What made guys like Gary Bromley and Gilles Gratton’s goalie masks so cool was that there was almost an intimidation factor to them with their reliance on demons, snakes, and wild beasts. The masks of today tend to offer more in the way of odes to country music singers and retired boxers than they do ghouls and ghosts. This fiberglass skull mask that we spotted on eBay has us wishing that an NHL goaltender would adopt its style for the 2011-12 season. Are you reading this, Jonas Hiller?

The skull mask doesn’t offer much in the way of certified protection, but it’s sure to scare away any unwanted road hockey participants.