Tag: nhl


Get to know your NHL Mascots! Meet Youppi! of the Montreal Canadiens.

19th February

Get to know your NHL Mascots!
Meet Youppi! of the Montreal Canadiens. ROCKET SPORT keeps Youppi! dry with his ROCKET DRYER UV on the road and his ROCKET Locker UV at Bell Center. Originally the mascot of the Montreal Expos since 1979, Youppi! lost his family when the baseball club packed its bags for Washington before the season of 2005.
Growing up in Quebec, Youppi! decided to stay home where, for over 30 years, he has made thousands of friends of all ages. As a free agent mascot, he was ecstatic to join the Canadiens, not only because it was an opportunity for him to pursue his role of crowd entertainer in a new home, but mostly because it gave him the chance to reconnect with his numerous friends.
On September 16 2005, Youppi! made history two ways, becoming the first mascot to … Read More »



Get to know your NHL Mascots! Meet Bailey @BaileyLAKings .

19th February

Get to know your NHL Mascots! Meet Bailey @BaileyLAKings …the friendly fiesty Lion from the Los Angeles Kings. ROCKET SPORT keeps Bailey dry with his ROCKET DRYER on the road and his ROCKET Locker at Staples Center.The mascot of the Kings since 2007 is Bailey, a 6-foot lion (6 foot 4 inches with mane included) who wears No. 72 because it is the average temperature in Los Angeles. He was named in honor of Garnet “Ace” Bailey, who served Director of Pro Scouting for seven years before dying in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Bailey is the second mascot, after Kingston the snow leopard in the early 1990s.



Get to know your NHL Mascots! Meet Vancouver Canucks FIN @CanucksFin

31st January

Get to know your NHL Mascots! Meet FIN @CanucksFin …the friendly Orca Whale from the Vancouver Canucks. ROCKET SPORT keeps FIN dry with his ROCKET DRYER on the road and his ROCKET Locker at Rogers Arena.
The Vancouver Canucks are members of the Pacific Division of the Western Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). The Canucks play their home games at Rogers Arena, formerly known as General Motors Place, which has an official capacity of 18,860.
FIN’s Favourites
Favourite Food: B.C. Salmon
Favourite Books: Moby Dick and Fin’s Friends books
Favourite Movies: Orca and Free Willy
Favourite Charity: Canucks For Kids Fund
Favourite Websites: Canucks.com, Canucks Kids Club
Least Favorite Team: Hartford Whalers
Hangouts: Rogers Arena, Canuck Place, Aquarium, Sea Wall
Special Skills: Shooting mist from his blowhole, playing goal (“Flops Like a Whale” style), signature head-bite, cheering on the Canucks!
Did You Know?
FIN is not a SHARK! I get … Read More »