As long as nobody else in the team is wearing it, any number is fine. You probably won't be that lucky since most teams go from 2 - 16 for field players.
Jacques Plante made the first hockey mask because during one game he was injured so badly by a hockey puck to the face that he required several stitches. Following his injury he felt it appropriate to wear face protection (as he was a goalie and the odds of the injury re-occuring were fairly good).
Antti Nieni's goalie pads are TPS.
they wear pads, knee pads, a helmet, and a batman suit under all of this.
Goalies wear the same types of shoe as every other player.
Number 63 is a rare jersey number for the sport of hockey. No goalie has every worn the number, but stars such as Brad Marchand have.
The goalie is most likely to wear throat protection.
Goalies can wear any number but it is most common for them to wear the number 1.
Yes, definitely. lots of ice hockey goalies wear two cups. A regular cup jock and then a special goalie cup over top of that. Usually the size and speed of the puck or ball being shot at the net determines wether a goalie would need to wear a goalie cup. Lacrosse and ice hockey goalies wear cups but soccer goalies generally dont wear a cup