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Ducks goalie John Gibson, a Whitehall native, honors Pittsburgh on new mask

Shell Shock Designs & Paint

You’ll be able to find some Pittsburgh on the West Coast.

Anaheim Ducks goalie John Gibson, a Whitehall native, pays homage to his hometown on his new alternate mask.

Shell Shock Designs & Paint posted the design on Instagram.

Among the design many Ducks-related features on the mask is a tribute to Pittsburgh, according to

The mask includes holograms of Pittsburgh Steelers and Pittsburgh Pirates logos and the city skyline with a script “Pittsburgh” on it.

The mask also features the names of the Ducks’ roster from the 2007 Stanley Cup-winning team.

Gibson will wear the new mask when the Ducks wear their alternate uniforms, which they revealed will be the old-school Mighty Ducks uniforms.

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