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Chris Mason Breaks Out Bold Predators Logo on New Brian’s Gear

Chris Mason Breaks Out Bold Predators Logo on New Brian’s Gear

Nashville goalie Chris Mason Predators logo Brians The National Hockey League and its players may not be able to come together on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement, so we’ll leave it to the equipment designers at Brian’s Custom Sports to lead the way and prove that good things can still happen when a player and his team get together.

Or at least the team logo.

In this case it’s returning Nashville backup Chris Mason working the Predators logo onto his new G-NETik equipment, an inspiring combination of custom work from Brian’s that somehow manages to trump Mason’s Winnipeg Jets logo-ed goalie gear last season.

Perhaps the Predator is simply a better logo, or maybe it’s just because a copy of the aggressive animal appears in its entirety on each pad, rather than having the Jets logo split across a set of pads, allowing it to come together only when standing straight up, something few goalies outside of Martin Brodeur do with regularity anymore.

Either way, it’s nice to have a creative goaltender like Mason – and a custom gear company like Brian’s – extending originality beyond the mask (and Mason’s new Iron Maiden-themed lid is pretty sweet too) by bringing back customized gear.

It’s almost enough to forget how long we might have to wait to see them used in the NHL.

For now, enjoy the full-sized images below, and be sure to check out Mason’s original G-NETik equipment, with the Predator logo on the side, as well as last season’s Ask A Pro talking about the custom-look gear. Also, be sure to keep an eye on InGoal for the new edition of our magazine, with a complete review of the exciting new G-NETik line, and don’t forget to enter to win a set of your own!

Nashville goalie Chris Mason Predators logo Brians

Nashville goalie Chris Mason Predators logo Brians

Nashville goalie Chris Mason Predators logo Brians

Don’t forget to enter to win your own custom set of G-NETik, from Brian’s, Total Goalie, and InGoal Magazine:

About The Author

Kevin Woodley

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. TJ Bova

    Those are pretty sweet. I wish more goalies would have stuff similar to these. Seems like back in the early 2000’s there was more of it. Garth Snow, Kevin Weekes, Felix Potvin and Trevor Kidd all had custom graphic Brian’s sets as opposed to the generic stock graphics. There’s probably others as well that I might have missed but it seems that only Mason and Jaroslav Halak have a custom graphic, and Halak’s is now a stock graphic you can get at most places now.

  2. Matt in Montreal

    Man! Those pads alone should put some Nashville butts in the seats.


  3. Marty

    Mason might just start a trend. So many teams have logos that would look sick on pads. Flyers wing devils stars sharks.

  4. Eric

    Great set. Mason & Brian’s are the best!

  5. Dan

    Liking the new pads, although I liked the ones here in Winnipeg better 🙁 was sad to see him go. But I’ll still wear my #50 jersey to games… if they ever start playing again…

  6. Todd

    If anyone knows where this catcher is, please let me know. I know have the legs and blocker.