5 Amazing Pieces Of Hockey Memorabilia
5. Maurice "Rocket" Richard stick
This stick was used by the legendary Maurice "Rocket" Richard during the 1952-1953 playoffs, which ranks as one of his greatest seasons.
Later Richard gave it to the owner of a hotel in Quebec, who proudly displayed it in his lobby for many years.
It made $5,500 at Heritage Auctions in 2012.
4. 1980 Marcel Dionne trophy
The Art Ross trophy is awarded to the highest scorer in the National Hockey League. This example was presented to Los Angeles Kings player Marcel Dionne in 1980, who came out just ahead of Wayne Gretzky.
It sold for $9,500 at Heritage Auctions in 2012.
3. Frank Clancy card
This near mint card features Frank Clancy (1903-1986), an Ottawa Senators player known as "King of the Heelers".
The card is among the finest known examples and made $15,000 at Heritage Auctions in 2012.
2. 1939 Eddie Shore game worn jersey
Boston Bruins player Eddie Shore wore this shirt during a 1939 all star benefit game for Babe Siebert, head coach of the Montreal Canadians, who had died that year.
It made $57,500 at Heritage in 2008.
1. 1966-1967 Bobby Orr jersey
Bobby Orr is considered one of the greatest players in history. He wore this jersey during his first season for the Boston Bruins in the mid 1960s.
It achieved $168,000 at Heritage in 2010.
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