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Schneider Gets Another New Jersey Devils Mask

Schneider Gets Another New Jersey Devils Mask

Cory Schneider second New Jersey Devils Mask topCory Schneider has only played three games for New Jersey, but he already has his second Devils mask.

Painted by Swedish artist David Gunnarsson of DaveArt, Schneider’s second Devils mask is a “direct continuation” of the original, with a heavy focus on the logos but changes to the way the New Jersey colours are laid out.

“This design is built with the same elements as Cory’s last mask, and we just changed some fundamental colouring,” Gunnarsson wrote on his Facebook page. “Me and Cory brainstormed a lot during summer, we wanted to create something new, a totally new style with the NJD artworks. … Our plan was a design that works in all angles, and a so called two-in-one design, a design that works both on a distance in the arenas, and close up in the TV cameras. At a first glimpse it’s an old school design, and when you come closer and closer a new dimension opens up and the design transforms into a new design in front of your eyes.”

You can find more of Gunnarsson’s great artwork on both his website and on his Twitter feed, but for now enjoy the close-ups of Schneider’s latest lid and see if you can spot all the differences from the first one:



Cory Schneider second New Jersey Devils Mask right side


Cory Schneider second New Jersey Devils Mask  left side


Cory Schneider second New Jersey Devils Mask top


Cory Schneider second New Jersey Devils Mask top right


Cory Schneider second New Jersey Devils Mask Poster

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Kevin Woodley is a rec-league target and former contributing editor of the Goalie News magazine. He has written about the Vancouver Canucks and NHL for The Associated Press, USA Today, Sports Illustrated and The Hockey News for the last decade, and covered the 2010 Olympics for The AP.


  1. This mask looks like Brodeurs I hope he can play like him . He played great at Boston College and Vancouver . Now the will be a little more pressure on him because he’s playing in a difficult media market. Don’t give up on him. One thing he’s signed for a while. He might even bring you closer to the CUP. So Block that puck and make that greaaaat SAVE Good Luck Cory.

  2. Looks like Lehner got traded to NJD. Must mean “new to Devils goalies.”

  3. Warren, Corey played in Vancouver and for the last 18 months there played with intense scrutiny to his and Luongo’s every move. Vancouver is insane for its hockey and every move especially by the goalie’s is studied ad nauseum.

    Best of luck Corey. We miss you in Vancity!!

  4. LOL! It makes you look fat!


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