NHL 2021-22: Your Complete Guide to Custom Twitter Hashtags

If you’re not taking advantage of every facet of your hockey fandom, then you’re missing out. I’m here to make sure you’re set up to do just that, with the most complete hashtags guide you’ll want to refer to throughout the NHL’s 2021-22 campaign. Enjoy.

An Annual Occurrence

As a lifelong hockey fan, and someone who has embraced social media since its inception, I’ve yet to look away from the moment I took notice of the NHL’s custom Twitter hashtags. Both because it’s an important way to stay relevant in every discussion and I’m simply a sucker for that type of online aesthetic.

Yet, I had continually encountered the same challenge every single season. Outside of the few hashtags that I used most often during any given campaign, I continually found myself searching the depths of the internet for the dozens of others that were out there.

Of course, I want my fellow fans to find my commentary. But getting into a rivals’ timeline is equally as relevant — if not more so.

It was like I was setting myself up for failure, with every Google search for a comprehensive list of NHL hashtags. All of which continually came up empty. So, I created it myself.

Beyond benefitting my own fandom, I knew there were others out there who faced the same frustrations. Struggling to find this seemingly easy to convey information. You, reading this right now, are the main reason I started what has now blossomed into an annual tradition.

And, if you think you have them all figured out from the 2020-21 campaign, you’re wrong. They change from time to time, as evidence in this year’s list.

Can you spot the new ones?

Every #HockeyTwitter Hashtag

Wondering how your rival’s logo looks online? Then use what you see below to get in their digital face the next time they hit the ice at your home rink.

Atlantic Division

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Metropolitan Division

Mr. Always Write, NHL Twitter Hashtags

Central Division

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Pacific Division

Mr. Always Write, NHL Twitter Hashtags

Copy & Paste Every Game

Want to make sure you stay engaged on game days? With the ability to copy and paste, there’s no excuse to tweet ineffectively.

Atlantic Division

Boston Bruins: #NHLBruins
Buffalo Sabres: #LetsGoBuffalo
Detroit Red Wings: #LGRW
Florida Panthers: #FlaPanthers
Montreal Canadiens: #GoHabsGo
Ottawa Senators: #GoSensGo
Tampa Bay Lightning: #GoBolts
Toronto Maple Leafs: #LeafsForever

Metropolitan Division

Carolina Hurricanes: #LetsGoCanes
Columbus Blue Jackets: #CBJ
New Jersey Devils: #NJDevils
New York Islanders: #Isles
New York Rangers: #NYR
Philadelphia Flyers: #BringItToBroad
Pittsburgh Penguins: #LetsGoPens
Washington Capitals: #ALLCAPS

Central Division

Arizona Coyotes: #Yotes
Chicago Blackhawks: #Blackhawks
Colorado Avalanche: #GoAvsGo
Dallas Stars: #TexasHockey
Minnesota Wild: #mnwild
Nashville Predators: #Preds
St. Louis Blues: #stlblues
Winnipeg Jets: #GoJetsGo

Pacific Division

Anaheim Ducks: #FlyTogether
Calgary Flames: #CofRed
Edmonton Oilers: #LetsGoOilers
Los Angeles Kings: #GoKingsGo
San Jose Sharks: #SJSharks
Seattle Kraken: #SeaKraken
St. Louis Blues: #stlblues
Vegas Golden Knights: #VegasBorn

Have Your Say on Social

Social media can be a wonderful place if we use it as it was originally intended – to connect. With that in mind, I want to hear from you.

Whether you’re looking to learn more about the sport, are ready to share your Stanley Cup prediction, or you just want to tell me that I can’t have two favourites teams, I’m ready to have those discussions. Are you?

On any given game day, including every moment in between and beyond, you’ll likely find me around #HockeyTwitter. Feel free to join me and be sure to add your team’s hashtag when you do.

Let’s have some fun this season

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Shaun
Freelance thinker, paying too much attention to digital aesthetic. Oxford comma enthusiast. Spider-Man supporter. Sports fan, with two favourite hockey teams.