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Team USA goalie reveals hockey mask; Ryan Miller's fierce look shows Uncle Sam

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The Team USA goalie Ryan Miller offered a look at the hockey mask he will be playing in on the ice. After looking at the picture on Tuesday, fans will note that it appears he is trying to scare the competition. Team USA athletes are revealing their custom looks for the 2014 Sochi Olympics before arrive in Russia for the fans. The distinctive point of Miller's helmet is how tough he looks before the game starts.

“Other side of the mask painted by @ BishopDesigns,” tweeted Ryan Miller from his official Twitter account. The pictures of the mask shows the remarkable design. Put this helmet on an athlete and the fans around the world will get the chance to see every move the goalie makes.

The mask he is wearing is remarkable. There are the typical red, white and blue colors and of course, there are stars, but the look of Uncle Sam rolling up his sleeve will let every athlete on the opposing team know Miller comes prepared to battle on the ice. On the other side the crazy looking eagle is a fright too. It appears ready to rip the face of someone on a moment’s notice.

The back of the helmet is a soft reflection of Miller’s family. The Russian nesting dolls of Noureen deWulf, Ryan and their dog, Puck really show how close the family is to the sport.

Hopefully hockey fans will see this helmet hit the ice again and again when Team USA battles and defeats their opponents. Hockey is one intense sport in the Winter Olympics and there isn't any doubt there will be an ice fight. And hockey fans will be watching!



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