Thomas Greiss' new mask takes New York Islanders fans for a trip down memory lane.
The Islanders goalie's new helmet features the Islanders fisherman logo and teal, orange and navy color scheme they wore for two seasons between 1995-97.
The Islanders fisherman is one of two primary logos they have worn in their 46-year history. The logo made something of a comeback among the team's most nostalgic fan base, and the Islanders franchise embraced that by sporting warmup jerseys with the fisherman logo before a game against the Florida Panthers on Feb. 3, 2015.
The fisherman specifically was a big hit with Greiss' wife Brittney, but not because of the team's history.
Greiss' name is also featured on his chin in the old-style wordmark and color scheme. The mask also has his customary Yeti, which is truly horrifying, on the opposite side.