7 Epic Hair Hockey Cards of the 1970s


The coifs of the 1960s were typified by the George Armstrong or Terry Sawchuk brush cut – “the sort of haircut you could set your watch by,” as Abe Simpson once said. But the boys were feeling the hippie vibes as the ’70s rolled on and started to let their freak flags fly. 1. 1974-75 O-Pee-Chee WHA #37 Mike Antonovich Strap on a bib and dig into this vicious salad. This was the ultimate intersection of Haight-Ashbury and ’70s hockey culture, with the luscious locks, the full forehead drape and that let-it-all-hang-out mustache. Antonovich, currently a scout for the Blue…

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