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    1942-44 Maurice "Rocket" Richard Game Used Rookie Era Stick - HOFer and 500 Goal Scorer. Unquestionably, one of the greatest legends ever to lace up the skates, Maurice Richard was the first player in history to score 500 goals, and in the process the Montreal native was a key part of eight Stanley Cup-winning squads. Offered here is a hockey stick that was used during the early part of his storied career. Accompanied with a signed letter of provenance from the Richard family, it displays the "Rocket's" traditional black tape job on the blade and knob, while heavy use is exhibited throughout. In addition, the proper "A. Larivee" is stamped on the shaft, as his Richard's legendary No. "9". A great opportunity to own an authentic gamer from one of the most prolific goal scorers in history. Letter of provenance from the Richard family. LOA from John Balawejder/Double Deke Hockey.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2015
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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