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Ben Bishop Debuts Alternative Version of His Popular Tron Mask

Ben Bishop Debuts Alternative Version of His Popular Tron Mask

Tampa Bay’s Ben Bishop debuted an alternative version of his popular Tron mask earlier this week, specially designed to go with the Lightning’s black third jerseys.

The 6’7″ stopper teamed up with Dave Gunnarsson of DaveArt, a noted film enthusiast, to update the design, which once again features DaveArt’s GLOW effect.

The new look certainly didn’t hurt Bishop, who made 30 saves in a 5-2 victory over Columbus on Sunday – the first time he wore his new Bauer mask – to extend his record to 15-11-3 this season.

The Denver, Colorado native has posted an impressive .926 save percentage and 2.03 goals-against average, the fourth lowest in the NHL.

You can find more of Gunnarsson’s great artwork on his website, Twitter feed, Facebook page and Instagram. Meanwhile, here are some close ups of Bishop’s new mask:


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Rob McGregor

A member of In Goal Magazine's editorial team, Rob is also the editor of the One Puck Short blog and host of the One Puck Short podcast . A former goaltender in Great Britain's third tier National League (NIHL), Rob also writes for Today's Slapshot and has previously written for a number of other outlets, including the BBC.

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