Tonight’s feature mask is on the other end of the spectrum from the J.P. Lamoureux brain mask. The art work on Ben Scrivens’ mask looks more like something you would see hanging in a museum, with images of people reading newspapers and playing musical instruments.

Scrivens is a big part of the reason why Cornell is the #9 team in the country. He’s played every minute in goal for the Big Red and has a 8-4-2 record with a GAA of 2.20 and a SV% of 0.923.

(Click on Ben Scrivens to see more shots of his mask.)

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3 Responses to Shots on Goal: Goalie Mask Photos- Cornell Goalie Ben Scrivens

  1. jake says:

    Scott,
    Just figured out what his mask is! Were you there for the start of the game? The Cornell fans, which was the most opposing team fans i have seen at the Whitt ever, had newspapers that they put in front of their face and shook when the UNH players were introduced. That’s what his left side of the mask is, the right is the Cornell band? Red and white are the school’s colors so i assume its a mask about and dedicated to the fans?

    • Scott Slingsby says:

      Thanks Jake, great observation! From where I was shooting I couldn’t see that end of the rink. I never would’ve guessed that the mask represented a school tradition.

  2. James says:

    I believe the newspapers is the student section tradition during the introductions of the opposing starting line up.

    And I would assume the left side is the Cornell pep band.

    That is a great college hockey mask.

    Now UNH’s goalie needs a guy throwing a fish on his!

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