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Philip Anthony Esposito is a Canadian broadcaster, and former professional ice hockey executive, coach and player. A member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, he played 18 seasons in the National Hockey League for the Chicago Black Hawks, Boston Bruins and New York Rangers. He is considered one of the greatest players of all time, and is the older brother of fellow Hall-of-Famer Tony Esposito, a goaltender.
Phil Esposito Game Worn Jersey. Sold for nearly $40,000.
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Montreal Canadiens 1976-77 Stanley Cup Trophy — Voted Best Hockey Team of All Time by the Sporting News!
Montreal Canadiens Stanley Cup trophy from the 1976-77 season, a team widely viewed as the best hockey team of all time. Trophies were given out to players and executives, with this particular trophy issued to assistant general manager Ron Caron. The 76-77 Canadiens had a staggering 60-8-12 record, and swept the Boston Bruins en route to their 20th Stanley Cup championship. Trophy’s text is written in French, and displays the name ”Club De Hockey Canadiens / 1976-77” followed by the names of the executives and all the players on the squad. Written near the bowl of the cup is the phrase ”From Stanley of Preston”. Silver trophy sits on a circular black composite base with a green felt bottom. Measures 13” in height and 5.75” in diameter. Some minor tarnishing to the silver, else near fine. Sold for $9,983.
1951-52 Parkhurst #53 Jack Stewart PSA 9 Pop 1 of 5
John Sherratt “Black Jack” Stewart (1917-1983) suffered a severe spinal injury rupturing a disc in 1950, that doctors felt would end his career and may require him to walk with a cane. However, having missed the remainder of the 1950-51 season, Stewart had the disc removed, and was back on the ice the following year. Black Jack started playing professionally with the Pittsburgh Hornets of the International-American Hockey League before entering the NHL with the Detroit Red Wings in 1938. Stewart played defense for the Red Wings (1938-1949) and the Chicago Black Hawks (1950-1952), and though he played with a fierce passion, was not necessarily considered a dirty player. Stewart helped the Wings capture the 1943 and 1950 Stanley Cup championships over the Boston Bruins and New York Rangers, respectively. Jack Stewart retired after the 1951-52 season with 31 regular season goals and 84 assists while adding 765 penalty minutes. In postseason play, he also scored five goals and 14 assists in 80 career playoff games, winning two NHL titles. Black Jack Stewart was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1964. 1951-52 Parkhurst — Jack Stewart #53 — PSA 9 . Sold for $2,520.
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1958 Parkhurst — Allan Stanley #23 — PSA 10 — Population 1 of 1
Sold for $1,977
1954 Parkhurst Gus Mortson #81 PSA 9 Pop 1 of 1
1954 Parkhurst — Gus Mortson #81 — PSA 9 — Population 1 of 1 . James Angus Gerald “Gus” “Old Hardrock” Mortson (1925-2015) was a hard-nosed defenseman for the Toronto Maple Leafs during the 1940 dynasty that captured four Stanley Cups, including three straight from 1947-1949. He was signed to play with the Tulsa Oilers in 1945, the Toronto farm affiliate in the United Stated Hockey League. Upon arriving in Toronto, Gus was paired with stay-at-home defenseman Jimmy Thompson to form the Leafs exceptional rearguard duo, nicknamed “The Gold Dust Twins.” Mortson often helped lead end-to-end rushes with forwards as Thompson patrolled the blueline, defusing potential attacks. He led the league in his first season, and three other seasons in penalty minutes and topped the 100-penalty minutes mark eight times in his 13-year career. Mortson helped the Maple Leafs win four Stanley Cup championships (1947-1949, 1951), was named to the 1949-50 NHL All-Star First Team and played in eight NHL All-Star Games. He played for the Leafs (1946-1952), the Chicago Black Hawks (1952-1958) and the Detroit Red Wings (1958-59). Gus Mortson scored 46 goals and 152 assists as well as 1,380 penalty minutes in 797 NHL games. He scored five postseason goals and eight assists in 54 playoff games winning four Stanley Cup championships. Sold for $1,460.
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