Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen a multitude of goaltenders unveil their new digs.

Steve Mason, Marc-Andre Fleury, Henrik Lundqvist, Antti Raanta, Andrei Vasilevskiy, Peter Budaj, Roberto Luongo and Corey Crawford all have either released or had their mask leaked that they’ll be sporting for the upcoming season.

On Wednesday, well-known goalie mask designer and painter David Gunnarsson released Frederik Andersen’s new Maple Leafs mask.


Today I have the honor to unleash the new Toronto Maple Leafs mask for my friend Frederik Andersen💪🏻🍁. The design is a direct continuation based on his previous Toronto mask🚀. A clean cut vintage styled mask created in hockey textiles… The textiles creates the design with the leafs on the sides🍁🎨. I just love the challenge to always try come up with new design ideas, every single new mask I paint is always the one and only🤓. And when you come closer to the design you will discover more and more details and it transforms into a Storyteller mask📕 in front of your eyes👀. And for sure all the DaveArt Trademark Super FX✨ is unleashed all over the bucket… Thanks Frederik! 🙏🏻 @frederikandersen31 @mapleleafs #DaveArt @bauergoalie #nhl @nhl #DaveArtTheMaskNerd 🤓 #DaveArtTheCradleOfCreativity @bauerhockey

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Gunnarsson’s attention to detail is impressive, and the Leafs textiles inside the main Leafs logos furthers that thought.

Andersen’s new Bauer 2S pads leaked earlier this month.

We’ve also seen his affinity to Lego show up on his masks on multiple occasions, but this time that's not the case.

The Dane finished with the 17th highest save percentage last year at .918, and took the Leafs to the sixth game of the first round against the vaunted Washington Capitals.

As good as a goaltender Andersen is, his mask game might be even stronger.

(H/T Instagram/davidofdaveart)