Marc Andre Fleury's new Vegas mask is ???????? pic.twitter.com/6oYhRsUld6
— Spittin' Chiclets (@spittinchiclets) August 3, 2017
Vegas Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury decided to embody the city of Las Vegas on his helmet for the upcoming NHL season.
With Marc-Andre Fleury now the goalie for the Vegas Golden Knights, he did what any goalie would do when on a new team: he had a new mask created and it looks spectacular.
As is the life in Las Vegas, Nevada, this mask has all the markings of the city. From the Welcome to Las Vegas famous sign, to the Statue of Liberty from the New York, New York Hotel, this mask covers all thing Vegas.
The other side of the CCM mask has a golden knight riding on a horse with a Vegas shield. Fleury, coming off back to back Stanley Cup Championships for the Pittsburgh Penguins, was chosen by Vegas in the NHL Expansion Draft.
This move was decided way back in February when Fleury waived his no move clause for the expansion draft only. Fleury will lead this expansion team into battle starting this October with hopes of reaching the playoffs in their inaugural season.