ASU Sun Devil hockey reveals Tempe-inspired goalie facemask
Talk about ice cold.
The Arizona State Sun Devil hockey team showed off freshman goaltender Cole Brady’s facemask Wednesday night.
The front of the facemask features a white faceguard and a maroon No. 34 outlined in white on the chin.
A classic Arizona sunset littered with palm trees runs along both sides of the helmet. “ASU” is written under the scenic views on either side.
The details of the facemask are brought together at the crest with a giant maroon pitchfork surrounded in a larger white outline.
It’s safe to say the facemask adds some serious swagger in front of the net.
The facemask adds yet another element to the hockey team’s fresh look ahead of its 2020-21 season in the BIG Ten.
In October, a tweet from ESPN’s John Buccigross showed the Sun Devils throwing it back to the sunburst days.
The jerseys feature the classic gold sunburst surrounded by maroon throughout.
The sleeves show the player’s number along with gold and white pinstripes and a Sparky patch sits on the shoulder.
The helmet also rocks the sunburst and features a red stripe on the top. The front of the helmet reads “PT 42” in honor of Pat Tillman, while the back has the player’s number.
The goalie facemask shows Sparky on its sides and has “PT 42” on the front as well.