Gump Worsley was one of the last NHL goalies not to wear a mask. Gump Worsley should be remembered as one of hockey’s greatest goalies. He won the Stanley Cup four times between and won the Vezina Trophy twice in that span.
By Ralph Morse. Once upon a time, NHL goalies played without masks. In this face belonged to Terry Sawchuk, a goalie for the Toronto Maple Leafs. The scars, tho representative of real ones, were applied by a makeup artist.
The Maple Leafs plucked Sawchuk from Detroit in the 1964 Intra-League Draft. Terry would spend three years in Toronto, contributing to their Stanley Cup championship in Claude Provost and Allan Stanley are chasing the puck as well.