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    My Top Ten Goalie Museum Pick Ups of 2016

    I'm a sucker for trends lol


    10) 2000-01 Tyler Moss Carolina Hurricanes sweater. I am a huge Caniac and this goalie was one I rather liked despite how bad he was compared to Archie Irbe. Still:






    9) 1993-94 Jim Hrivnak St. Louis Blues Game Worn Glove. Just a nice piece of a cult favorite with many nice colors.




    8) 2010-11 Peter Budaj Colorado Avalanche jersey worn in his 100th career win among other games:





    7) 1986-88 Steve Penney Winnipeg Jets game worn goalie mask. Always a fan of masks, cage or not.




    6) 2015-16 Jonas Hiller Calgary Flames jersey worn in his last win and last shutout among other games. Always a fan of the right handed guys:




    5) 1983-84 Steve Penney game worn Montreal Canadiens pads. Photomatched from his Cinderella rookie playoff runs, what's not to love?



    4) Circa 1982-84 Ron Low New Jersey Devils mask. When I photomatched it shortly after buying it I was hooked:




    3) 1998-99 Mike Vernon San Jose Sharks Game Worn Blocker. Mikey Vernon, 'nuff said!



    2) 2012-13 Devan Dubnyk Edmonton Oilers jersey worn in his 50th career win and 6th career shutout, among others:




    1) 1985-86 Wendell Young Vancouver Canucks jersey. A timeless design, a rookie year of a solid NHLer, and my excitement anytime I look at it makes it my #1 for 2016:



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    Gotta love these Top 10's... Awesome show, Bruce!

    My fav has to been that old Cooper mask. Classy! Those pads from the 80's are very slick also. I could only imagine stopping pucks with those babies strapped onto your legs !

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    Gotta love these Top 10's... Awesome show, Bruce!

    My fav has to been that old Cooper mask. Classy! Those pads from the 80's are very slick also. I could only imagine stopping pucks with those babies strapped onto your legs !

    Anytime! The mask is a nice one, especially since the cage is badly dented, possibly from a puck impact, who knows. And anyone who says 80s goalies were athletically weak are crazy. These pads together way twice as much (each) as modern pads and only got heavier with moisture of the game soaked up in them. To simply move around and make saves with these types of pads was a miracle and would have required epic leg strength.

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