Muzzy. Caterpillar. Lip sweater.
There's an unmistakable accessory that tends to show up in hockey circles when the calendar flips to November, and once again, the classic moustache and the Movember movement have returned.
Some are strong while others are laughable, but no matter the participant's ability - or lack thereof - to grow a stache, the cause is alive and well, and more important than ever.
The Movember Foundation supports men's health, addressing issues like prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health and suicide prevention. The goal is to raise awareness and prevent men from passing prematurely with a number of ways to help.
The Nashville Predators have started their own Mo Team with players Nick Bonino, Filip Forsberg and Austin Watson, plus broadcasters Willy Daunic, Chris Mason, Hal Gill and Brent Peterson participating. Fans may donate to their favorite player or broadcaster's page - or they may create their own page and raise money by inviting family and friends to join the movement.
Then, there's the Smashville Challenge, which allows other companies and organizations to join the cause and unite as one super team.
So, visit the links above or click here for more information on the Movember Foundation and let that moustache shine.