You may or may not see Flyers goalie Steve Mason play in the Stadium Series game against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Feb. 25.
And that's not just because his all-black-everything look will have him blending in with the night sky (because Michal Neuvirth could play, duh).
We showed you Mase's blacked-out gear earlier in the week.
Now he's got a blacked-out mask to match.
Franny Drummond, who does plenty of hockey painting work for the Flyers over the years, shared an image of the mask Mason will have for the big outdoor contest. It's clean.
Personally, I'm a fan of the cleaner look. Often times goalie masks are too busy, getting into the Jersey-shore-airbrushed-T-shirt zone. So I'm a fan of this look.
It's not too late to see Mase's gear for the Stadium Series up close. You can still enter to win tickets to the game in Pittsburgh right here.
Moments like this never get old.
On Saturday, the Temple football captured a special moment for junior tight end Chris Myarick.
After the annual Cherry and White game, the cameras were rolling when Myarick, from Cheltenham High School in Elkins Park, Pa., was awarded a scholarship after making the team as a walk-on in 2014.
Myarick’s teammates mobbed him after the news was announced.
He calls himself "The Process."
He is a main piece of The Process.
And now there's a Lego version of The Process' poster child.
Yes -- thanks to Redditor user dweg1999 -- we have a picture of what Joel Embiid would look like if, yes, he was built of Legos.
After sitting out his first two years in the NBA because of injuries, Embiid burst onto the scene and became an instant star for the Sixers. A piece they can build around both on the court and off it. He's charismatic who knows how to use social media.
Embiid is a special blend of greatness on the court and marketable off it. If he can stay healthy -- his season was cut short because of another one and he will be limited again in 2017-18 -- the Sixers have their guy to build around. Add in a Ben Simmons, a more experienced Dario Saric, potentially two more lottery picks -- at least one more -- and next season will be a whole lot of fun.
But for now, as we wait for the May 16 draft lottery, we are stuck checking out Lego versions of Joel Embiid. If only we were that good with Legos ourselves.