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Miller's new mask is a California-friendly family affair

Family of Ducks goalie shown enjoying the beach on back of helmet @NHLdotcom

Ryan Miller is a veteran and he knows how to please a fan base.

For his first season with the Anaheim Ducks, Miller has decided to cater to the locals with a creative and original new goalie mask with a heavy California influence.

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Miller's front piece is a giant mean-looking duck wearing a hockey mask, complete with fiery, glowing eyes and feathers flowing out the sides of the painted mask.

But on the back is where things get really West Coast.

Just above the written words "Miller Time" is a beach sunset scene with a silouette of Miller's wife, actress Noureen DeWulf, his son, Bodhi, and the family's dog.

Surrounded by palm trees, DeWulf's drawing holds a surfboard while little Bodhi has a pail and shovel, ready to dig around in the sand.

The unique bucket was made by Bishop Designs.

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