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1995 Last Puck Ever Used at Boston Garden - From Collection of Referee and Player Paul Stewart....

2010 November Dallas Signature Sports Collectibles Auction #7028

 
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Offers to date: $854 on January 21, 2013
Auction Ended On: Nov 5, 2010
Item Activity: 4 Internet/mail/phone bidders Number of Bidders
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Location: Heritage Auctions
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Dallas, TX 75219
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1995 Last Puck Ever Used at Boston Garden - From Collection of Referee and Player Paul Stewart. It's no secret that one of the most legendary venues in NBA history was the famed Boston Garden, and its mystical parquet hardwood. However, one of the NHL's most historic franchises, the Boston Bruins were actually the first professional sports team to occupy the famed arena, and actually started using the facility during the building's first year in existence, 1928. Offered here is not only a piece of basketball or hockey history, this unquestionably is one of the most significant artifacts in all of sports. The last puck ever used at Boston Garden, this piece was removed from the ice by referee Paul Stewart after the Bruins' 1995 NHL exhibition game against the Montreal Canadiens. Puck shows definitive wear, with "Thanks for the Memories 1928 Boston Garden 1995" screened on the opposite side of the classic NHL shield design. Obviously, this puck is a perfect candidate for a compelling museum display, but with the help of Heritage Auctions, it may soon appear in your memorabilia collection. LOA from Paul Stewart.

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