Goalie Masks

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    In Response to Re: Goalie Masks : Glenn “Chico” Resch took a few minutes to talk to TheScore.com about his favourite goalie masks of all-time. Resch’s taste in masks is rather classic. He recalls a few greats like Gary Simmons’ ‘cobra mask’ and Gary Bromley’s skull. http://blogs.thescore.com/nhl/2010/11/19/video-glenn-chico-resch-talks-favourite-goalie-masks/ http://thegoaliemaskreview.blogspot.com/2010/04/gary-simmons-mask-review.html
    Posted by jaymiller


    The immortal Gary Simmons. He seems like a giant in net.

    Thanks guys...
     
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    In Response to Re: Goalie Masks : are those frogs? maybe a tribute to our favorite frogs: savard, bergeron, and bourque.
    Posted by goodnewsbears


    No. Those are t*ts....lol!!!
     
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    they do have a way of calming and placating us-
     
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    That gal in the middle has some serious bags.
    Posted by BBReigns


    Hold on there BB...That's my Mom!!!

    Just kidding...my sister.
     
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     If you were a kid in the 70s, chances are you had Espo's black and yellow skates and Tony O's street hockey mask, a replica of the one he wore, sans eye cage.
     
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    When I was a kid I loved the simple style, Lindbergh, Liut, those were classics.  How 'bout Tim Thomas' the first year in Boston, was almost as nice as Arturs Irbe!!!
     
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