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Wild Mo Bro Power Rankings - Week 3

by Mike Doyle / Minnesota Wild

Well, it’s MOvember again and the Wild Mo Bros are back at it, growing their soup strainers for men’s health. Check out the Wild's MOvember page, presented by Jack Link's Beef Jerky, to join the team. You can also see all the cookie dusters at the team's photo gallery. Since the players are doing their part, is doing its part and trying to determine the best Wild moustache. Without further ado, here are the Week 3 Wild Mo Bros Power Rankings.

Milk Moustache Division

This Division needs to keep drinking milk, still couple years off from being able to grow a decent Mo.

Charlie Coyle – Some players just can’t participate in MOvember, but it’s not from a lack of trying. The power forward is a beast on the ice, but his cookie duster still needs some milk.

Wooderson Division

Division for Mos that are alright, alright, alright!

Darcy Kuemper - The netminder was recalled last week and he brought along his MOvember growth. The goaltender looks like he’s going to jump into an El Camino and head up to the Moon Tower. The thing we love about Kuemper and his ‘stache: He gets older and it stays the same age.

Kyle Brodziak – The veteran forward’s duster is a lot thicker, but I can imagine it driving to Houston to pick up some Aerosmith tickets after an all-nighter. Hey man, watch the leather.

The Three Musketeers Division

The Division for the suave swashbuckling ‘staches.

Justin Fontaine – Cleared of all charges of tainted muzzy hair, Fontaine jumps up the rankings. The forward looks like he could trade his hockey stick for a sabre and be just as comfortable in a sword fight as he is on the ice.

Nate Prosser - The blueliner’s moustache would fit right in with the Musketeers of the Guard. He could fight Cardinal Richelieu like he battles opposing forwards in front of the net.

Nino Niederreiter – The forward brings an “All for one, one for all” attitude on the ice and it carries over to his MOvember soup strainer. Niederreiter might be from Switzerland, but his Mo is straight out of 17th Century France.

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