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Mayweather, Phelps and Bolt on Olivier Roy Mask

Mayweather, Phelps and Bolt on Olivier Roy Mask

Olivier Roy ECHL Olympians mask left sideFormer Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames puck-stopping prospect Olivier Roy was recently named to the upcoming ECHL All-Star Game, so it appears his new mask was perfectly timed.

Designed by Denis Simone and painted by Jason Livery of HeadStrongGrafx, Roy’s new mask for the Idaho Steelheads features the Idaho Capital building on the left side and a trio of athletes whose only connection appears to be the Olympics and dominance in their various sports: sprinter Usain Bolt, swimmer Michael Phelps and boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr.

Livery wasn’t totally sure why Roy chose the eclectic mix of athletes, but he did a good job representing all three on the new mask, which also features the Steelheads logo on the forehead, a mountain range on the top left and Roy’s number 31 on the chin.

As for Roy, who was picked 133rd in the NHL Draft by the Oilers in 1999, the 23-year-old is doing a pretty good job in the ECHL living up to the athletic excellence displayed on his new mask. After being unable to get a new NHL contract, Roy signed in Idaho and has gone 20-7-3 with a .914 save percentage to earn the All Star honours.

You can check out more images of the mask he should be wearing there below. And for more masks from Livery check out the HeadStrongGrafx website or follow them on Twitter and Facebook.

Olivier Roy ECHL Olympians mask left side

Olivier Roy ECHL Olympians mask right side

Olivier Roy ECHL Olympians mask mock up

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