The North American Hockey League (NAHL) announced its Gongshow Flow of the Month winners for the month of March. This month the NAHL honored player Nick Miglio from the NAHL’s Bismarck Bobcats and fan Trevor Ruiz.
Miglio’s flow is in full playoff form and will be coming out all sides of his helmet when he and the Central Division Champion Bobcats take to the ice this upcoming weekend against Aberdeen in the first round of the NAHL Robertson Cup Playoffs. Miglio, who is from Boerne, Texas, has had a great season thus far for Bismarck, scoring 26 points in 55 games played. Heading into the playoffs, he is working on a three-game goal-scoring streak. His feathered, black hair has a nice ‘rock-star’ quality to it and certainly is at its fullest when blow-dryed.
The March fan award goes to Trevor Ruiz. Ruiz is a hockey player, but he has chosen the ‘mullet’ style of hair for his sick flow. As you can see, his hair has worked up some serious flow, especially in the back. The Riverside, California native plays hockey for the Toledo Cherokee in the 3HL. Toledo advanced to the 3HL’s Final Four this past weekend and no doubt, Ruiz’s flow helped him and the team have a very successful season.
Gongshow is the exclusive sponsor of the Flow of the Month promotion on the NAHL and Gongshow Twitter sites @NAHLHockey and @GONGSHOWGEAR. Fans and players alike are encouraged to submit photos of their best ‘hockey hair’ or ‘flow’ via Twitter and at the each of every month during the regular season, one fan and one player winner will be recognized on NAHL.com.
The NAHL is now accepting nominations for Flow of the Year. Check out all of the previous Flow of the Month winners and let us know your favorite Flow of the Year.
Gongshow Gear Inc. (Gongshow) is the Official Lifestyle Hockey Apparel of the NAHL. Gongshow is also the sponsor of the NAHL TV platform on the new NAHL website. In addition, Gongshow will be the title partner of the NAHL Lifestyle Player of the Year for Community Service Award given away at the end of the season to the NAHL player who best represents himself within his community combined with a positive lifestyle.