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Ken Danby mask sells for $15,150 in support of spinal injury research

Calgary's Stephan Mravinac paid $15,150 for the mask during the Source For Sports One-Of-A-Kind Mask Auction last week. The event was in support of Shoot For A Cure, an organization that seeks to raise money for spinal cord research, raise awareness of spinal cord injuries in hockey and promote prevention of hockey-related spinal cord injuries

Danby decorated the mask himself, reproducing his famous painting of a goalie getting ready to make a save.

Patrick Roy's autographed Hockey Hall of Fame induction mask went for $2,900 as the auction raised $21,700 in total.

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