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8/19/10 - "In Hiding" edition - Which Preds Goalie has worn the best mask design?

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08-19-2010, 06:38 AM
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8/19/10 - "In Hiding" edition - Which Preds Goalie has worn the best mask design?

After seeing Chris Mason's new mask in Atlanta yesterday featuring a retro-Kirk McLean design...I'd like to get your opinion...

Which Predators goalie has had the best mask design?

While you think about it, for your listening pleasure today I present to you Pearl Jam with "In Hiding"...



On the more obscure side, I went back and looked up Jan Lasak's mask after remembering a picture from way back when that I liked...I gotta give this one a few props even though it didn't have much customization to it...rather just incorporated all of the team's logos into the design...


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I'm partial to Ellis' last mask, myself.


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I'm partial to Ellis' last mask, myself.

Personally, my favorite part of Ellis' masks last season were the teddy bears he had on the back with the initials of his children. Remember too that before his daughter was born a pink teddy bear appeared with "??" in place of initials.

I know other guys have worn the names/initials of their children on their mask, I just liked how Ellis portrayed it with the teddy bears is all...

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Personally, my favorite part of Ellis' masks last season were the teddy bears he had on the back with the initials of his children. Remember too that before his daughter was born a pink teddy bear appeared with "??" in place of initials.

I know other guys have worn the names/initials of their children on their mask, I just liked how Ellis portrayed it with the teddy bears is all...
My Goalie on my Adult league at Centennial bought that mask at the used equipment sale.


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I still like Mason's old "The Thing" design.

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Ellis' masks have always been tops in my book, although Pekka's old Predator mask was pretty cool.

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