Over the last couple of weeks we have had the opportunity to show Ranger Nation readers the progress photos from EyeCandyAir and artist Steve Nash as he works on New York Rangers goalie Marty Biron’s mask for the Winter Classic on January 2nd in Philadelphia.
It’s now Wednesday, December 14th, and Steve has finished up Marty’s mask and it’s already on its way back to Marty.
Here are the finished photos:
The mask has come out incredible!
For all the people asking out there why did Marty want a “lion” on his mask, well it’s very simple. It’s actually a tiger and a tribute to retired goaltender Gilles Gratton. Gratton played 41 games with the New York Rangers back in 1976-77.
The cage/wire on he mask is not the one Marty will be using as well. He will be putting his own on before the Winter Classic.
This mask is simply amazing and Steve did a phenomenal job on it. It’s been a privilege and an honor for Ranger Nation to be able to debut this mask to the hockey world thanks to Marty Biron and EyeCandyAir.
Remember to always visit Ranger Nation for your New York Rangers news and updates and thanks to the amazing couple of weeks as we were able to watch Marty’s mask come to life courtesy of EyeCandyAir.
Make sure you visit Eye Candy Air by clicking here.
You can also follow New York Rangers goalie Marty Biron on Twitter @MartyBiron43
- Exclusive Photos Of Marty Biron’s Winter Classic Helmet – Beginning Stages (nyrnation.net)
- Part 2: Marty Biron’s Winter Classic Helmet In The Making – Exclusive Photos (nyrnation.net)
- Part 3: Marty Biron’s Winter Classic Helmet In The Making – Exclusive Photos (nyrnation.net)
- Part 4: Marty Biron’s Winter Classic Helmet In The Making – Exclusive Photos (nyrnation.net)
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