The ice crew. These are the girls that skate around on the ice at various times during the game and clear the slush. They have an actual purpose. They represent the team on and off the ice, and have no negative effect on the game. Sure, the outfits of some ice crews have been criticized for being too revealing, but I really don't see the big deal. I walk around at the beach in my bikini. La-dee-da.
The fan girls. These girls are generally fans because they think a specific player is cute. They ogle them during games, blog about them on Tumblr, and their tweets usually look a lot like this: "O0O0O0O0O0OH MYYYYY GAWWWDDD JONATHAN TOEWSS iiSS SO0O0O0O0O0O EFFING SEXii!" Female fans often say that they have "fan girl" moments when they ohhh and ahhh over a certain player. I myself am guilty of many fan girl moments (thanks Jack Skille). Again, these fans aren't detrimental to the game, just annoying %50 of the time.
The puck bunnies. These female fans have the most notorious reputations. Their one goal is to usually sleep with/date a player. Nothing more, nothing less. They're more or less a fan girl with a sexier agenda. Like ice girls and fan girls, they're harmless to the game of hockey. If they're cheering, well hats off to them then. If you're not ashamed of how you act with a hockey player behind closed doors, then own it.
The female fanatics. Plain and simple, we're like all the male fans, but with vaginas. Shocking notion, I know. We know the names and numbers of our players, who's good at stick-handling, which player should plant their sorry ass on the bench, what icing is, and how to say Hjalmarsson properly. We know the game of hockey, and we revel in that fact. Admittedly, we are prone to fan girl moments like any other heterosexual female who has ever seen a hockey-toned body topped off with a cute face and great hair.