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Frederik Andersen has a new goalie mask and it's Lego

Designed by the famed Dave Gunnarsson, Anaheim's great Dane will represent his country's famous building blocks. No word on how much it hurts if you step on the mask first-thing in the morning...
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The Anaheim Ducks are expecting big things out of 6-foot-4 netminder Frederik Andersen this season and at the least, the Danish national will gain a lot of young fans with his new mask. Designed by the legendary

Dave Gunnarsson, Andersen's new cage is Lego inspired, which makes sense since the incredibly popular building blocks were invented in Denmark. Check it out:

That's a Gerry Cheevers mask on Mr. Lego, there. And on the right side, another Danish touchstone gets space with an outline of the Little Mermaid statue above the wall:

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