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“BIG CUBANO’S” CUSTOM MASK
Al Montaya’s mask wasn’t just protective; it was self-expressive. The cigar and “Big Cubano” are references to the fact that Montoya was the first Cuban-American to play in the NHL. The University of ...
Look out! At the Hardest Shot event of the 2015 All-Star Skills Competition, Aaron Ekblad fired a puck at 93.9mph and then another at 95.3mph. The rookie didn’t end up winning the competition, but he ...
EKBLAD TAKES HIS SHOT
Aaron Ekblad is a defenseman, but that doesn’t mean he won’t take a shot. In his Calder Memorial Trophy-winning rookie campaign, Ekblad set a club record for rookie defensemen with 12 goals. His 27 as ...
LU JUST COULDN’T HELP IT
Roberto Luongo spent 20 minutes on the ice for Team Toews during the 2015 All-Star Game. It was a high-scoring affair, with Toews defeating Team Foligno 17-12. The 29 combined goals set a record for t ...
LU’S ALL NATURAL
In his first full season back with the Panthers, Roberto Luongo picked up right where he left off. Lu brought the team from 29th in the league in goals allowed to 12th. His .926 save percentage was th ...
LU’S COMPLETE LOOK
Roberto Luongo didn’t just have a cool mask — he had a full look. The yellow, white, red and navy palate is repeated from head to toe, making for one cohesive, unstoppable goaltender.
LUONGO 2015 ALL-STAR GAME JERSEY
Roberto Luongo was an NHL All-Star as well as an all-star dad. When the 35-year-old veteran returned to the NHL All-Star Game in 2015, he brought his 7-year-old daughter and 4-year-old son with him, s ...
MOLLER SAYS: BABA BOOEY, 2014
Randy Moller took a page out of Howard Stern’s book in this memorable playcall for a Barkov goal that put the Cats up 2-0 on their way to a 4-3 victory over the Colorado Avalanche.
MOLLER SAYS: CABBAGE ROLLS, 2015
Randy Moller used a Scottie Upshall goal to let fans know that his diet had changed. Usually Mrs. Moller keeps the peanut butter on the top shelf, but apparently she switched out the PB for some cabba ...
MOLLER SAYS: CALL GRANDMA, 2015
After 18-year-old Aaron Ekblad tied the score in the 1st period v. the Colorado Avalanche, Randy needed to call a beloved elder to celebrate.