Playoff beards have become the norm amongst NHL'ers nowadays, whether the players actually have the ability to grow them or not.  The beards are generally thought to be part of superstition as the best hockey players in the world try to remain in unison through a couple months of grueling play.

NBC Sports chairman Mark Lazarus was quoted today as saying, "I wish they all would stop growing beards in the postseason.  Let's get their faces out there."  Interesting thoughts from the guy at the top of the network which airs the Stanley Cup Playoffs.  Today we want to know--are you on board with the beards, or not?