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Nicole Hensley brings back trademark Team USA look for Olympics

Two years ago, Team USA goaltender and Colorado native Nicole Hensley broke onto the forefront of the international hockey scene when she recorded a shutout in her national team debut at the 2016 World Championships. Her impressive feat, which came at the tail end of an iconic four-year campaign with Lindenwood University, earned her a spot as one of Team USA’s regular starters for the 2017 competitive season – and she made waves with some pretty eye-catching patriotic gear. This year, she’s back with another set of hard-to-forget striped pads, but that’s not the only thing she’s bringing back...

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Henrik Lundqvist opts for chrome-based lid for Winter Classic design

Henrik Lundqvist is a creature of habit. His mask has carried a handful of similar themes and elements through the years, with a Statue of Liberty-inspired crown and a blue cage on the majority of his designs dating back over the last decade. For the Winter Classic, though, the King himself will debut a totally new concept – and it’s pretty excellent for a snowy, frozen mask debut: #Repost @hank30nyr ・・・ For a few years I've been going with the blue base and blue cage. @daveart told me about the new technology he uses for chrome, thats the new...

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Ondrej Pavelec goes clean and classic for WC outdoor mask

This year’s Winter Classic promises to be cold and cloudy, with a forecast only projected to top out at 14 degrees F (-10 C). While Ondrej Pavelec isn’t expected to get much ice time, though – we likely won’t see his mask for anything but warm-ups – he’s bringing arguably one of the best lids we’ve seen this year with him to the outdoor game, where it will join him on the bench in case Henrik Lundqvist needs some help. Pavelec’s first mask with the Rangers was crisp, clean, and retro, with classic New York City street signs used...

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Pickard given first official NHL start of 2017-18 season against old team

Calvin Pickard held one of the hardest jobs in the NHL last season. After two solid seasons of appearances at the NHL level for the Colorado Avalanche, he was promoted to backup in what was supposed to be an optimistic turn of events at the start of his 2016-17 campaign. Instead, he took over as full-time starter less than halfway through the season, shouldering a shockingly large percentage of the workload down the back stretch. He finished his first full season in the NHL with 50 games, most of which were played consecutively when the Avalanche shut down veteran...

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Johnny Bower passes at 93, leaves behind generational legacy

On December 26, 2017, the Bower family released a statement. Johnny Bower, the last living goaltender to win a Stanley Cup with the Toronto Maple Leafs, had passed away at 93-years old. “It is with great sadness that the Bower family announces the passing of Toronto Maple Leafs legend Johnny Bower earlier today after a short battle with pneumonia,” the official release reads. It is with great sadness that the Bower family announces the passing of @MapleLeafs legend #JohnnyBower after a short battle with pneumonia. (Photo courtesy of the Toronto Star) — John Bower (@Ooks_AD) December 27, 2017...

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