2024 Stanley Cup Playoff Goalie Masks

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Notable Masks Worn in the 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs

The Stanley Cup playoffs for the year 2024 have ushered in a spotlight on playoff beards, handshake lines, and goalie masks with unique designs. Throughout the 2023-24 season, goalies have embraced the opportunity to showcase special looks on their masks, paying tribute to various themes and franchises.

Eastern Conference

Jeremy Swayman

Jeremy Swayman entered the season with a clear vision to honor the Boston Bruins’ 100th anniversary season. Collaborating with Swedish artist David Gunnarsson, his mask features a design of the Bruins bear with the number “100” intricately included within it, among other striking details.

Linus Ullmark

Linus Ullmark has showcased multiple tributes on his masks throughout the season. One notable tribute includes iconic goals in Bruins history, particularly Bobby Orr’s goal in Game 4 of the 1970 Stanley Cup Final and Patrice Bergeron’s goal in Game 7 of the 2013 Eastern Conference quarterfinals. Additionally, Ullmark’s mask pays homage to legendary Boston goalie Gerry Cheevers.

Ilya Samsonov

Ilya Samsonov’s mask pays a heartwarming tribute to the Toronto Maple Leafs, featuring the faces and numbers of all retired players along with a prominent maple leaf in the center. For fans of more daring designs, Samsonov’s “Savage Baddie” mask is a visually striking choice with a 3-D effect that adds a touch of terror.

Sergei Bobrovsky

Sergei Bobrovsky has stuck to familiar designs with his “brick by brick” series of masks. His purple mask stands out this season, deviating from the usual color palette of the Panthers, offering a unique twist to his playoff look.

Joseph Woll

Joseph Woll has displayed a penchant for creative masks this season. Notable among them is a special design created for St. Patrick’s Day, featuring a tribute to St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Ireland with intricate details replicating the stained-glass window of Saint Patrick. Additionally, Woll sports an Eagle-themed mask as a nod to his NCAA career at Boston College.

Andrei Vasilevskiy

Andrei Vasilevskiy, known for his innovative designs, has unveiled masks in past seasons that change colors based on temperatures. His third jersey-themed mask for this season remains one of the sleekest choices, featuring the coat of arms of Russia and a ferocious animal with fangs, adding a touch of flair to his playoff ensemble.

Igor Shesterkin

Igor Shesterkin’s masks consistently feature the iconic Statue of Liberty, a prevalent symbol for Rangers goalies. His Stadium Series look highlights the statue, along with a retro-inspired mask blending 3-D and 2-D elements for a unique aesthetic.

Jonathan Quick

Jonathan Quick, a longtime client of Gunnarsson, impresses with clean looks this season. Ahead of the Stadium Series against the Islanders at MetLife Stadium, his mask includes images of four legendary New York Giants stars, adding a touch of local sports history to his playoff gear.

Frederik Andersen

Frederik Andersen is renowned for his masks featuring LEGO figures. His latest design follows a Danish brick viking theme, complemented by the Hurricanes’ logo and Andersen’s number, making for a distinctive choice in the playoff lineup.

Pyotr Kochetkov

Pyotr Kochetkov’s mask pays homage to his hometown of Penza, Russia, incorporating elements of the city throughout the design. The vibrant red color scheme complements the overall aesthetic, making it a solid choice for the playoffs.

Ilya Sorokin

Ilya Sorokin’s masks reflect the Islanders’ colors, with a delightful tribute to Long Island and a Stadium Series design that truly stands out, adding personality to his playoff appearance.

Semyon Varlamov

Semyon Varlamov’s graffiti-themed mask is a standout, featuring “Long Island” sprayed across the top and “NY” on the cheeks, offering a bold and distinctive look for the playoffs.

Charlie Lindgren

Charlie Lindgren’s clean, Capitals-inspired mask prominently features the team’s colors, with his nickname “Lindy” displayed below the mouth and a painted bald eagle on the top, adding a touch of patriotism to his playoff ensemble.

Darcy Kuemper

Darcy Kuemper’s Capitals-heavy mask showcases a different style of a bald eagle, coupled with a Christian cross on the back bearing the heartfelt words: “for those I love,” adding a personal touch to his playoff gear.

Western Conference

Jake Oettinger

Jake Oettinger’s mask boasts unique inclusions like references to friends, a throwback Stars logo, and an Otter, creating a personalized and eye-catching design for the postseason.

Alex Georgiev

Alex Georgiev’s versatile mask collection features Rudolph the Rednosed Reindeer, a retro Avalanche jersey design, and a tribute to the silver mining days of Colorado, providing a range of options for his playoff appearances.

Connor Hellebuyck

Connor Hellebuyck’s masks showcase a stunning color variance, perfectly matching the Jets’ uniforms. With a selection of blue shades for his masks, Hellebuyck is sure to have a solid lineup for the playoffs.

Juuse Saros

Juuse Saros’s “Pred Rogue Rage Splatter” series of masks, dating back to 2022, features striking designs that incorporate the Predators’ logo and colors, creating a cohesive and iconic look for the postseason.

Thatcher Demko

Thatcher Demko’s mask collection often features movie characters, with his latest design showcasing Mugatu from the film “Zoolander,” adding a touch of pop culture to his playoff appearance.

Casey DeSmith

Casey DeSmith opts for a multicolored mask predominantly in the green and blue hues of the Canucks, offering a distinct and vibrant choice for his playoff gear.

Stuart Skinner

Stuart Skinner’s masks contrast in style but share a similar color palette. Whether a heritage design with a retro look or a splatter featuring the Edmonton skyline, Skinner’s masks are sure to turn heads in the playoffs.

Cam Talbot

Cam Talbot, a longstanding collaborator with Gunnarsson, sports unique Will Ferrell-themed masks this season. With Ferrell as a frequent attendee at Kings games, Talbot’s tribute to the actor adds a fun and recognizable twist to his playoff gear.

David Rittich

David Rittich emphasizes color coordination in his chrome and black 3-D mask design, offering a sleek and visually appealing option for the playoffs.

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