List of ice hockey nicknames

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This is a list of nicknames in the sport of ice hockey.

Players[edit]

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

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PlayerNatNicknameNote
George AbbottCanadaThe Preacher, Rev[1]
David AebischerSwitzerlandAbby, Bisher[1]
Daniel AlfredssonSwedenAlfie[2]
Al ArbourCanadaRadar[3]
Colby ArmstrongCanadaArmy, Armdog, Armstrongov[5]
George ArmstrongCanadaChief[6]
Norm ArmstrongCanadaRed[7]
Jean-Sebastien AubinCanadaSeabass, Aubs[8]
Larry AurieCanadaLittle Dempsey[9]
Per Johan AxelssonSwedenP. J., Pebben, Axe[10]
Anton BabchukRussiaUkraineThe Anton, King Anton, Dear Leader[11]
David BackesUnited StatesInglorious Backes[12]
Garnet BaileyCanadaAce[13]
Irving BaileyCanadaAce[14]
Bill BarilkoCanadaBashin' Bill[15]
Tom BarrassoUnited StatesTomcat, Tommy B[16]
Aldege BastienCanadaBaz[17]
Jonathan BattagliaUnited StatesBates[18]
Ken BaumgartnerCanadaBomber[19]
Don BeaupreCanadaBobo, Donnie Bo[20]
Wade BelakCanadaThe Intimidator[21]
Ed BelfourCanadaThe Eagle, Eddie the Eagle, Crazy Eddie, Eddie the Billionaire[22]
Jean BeliveauCanadaLe Gros Bil[23]
Max BentleyCanadaDipsy-Doodle-Dandy[24]
Gordon BerensonCanadaRed, The Red Baron[25]
Andrew BerenzweigUnited StatesAndy, Bubba
Aki-Petteri BergFinlandBirdie, The King[26]
Patrice BergeronCanadaBergy[27]
Todd BertuzziCanadaBig Bert[28]
Kevin BieksaCanadaJuice, The Sheriff[29]
Martin BironCanadaBaby Dominator, The Thermometer[1]
Hector BlakeCanadaToe[30]
Sergei BobrovskyRussiaBob, Bobs, The Cop[1]
Dave BollandCanadaThe Rat, Greyhound, Bolly[31][32]
Peter BondraSlovakiaBonzai, The Special Agent[33]
Derek BoogaardCanadaThe Boogie Man, Boog[34]
Emile BouchardCanadaButch[35]
Georges BoucherCanadaBuck
Francis BouillonUnited StatesThe Cube, Frank the Tank[36]
Johnny BowerCanadaThe China Wall[37]
Dan BoyleCanadaBoiler[38]
Donald BrashearUnited StatesHuggy Bear, The Don, Brash, Big Rig[39]
Andy BrickleyUnited StatesBrick[30]
Frank BrimsekUnited StatesMr. Zero[30]
Rod Brind'AmourCanadaRod the Bod
Harold BroadbentCanadaPunch[40]
Walter BrodaCanadaTurk[30]
Martin BrodeurCanadaWallpaper, Marty, Uncle Daddy
Richard BrodeurCanadaKing Richard, Kermit[1]
Adam BrownScotlandThe Flying Scotsman
Ilya BryzgalovRussiaBryz, Mr. Universe, Universe, Breeze, Bryzaster[1]
Johnny BucykCanadaChief[41]
Peter BudajSlovakiaNed Flanders, Buds[42]
Pavel BureRussiaThe Russian Rocket
Adam BurishUnited StatesBur, Casanova, Patient Zero[43]
Sean BurkeCanadaBig Bird, Burkie, The Burke Wall[44]
Steve BuzinskiCanadaThe Puck Goes Inski[45]
Dustin ByfuglienUnited StatesBig Buff, Buff, Buff Daddy[46]
Dan BylsmaUnited StatesDisco Dan[47]
Kyle CalderCanadaGrease[48]
Brian CampbellCanadaSoupy, Rusty[49]
Gregory CampbellCanadaSoupy[50]
Daniel CarcilloCanadaCarbomb, Gorilla Salad[51][52]
Jim CareyUnited StatesNet Detective, The Mask, Ace[53]
Roman CechmanekCzech RepublicThe Roman Empire, Roman Candle, Checko, The Bipolar Goaler[54]
Erwin ChamberlainCanadaMurph, Old Hardrock[55]
Zdeno CharaSlovakiaBig Z[56]
Gerry CheeversCanadaCheesy
Don CherryCanadaGrapes[57]
Erik ChristensenCanadaCrusher[48]
Francis ClancyCanadaKing[58]
Victor ClapperCanadaDit
Wendel ClarkCanadaWendy, Captain Crunch[59]
James CleghornCanadaOdie[60]
Sprague CleghornCanadaPeg[30]
Mike ComrieCanadaThe Edmonton Kid, The Brick
Charlie ConacherCanadaThe Big Bomber[61]
Lionel ConacherCanadaThe Big Train[62]
Frederick CookCanadaBun[63]
Matt CookeCanadaCookie, Cookie Monster[64]
Carson CooperCanadaShovel-Shot[65]
Harold CottonCanadaBaldy[66]
Yvan CournoyerCanadaThe Roadrunner[67]
Corey CrawfordCanadaCrow, Crawf[68]
Sidney CrosbyCanadaDarryl, Sid the Kid, The Next One[69][70][71]
Mariusz CzerkawskiPolandThe Polish Prince[72]
Ken DaneykoCanadaMr. Devil, Dano[73]
Pavel DatsyukRussiaThe Magic Man, Pasha, Houdini[74]
Clarence DayCanadaHap, Happy[75]
Alex DelvecchioCanadaFats[76]
Nathan DempseyCanadaDemmer[77]
Eric DesjardinsCanadaRico[78]
Marcel DionneCanadaLittle Beaver[79]
Rick DiPietroUnited StatesDiPi, Ricky D., Ricky Deep, Rico, Rickety DiPietro[80][81]
Shane DoanCanadaDoaner
Tie DomiCanadaThe Albanian Assassin[82]
Ed DorohoyCanadaThe Great Gabbo[83]
Ken DrydenCanadaThe Thinker, Thieving Giraffe, Octopus[1]
Woodrow DumartCanadaWoody, Porky[30]
Andre DupontCanadaMoose[84]
Steve DurbanoCanadaDurby, Demolition Durby
Mervyn DuttonCanadaRed[85]
Radek DvorakCzech RepublicThe Keyboard[86]
Cecil DyeCanadaBabe
Jordan EberleCanadaEbs, Mr.Clutch
Leighton EmmsCanadaHap[87]
Tobias EnströmSwedenTobias, Toby
Tony EspositoCanadaTony O[88]
Bob EssensaCanadaGoalie Bob, Sense, Enzo, Backup Bob[1]
Bill EzinickiCanadaWild Bill
Todd FedorukCanadaThe Fridge[89]
Ray FerraroCanadaChicken Parm[90]
Frank FinniganCanadaThe Shawville Express[91]
Tomas FleischmannCzech RepublicFlash[92]
Bill FlettCanadaCowboy[93]
Marc-Andre FleuryCanadaRebounds, Flower, MAF
Ron FlockhartCanadaFlockey Hockey[94]
Lou FontinatoCanadaLeaping Louie[95]
Adam FooteCanadaFooter, Footy
Forsberg, PeterPeter ForsbergSwedenFoppa, Peter the Great[96]
Jimmy FowlerCanadaThe Blonde Bouncer[97]
Ron FrancisCanadaRonnie Franchise
Johan FranzenSwedenThe Mule[98]
Grant FuhrCanadaCoco[30]
Norman GainorCanadaDutch[99]
Jake GardinerUnited StatesSilver, Silver Stick[100]
Jason GarrisonCanadaBoom Boom
Paul GaustadUnited StatesGoose[101]
Martin GelinasCanadaThe Eliminator[102]
Bernie GeoffrionCanadaBoom-Boom[103]
Blake GeoffrionCanadaBam-Bam[103]
Jean-Sebastien GiguereCanadaJiggy[104]
Hal GillUnited StatesSkillsie, USS Gill[105]
Clark GilliesCanadaJethro[106]
Doug GilmourCanadaKiller, Dougie[107]
Alex GoligoskiUnited StatesGo-Go, Goose[108]
Scott GomezUnited StatesGomer[109]
Larry GoodenoughCanadaIzzy[110]
Mikhail GrabovskiBelarusGrabo, Crosbovski[5]
Gilles GrattonCanadaGratoony the Loony[111]
Josh GreenCanadaAnchorman[112]
Mike GreenCanadaGame Over[113]
Brent GretzkyCanadaThe Other One
Wayne GretzkyCanadaThe Great One, The Great Gretzky[114]
Stu GrimsonCanadaThe Grim Reaper[115]
Armand GuidolinCanadaBep[116]
Carl GunnarssonSwedenGunner, Uzi[117]
Jonas GustavssonSwedenThe Monster[118]
Glenn HallCanadaMr. Goalie[30]
Taylor HallCanadaHallsy
Scott HartnellCanadaHartsy, Bird Dog[119]
Dominik HasekCzech RepublicDominator, Hašan[120][121]
Johan HedbergSwedenMoose, Yo-Yo[1]
Ales HemskyCzech RepublicHemmer
Ron HextallCanadaHexy, Hex, Voodoo[1]
Mel HillCanadaSudden Death[122]
Wilbert HillerCanadaDutch
William HollettCanadaFlash[123]
Tomas HolmstromSwedenHomer, Demolition Man[124]
George HornerCanadaRed[125]
Rejean HouleCanadaPeanut[126]
Gordie HoweCanadaMr. Hockey[127]
Jiri HudlerCzech RepublicHappy[128]
Cristobal HuetFranceThe Man From France, CristoWall, Le Cousin, Hip-hip-hu-et[129]
Bobby HullCanadaThe Golden Jet[130]
Brett HullCanadaThe Golden Brett
Al IafrateUnited StatesWild Thing, The Hammer[131]
Jarome IginlaCanadaIggy[132]
George ImlachCanadaPunch[133]
Jaromir JagrCzech RepublicMario Jr., Jags (pronounced 'yags')[134][135]
Harvey JacksonCanadaBusher[136]
Ivan Wilfred JohnsonCanadaChing[137]
Ryan JohnsonCanadaDuce[29]
Jussi JokinenFinlandJuicey, Juice
Aurel JoliatCanadaLittle Giant[138]
Curtis JosephCanadaCujo[139]
Ed JovanovskiCanadaJovocop[140]
Bill JuzdaCanadaThe Honest Brakeman[141]
Patrick KaneUnited StatesKaner, Jonny's boy
Rudolph KampmanCanadaBingo[142]
Matt KassianCanadaKassassin
Gordon KeatsCanadaDuke
Leonard KellyCanadaRed[143]
Ted KennedyCanadaTeeder[144]
Ryan KeslerUnited StatesGuzzler[145]
Phil KesselUnited StatesPhil the Thrill[146]
Tyler BozakCanadaBozie, Flowzak, Phil Kessel's BFF
Joffrey LupulCanadaKing Joffrey, Lupes (Loops), Beautiful, Handsome, Good Looking, Classy Seguin
Nazem KadriCanadaNifty Mittens, Nazeem the Dream[147]
Nikolai KhabibulinRussiaThe 'Bulin Wall
Hec KilreaCanadaHurricane
Miikka KiprusoffFinlandKipper, Finnisher[1]
Joe KlukayCanadaThe Duke of Padocah[148]
Nicholas KobasewCanadaChuck[149]
Saku KoivuFinlandCaptain K[150]
Olaf KolzigSouth AfricaOllie the Goalie, Zilla, Godzilla, Kolzilla, The O-liminator[151]
Vladimir KonstantinovSoviet UnionThe Vladiator
Anze KopitarSloveniaKopi, Kopistar
Ilya KovalchukRussiaKovy
Alexei KovalevRussiaAK27, Kovi, l'Artiste, Loafalev[152][153]
Nikolai KuleminRussiaKulie, Kululemon
Leonard LabineCanadaLeo the Lion[154]
Guy LafleurCanadaThe Flower, Le Démon Blond[155]
Eduoard LalondeCanadaNewsy[156]
Dave LangevinUnited StatesBammer[157]
Rod LangwayUnited StatesThe Secretary of Defense
Ian LaperriereCanadaMumbles, Lappy[158]
Georges LaraqueCanadaDouli, Big, The Vegan[159]
Igor LarionovRussiaThe Professor[160]
Reggie LeachCanadaThe Riverton Rifle[161]
John LeClairUnited StatesJohnny Vermont[162]
Manny LegaceCanadaLegs, The God, The Ferret, Jimmy Buffet[1]
Jere LehtinenFinlandKing of Little Things[163]
Mario LemieuxCanadaThe Magnificent, Super Mario[164]
Nicklas LidstromSwedenLids, The Perfect Human[2][165]
Trevor LindenCanadaCaptain Canuck, Captain Clutch[166]
Ted LindsayCanadaTerrible Ted[167]
Ken LinsemanCanadaThe Rat[168]
Milan LucicCanadaLooch, Lurch[169]
Harry LumleyCanadaApple Cheeks[170]
Henrik LundqvistSwedenKing Henrik, Hank[171]
Roberto LuongoCanadaLou, Bobby-Lu, Lu-Bongo[172]
John MaddenCanadaMad Dog[48]
Frank MahovlichCanadaThe Big M[173]
Peter MahovlichCanadaThe Little M[174]
Evgeni MalkinRussiaGeno[175]
Greg MaloneCanadaBugsy[176]
Ryan MaloneUnited StatesBugsy[177]
Harold MarchCanadaMush[178]
Brad MarchandCanadaMarchmont, Nose Face Killah[179][180]
Brad MayCanadaMayday
Wilfred McDonaldCanadaBucko[181]
Curtis McElhinneyCanadaMcBackup, Tabasco[182]
Frank McGeeCanadaOne-Eyed[30]
Kirk McLeanCanadaCaptain Kirk, Mack, McGoalie, The Iceman, The Scot[1]
Jamie McLennanCanadaNoodles[1]
Adam McQuaidCanadaDarth Quaider
Mark MessierCanadaMoose, The Messiah[183]
Stan MikitaSlovakiaCanadaStosh
Milan MichalekCzech Republic9MM
Willie MitchellCanadaBill Pickle[112]
Alexander MogilnyRussiaAlMo, Alexander the Great[184]
Al MontoyaUnited StatesThe Big Cuban[1]
Andy MoogCanadaPapa Moog, Peaches, Moger, Squeaky, Dennis The Menace[1]
Howie MorenzCanadaThe Stratford Streak, The Mitchell Meteor[185]
Ken MorrowUnited StatesWolfman[186]
Kirk MullerCanadaCaptain Kirk[187]
Douglas MurraySwedenCrankshaft[48]
Evgeni NabokovRussiaKazakhstanNabby, John[1]
Lou NanneCanadaSweet Lou from the Soo[188]
Scott NicholCanadaScooter[48]
Bernie NichollsCanadaThe Pumper Nicholl Kid[189]
Antti NiemiFinlandNemo, The Finnish Fortress[1]
Joe NieuwendykCanadaNieuwy, Nieuws, Nieuwsy[190]
Frank NighborCanadaThe Pembroke Peach[191]
Chris NilanUnited StatesKnuckles[192]
Matt NiskanenUnited StatesNisky, Tuna[193]
Antero NiittymakiFinlandFrank
Ryan Nugent-HopkinsCanadaThe Nuge, RNH
Shane O'BrienCanadaSOB[194]
Herbert O'ConnorCanadaBuddy
John O'FlahertyCanadaPeanuts[195]
Ryan O'ReillyCanadaRadar, Ryno
Brooks OrpikUnited StatesFree Candy[196]
Chris OsgoodCanadaThe Wizard of Oz, Ozzie[1]
Alexander OvechkinRussiaOvi, Alexander the Great, The Great Eight[197][198]
LatviaOzo
Max PaciorettyUnited StatesMaxPac, Patches[199]
Zigmund PalffySlovakiaZiggy[200]
Nick PalmieriUnited StatesNapalm[201]
Scott ParkerUnited StatesThe Sheriff
Mark ParrishUnited StatesGrumpy[48]
Joe PavelskiUnited StatesThe Big Pavelski, Pavs[202]
Michael PecaCanadaCaptain Crunch[203]
Theo PeckhamCanadaTeddy
Dustin PennerCanadaPenncakes[204]
Rich PeverleyCanadaRaptor Jesus[205]
Dion PhaneufCanadaD, Neuf, Neufy, Double Dion[206]
Chris PhillipsCanadaBig Rig[207]
Alf PikeCanadaThe Embalmer[208]
Jacques PlanteCanadaJake the Snake
Jason PominvilleCanadaThe Mayor
Felix PotvinCanadaThe Cat[209]
Walter PrattCanadaBabe[210]
Cliff PurpurCanadaFido[211]
Andre RacicotCanadaRed Light[212]
Andrew RaycroftCanadaRazor[1]
Mark RecchiCanadaThe Wrecking Ball, Rex[213]
Earl ReibelCanadaDutch[214]
Robert ReichelCzech RepublicAlbi, Captain Czech
James ReimerCanadaOptimus Reim, Busta Reim, The Statue, The Reim Minister of Defence[215]
Glenn ReschCanadaChico[216]
Mike RibeiroCanadaMickey Ribs[217]
Henri RichardCanadaThe Pocket Rocket[218]
Maurice RichardCanadaThe Rocket[219]
Larry RobinsonCanadaBig Bird[220]
Luc RobitailleCanadaLucky[221]
Jeremy RoenickUnited StatesJ. R., Styles[222][223][224]
Dwayne RolosonCanadaRoli the Goalie[225]
Patrick RoyCanadaCasseau, Saint Patrick
Joe SakicCanadaBurnaby Joe, Super Joe, Mr Clutch[226][227]
Ruslan SaleiBelarusRusty[228]
Sami SaloFinlandThe Finnish MacInnis[229]
Curtis SanfordCanadaThe Sandman[230]
Glen SatherCanadaSlats[231]
Rob SchrempUnited StatesThe Cocktail Schremp, Bob The Builder[232]
David SchrinerCanadaSweeney
Dave SchultzCanadaThe Hammer[233]
Rob ScuderiUnited StatesThe Piece[234]
Brent SeabrookCanadaBiscuit, Seabs[235][236]
Teemu SelanneFinlandThe Finnish Flash, Teukka Salama[237]
Eddie ShackCanadaThe Entertainer[238]
Andrew ShawCanadaScraps, Shawzy
Fred SheroCanadaThe Fog[239]
Eddie ShoreCanadaOld Blood and Guts, Mr. Hockey, The Edmonton Express[240]
Albert SiebertCanadaBabe[241]
Harold SimpsonCanadaBullet Joe[242]
Jack SkilleUnited StatesCrash, Skills, JackJack, Skittles[243]
Karlis SkrastinsLatviaIronman
[244]
Jim SlaterUnited StatesJimmy Slats[245]
Jiri SlegrCzech RepublicGuma (Rubber)
Billy SmithCanadaBilly the Kid, Battlin' Billy, Hatchet Man[246]
Jason SmithCanadaGator[48]
Reginald SmithCanadaHooley
Ryan SmythCanadaCaptain Canada[247]
Brian SpencerCanadaSpinner
Jordan StaalCanadaGronk, Jordan Stall[48]
Steven StamkosCanadaStammer
Wally StanowskiCanadaThe Whirling Dervish[248]
Tim StapletonUnited StatesStapler, Tiger, Buster[249]
Scott StevensCanadaCaptain Crunch[250]
Jack StewartCanadaBlack Jack[251]
Nels StewartCanadaOld Poison
George SullivanCanadaRed[252]
Sundin, MatsMats SundinSwedenSudden[253]
Brent SutterCanadaPup[254]
Duane SutterCanadaDog[255]
Maxime TalbotCanadaMad Max, Superstar, Rocky[256]
Billy TaylorCanadaBilly the Kid
Chris TherienCanadaBundy[257]
Steve ThomasUnited KingdomCanadaStumpy[258]
Tim ThomasUnited StatesThe Tank, Tim Tom[259]
Chris ThorburnCanadaThorbs, Thor[260]
Joe ThorntonCanadaJumbo Joe, Big Joe[261]
Shawn ThorntonCanadaSugar Shawn, The Boxing Bruin
Keith TkachukUnited StatesBig Walt[262]
Jonathan ToewsCanadaTazer, Captain Serious, To-es[263]
Ron TugnuttCanadaTugger, The Accountant, Nuts[1]
Marty TurcoCanadaTurks, Turkey[1]
Garry UngerCanadaIron Man[264]
Steve ValiquetteCanadaThe Big Valley, Big Bird, Big Valvoski, The Great Valvoski[1]
John VanbiesbrouckUnited StatesBeezer, JVB[1]
Elmer VaskoCanadaMoose[265]
Pat VerbeekCanadaLittle Ball of Hate[266]
Georges VezinaCanadaThe Chicoutimi Cucumber
Marc-Edouard VlasicCanadaPickles[48]
Niclas WallinSwedenThe Gorilla, The Secret Weapon[267]
Mike WaltonCanadaShakey[268]
Cam WardCanadaWardo, The Warden[1]
Kevin WeekesCanadaCheesy, Weekesy, Shady 80[1]
Ralph WeilandCanadaCooney[269]
Marvin WentworthCanadaCyclone[270]
Blake WheelerUnited StatesWheels, Big Wheels
Ray WhitneyCanadaThe Wizard[271]
David WilliamsCanadaTiger[272]
James WisniewskiUnited StatesWiz[273]
Lorne WorsleyCanadaGump, The Gumper[30]
Nail YakupovRussiaYak City, Yak Attack, Yak
Doug YoungCanadaThe Gleichen Cowboy[274]
Steve YzermanCanadaStevie Wonder, Stevie-Y, The Captain[275]
Henrik ZetterbergSwedenIce Berg, Zata, Hank, Z[276]
Alexei ZhamnovSoviet UnionRussiaArchie[277]
Sergei ZubovRussiaZubie[278]

Teams[edit]

TeamNicknameNote
Anaheim DucksThe Mallards
The Mighty Ducks
Webbed-Toes
Quackers
Boston BruinsB's
Big Bad Bruins
The Black and Gold
Bears
Spoked B
Spokes
Buffalo SabresKatanas
Sabes
Sabs
Slugs
Swords
Calgary FlamesFire
Smoke
Flaming C's
Flamers
Flaming Snot Donkeys (Former Third Jersey)
Carolina Hurricanes'Canes[279]
Chicago BlackhawksB-Hawks
Blackbirds
Hawks
The Indianhead
Colorado AvalancheAvs
'Lanche
Mile High City
[280]
Columbus Blue JacketsCBJ
Jackets
Cannons
Navy Blazers
Dallas StarsSheriffs
Southern Stars
Yellow Stars
Detroit Red WingsDead Wings
The Red and White
Winged Wheel
Wings
Edmonton OilersGreasers
The Oil
The spOilers
Florida PanthersCats
Paws
Rink Rats
South Paws
Los Angeles KingsThe Crown
Monarchs
Queens
Rink Royalty
Royalty
Minnesota WildMinny
Montreal CanadiensLe 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)
[281][282]
Nashville PredatorsPreds
New Jersey DevilsDevs
New York IslandersIsles
New York RangersBlueshirts
Broadway Blueshirts
Broadway Bullies
Rangos
[283]
Ottawa SenatorsSens
Philadelphia FlyersBroad Street Bullies
Fly Guys
Orange & Black
Phoenix CoyotesDesert Dogs
Dogs
'Yotes
Pittsburgh Penguins'Guins
Pens
San Jose SharksFins
Fish
The Teal Team
Team Teal
Tuna
St. Louis BluesBluenotes
The 'Notes
Tampa Bay LightningBolts[284]
Toronto Maple LeafsBay Street Bullies
Blue-and-White
Blue Bombers
Buds
Hogs
Leafs
Leaves
Tomales
[285]
Vancouver CanucksThe 'Nucks
The Canuckleheads
Nuckers
The "Sucky Nuckies"
Washington CapitalsCaps
Eagles
The Red Army
[286]
Winnipeg JetsThe Airforce

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.

Defunct Teams[edit]

TeamNicknameNote
Atlanta FlamesFire
Atlanta ThrashersThrash
California/Oakland (Golden) SealsGolden Oldies
Cleveland BaronsBlood Barons
Bloody Barons
Hamilton TigersTiger-Cats
Ti-Cats
Hartford WhalersWhale
Harpoons
Montreal Maroons'Roons
Quebec NordiquesThe 'Diques (Dekes)
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.

Notes and references[edit]

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