Claim: this photo shows the face of a hockey goalie before masks became standard game equipment, 1966.
Photo credit: Ralph Morse, Time & Life Pictures / Getty Images
The claim implies that the scars and wounds are real. They are not. Terry Sawchuk was an Ukrainian-Canadian professional ice hockey goalie. The fake scars and wounds were applied by a professional makeup artist to simulate injuries in 16 years of professional hockey.
Note that Mr. Sawchuk did suffer from a large amount of injuries during his NHL career. For example, he received some 400 stitches to his face before adopting a protective facemask in 1962.
Source: Time magazine.