Adin Hill debuted his new mask prior to his first full professional season after signing an entry-level contract with the Arizona Coyotes in April.
Paying homage to the organization’s history, as the Roadrunners’ parent club celebrates their 20th season in the desert, the left side of Hill’s mask features the team’s original Kachina inspired logo, the current branding on the right, the team’s script word mark on the top, and the club’s paw-print alternate emblem on the backplate.
In recognition of his mentor and former goalie coach, Mike Maniago, who passed away in a car accident in 2008, Hill has his initials and number 30 emblazoned within the paw-print.
The Roadrunners’ goaltender’s mask was created by Friedesigns.
The 20 year-old Calgary, Alberta native is without a loss in regulation this season, posting a 6-0-2 record through eight starts with a .917 SV% and a 2.70 GAA.