Artist unveils new mask design for Penguins goalie Matt Murray |

Artist unveils new mask design for Penguins goalie Matt Murray

Jonathan Bombulie
A Quebec artist has unveiled a new paint job for goalie Matt Murray’s helmet.

The artist who paints Matt Murray’s mask has unveiled the design the Penguins goalie is going with for the 2018-19 season.

Quebec-based Stephane Bergeron posted a photo of the mask on his Facebook page. Bergeron has been painting masks for Penguins goalies since striking a partnership with Patrick Lalime in 1996. He has painted Marc-Andre Fleury’s masks for years.

Murray’s new design features a streamlined penguin on each side of the mask that is reminiscent of the logo the team used throughout much of the 1990s. Pittsburgh’s skyline is depicted on the front.

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Jonathan Bombulie is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Jonathan at [email protected] or via Twitter @BombulieTrib.

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