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Author: Cat Silverman

Behind Frederik Andersen’s In-Game Tape Job

The Toronto Maple Leafs took home a sound win against the Winnipeg Jets on opening night – and starter Frederik Andersen looked rock solid in the 7-2 victory, to boot. Midway through the game, though, he was one of two Toronto players to get a slap on the wrist for equipment infractions. First, the team saw forward Leo Komarov earn a two-minute penalty for ‘illegal equipment’, with the officials citing his high visor placement as the culprit behind his punishment. Not long after Komarov was given his polarizing penalty, though, Andersen found himself under fire – and while he...

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Mike Condon boasts a sketched story on new mask

The Ottawa Senators decided that Mike Condon had done enough for them last year to keep him around long-term. After a disastrous year, thrown to the wolves by the Montreal Canadiens, the undrafted Massachusetts native found himself briefly with the Pittsburgh Penguins – then dealt to Ottawa, where he was expected to be a sporadic backup at best. Instead, he found himself thrust into an occasional starter role for the Senators, tasked with keeping the team in the playoff chase during a time when their beloved starter was home with his wife to support her during chemo treatments. Luckily,...

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Malcolm Subban heading for Vegas Golden Knights

An era of eternal optimism has ended in Boston. The Bruins drafted Malcolm Subban in the first round of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft over five years ago, hoping he would be the goaltender of the future they were looking for once Tuukka Rask’s reign had ended. Year after year seemed to pass without him ready to make the jump to the NHL. His first outing was one he likely wants to forget, and he posted just a .813 save percentage in all situations during his second-ever game at TD Garden. With more promise for former North Dakota backstop...

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Anders Nilsson brings usual mask design to new home in Vancouver

Anders Nilsson has found a mask design that he loves, and he’s sticking to it. The giant Swedish netminder has boasted a sleek, simple design on all of his masks over the last few years, with classic sticks crossing the front of the mask to cut into a team-themed background full of eye-popping color and subtle details. This year, he’s on to his fourth team in three years – but while his jersey may have changed, his design will remain the same: Anders Nilsson’s first Vancouver Canucks mask is created in the same school as his previous mask styles🥅🐳....

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Anton Forsberg lives and breathes Blackhawks with new mask

Anton Forsberg is on to a new opportunity. He’s off to the Windy City, where he’ll attempt to become the next success story behind Corey Crawford on the Chicago Blackhawks. He’s ready for the change of pace, after slipping down the depth chart for the Columbus Blue Jackets in recent years. That enthusiasm is what inspired mask artist Dave Gunnarsson to design his new mask – which, as Gunnarsson explains, will ‘live and breathe Chicago Blackhawks’ when he gets a chance to skate out wearing it: Anton Forsberg and I brainstormed a lot how to create his first Blackhawks...

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