5 best flows from the NHL draft

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The NHL Entry Draft is a rite of passage for the game's future stars.

An opportunity to experience a moment of a lifetime with family, friends, and of course, throngs of hockey executives eager to find their next impact player or diamond in the rough.

It's also an excellent opportunity for these kids to show off their impressive hairstyles before prolonged helmet head and old age sets in.

Here are the five best flows from the 2017 NHL Entry Draft.

Nico Hischier

The top pick in this year's draft also has some top-notch flow. If Hischier takes as much care with the puck as he does with his hair, the New Jersey Devils got themselves a good one.

Drake Rymsha

First of all, the sheer amount of product it takes to keep this look together is impressive enough to make the list. Pulling the whole thing off, however, makes Rymsha's selection a slam dunk.

Timothy Liljegren

We'll see how long Liljegren's locks last in Toronto, as Leafs general manager Lou Lamoriello enforces a rule against unruly hair.

Robin Salo

Salo's mop matches quite well with his Islanders color scheme, but it looks like a trip to the ol' barber shop is in store for the youngster quite soon.

Noel Hoefenmayer

There's something slightly sinister about Hoefenmayer's hairdo, but that doesn't change the fact that the kid definitely has some sweet flow.

(Photos courtesy: Getty Images)

5 best flows from the NHL draft
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