Guentzy, Jake 'N' Bake, Gunslinga
Armand Guidolin Canada Bep [225]
Carl Gunnarsson Sweden Gunner, Boom Boom [226]
Nikita Gusev Russia Goose [227]
Jonas Gustavsson Sweden The Monster, Gus [228]
Carl Hagelin Sweden Hags, Haggy [229]
Jaroslav Halak Slovakia Crackhalakin', Crackhalak, Jarooooooo, The Brick Wall [230]
Glenn Hall Canada Mr. Goalie [64]
Taylor Hall Canada Hallsy
Dan Hamhuis Canada Hammer
Dougie Hamilton Canada Dougie Style, Ham Mill
Andrew Hammond Canada The Hamburglar [231]
Michal Handzuš Slovakia Zeus [232]
Jannik Hansen Denmark Honey Badger
Carter Hart Canada Hartsy, Cahtah Haht, Starter Hart
Scott Hartnell Canada Hartsy, Bird Dog
Dominik Hasek Czech Republic Dominator, Hašan [233][234]
Dany Heatley Canada Heater, Fuckin' All-Star, 50 in '07
Johan Hedberg Sweden Moose, Yo-Yo [2]
Danton Heinen Canada Heinz, Ketchup, Heino, Danny, Danton First Leinen
Miro Heiskanen Finland Miro the Hero
Ales Hemsky Czech Republic Hemmer
Tomas Hertl Czech Republic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, Hertl Turtle
Ron Hextall Canada Hexy, Hex, Voodoo [2]
Mel Hill Canada Sudden Death [235]
Wilbert Hiller Canada Dutch
Flash Hollett Canada Flash [236]
Niklas Hjalmarsson Sweden Hammer, Swedish Missile Defense System, Toftbo [55][237]
Tomas Holmstrom Sweden Homer, Demolition Man [238]
Braden Holtby Canada Holtbeast, The Great Wall of Chinatown, Holtbae, The Beast, Holts [239]
George Horner Canada Red [240]
Patric Hornqvist Sweden Horny [229]
Bo Horvat Canada Bo Scorevat, Hotdog Horvat
Rejean Houle Canada Peanut [241]
Gordie Howe Canada Mr. Hockey [242]
Jiri Hudler Czech Republic Happy [243]
Cristobal Huet France The Man From France, CristoWall, Le Cousin, Hip-hip-hu-et [244]
Quinn Hughes United States Huggy Bear
Jack Hughes United States Lil Jizzy, The Big Deal
Bobby Hull Canada The Golden Jet [245]
Brett Hull Canada The Golden Brett [126]
Matt Hunwick United States Munch [246]
Al Iafrate United States Wild Thing, The Hammer [247]
Jarome Iginla Canada Iggy [248]
George Imlach Canada Punch [249]
Jaromir Jagr Czech Republic Mario Jr., Jags (pronounced "yags"), Jarda, The Ageless Wonder [250][251]
Harvey Jackson Canada Busher [252]
Marcus Johansson Sweden Mojo, Jojo, Mojo-jojo [253]
Chad Johnson Canada Ocho-Cinco, The Chad
Ivan Wilfred Johnson Canada Ching [254]
Ryan Johnson Canada Duce [50]
Andreas Johnsson Sweden Mango [255]
Jussi Jokinen Finland Juicey, Juice
Jyrki Jokipakka Finland Kevin [256]
Aurel Joliat Canada Little Giant [257]
Martin Jones Canada Joner, Jonsey, Game of Jones [258]
Curtis Joseph Canada Cujo [259]
Ed Jovanovski Canada Jovocop [260]
Bill Juzda Canada The Honest Brakeman [261]
Nazem Kadri Canada Nifty Mittens, Nazeem the Dream, Naz, The Dream [262]
Rudolph Kampman Canada Bingo [263]
Evander Kane Canada EK9
Patrick Kane United States Kaner, The Doctor, Peekaboo, 20-Cent, Lil' Peekaboo, Peeks, Dr. Kane, Showtime, Pattycakes, He Came He Saw He Kanequered, Jonny's Boy [264][265][266]
[267][268]
Kirill Kaprizov Russia Dollar Bill Kirill, Kirill The Thrill
Erik Karlsson Sweden King Karl, EK65, The Swedish Bobby Orr [269]
Melker Karlsson Sweden The Melkman, Melkin
William Karlsson Sweden Wild Bill [270]
Matt Kassian Canada Kassassination [271]
Zack Kassian Canada Kassquatch
Gordon Keats Canada Duke
Duncan Keith Canada Duncs, Jigsaw [264]
Chris Kelly Canada Cageface, The 3 Million Dollar Man
Leonard Kelly Canada Red [272]
Ted Kennedy Canada Teeder [273]
Tyler Kennedy Canada TK [181]
Ryan Kesler United States Kes, Guzzler, Beast Mode, [274]
Phil Kessel United States Phil the Thrill, The Phil, Philly Cheese, The Philash, Hotdog Boy, A Stanley Cup Champion [275]
Nikolai Khabibulin Russia The 'Bulin Wall [55]
Anton Khudobin Russia Dobby [276]
Hec Kilrea Canada Hurricane
Miikka Kiprusoff Finland Kipper, Finnisher [2]
John Klingberg Sweden Klinger, The Ghost of Gothenburg
Joe Klukay Canada The Duke of Padocah [277]
Chuck Kobasew Canada Chuckie [278]
Saku Koivu Finland Captain K [279]
Olaf Kolzig Germany Ollie the Goalie, Zilla, Godzilla, Kolzilla, The O-liminator [280]
Leo Komarov Estonia Korporal Komarov, Leo, Uncle Leo, The Russian Finn from Estonia, Steve Dangles Man Crush
Vladimir Konstantinov Soviet Union The Vladiator, Vladdy
Travis Konecny Canada TK, Teeks
Anze Kopitar Slovenia Kopi, Kopistar, Raccoon Jesus
Joonas Korpisalo Finland Korpi, Magikorp
Ilya Kovalchuk Russia Kovy, $103 Million Dollar Man
Alexei Kovalev Russia AK27, Kovi, l'Artiste, Loafalev [281][282]
Chris Kreider United States Big Jet No Pilot, Kreids
David Krejci Czech Republic French Fries, Krech
Torey Krug United States Kreuty, Kruger, Torald
Chris Kunitz Canada Kuni, Kunikaze, The Koon, Kuny [183][229]
Sean Kuraly United States Sean Clutch-raly, Goose, Kuralz
Evgeny Kuznetsov Russia Kuzy
Kevin Labanc United States Bancer, Straight to the Banc
Leonard Labine Canada Leo the Lion [283]
Blaine Lacher Canada Locks, Lacher Monster, The Lach Net Monster [284]
Andrew Ladd Canada Gary [28]
Guy Lafleur Canada The Flower, Le Démon Blond [285]
Edouard Lalonde Canada Newsy [286]
Gabriel Landeskog Sweden Landy, Gabe the Babe
Dave Langevin United States Bammer [287]
Rod Langway United States The Secretary of Defense
Ian Laperriere Canada Mumbles, Lappy, The Sparkplug [288]
Georges Laraque Canada Douli, Big, The Vegan [289]
Igor Larionov Russia The Professor [290]
Dylan Larkin United States D-Boss
Michael Latta Canada Latts, Latvia, Steamboat [291]
Reggie Leach Canada The Riverton Rifle [292]
John LeClair United States Johnny Vermont [293]
Nick Leddy United States Ledpipe, Ledds, Mumbles, Sled Dog, Ledd Dog [268]
Manny Legace Canada Legs, The God, The Ferret, Jimmy Buffett [2]
Robin Lehner Sweden Kraken, Panda
Jere Lehtinen Finland King of Little Things [294]
Mario Lemieux Canada The Magnificent One, Le Magnifique, Super Mario, Ace [295][229]
Kris Letang Canada Tanger, Bang Bang [296]
Mark Letestu Canada The Test Tube [62]
Nicklas Lidstrom Sweden Lids, The Perfect Human [5][297]
Oskar Lindblom Sweden Lindy, Piano Man
Trevor Linden Canada Captain Canuck, Captain Clutch [298]
Ted Lindsay Canada Terrible Ted [299]
Ken Linseman Canada The Rat [300]
Milan Lucic Canada Looch, Lurch, Loooooooch, Mean Milan [301]
Harry Lumley Canada Apple Cheeks [302]
Henrik Lundqvist Sweden King Henrik, Hank, The King, Henke [303]
Roberto Luongo Canada Lou, Bobby-Lu, Bingo Bango Bongo Luongo, Strombone [304]
Joffrey Lupul Canada King Joffrey, Lupes (Loops), Beautiful, Handsome, Good Looking, Classy Seguin, Fruit Loops, GQ
Nathan MacKinnon Canada NateDogg, The Dog [305]
John Madden Canada Mad Dog, Coach [111]
Frank Mahovlich Canada The Big M [306]
Peter Mahovlich Canada The Little M [307]
Evgeni Malkin Russia Geno, Geno Machine-o, The Bully, Russian Bear [308][309]
Greg Malone Canada Bugsy [310]
Ryan Malone United States Bugsy [311]
Cale Makar Canada Rosy-cheeked Angel
Harold March Canada Mush [312]
Brad Marchand Canada Marchy, The Rat, Nose Face Killah, Little Ball of Hate, Squirrel, Ratatouille [313][314][246]
Patrick Marleau Canada Patty, Mr. San Jose, Mr. Shark
Andrei Markov Russia The General
Mitch Marner Canada Magic Mitch, Mitchy, Micky Mouse, The Magician, Marns [315]
Patrick Maroon United States Big Rig, Fat Pat, Fatty Patty, Hometown Hero
Paul Martin United States Paulie, Paul-Martin-American-Hero, Marty, Pistol [181]
Brad May Canada May Day
Jamal Mayers Canada Jammer [55]
Auston Matthews United States Ajuice, Knees Breathin' Heavy, Matts, The Big Cactus, Savior of Toronto, Fivehead, Papi
Charlie McAvoy United States Chuckie Bright Lights, Cheeks, Bonafide Stallion, Chaz
Connor McDavid Canada McJesus [316]
Ryan McDonagh United States Mac Truck
Wilfred McDonald Canada Bucko [317]
Curtis McElhinney Canada McBackup, Tabasco [318]
Frank McGee Canada One-Eyed [64]
Kirk McLean Canada Captain Kirk, Mack, McGoalie, The Iceman, The Scot [2]
Jamie McLennan Canada Noodles [2]
Adam McQuaid Canada Darth Quaider, Splodey Bones, Quaider
Timo Meier Switzerland Timo Time
Mark Messier Canada Moose, The Messiah, The Captain, Satan, MoFo [319]
Marc Methot Canada Meth, The Mayor
Stan Mikita Slovakia
Canada
Stosh, Stan The Man
Milan Michalek Czech Republic 9MM
Colin Miller Canada Chiller [320]
Drew Miller United States The Silver Fox
Kevan Miller United States Killer
Ryan Miller United States Miller Time, Milzy
Willie Mitchell Canada Bill Pickle [221]
Mike Modano United States Mo, Mikey Mo, Mighty Mo, Magic Mo
Alexander Mogilny Russia AlMo, Alexander the Great [321]
Al Montoya United States The Big Cuban, Monty [2]
Andy Moog Canada Papa Moog, Peaches, Moger, Squeaky, Dennis The Menace [2]
Howie Morenz Canada The Stratford Streak, The Mitchell Meteor [322]
Ken Morrow United States Wolfman [323]
Kirk Muller Canada Captain Kirk [324]
Douglas Murray Sweden Crankshaft, Cranky [111][325]
Matt Murray Canada Murr, Murrdawg, Muzz [326]
Tyler Myers Canada The Big Easy, Big Tex [327]
Evgeni Nabokov Russia
Kazakhstan
Nabby, John [2]
Lou Nanne Canada Sweet Lou from the Soo [328]
Mats Näslund Sweden Le Petit Viking
James Neal Canada Lazy, Nealer, Real Deal [329][330]
Martin Nečas Czech Republic Junior, Marty Junior, Nachos, Sugar Boo
Chris Neil Canada Neiler
Brock Nelson United States Brock 'n' Roll, The Pocket-Brocket, Brocky Mountain High
Scott Nichol Canada Scooter [111]
Bernie Nicholls Canada The Pumper Nicholl Kid [331]
Antti Niemi Finland Nemo, The Finnish Fortress [2]
Joe Nieuwendyk Canada Nieuwy, Nieuws, Nieuwsy [332]
Frank Nighbor Canada The Pembroke Peach [333]
Chris Nilan United States Knuckles [334]
Matt Niskanen United States Nisky, Tuna, Steadzo Glensky [335][336]
Antero Niittymaki Finland Frank, Niitty
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Canada Nuge, RNH [264]
Gustav Nyquist Sweden Goose, Gus
Shane O'Brien Canada SOB [337]
Herbert O'Connor Canada Buddy
John O'Flaherty Canada Peanuts [338]
Jamie Oleksiak Canada Big Rig [339]
Steve Oleksy United States Binky [62]
Ryan O'Reilly Canada Radar, ROR, Factor, Ryno, Snook, The O'Reilly Factor [340]
Dmitry Orlov Russia Snarls
Brooks Orpik United States Free Candy, Brooksie, Batya, Orpy [62][182][341][342]
Chris Osgood Canada The Wizard of Oz, Ozzie [2]
T. J. Oshie United States T. J. Sochi, Broshie, Flowshie, Osh, Yoshi, Oshbabe, Oshov
Alexander Ovechkin Russia Ovi, Alexander the Great, The Great Eight, Ov8chkin, Ovie, O, Mama Bear [343][344]
Sandis Ozolinsh Latvia Ozo
Max Pacioretty United States MaxPac, Patchy, Patch, Patches, Pac Man, Wolverine, Patioready [345]
Jean-Gabriel Pageau Canada Pager, J-G, JGP, Honey Badger [346]
Daniel Paille Canada Yippee-Paille, Pailze
Zigmund Palffy Slovakia Ziggy [347]
Kyle Palmieri United States Palms [348]
Nick Palmieri United States Napalm [349]
Artemi Panarin Russia The Breadman, Bread, Yeast Mode, Yeast Infection
Colton Parayko Canada Parry, Gumby, Colt55
Scott Parker United States The Sheriff
Mark Parrish United States Grumpy [111]
David Pastrnak Czech Republic Pasta, Pastrnasty, Krejci 2.0, Alfredo, Noodles
Joe Pavelski United States The Big Pavelski, Pavs, Little Joe, The Weasel, Joe Money, Captain America, Cap [350]
Michael Peca Canada Captain Crunch [351]
Theo Peckham Canada Teddy Peckman
Dustin Penner Canada Pancakes [352]
David Perron Canada DP57, French Toast
Corey Perry Canada The Worm
Elias Pettersson Sweden Petey, Dekey Pete, EP, The Golden Boy, The Alien
Marcus Pettersson Sweden Dragon
Rich Peverley Canada Raptor Jesus, Pevs [353]
Dion Phaneuf Canada D, Neuf, Neufy, Double Dion, Pylon, Traffic cone, Sloppy Seconds, Dion Phagoof, Phafy [354]
Chris Phillips Canada Big Rig [355]
Calvin Pickard Canada Picks
Alex Pietrangelo Canada Petro, Neck, Peter Angelo, Cousin Alex
Alf Pike Canada The Embalmer [356]
Jacques Plante Canada Jake the Snake
Jason Pominville Canada The Mayor, Jason PominP, PomPom, Pomer
Felix Potvin Canada The Cat [357]
Walter Pratt Canada Babe [358]
Carey Price Canada Pricey, Pricer, Jesus Price, The Price is Right/Wrong, Carey the Cup, Garey [359][360][361]
Brandon Prust Canada Prusty [362]
Jesse Puljujarvi Finland The Bison King
Cliff Purpur Canada Fido [363]
Andre Racicot Canada Red Light [364]
Mikko Rantanen Finland Big Moose, The Fantastic Finn, Hot Wheels
Tuukka Rask Finland Tuukk, "Two U's Two K's, Two Points", Tuukks, TUU-KKA, Tuukka-Time
Andrew Raycroft Canada Razor [2]
Ryan Reaves Canada Reaver, The Grim Reaver, Mr. Glitch, Reavo
Mark Recchi Canada The Wrecking Ball, Rex [365]
Earl Reibel Canada Dutch [366]
Robert Reichel Czech Republic Albi, Captain Czech
James Reimer Canada Optimus Reim, Busta Reim, The Statue, The Reim Minister of Defence, Magic Angel Robot from Winnipeg [367]
Glenn Resch Canada Chico [368]
Mike Ribeiro Canada Mickey Ribs [369]
Henri Richard Canada The Pocket Rocket [370]
Maurice Richard Canada The Rocket [371]
David Rittich Czech Republic Big Save Dave, Rittich Astley, RittichRolled [372]
Larry Robinson Canada Big Bird [373]
Luc Robitaille Canada Lucky [374]
Jeremy Roenick United States J. R., Styles [375][376][377]
Dwayne Roloson Canada Roli the Goalie [378]
Patrick Roy Canada Casseau, Saint Patrick, The Wall
Michal Rozsival Czech Republic Rosey [379]
German Rubtsov Russia The Germ [380]
Brandon Saad United States The ManChild, The Saadfather, Saader [55][381]
Joe Sakic Canada Burnaby Joe, Super Joe, Mr Clutch [382][383]
Ruslan Salei Belarus Rusty [384]
Sami Salo Finland The Finnish MacInnis [385]
Derek Sanderson Canada Turk [62]
Curtis Sanford Canada The Sandman [386]
Juuse Saros Finland Juice, Juicy Juice
Glen Sather Canada Slats [387]
Serge Savard Canada The Senator
Rob Schremp United States The Cocktail Schremp, Bob The Builder [388]
David Schriner Canada Sweeney
Dave Schultz Canada The Hammer [389]
Justin Schultz Canada Jeff, Schultzy
Jaden Schwartz Canada Schwartzy, Schwizzle Schwartz, Schwiz
John Scott Canada Goon, Legend
Ben Scrivens Canada The Professor, Scrivy, Scrivezina, Scrivin' Eagle [390]
Rob Scuderi United States The Piece, Scuds, Scudsy [391]
Brent Seabrook Canada Biscuit, Seabs, Seabsy [55][392][393]
Daniel Sedin Sweden Dank
Henrik Sedin Sweden Hank
Tyler Seguin Canada The Kid, Segs, Seggy, Too Segsy For His Shirt, Wifey [394][395]
Dennis Seidenberg Germany Seids, The German Hammer
Teemu Selanne Finland The Finnish Flash, Teukka Salama [396]
Devin Setoguchi Canada Seto, Gooch
Eddie Shack Canada The Entertainer [397]
Andrew Shaw Canada Shawzy, The Mutt, Scraps [398]
Patrick Sharp Canada Sharpy, Shooter [264]
Fred Shero Canada The Fog [399]
Eddie Shore Canada Old Blood and Guts, Mr. Hockey, The Edmonton Express [400]
Albert Siebert Canada Babe [401]
Wayne Simmonds Canada Simmer, Wayne Train
Harold Simpson Canada Bullet Joe [402]
Jack Skille United States Crash, Skills, JackJack, Skittles [403]
Jeff Skinner Canada Skinny, Skins, Justin Bieber of Hockey [404][405][406]
Warren Skorodenski Canada Score Against Me
Karlis Skrastins Latvia Ironman [407]
Jim Slater United States Jimmy Slats [408]
Jiri Slegr Czech Republic Guma (Rubber)
Billy Smith Canada Billy the Kid, Battlin' Billy, Hatchet Man [409]
Jason Smith Canada Gator [111]
Reginald Smith Canada Hooley
Ryan Smyth Canada Captain Canada, Smytty [410]
Vladimir Sobotka Czech Republic The Little Man with Gumption, Gumption, Sobi
Carl Soderberg Sweden The One-Eyed Swede, The Yeti, Soda
Marcus Sorensen Sweden Scorensen
Jaroslav Spacek Czech Republic Spacegoat, Mayonnaise
Brian Spencer Canada Spinner
Jason Spezza Canada Spezz Dispenser, Captain Giggles
Ryan Spooner Canada Spoonman, Spoons, DJ Spoons
Jared Spurgeon Canada The Spurgeon General
Jordan Staal Canada Jordo, Staalsie, Gronk, Shorty Jordy [111][62]
Steven Stamkos Canada Stammer, Stambot 3000
Wally Stanowski Canada The Whirling Dervish [411]
Tim Stapleton United States Stapler, Tiger, Buster, Stapes [412]
Alexander Steen Sweden Steener, The Fixer
Scott Stevens Canada Captain Crunch [413]
Jack Stewart Canada Black Jack [414]
Marco Sturm Germany German [246]
Nels Stewart Canada Old Poison
Serge Savard Canada The Senator
Tim Stützle Germany Jimmy, Jimothey, Timmy Stü, Jimmy Stü
P. K. Subban Canada Subby, Subs, Subbanator, The Turtle, Denzel [415][416]
George Sullivan Canada Red [417]
Mats Sundin Sweden Sudden [418]
Oskar Sundqvist Sweden Sunny [419]
Ryan Suter United States Farmer Strong
Brandon Sutter United States
Canada
Suttsy, Sutty, Flat Stanley, Goose, A-Rog [182][62]
Brent Sutter Canada Pup [420]
Duane Sutter Canada Dog [421]
Andrei Svechnikov Russia Svech
Niklas Svedberg Sweden Sveddy
Rick Tabaracii Canada Tabby, Hot Dog Style
Cam Talbot Canada The Goalbuster, T-Bot
Maxime Talbot Canada Mad Max, Superstar, Rocky [422]
Brandon Tanev Canada Rusty, Turbo, Tans, Tanny [423]
Vladimir Tarasenko Russia Frank, Vova, Vladimir Tarasenkshow, 'Senko, Vladdy, Tara, Big Daddy Vladdy
Tomas Tatar Slovakia Souse, Tatar Sauce, Hot Sauce, Trtko, Tuna
John Tavares Canada JT, Johnny T, Johnny Star Wars, Pajama Boy
Billy Taylor Canada Billy the Kid
Teuvo Teravainen Finland Turbo, Turbo Time, Finnish Cold
Chris Therien Canada Bundy [424]
Robert Thomas Canada RobTom, Matchbox, Smooth
Steve Thomas United Kingdom
Canada
Stumpy [425]
Tim Thomas United States The Tank, Tim Tom, Tiny Tim, Boston cab, The Stash [426]
Chris Thorburn Canada Thorbs, Thor [427]
Joe Thornton Canada Jumbo Joe, Big Joe [428]
Shawn Thornton Canada Sugar Shawn Thornton, The Boxing Bruin, Thorny
Chris Tierney Canada The Cobra [429]
Keith Tkachuk United States Big Walt [430]
Matthew Tkachuk United States The Rat King
Jonathan Toews Canada Tazer, Captain Serious, To-es, Jonathan Toes, Jonny, Captain Veggie, Captain Planet [431][432]
Ron Tugnutt Canada Tugger, The Accountant, Nuts [2]
Marty Turco Canada Turks, Turkey [2]
Garry Unger Canada Iron Man [433]
Steve Valiquette Canada The Big Valley, Big Bird, Big Valvoski, The Great Valvoski [2]
John Vanbiesbrouck United States Beezer, JVB [2]
Semyon Varlamov Russia Varly
Elmer Vasko Canada Moose [434]
Frank Vatrano United States Frank the Tank, Frankie V, The Springfield Riffle
Andrei Vasilevskiy Russia The Big Cat
Pat Verbeek Canada Little Ball of Hate [435]
Kris Versteeg Canada Steegs, Steeger, Beauty, Verbeauty [264][436][437]
Jimmy Vesey United States Kit Kat Legend, Jimbo, Ves (pronounced VEES)
Georges Vezina Canada The Chicoutimi Cucumber [126]
Jake Virtanen Canada Shotgun Jake, Big Tuna, Virts
Marc-Edouard Vlasic Canada Pickles, Pickle Jar, Eddie [111]
Jakub Voracek Czech Republic Jake, Snake, Scoracek, Voras [438]
James van Riemsdyk United States JVR, Reemer, James van Dreamsdyk, Better than Luke Schenn
Niclas Wallin Sweden The Gorilla, The Secret Weapon, Hamburgers [439]
Mike Walton Canada Shakey [440]
Chris Wagner United States Mayor of Walpole, Wags
Cam Ward Canada Wardo, The Warden, Net Warden [2]
Joel Ward Canada Wardo, The Big Cheese
Kevin Weekes Canada Cheesy, Weekesy, Shady 80 [2]
Ralph Weiland Canada Cooney [441]
Dale Weise Canada Dutch Gretzky, Des Louises
Marvin Wentworth Canada Cyclone [442]
Zach Werenski United States Z, Big Z [58]
Blake Wheeler United States Wheels, Big Wheels, Captain Wrench, Captain Handsome [443][444]
Ray Whitney Canada The Wizard [445][446]
Juha Widing Sweden Whitey, Flying Finn
David Williams Canada Tiger [447]
Justin Williams Canada Mr. Game 7, Stick, J-Dubs [448][449]
Tom Wilson Canada Whip, Willy, Willy Baby, Ten Train [450]
James Wisniewski United States Wiz [451]
Lorne Worsley Canada Gump, The Gumper [64]
Nail Yakupov Russia Yak City, Yak Attack, Yak, Bust
Kailer Yamamoto United States Honey Badger [452]
Doug Young Canada The Gleichen Cowboy [453]
Steve Yzerman Canada Stevie Wonder, Stevie-Y, The Captain [454]
Jeff Zatkoff United States Tishy, Mr. Game One [325]
Richard Zednik Slovakia Dr. Z
Henrik Zetterberg Sweden Ice Berg, Zata, Hank, Z [455]
Alexei Zhamnov Soviet Union
Russia
Archie [456]
Mika Zibanejad Sweden Zibby, ZBad, Dragon Ball Z, Zibanegod, DJ ZBAD, Bane
Sergei Zubov Russia Zubie [457]
Mats Zuccarello Norway The Norwegian Hobbit Wizard, Zucc, The Hobbit, Frodo, zucchini, Goon, The Lizard

Teams[edit]

Team Nickname Note
Anaheim Ducks The Mallards
The Mighty Ducks
Webbed-Toes
Quackers
Fowl
Dirty Birds
Arizona Coyotes Desert Dogs
Dogs
Phoenix Coyotes
'Yotes
Biz's Wagon
Boston Bruins B's
Big Bad Bruins
The Black and Gold
Bears
Spoked B
Spokes

Beasts of the East

Buffalo Sabres Katanas
Sabes
Sabs
Slugs
Swords
The True Wagon
Calgary Flames Fire
Smoke
Flaming C's
Flamers
Flaming Snot Donkeys (Former Third Jersey)

C of Red (Crowd)

Carolina Hurricanes 'Canes
Bunch of Jerks
The Whale (on Whalers Night)
[458]
Chicago Blackhawks B-Hawks
Blackbirds
Hawks
The Indianhead
Colorado Avalanche Avs
'Lanches
The Snowy A
[459]
Columbus Blue Jackets CBJ
Cannons
Jackets
Navy Blazers
Dallas Stars Sheriffs
Southern Stars
Yellow Stars
Detroit Red Wings Dead Wings
The Empire
The Red and White
Winged Wheel
Wings
Edmonton Oilers Oily Boys
Coilers
Florida Panthers Cats
Paws
Rink Rats
South Paws
Los Angeles Kings The Crown
Monarchs
Rink Royalty
Royalty
Minnesota Wild Brisket Bonanza
Minny
Mild
ManBearPigs
Montreal Canadiens Le Bleu-Blanc-Rouge (The Blue-White-Red; The Blue, White & Red)
Flying Frenchmen
Les Glorieux (The Glorious Ones)
Les Habitants
The Habs
Les Rouges
La sainte flanelle
Le Tricolore (The Tricolour; The Three Colours)
Le Canadien
Le CH
Le Grand Club
[460][461]
Nashville Predators Mustard Cats
Preds
Smashville
Dorktown Central
New Jersey Devils Devs
Jersey's Team
New York Islanders Fishsticks

Isles

New York Rangers Blueshirts
Broadway Blueshirts
Broadway Bullies
Rags
[462]
Ottawa Senators Sens
Pesky Sens
Philadelphia Flyers Broad Street Bullies
Fly Guys
The Orange & Black
Pittsburgh Penguins 'Guins
Pens
San Jose Sharks Fins
Fish
The Teal Team
Team Teal
Tuna
The Men of Teal
St. Louis Blues Bluenotes
The 'Notes
Tampa Bay Lightning Bolts [463]
Toronto Maple Leafs Bay Street Bullies
Blue-and-White
Blue Bombers
Buds
Hogs
Leafs
Leaves
Leafers
Laughs
Vancouver Canucks Canuckleheads

Nuckers

Nucks

Vegas Golden Knights Golden Misfits
Knights
[464]
Washington Capitals Caps
The Red Army
[465]
Winnipeg Jets The Airforce

White Out (Crowd)

The origins of nicknames (if known) are noted below. Several of the above are simply shortened names or plays on the current team name or jersey.

  • "Bay Street Bullies" - Toronto Maple Leafs: a play on Philadelphia Flyers' Broad Street Bullies. Originally used by the line composed of Gary Roberts, Shayne Corson and Darcy Tucker due to their gritty style of play and because the team arena is located on Bay Street.
  • "Big Bad Bruins" - Boston Bruins: During the late 1960s and early 1970s, the Bruins were known for their physical style of play as well as their success. During recent years, similarities have revived the name.[466]
  • "Broad Street Bullies" – Philadelphia Flyers: during the team's Stanley Cup runs during the 1970s, their home ice was the Spectrum on Broad Street in South Philadelphia and the team was noted for its physical play. The team currently plays in the Wells Fargo Center (which is also on Broad Street).
  • "Buds" – Toronto Maple Leafs: probably based on the team's use of a leaf as a logo, particularly the secondary logo which includes more tiny lobes than is common in most actual maple leaves - bearing a resemblance to other plants which are known for their buds.
  • Bunch of Jerks - Carolina Hurricanes: During the success of the unusual post game celebration called the "Storm Surge", many Canadian outlets called the practice "unhockey like" which led to Don Cherry on Hockey Night in Canada to call the 'Canes "a Bunch of Jerks" which Carolina took in stride.
  • "Cats" - Florida Panthers: the Panther is a cat.
  • "Golden Misfits" - Vegas Golden Knights: In reference to the expansion team status of the Golden Knights, the term was coined by one of its players Ryan Reaves.
  • "Les Glorieux" (French, "The Glorious Ones") – Montreal Canadiens
  • "Hogs" - Toronto Maple Leafs: based on Toronto's nickname Hogtown.
  • "The Katanas" - Buffalo Sabres: based on the team (Tokyo Katanas) the imaginary player Taro Tsujimoto was drafted from in 1974 by then Sabres' GM Punch Imlach, Katanas being an approximation for "Sabres" in the Japanese language.
  • "The ManBearPigs" - Minnesota Wild: in reference to the ambiguity of the team's logo as to what animal it depicts. It is a reference to the South Park episode of the same name.
  • "The 'Notes" - St. Louis Blues: abbreviation of "Bluenotes".
  • "'Nucks"Vancouver Canucks: abbreviation of "Canucks". (local press and fans)
  • "Les Rouges" – Montreal Canadiens: after the red colour of their jerseys.
  • "Slugs" - Buffalo Sabres: a disparaging nickname derived from their logo, which resembles a cross between a buffalo and a slug.
  • "Swords" - Buffalo Sabres: a nickname derived from their title, the "sabres", which is a sword.
  • "Sabs", Sabes - Buffalo Sabres: abbreviation of the name "Sabres".
  • "Le Tricolore" (French, "The Tricolour") – Montreal Canadiens: after the flag of France, which has the same colour scheme (blue-white-red).
  • "Southern Stars" - Dallas Stars: as opposed to the North Stars, who they replaced.
  • "Tomales" – Toronto Maple Leafs: taken from the first two letters of the team's full name ('TO'ronto 'MA'aple 'LE'afS).
  • "Dead Wings" - Detroit Red Wings: nickname given by the rivaled Hawks fans.
  • "La sainte flanelle" (French, "The Holy Flannel") - Montreal Canadiens : Maurice Richard came back on the ice after being cut to the head to score the Stanley Cup winning goal against Boston Bruins in 1953. His jersey was full of blood.

Defunct teams[edit]

Team Nickname Note
Atlanta Flames Fire
Atlanta Thrashers Thrash
California/Oakland (Golden) Seals Golden Oldies
Cleveland Barons Blood Barons
Bloody Barons
Hamilton Tigers Tiger-Cats
Ti-Cats
Hartford Whalers The Whale
Harpoons
Forever .500s
Montreal Maroons 'Roons
Quebec Nordiques The 'Diques (Dekes)
Nords
Le fleur-de-lysée (the lily flower)
Les Nords

Arenas[edit]

This is a list of hockey arena nicknames and their home teams; nicknames are often merely abbreviations of the full name; otherwise, the origin of the nickname (if known) is noted.

See also[edit]

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