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Marc-Andre Fleury Debuts New Golden Knights Goalie Mask

It features both the Fabulous Las Vegas sign and two interpretations of golden knights

by Dan Marrazza @GoldenKnights /

Shining gold wrapping down the side, positioned beneath the grey of the Vegas sky.

A fearsome golden knight atop a horse on one side, and a Spartan-looking interpretation of the knight on the other.

And given what city the Golden Knights play in, it had to feature the Fabulous Welcome to Las Vegas sign.

Or perhaps it might be better to just show you what Marc-Andre Fleury's mask, debuted on Thursday at CCM's annual goalie summit in Montreal, looked like.

Tweet from @GoldenKnights: VGK Goalie Mask UpdatePickard: #PicksMaskContest is open until tomorrow.Fleury: See below, catch your breath and look again������


And the other side.


Tweet from @GoldenKnights: In 2017-18, Fleury will represent the Golden Knights for the first time.On the iceAnd on his mask��


The Golden Knights' other goalie, Calvin Pickard, has yet to debut his mask. He's in the process of fielding fan submissions of what should adorn his mask this entire week.

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#PicksMaskContest will close on Friday, with Pickard's choice to be announced next week.

Although it'll still be a few more weeks until we see Pickard's mask in action, here's another look at Fleury's.


Tweet from @GoldenKnights: For anyone having a rough day today. Just picture Marc-Andre Fleury's face behind this mask all season.��You're welcome��


Oscar Dansk and Maxime Lagace, signed to contracts by the Golden Knights in July, are the two other goalies the team has under contract. It seems likely that Dansk and Lagace would begin this season with the AHL's Chicago Wolves.

RELATED: Pickard details what he's looking for in his mask

The team also has Maksim Zhukov, Jiri Patera and Dylan Ferguson in the system. Zhukov and Patera were selected at the Entry Draft in Chicago. Ferguson was acquired in a trade a few days later, after being drafted by the Dallas Stars this past June.



Tweet from @GoldenKnights: Twitter dot com has asked us to show the back of Fleury's mask.We listen to Twitter dot least this time��

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