Although the team is hovering near the top of the Atlantic Division, Andersen owns a 6-5 record to go along with a 3.45 goals against average and a .896 save percentage and has allowed five or more goals four times this season.
Like most players tend to do when they go through a rough patch, Andersen has decided to switch some things up and will be rocking a new mask going forward.
The mask was designed by David Gunnarsson and consists of a giant Maple Leafs logo that stretches across the front of the mask, while the rest of the mask features many different tiny Maple Leafs logos from over the years.
The new addition to Andersen’s locker will look very sharp beside his current mask.
The Maple Leafs are back in action on Wednesday night when they visit the Anaheim Ducks, but perhaps Andersen will have to wait until the team returns home next week before he gets to rock his new mask.