The Second Annual Melrose Mullet Madness Gallery

Updated: April 13, 2007, 1:40 PM ET
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Back by popular demand, we bring you the Second Annual Melrose Mullet Madness Gallery!

Just like the playoffs, the mullet is another tried and true tradition in hockey. It's the only cut that we know that has its own motto: "business in the front, party in the back." The only hairdo to earn a line in one of the best movies of all time, "Cool Hand Luke." You remember, don't you, when Dragline yelled out "Mulletheads!"

So, Barry Melrose is back, giving his commentary and providing a new Mullet Grade System. In case you were wondering, "Five Barry Mullet Heads" is the best a 'do can do.

If you want more mullets, check out our first offering from last year.

BRENDAN WITT -- NEW YORK ISLANDERS
Brendan Witt
• Mr. Mullet's take: How can you not have Brendan on this list?! His face tells it all. That's hockey. Long hair and a black eye. Every hockey image should have a black eye and long hair ... and maybe missing a tooth. I don't know if Brendan has lost a few teeth. It's going to be very tough to be perfect in this gallery. (Photo: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
• MULLET RATING: Four out of five.

MULLETS IN NUMBERS -- RANDOM SUPER BOWL DUDES
• Mr. Mullet's take: Who are these guys?! You can give them a thumbs up for creativity, but it's fake hair. There's no fake hair in the NHL. I can't willingly give these guys any points. (Photo: Getty Images)
• MULLET RATING: Zero out of five.

THE WANNABE -- MICHAEL KEATON
Michael Keaton
• Mr. Mullet's take: I like Michael a lot, but this is too coiffed. You can tell he's been to a hairdresser, and that's not hockey. It's split perfectly down the middle, perfect length on both sides, too feathered. Nothing should be feathered in the NHL. And I don't see any scars. Hmm, maybe that's because he's an actor?! (Photo: CBS Archive/Getty Images)
• MULLET RATING: Three out of five.

GOING OLD SCHOOL -- BILLY RAY CYRUS
Billy Ray Cyrus
• Mr. Mullet's take: Unfortunately, Billy Ray's changed his hair style since his "Achy Breaky" days. Maybe that's because he now has a famous child (his daughter Miley stars as Hannah Montana). But the short on top, long at the back look is the epitome of years ago. It would be better if he had a black eye. Don't think Billy Ray has ever had a black eye. (Photo: Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images)
• MULLET RATING: Four out of five.

GOING REALLY OLD SCHOOL -- PAUL MCCARTNEY
Paul McCartney
• Mr. Mullet's take: Everyone is a Beatles fan, including me, but Paul doesn't tip the scales. It's too perfect. You can tell it's done up, and it's too poofy in the front. I think John Lennon would have sported a better mullet -- he was grittier. But neither was my favorite Beatle. That would be Ringo. (Photo: Getty Images)
• MULLET RATING: Three out of five.

GEORGE PARROS -- ANAHEIM DUCKS
George Parros
• Mr. Mullet's take: I love this guy. Love it! He's got the hair, and the soft-porn mustache to go with it. George got into Princeton. So, to have a hockey player that looks like this and to have him come from the Ivy League and have him be a fighter, too? That's just perfect. (Photo: Noah Graham/Getty Images)
• MULLET RATING: Four out of five.

THE CLASSIC -- BARRY MELROSE
Barry Melrose
• Mr. Mullet's take: Look at it, it's perfect. I was younger then. I lived it. And I have had the cuts and bruises. My secret for the perfect look: I still have all five fingers to style my mullet well. If I was a carpenter, I might not have such a perfect 'do. (Photo: Brad Watson/Getty Images)
• MULLET RATING: Five out of five. Pure perfection!