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Author: Cat Silverman

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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Matt Murray reveals new mask for World Cup of Hockey

As the World Cup of Hockey grows ever closer, Matt Murray is getting in on the fun with the team uniforms – in his case, in the form of a sick new mask for Team North America. The 22-year-old netminder, who won his first Stanley Cup this summer with the Pittsburgh Penguins, tweeted out his mask design on Friday. The artistry is courtesy of Stephane Bergeron at Griff Airbrush, who designs both Murray’s and teammate Marc-Andre Fleury’s masks for the NHL as well. This will go along with a throwback Penguins mask used last year, along with a more traditional...

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Canadiens playing the long game with Carey Price recovery

The Montreal Canadiens saw their 2015-16 season fall into a tailspin when they lost starting netminder Carey Price last fall. Now, they’re seemingly determined to do everything in their power to ensure that doesn’t happen again. The Canadiens have confirmed, via the Hockey News on Thursday, that Price will have a ‘start limit’ for the upcoming season – slowly easing him back into his role as the team’s number one, but trying not to push him too hard, too fast. According to the team’s goaltending coach, Stephane Waite, the team will set a hard limit on the number of...

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Red Wings ink Petr Mrazek to two year extension

The Detroit Red Wings seemed almost certain to be heading for arbitration with goaltender Petr Mrazek. The team was reportedly close to $4 million apart from Mrazek over two years in terms of asking price ahead of the neutral-party negotiations, which were set to begin this week. Somehow, though, the team and Mrazek came to terms in advance. It was announced on Wednesday Mrazek inked a two-year extension with Detroit, worth a collective $8 million. The deal will pay out $3.85 million the first season, then $4.15 million the following year; once it has expired, the netminder will still...

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