With a Stanley Cup ring and a Conn Smythe pickup in his back pocket, Quick has firmly cemented himself as one of the elite tenders in the NHL.
Now comes the fun part......staying there.
The world of 'A' goalies was one I thought would have become extinct with the retirement of Marty Brodeur (whenever he's going to hang up the mask), but Quick is making a statement that he wants to be in that next crop of dominant goalies - year in, year out.
Designed by Steve Nash of EyeCandyAir, this mask is called "Helmet of Salvation". It has a very bold 'armour helmet' look with lots of great detail. From the realistic layering to the rivets to the purple accents, the look really gives a simple but effective message to those looking at it.
I'm still trying to figure out the reasoning for the red 'blood-style' lettering on Quick's name down on the chin. Definitely seems out of place. Something that was improved on with his recent lids.
LA palm trees and sunset with Quick stopping pucks on the beach.
If you didn't know what his mask looked like, you'd be expecting something completely different based on the backplate alone.
It just looks out of place. But it works (unlike the front chin).
3 out of 5
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