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Ben Bishop Ottawa Senators Game Worn Mask – First Senators Mask – Autographed – Photo Match
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Ben Bishop Ottawa Senators Game Worn Mask – First Senators Mask – Autographed – Photo Match
Lot #446

This white goalie mask was game worn by Ben Bishop upon arriving to the Ottawa Senators in 2012. The St. Louis Blues selected Bishop in the 3rd round of the 2005 NHL Entry Draft. After playing his college hockey at the University of Maine, this Denver, CO native made his NHL debut in 2008-09 with the Blues where he played for a couple of seasons. Bishop next suited up for the Ottawa Senators for parts of two years before joining the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2012-13. This 6’ 7” goalie played for the Bolts for parts of five seasons, leading his team to the 2015 Stanley Cup Finals. He earned 2nd Team NHL All Star honors and played in his first NHL All Star Game in the process. Bishop played briefly for the Los Angeles Kings before finding a new home with the Dallas Stars. Bishop has the 2nd best career GAA of any active NHL Goalie and is coming off of a spectacular season that saw him post a 1.98 GAA and a league leading .934 SV% while earning another 2nd Team NHL All Star selection in the process.



Bishop was traded from the Blues to the Senators on February 26, 2012. Bishop made his Senators debut on March 12, 2012 while wearing this mask. Ben played in 23 games for the Senators over the course of two seasons before a deadline deal in April of 2013 sent him to the Lightning.

Affixed to both sides of the goalie mask are the Senators logos. Ben has penned a bold black sharpie autograph the top of the mask. Shown above are some beautiful photos matches of Bishop wearing this exact goalie mask during the early part of his Senators career.