A little while ago, the National Hockey League posted a cute video that showed a couple kissing passionately.
In the clip, the woman in the shot is sporting a stunning black dress with a big floral pattern.
The husband, wearing a dark blue shirt and a blue tie, looks up at the camera with a look of excitement and admiration.
And, you guessed it, the wife also has a gorgeous outfit.
So, the NHL has done a bit of an artistic job of celebrating its own beauty, too.
And, if you want to know more about how the NHL sees beauty in its players, we’ve compiled a list of the league’s best players and their personal beauty.
Here’s a look at some of the players and what makes them tick.1.
Dany HeatleyThe 30-year-old Heatley, who plays for the Toronto Maple Leafs, is the league leader in scoring with 29 goals and 32 assists.
He’s also a fan favorite, as he’s been voted to the All-Star Game twice, most recently in 2014.
In 2016, Heatley won a Stanley Cup with the Toronto Marlies and is currently a member of the Toronto Olympic team.
His work ethic is a big part of why he’s a fan favourite and the league MVP.2.
Alex OvechkinThe Capitals star has a long history of winning the Norris Trophy as the league best player, and has been voted the league captain.
He is also the league rookie of the year twice.
Ove, whose NHL career began in 2008, has a passion for being the best at everything he does.
He says he always wants to improve his game, but wants to do so without being afraid of criticism.
He recently became the first player in NHL history to win the Stanley Cup twice, when he won it in 2013 and 2016.
He also won the Stanley War Memorial Trophy twice.3.
Nicklas BackstromThe former Washington Capitals defenseman is a three-time Vezina Trophy winner, which honors the NHL’s top goaltender, and the NHL scoring champion twice.
Backstrom is also one of the top goaltenders in the NHL.
He won two Stanley Cups with Washington and is a member in the 2017 All-Stars Game.4.
Alex PietrangeloThe Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman is considered one of, if not the most, skilled player in the game.
Pietratti has won five Stanley Cups, three Art Ross Trophies and two Stanley Cup titles.
He was voted to three All-Defence Teams as well as the NHL All-Rookie Team in 2017 and 2018.
He has also been a member on the All Star Game three times.5.
Erik KarlssonThe Swede has been a key part of the Pittsburgh Penguins franchise for the last four years, and his career has reached a peak with the Penguins, who have won the Presidents Trophy twice and the Conn Smythe Trophy twice each.
Karlsson is a seven-time All-star, as well.6.
Ryan GetzlafThe Ducks captain is one of just four players in NHL History to win two Stanley Awards, and he has won two Norris Trophies.
He scored a career-high 52 goals last season and is one goal away from becoming the first players in league history to score at least 51 goals in two consecutive seasons.
He will be inducted into the NHL Hall of Fame in 2018.7.
Evgeni MalkinThe Penguins superstar has won six Stanley Cups and three Art Rossi Trophies, including two MVP awards.
He led the NHL in goals in 2017-18 with 43.
He’ll be inducting into the Hall of Honor in 2018, and is also a member with the Chicago Blackhawks.8.
Alex SteenThe Pittsburgh Steelers star is one part of a long list of NHL stars who have reached the Stanley Final.
Steen won the Cup in 2016 with the Pittsburgh Pirates and was voted into the All Stars Game in 2016.
Steens best season came in 2016-17, when the Penguins won the first two rounds of the playoffs before falling in the first round in the conference finals.
He now has nine Stanley Cups to his name, and was a member as an All Star for the first time in 2017.9.
Evander KaneThe Montreal Canadiens star is a two-time Stanley Cup champion with the franchise.
He finished third in the MVP voting in 2017 with 22 points in 39 games.
Kane has been named the league player of the week five times in 2017, and received a nomination for the Calder Trophy once.10.
Connor McDavidThe Edmonton Oilers forward is a Hall of Famer who was the first rookie to win NHL Rookie of the Year since 2004.
He made his NHL debut on April 17, 2018 against the Boston Bruins.
He started all 23 games he played in 2017 as the Oilers went on to win three of their final four regular season games to finish in third place in the Western Conference.