Activities Sports & Athletics Top Hockey Songs Share PINTEREST Email Print Sports & Athletics Ice Hockey Best of Ice Hockey Basics Baseball Basketball Bicycling Billiards Bodybuilding Bowling Boxing Car Racing Cheerleading Cricket Extreme Sports Football Golf Gymnastics Martial Arts Professional Wrestling Skateboarding Skating Paintball Soccer Swimming & Diving Table Tennis Tennis Track & Field Volleyball Other Activities Learn More By Jamie Fitzpatrick Updated May 19, 2017 Ice Hockey is a rock and roll kind of game. From Stompin' Tom Connors to the Tragically Hip to Warren Zevon, here are the best hockey songs, capturing the spirit of a spin on the ice, a night at the rink or a game and a beer. 01 of 10 Fifty Mission Cap - The Tragically Hip MCA Records "Bill Barilko disappeared that summer/He was on a fishing trip/The last goal he ever scored won the Leafs the Cup." Great song by a first-rate rock and roll band. From their album "Fully, Completely." 02 of 10 Hockey - Jane Siberry "The sun is fading on the frozen river/The wind is dying down/Someone else just got called for dinner... Sunday afternoon." Siberry's wistful portrait of kid's hockey, which appears on her "Bound By The Beauty" album, is a minor masterpiece. There's also a terrific version on her live album, "Child: Music For The Christmas Season." 03 of 10 The Hockey Song - Stompin' Tom Connors "Oh, the good old hockey game/Is the best game you can name/ And the best game you can name/Is the good old hockey game." Any questions? Stompin' Tom's minimalist tribute is a toe-tapping classic. 04 of 10 Hockey Night In Canada - The Shuffle Demons The Demons kick off their album "Bop Rap" with this guerilla jazz take on the stately television theme song. Includes an appropriately frantic play-by-play break. 05 of 10 Gordie And My Old Man - Grievous Angels "Gordie and my old man on a Saturday night/Watchin' the Blackhawks and gettin' tight." This working class stomper closes the Angels independently released debut album, "One Job Town." 06 of 10 The Ballad of Wendel Clark, Parts I and II - Rheostatics "Well I heard Wendel talking to Dave Hodge last night/And he said that he was confident and keen./And he said that Jacques Plante didn't die so all of us could glide/He said that hard work is the ethic of the free." Guaranteed to bring a tear to the eye of any true Leafs' fan. The album is called "Greatest Hits." 07 of 10 The Lonely End of the Rink - The Tragically Hip I hear your voice ‘cross a frozen lake/a voice from the end of a leaf/saying, ‘you won’t die of a thousand fakes/or be beaten by the sweetest of dekes’. Another classic from a classic Canadian band. 08 of 10 Brass Bonanza Written by Jack Say, it was adopted as the theme song of the Hartford Whalers in 1975-76, the team's second season in the WHA. The Whalers are long gone, but Brass Bonanza remains one of the game's cult favorites. 09 of 10 The Zamboni Song - Gear Daddies "Now ever since I was young it's been my dream/That I might drive a Zamboni machine/I'd get the ice just as slick as could be/And all the kids would look up to me." This arena standard is a favorite with kids. A hidden track at the end of the album, "Billy's Live Bait." 10 of 10 Puck Rock, Volume 2 Hard to pick a favorite from this collection of bangers and grinders. "Blood On The Ice," perhaps. Or maybe "You High -Sticked My Heart."