Let's just say it screams Blues, not just the team and color but the musical genre too. On opposite sides are dueling guitars, connected by a string of musical notes across the chin and an old-school Blues script on the chin. Miller explained they are more than regular old guitars.
The guitars on the mask by @BishopDesigns are Jimmy Page's Gibson and Jimi Hendrix's Fender. I think it turned out great. Thanks Ray!— Ryan Miller (@RyanMiller3039) March 20, 2014
On the top is the Blues' note logo along with an the famour Arch stretching from side to side.
On the back plate you'll find Miller's motto "Miller Time" with a bulldog in green. It clashes a bit but that's the spot for personal touches more than anything else on the mask and green of course harkens back to his days at Michigan State.
It's already proving to be not the most popular mask -- certainly not as popular as Miller's Olympic mask -- but it's a throwback of sorts. Miller is paying homage to one of the Blues' greatest goalies.
Miller's new mask was inspired by this previous mask worn by former Blue Curtis Joseph. pic.twitter.com/L2gjOZGEy2— St. Louis Blues (@StLouisBlues) March 20, 2014
No matter how you feel about this mask, it's certainly better than all white.