πŸ“Ό In Depth Video: CURTIS JOSEPH Practice Worn Goalie Mask 2002 Team Canada Olympics Made by Dom Malerba Painted by Ron Slater

πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ Curtis Joseph Goalie Mask Practice Worn 2002 Olympics Team Canada Pros Choice Bauer Dom Malerba Shell painted by Ron Slater


STORY:

This goalie mask was practice worn by Curtis Joseph during the 2002 Winter Olympics games of Salt Lake for Team Canada. The mask was commissioned by Bauer Corporation. The Pro's Choice shell is crafted by Dominic Malerba in 2002, who signed his name inside the shell. The Mad Dog artwork was painted by Ron Slater, who also signed his name inside the shell. Two distinct goalie masks were made by Bauer for Curtis Joseph for the Olympics, a red one and a blue one. Cujo opted to play with the blue version. Cujo played one game during the 2002 Olympics and Team Canada came out with a gold medal. This is truly historical piece of Curtis Joseph memorabilia and also of Hockey Canada history. The goalie mask comes accompanied with a letter of authenticity by Dominic Malerba.

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