Skip to main content
Short Shifts

Domingue's Hockey Fights Cancer mask has drawings from young patients

Lightning goalie shows off unique mask playing Sunday in Ottawa

by Daniel O'Leary @DanOLeary25 / NHL.com Staff Writer

Louis Domingue was wearing a special mask during his start on Sunday night in honor of Hockey Fights Cancer month.

The Tampa Bay Lightning goalie donned a white and purple helmet complete with drawings and designs from children being treated at The Children's Cancer Center of Tampa Bay.

Tweet from @TBLightning: First look at @domingue35���s specialty mask for #BoltsFightCancer night!It features drawings and designs from children currently being treated at @dailyccc. 💜 pic.twitter.com/XhwlpLQgs5

Domingue had the mask made for the Lightning's "Bolts Fight Cancer" Night, which will be Tuesday at Amalie Arena, but while drawing the start in place of Andrei Vasilevsky on Sunday, decided to break out the bucket.

On the special helemt, in addition to some children's drawings, were "I Fight For" cards, which featured some names of patients at CCC.

Tweet from @TBLightning: A closer look. 💜#BoltsFightCancer pic.twitter.com/AI8Xba5QwZ

Written across the front of the helmet, below the facemask, is the word "LOVE" in all capital letters.

View More

The NHL uses cookies, web beacons, and other similar technologies. By using NHL websites or other online services, you consent to the practices described in our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service, including our Cookie Policy.