A big save is a big save, whether it's made on grass or ice.
Petr Cech, the internationally renowned soccer star who recently signed with hockey club Guildford Phoenix of the National Ice Hockey League (second division of Great Britain) made a dazzling debut for the squad on Sunday.
Cech, the former goalkeeper for Arsenal and Chelsea of the English Premier League, lifted the Phoenix to victory by stopping two penalty shots to earn the win.
For his performance, he was named "Man of the Match" for the game.
Cech, who retired from soccer in May, looked pretty great in his on-ice debut.
He also looked great in the crease with his custom-made bucket, which honored his friend, Hockey Hall of Fame goalie and fellow Czech Dominik Hasek.
The helmet also featured the Chelsea and Arsenal logo on either side and the Union Jack across the top with the Tower Bridge, Big Ben and the London Eye all featured.
While playing pro hockey, Cech has also retained his post as Technical and Performance advisor to Chelsea.