Bob Mason played in 145 career NHL games, played in the Olympics and was a member of Team USA for the 1987 Canada Cup. Yet he has a total of 2 NHL cards. Those cards are from the 2004-05 ITG Franchise set, almost 14 years after his last NHL game. Bob Mason couldn't even crack the 1990-91 Pro Set edition. So we'll right those wrongs and present to you the 1984-85 OPC Bob Mason rookie card. Bob Mason is best known for his spread eagle stance after allowing the series winning goal in quadruple overtime in Game 7 versus the New York Islander in 1987. Sport is cruel, as there is always a loser, no matter how well they played. Today Mr Mason is in his 10th year as the goaltending coach for the Minnesota Wild. He has helped the Wild win a William Jennings trophy and a Wild goalie has led the league in save percentage twice during his tenure.