Found October 22, 2011 on
Iced Out Hockey:
Hockey goalies often have vivid imagery on their masks, but Peter Budaj has just one-upped everyone else.
The Canadiens backup goalie has a picture of Simpsons‘ character Ned Flanders on the side. The design, created by Dave Gunnarson, revolves around wizardry.
It also has glow in the dark lightning bolts, of course.
H/T: The Big Lead
Peter Budaj's means of channeling Ned Flanders
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