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    1987-88 Tony McKegney Game Worn St. Louis Blues Jersey.

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    With a formidable 320 goals and 319 assist during his professional career, Tony McKegney remains one of the more popular left wingers ever to take the Ice for the St. Louis Blues. Presenting the Barclay Plager "8" mourning patch on the left sleeve, this white air-mesh jersey was worn by McKegney during his first of two seasons in St. Louis. Exhibits solid game wear, including numerous stick and slash marks, board burns, board paint transfer, inner pilling, and in excess of a dozen team-sewn repairs. Proper tagging consists of Maska in the collar and CCM in the tail. LOA from Heritage Auctions. LOA from

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