In the history of hockey, JaromirJagr had one of the most popular mullets during his Pittsburgh Penguins days in early 90s. He complemented his free-flowing mullets with a single strand of feathered hair and a touch of mustache on his face. Jaromir became very popular as a style icon among the NHL fans when he wore his famous No. 68 jersey with this glorious haircut. There was also an interesting fact about his jersey number, which came to honor his grandfather, who died while in prison during Prague Spring rebellion that occurred in 1968 throughout Czechoslovakia. He was hugely endorsed by various big brands for his superb style statement which made him super rich.