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Playoff Mullets Signal Hawks Mean Business (In The Front)

Kane, Saad, Bolland and Oduya sport new playoff 'dos

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    NEWSLETTERS

    The Blackhawks are all business for the 2013 playoffs -- at least in the front.

    A few Chicago Blackhawks are sporting new hairdos to help kick off the playoffs Tuesday night.

    Patrick Kane is once again sporting his popular mullet look, prodded by friends and others in the organization.

    "It was one of those things that I didn't know if I was going to do it, but when push came to shove, it was something fun to do for the playoffs," Kane said.

    Brandon Saad decided to go with a mullet style as well, but the rookie has also set himself up for some razzing from his mates.

    "'Saader' looks like a high school quarterback ... circa '91 ... I think his girlfriend is the captain of the cheerleading team," teammate Jamal Mayers told reporters after Tuesday morning's skate-around.

    Dave Bolland and Johnny Oduya have decided to go with a different style altogether, shaving their heads for the playoffs.

    "We have a fun team and guys kind of wanna get in on that stuff and be a part of the team," Kane said.

    And if the Hawks take care of business at the front of the playoffs -- it could lead to the ultimate party in the back.