Toronto Maple Leafs goaltending prospect Ian Scott has a new mask for the 2021–22 campaign, long-time design collaborator Dave Fried revealed Thursday.
Fried, a Calgary-based artist whose other clients include NHL goaltenders Tristan Jarry and Adin Hill, unveiled Scott’s new headwear in an Instagram post on Thursday afternoon.
Ian Scott has a new mask for 2021–22 and it’s pretty great. #LeafsForever pic.twitter.com/pFCR1epaHn
— Mike Gould (@miketgould) October 21, 2021
The mask depicts a pair of fiery blue phoenix creatures interspersed with multiple blue leaves that closely resemble the Toronto Maple Leafs’ primary logo.
The back portion of the mask features the logos of the Prince Albert Raiders and Westwood Warriors, two hockey organizations Scott played for during his formative years in the sport.
“I’ve been painting for Ian [since] before his junior career. One of my first clients!” Fried said in the caption of his Instagram post Wednesday. “His first mask we did was a phoenix theme similar to this.
“It was so cool when he asked to do another updated version for his pro mask design,” Fried added.
Scott, 22, missed the entire 2019–20 season and most of 2020–21 with a hip injury. He ultimately made six professional appearances in 2020–21, splitting …
Author: Mike Gould / The Leafs Nation