Warm Up During Playoffs With These Hot Hockey WAGS [SLIDESHOW]

Hockey players have gone from being minor sports figures in America to now landing some of the most beautiful women. With hockey season coming into full swing, The Daily Caller looked at the most important statistic about players: how hot their women are.

Stars Hilary Duff and Carrie Underwood are among the beauties these guys have found, but there are some equally hot aspiring models that warm up the players after a cold game.

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  • Ok, so she's technically not a wife or girlfriend of any hockey player, but Paulina Gretzky is the daughter of The Great One, so she basically counts. (Photo: Instagram)
  • Sideline reporter Melanie Collins is the girlfriend of Florida Panther Scottie Upshall. Upshall definitely outkicked his coverage for being a relatively mediocre player (Photo: Twitter)
  • Nathan Horton, a winger for the Columbus Blue Jackets, is married to Tammy Plante Horton. Tammy previously was named Playboy's Co-ed of the week in 2004. Not too shabby. (Photo: Playboy)
  • Washington Capital's superstar Alex Ovechkin recently proposed to Russian tennis player Maria Kirilenko. It's easy to see what the attraction is. (Photo: Sports Illustrated)
  • Naomi Starr, an aspiring model, netted herself Bruins David Krejci as an athlete boyfriend. (Photo:
  • Hilary Duff is one of the ├╝ber WAGs. The former Disney star and musician married now-retired player Mike Comrie in 2010. The two had boy girl Luca in March 2012. Even though their marriage didn't last, her hotness does. (Photo: Maxim)
  • Gabrielle Velasquez is the girlfriend of Chicago Blackhawks' center Jonathan Toews. She reportedly works for a car dealership, but much is unclear other than she likes to post pictures of herself on boats, not that we're complaining. (Photo: Facebook)
  • Carrie Underwood made a lucky man out of Nashville Predators Mike Fisher in 2010. Underwood is known for her country vocal chops and her absurdly amazing legs. Photo: Reuters)

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