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Some goalies attempt to feature the most intimidating and menacing artwork possible on their masks, but Drew MacIntyre of the Toronto Maple Leafs adopted a different approach to the lid he dons between the pipes.
The Toronto netminder revealed a new mask during Monday’s preseason game against the Flyers, and he had a trio of fictional characters with him in the crease helping him stop some pucks. Cheer Bear from the Care Bears, Roo from Winnie the Pooh and a character from My Little Pony all joined forces to make it on the back of MacIntyre’s helmet.
Check out a photo of the cheeriest mask in the NHL below.
Photo via Twitter/@SBNation
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Leafs goalie Drew MacIntyre, while with the Milwaukee Admirals (AHL, 2008-2009) - sported a mask complete with some Care Bears and a Mr. Potato Head pirate. Now with Toronto, finally, he's added a few new characters to his current protection: Cheer Bear from the Care Bears, Roo from Winnie the Pooh, and Pinkie Pie from My Little Pony. Better than this, right up there with this...
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The photo above came from a user on Reddit and is a snapshot of MacIntyre's new helmet which features Cheer Bear from the Care Bears, Roo from Winnie the Pooh, and what appears to be Pinkie...
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If this isn’t the cutest thing in the NHL, then I’ll be Curious George’s uncle. Cheer Bear from the Care Bears, Roo from Winnie the Pooh, and Pinkie Pie from My Little Pony. It’s like he didn’t have room for She-Ra and Jem.