It must be a HECC approved Cat eye; there has been one made with an extra bar that protects above the eyes.
There is also a "cat eye" that currently comes on Eddy/Olie lids, but it looks more like your wearing a 3 layered chain link fence, rather than seeing more of the play. The Bemidji State netminder used this cage in the frozen four this year.
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