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Sergei Bobrovsky joins goaltenders with new World Cup masks

Another day, another World Cup of Hockey goaltending mask has been debuted – this time for Russian goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky, who will take the net for his country as a representative of the Columbus Blue Jackets: In yet another example of Swedish mask artist Dave Gunnarsson‘s impressive design mastery, Bobrovsky’s mask pays tribute to Russia in a concept he calls “Brick by Brick”. “Sergei Bobrovsky’s World Cup mask lives and breathes Russia in every detail??,” wrote Gunnarsson, via Facebook. “It is created as a storyteller mask, and it transforms into a book the closer you come.” The mask is subtly...

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Braden Holtby World Cup mask features new Canadian logo

Braden Holtby fans are likely hoping that the goaltender, who took home the Vezina Trophy this summer for his dominant 2015-16 season, will get some time in net for Team Canada at the upcoming World Cup of Hockey. He’ll have to compete, of course, with the 2015 Vezina winner, Carey Price, and Chicago Blackhawks mainstay Corey Crawford. Whether he’s given significant time in net or not, though, he’ll take the ice in style with his new mask: (S/t to the Washington Capitals official Twitter account for debuting the mask on Tuesday) With what looks like another home-run design from...

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Joonas Korpisalo brings Columbus Cannon into focus with new mask

Last season, Columbus Blue Jackets goaltender Joonas Korpisalo had an AHL-centric mask, with the Lake Erie ‘Monster’ featured on either sides of the design. This year, though, he’s paying homage to the big club – or, at least, to one of their quirkiest attributes. This new mask, designed by Sylvie Marsolais of SylaBrush, has every Columbus fan’s favorite- and every opposing team’s media members’ least favorite – Blue Jackets icon featured prominently on the side: the Columbus Cannon. “Joonas wanted a cannon on his mask,” Marsolais told InGoal, “and he wanted the cannon to throw some stars towards the top...

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Jake ‘the Snake’ Allen gets new mask for Blues

With the new season rapidly approaching, NHL goaltenders have started rolling out their new lids for the year – and St. Louis Blues starter Jake Allen, fresh off a new long-term extension inked this summer, is no exception to the rule. Jason Livery of Jason Livery’s Head Strong Grafx collaborated once again with the netminder to produce a new mask design for his upcoming season, which takes Allen’s “Jake the Snake” nickname and brings it to the front and center while also paying tribute to the team’s 50th anniversary: “We wanted to do something simple yet fun,” Livery told InGoal....

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