Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Done With 2018-19 Masks

I THINK I'm done with the masks from the 2018-19 season. If you happen to look for a mask and don't see it, either leave a comment or email me (willow1171@gmail.com.)

There were multiple masks for many of the goalies, so it's very possible I missed one of those, especially if only worn in a few games.

And I might have forgotten to go back and add in-game photos to some of the goalies. I checked, but it all runs together after a while.

So again, if I seem to be missing something, please let me go. Otherwise, thanks for your patience! I haven't been up to the task the previous 2 seasons, but I tried really hard this season.


Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Mike McKenna 2018-19 Mask

Mike McKenna of the Philadelphia Flyers (born April 11, 1983 in St. Louis, MO.)

McKenna started the season in Ottawa. In January he was traded to Vancouver, but then a couple of days later placed on waivers. That's when Philadelphia picked him up.

Here was his Ottawa mask (I couldn't find any information, but my best guess would be artist Ray Bishop from Bishop Designs):

He didn't have a Vancouver mask, of course, being there just a couple of days.

This is his Philadelphia mask. 
Artist: Ray Bishop of Bishop Designs

Thursday, April 18, 2019

Mackenzie Blackwood 2018-19 Mask

Mackenzie Blackwood of the New Jersey Devils (born December 9, 1996 in Thunder Bay, ON.)

Artist: Dave Gunnarsson

This mask was painted in January 2017, but it was the one he wore this season.

Sam Montembeault 2018-19 Mask

Sam Montembeault of the Florida Panthers (born October 30, 1996 in Becancour, QC.)

Artist: Sylvie Marsolais of Sylabrush


Monday, March 25, 2019

Check Out This Awesome Game-Used Masks Collection!

Recently I heard from a regular visitor to this site, which I appreciate. I'm always glad to receive messages or comments, because it means people are visiting and using my blog.

He has a really fantastic collection of game-used goalie masks (NHL, International, AHL/Minors, and some odds and ends.)

He's a collector, not a seller, so these aren't for sale: https://www.nhlgoaliemasks.net/

But I thought you all might enjoy seeing them, I know I did. Just seeing them all on the shelves was pretty amazing.

Thanks again for reaching out, I enjoyed talking to you!

Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Collin Delia 2018-19 Mask

Collin Delia of the Chicago Blackhawks (born June 20, 1994 in Rancho Cucamonga, CA.)

Thanks so much to Figsigarts for the artist information (see comment below.)

https://youtu.be/YaU8DnX20hs (video of Collin talking about his masks.)

Artist: Michael Figueroa 


Winter Classic (same mask but different gear)