Can you believe goalies used to man the net without any face protection? Goaltender Jacques Plante (of the Montreal Canadiens) invented the goalie mask after taking a puck to the face in 1959 and every goaltender that has come after him is forever grateful.
This print features a replica of Ken Dryden's 1979 mask, which certainly inspired the personalization of masks that has become tradition for the goalies of today.
Measures 12.5" x 12.5" (31.75 x 31.75 cm).
Made by Manmade Art in Ottawa, Ontario.
Framed version comes in a handmade black wooden frame from Quebec (pictured here). To get it framed - add the 12.5" x 12.5" size frame from the handmade frame collection by Le Cadre Urbain to your cart and we'll frame it for you!
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