Andy Brown 1974.... Andy Brown 1974.... my name is JR COYOTE....the question should be who was the last goalie to not wear a mask,or to play without a mask,it was andy brown of the penguins,two other facts,i beleive he at one time held the nhl record for most penalty minutes by a goalie,of course until billy smith came along,the other interesting point was there were 2 goalies that started the season without masks that year,but gump worsley finally grew a brain and wore it sometime throught that season
All goalies wear masks (unless there's a distinction here between masks and helmets). In any case, the first goalie to wear a mask was Jacques Plante.
i don't know who made it, but i know who first wore a goalie mask. well back then, they didn't like to wear masks< but they got injured tons of times. Jaques Plante, a goalie for the Montreal canadaians got hit in the face and was injured. however he needed to continue the game because his back up wasn't there. Jaque practiced with a small wood mask for months but never used it in a game. He had no choice. He wore it, continued to wear it, and it got around the nhl.
From hockey - a goalie mask.
No, Justin Bieber does not wear a mask to hide his real face.
Clint Benedict of the Montreal Maroons wore one for the one game in the 1920s, but it impeded his vision so he never wore it again. Jacques Plante of the Montreal Canadiens is generally credited as the first to wear the mask regularly. More info: collectionscanada The first goalie ever to wear a hockey mask was Clint Benedict. He wore it for just one game but he was still the first to wear a hockey mask!Other people say that Jacques Plante wore the first mask but he didn't because it was in the 1950's that he wore a mask and in the 1920's is when Clint Benedict wore a mask! Yes, Clint Benedict was the first person to wear a mask in an NHL game, after diving on his knees and getting hit in the face by a puck. He purchased it at a local Boston sports store. Although, Jacques Plante is considered the first, it was actually Benedict who was the first one a mask.
Some say Gump Worsley of Minnisota NorthStars in 1974. However, he started wearing his mask that year. Andy Brown of the Penguins did not wear a mask the entire 1974 season. Another fact about Brown: I believe he at one time held the NHL record for most penalty minutes by a goalie, of course until billy smith came along.
Football face mask
put it on your face
they wear Riddell Revolution and get the face mask with alot of bars or the face mask with a bar going through the middle of the face mask like the raiders offensive lineman Robert Gallery
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).
Between $1000 - $3500.00, depends on the team and the wear
When he's playing for slipknot he wears his mask but in Murderdolls he wears face paint
They wear a straight jacket and face mask
Jaques Plante was the first to wear a mask. Plante gets lots of credit for wearing the mask and is probably the main reason that goalies in hockey started using the facial protection on a regular basis. However, other goalies long before Plante wore masks for short periods of time due to facial injuries. For example, Clint Benedict wore a mask way back in 1930 after suffering facial cuts in a game.
mask type covers over their face
You put it on your face and you wear it. Then you breathe into it.
The perfection of the goalie mask has been , and is, an ongoing process. In 1930, Ottawa goalie Clint Benedict wore a crude mask to protect a facial injury for five games. Other goalies wore masks for brief periods. However, on Nov.1, 1959, Jacques Plante of the Montreal Canadiens was injured and returned to the ice wearing a mask which he continued to wear in subsequent games. Over the years, all goalies at all levels started to wear facial protection and the masks evolved into the styles you see today and will no doubt continue to change and be improved.
the mask that covers the upper portion of the face which the green lantern wears is called a domino mask
Because alot fans wanted him to go back to wearing the mask! His face is not burned!!
Andy Brown was the last mask-less goaltender in the WHA and the NHL. Gump Worsley wore a mask for the last six games of the 1973-74 season but Brown technically was the last in a 6-3 loss to the Atlanta Flames on April 7th 1974. He played until the 1976-77 season with the Racers and continued to play bare faced. Joe Daley also played in the WHA without a mask but did eventually wear one near the end of his carear.
Its a snowboard bandana!
Cry was involved in an accident that left a scar on his face and it makes him a little self-conscious, therefor he wears his Poker Face mask to hide it.