HeadStrong Grafx Goaltender Scott Foster Steals Show In Emergency Relief
 

On March 29th after both Chicago Blackhawks goalies fell to injury during a game against the Winnipeg Jet, former Western Michigan goaltender and HeadStrong Grafx client Scott Foster was thrust into the spotlight to hold onto the Blackhawks lead with 14 minutes left in the 3rd period. Making 7 saves and allowing no goals, Foster saved the victory and earned first star honors for his performance. Scott still uses his AC/DC themed mask that Jason painted years ago during his time at Western Michigan! Check out the highlight video from Scott's night below and see some detailed images of the mask!

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HeadStrong Grafx Testimonial Series Episode 2 - Joel Martin
 

Check out the second installment of the HeadStrong Grafx Testimonial Series featuring Kalamazoo Wings goaltender Joel Martin! Jason and Joel have worked together for many years so in this video you'll get to see a bunch of different paint jobs and hear the stories behind each one! Joel also talks about a few personal stories working with Jason, so check the video below to hear it all!

 
Northwest Florida Daily News: Niceville Artist Paints Olympic Goalie Masks
 

Northwest Florida Daily News featured HeadStrong Grafx in a recent article detailing work done on two of the US Olympic Goalie Masks that will be worn in South Korea for the 2018 Winter Olympics coming up in February. Jason is painting masks for goaltenders David Leggio and Brandon Maxwell who will wear the Red, White, and Blue to represent the US on the world stage. He will also be painting masks for the goalies on the US Sled Hockey team as well, so be on the lookout for those masks in the future! Click the link below to check out some behind the scenes shots of Jason's studio as well as an interview on his career and all of the experiences that come with painting Team USA masks. 

 
 
 
Jake Allen's Hockey Fights Cancer Mask
 
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On December 1st Jake Allen will be wearing a specially painted mask to support the Hockey Fights Cancer campaign. The design was thought up by St. Louis Blues defenseman Alex Peitrangelo's niece, Ellie Kannel, and brought to life by Jason. The mask features a large yellow ribbon, which represents support for those with bone cancer, and the Blue Note on the sides, surrounded by the names of patients battling or who have succumbed to cancer that Allen and the Blues have connected with throughout this campaign. On the chin is Allen's number as well as a new snake design created by Ellie. The mask will be auctioned off at the Blues' Casino Night event in 2018 to benefit St. Louis Children's Hospital. 

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Jake Allen's Military Mask
 

NHL.com featured Jake Allen's new military tribute mask that he will wear on November 11th against the New York Islanders. The mask will then be raffled off with the proceeds going to H.E.R.O.E.S. Care, an organization that provides support for members of all branches of the military and their families through pre-deployment, deployment, family reintegration and post-deployment. Check out the video and follow the link below to read the article and learn more about this mask!

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