Oilers’ Ben Scrivens Raises Awareness For Mental Health With New Mask (Video)


If only more professional athletes were like Ben Scrivens.

The Edmonton Oilers goaltender, a Cornell graduate who recently adopted a dog from the Edmonton Humane Society, has always tried to exemplify intelligence and goodwill.

Now, he has joined a year-long campaign to raise awareness for mental health.

The goalie had the words “Empathy” and “Hope” painted on the back of his new mask by an artist who lives with schizophrenia, and the result was pretty awesome.

Keep doing you, Ben.

h/t For The Win

Video of the Night

If you’re a diehard NHL fan who likes to see the minute details in every play or are a fan of one-hit wonder rap artist Juvenile, then you love things in slow motion. Check out all of this week’s best goals and saves in slow-mo.

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Photo of the Night

Benny the Bull was a little too excited about electronic music artist Skrillex’s appearance at the United Center.

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Tweet of the Night

Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee is a smart man. He’s preparing for next week’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers by politely asking Antonio Brown not to kick him in the face.

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