How Nashville Predators goalie Connor Ingram beat mental health issues

DENVER — Connor Ingram was standing outside the Nashville Predators locker room Wednesday afternoon inside an empty Ball Arena, sans helmet and pads

A bystander remarked that not many people would mistake him for an NHL goalie.

The 6-foot-2, 196-pound 25-year-old “looks like he could work in a comic book store or something,” the person said.

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Coincidentally, a rendering of the famous villain “The Joker” adorns the back of Ingram’s goalie mask. Not so coincidentally, Ingram is an NHL goalie, a man who has fought what’s beneath that helmet — mental health — down a complicated road that has led him to the present.

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