This is Harry Lumley, who spent 16 years in the NHL, beginning in 1943 and ending in 1960. During that time, he saw duty with New York, Detroit, Chicago, Toronto, and Boston.
I saw Lumley play after he retired from the bigs, when he strapped on the pads for the Collingwood Shipbuilders and would come to Orillia to take on the Orillia Pepsis in the old Ontario Senior A League.
I don’t think he wore a facemask then, he never wore one in the NHL, and he certainly never wore this thing. I’m not even sure what this is all about, but it seems an artist was having some fun back then.