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JERSEYS
1980-1981 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Blue #19, Gord Stafford
This rare fleur-de-lis style jersey was worn for only a few brief seasons when Milwaukee first migrated from the USHL to the IHL: Gord StaffordGord Stafford
 
1984 Sarajevo Olympics Team Canada Red #25, Bruce Driver
Bruce left the University of Wisconsin to play for the Canadian National Team and represent Canada at the 1984 Sarajevo Winter Games prior to entering the NHL: Bruce DriverBruce Driver
1984-1985 NHL New Jersey Devils Road #23, Bruce Driver
Cosby mesh jersey from Bruce's NHL Rookie season (previously played 4 games in 1983-84 as #32), featuring a loop fight-strap and extensive repairs on both sleeves: Bruce DriverBruce Driver
1985-1986 NHL New Jersey Devils Road #23, Bruce Driver
Heavy wear, multiple team repairs and full Cosby tagging highlight this jersey; Photomatched to the 1986-87 Team Media Guide: Bruce DriverBruce Driver
 
1986-1987 NHL Quebec Nordiques Home #17, Basil McRae
Tremendous wear, including re-sewn neck hems, and the rare Rendezvous '87 patch highlight this classic jersey from the NHL's now-defunct Quebec Nordiques: Basil McRaeBasil McRae
 
1987 NHL New Jersey Devils Road (Pre-Set) #23, Bruce Driver
A recycled inaugural season Sandow Knit jersey worn by Bruce during the 1987 Devils preseason campaign: Bruce DriverBruce Driver
 
1989-1990 NHL New Jersey Devils Road #23, Bruce Driver
Great wear with red, green and white team repairs plus a Byron's Hockey Land inventory tag in the fight strap: Bruce DriverBruce Driver
1990-1991 NHL New Jersey Devils Home #23, Bruce Driver
Covered with stick and puck marks as well as a couple of unrepaired holes and refurbished name plate; 1990 was the first year in which the NHL shield was affixed to jerseys: Bruce DriverBruce Driver
1990-1992 NHL New Jersey Devils Home (Pre-Set) #23, Bruce Driver
There are signs of a removed "C" next to the alternate captain's "A" along with heavy wear and multiple repairs; Autographed inside on the back of the crest: Bruce DriverBruce Driver
1991 Canada Cup Team Canada White #38, Bruce Driver
Pre-Tournament white jersey, the only one worn by Bruce Driver after his Canada Cup selection, with a decent amount of stick and puck marks for an International jersey: Bruce DriverBruce Driver
1991-1992 NHL New Jersey Devils Home (Set #2) #23, Bruce Driver
"75th Anniversary of the NHL" and "Devils 10th Anniversary" patches; Has manufactured wear and repairs typical of a "Custom Crafted Special": Bruce DriverBruce Driver
1992-1993 NHL New Jersey Devils Home (Set #1) #9, Tom Chorske
"100th Anniversary of the Stanley Cup" patch on the upper right breast as well as multiple team repairs, including a three-inch repair on the upper right shoulder: Tom ChorskeTom Chorske
 
1992-1993 NHL New Jersey Devils Road (Set #2) #23, Bruce Driver
Along with the "100th Anniversary of the Stanley Cup" patch on the upper right breast this jersey also has the alternate captain's "A" and medium wear; Autographed: Bruce DriverBruce Driver
1994-1995 NHL New Jersey Devils Road (Set #1) #20, Danton Cole
A fantastic jersey from the Devils first Stanley Cup Championship season, this jersey exhibits good wear and is one of only three Devils jerseys ever worn by Danton: Danton ColeDanton Cole
 
1994-1995 NHL New Jersey Devils Road (Set #1) #21, Randy McKay
Heavily used, great inner pilling and an abused neckline highlight this jersey from the Devils first Stanley Cup Championship season: Randy McKayRandy McKay
1995-1996 NHL New Jersey Devils Home (Set #1) #29, Shawn Chambers
Great wear and a bold blood stain on the front logo highlight this jersey from the final season of Devils Ultrafil: Shawn ChambersShawn Chambers
1995-1996 NHL New Jersey Devils Home (Set #2) #21, Randy McKay
Eight team repairs, including a beautiful tear down the front neck, plus two unique spandex inserts sewn into each arm make for an incredible mid-90s Devils jersey: Randy McKayRandy McKay
 
1995-1996 NHL New York Rangers Road (Pre-Set) #33, Bruce Driver
Over one dozen repairs highlight this recycled 1993-1994 regular season jersey that still shows traces of the 1995 All-Star patch: Bruce DriverBruce Driver
1995-1996 NHL New York Rangers Road #33, Bruce Driver
Light overall wear and a few bold stickmarks are scattered across this jersey used during Bruce's first season with the Rangers; Photomatched: Bruce DriverBruce Driver
1995-1996 NHL St. Louis Blues Home (Pre-Set) #37, Roman Vopat
Overall light wear with several stickmarks and large boardburns can be found on this defunct-style Blues sweater: Roman VopatRoman Vopat
1996-1997 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #32, Denny Felsner
Custom ultrafil inserts for sleeve expansion and shortened cuffs, as well as nice overall wear, highlight this now-defunct style IHL jersey: Denny FelsnerDenny Felsner
 
1996-1997 NHL New Jersey Devils Home (PO Set) #19, Bobby Carpenter
Custom sleeves and a repair highlight this 1997 Playoffs jersey that was recycled for use during the start of the 1997-98 regular season: Bobby CarpenterBobby Carpenter
1996-1997 NHL New Jersey Devils Home (Set #2) #28, Kevin Dean
Many stick and puck marks are found throughout this jersey from the first season the Devils used Air-Knits: Kevin DeanKevin Dean
1996-1997 NHL New York Rangers Home #33, Bruce Driver
Several puck and stick marks highlight this game worn mesh size 56 jersey: Bruce DriverBruce Driver
1996-1997 NHL New York Rangers Road #33, Bruce Driver
Starter mesh jersey used in Bruce's second season in New York, featuring light overall wear with extensive unrepaired holes on both sleeves: Bruce DriverBruce Driver
1996-1997 NHL New York Rangers Road #33, Bruce Driver
A goalie-cut 56-G worn by Bruce during his campaign with the New York Rangers: Bruce DriverBruce Driver
1997-1998 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #3, Eric Brule
This multi-recycled Bauer jersey was also worn by Jeff Paynter as well as several other Admirals: Eric BruleEric Brule
 
1997-1998 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #33, Brian Felsner
Excellent overall wear, including several hundred stickmarks and board burns, highlight this jersey from the last season the skating Admirals logo was used: Brian FelsnerBrian Felsner
 
1997-1998 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Home (NOBR) #15, Eric Fenton
This now-defunct style jersey with "A" has at least 300 stick marks and a couple of repairs, as Eric finished fourth in the IHL with 372 PIMs: Eric FentonEric Fenton
 
1997-1998 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #17, Shannon Finn
Rare defunct-style IHL jersey featuring a captain's "C" as well as a unique 3-color 4-inch repair through the front left jersey boarder: Shannon FinnShannon Finn
 
1997-1998 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #10, Sean McCann
Solid wear consisting of stick marks and board burns are found on this defunct Bauer home jersey: Sean McCannSean McCann
 
1997-1998 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Road (NOBR) #35, Mike Minard
There is light overall wear and the outline of "MINARD" on this massive road goalie jersey from the final season of blue skating Admirals: Mike MinardMike Minard
 
1997-1998 NHL New York Rangers Road #33, Bruce Driver
This Starter tie-down is one of Bruce's final career jerseys from his last season of professional hockey: Bruce DriverBruce Driver
1998-1999 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Home (NOBR) #55, Paul Brousseau
Heavy wear including multiple repairs and a re-swen neck hem highlight this multi-recycled jersey: Paul BrousseauPaul Brousseau
 
1998-1999 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Home (REST) #39, Marian Cisar
Over 15 repairs and the outline of "CISAR" are found on this new-style home hockey jersey: Marian CisarMarian Cisar
 
1998-1999 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Road (NOBR) #14, Craig Darby
A Removed "A" and over a dozen repairs highlight this future NHLer's used jersey: Craig DarbyCraig Darby
 
1998-1999 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #16, Matt Eldred
Lighter wear is found on this multi-recycled jersey that was most recently worn by frequent Admiral Matt Eldred: Matt EldredMatt Eldred
 
1998-1999 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #19, David Gosselin
Great wear and many repairs, including a re-sewn fight strap, are featured on this heavily worn new-style Admirals jersey: David GosselinDavid Gosselin
 
1998-1999 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #19, David Gosselin
A destroyed and re-sewn neck hem, as well as over 15 repairs, highlight this incredible example of a new-style road jersey: David GosselinDavid Gosselin
 
1998-1999 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Home (NOBR) #6, Jeff Kealty
Two of the largest repairs out there can be found on this jersey, including an almost 8x1-inch repair on the back 6 and another through the shoulder saber: Jeff KealtyJeff Kealty
 
1998-1999 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #3, Richard Lintner
Amazing fight-esque abuse is found on this jersey including three different repair and sewing styles used on the neck alone: Richard LintnerRichard Lintner
 
1998-1999 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #3, Richard Lintner
Great wear and many repairs on this Bauer road hockey jersey: Richard LintnerRichard Lintner
 
1998-1999 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #40, Karlis Skrastins
Fantastic wear and several repairs highlight Karlis' first North American used jersey: Karlis SkrastinsKarlis Skrastins
 
1998-1999 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Road (REST) #5, John Slaney
Light body wear is found on this sharp looking road jersey used by a fan favorite: John SlaneyJohn Slaney
 
1998-1999 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Road (REST) #26, Alek Stojanov
Nice wear throughout and re-sewn neck hem can be found on this former Chris Armstrong jersey: Alek StojanovAlek Stojanov
 
1998-1999 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Home (REST) #4, Kimmo Timonen
An alternate captain's "A" and great wear is featured on Kimmo's first North American jersey; Photomatched: Kimmo TimonenKimmo Timonen
 
1999-2000 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #18, Eric Bertrand
A removed "A" from a previous recycle and great overall wear highlight this home jersey: Eric BertrandEric Bertrand
 
1999-2000 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #18, Eric Bertrand
Impressive wear, including a multi-piece nameplate, removed "A" and huge repairs highlight this jersey, which was also worn by several players including Brad Smyth: Eric BertrandEric Bertrand
 
1999-2000 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #24, Rob Bonneau
This particular Admirals hockey jersey exhibits excellent overall wear and a multi-piece recycled nameplate: Rob BonneauRob Bonneau
 
1999-2000 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #31, Mike Buzak
Previously worn by goalie Kay Whitmore, this uniquely sized 54G jersey exhibits nice wear: Mike BuzakMike Buzak
 
1999-2000 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #39, Marian Cisar
Over 15 nasty repairs and countless stickmarks can be found on this pounded jersey featuring the Milwaukee Summerfest patch: Marian CisarMarian Cisar
 
1999-2000 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #19, David Gosselin
Over 45+ team repairs, in three different colors, highlight this awesome Admiral jersey that saw a lot of time in the box: David GosselinDavid Gosselin
 
1999-2000 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #23, Paul Healey
Great wear including a lot of lower body wear and several repairs highlight this road jersey: Paul HealeyPaul Healey
 
1999-2000 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #6, Samy Nasreddine
Previously recycled, Samy wore this Bauer jersey in a handful of games during the 2000 campaign: Samy NasreddineSamy Nasreddine
 
1999-2000 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #6, Samy Nasreddine
A unique woven material was used to create the recycled nameplate, with similar styles found on other shirts used during the 99-00 season: Samy NasreddineSamy Nasreddine
 
1999-2000 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #17, Brent Peterson
One of the most worn modern-era shirts out there, this jersey is covered with stickmarks, unrepaired holes, and the a captain's "A": Brent PetersonBrent Peterson
 
1999-2000 NHL New Jersey Devils Home (Set #1) #18, Sergei Brylin
Hammered is the only way to describe this Stanley Cup winning season jersey, which has 18 team repairs: Sergei BrylinSergei Brylin
1999-2000 NHL New Jersey Devils Road (Set #1) #20, Jay Pandolfo
A half-dozen repairs and many solid slash marks highlight this Stanley Cup winning jersey, which is part of the only public Devils set from 2000: Jay PandolfoJay Pandolfo
2000-2001 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Alternate #26, Denis Arkhipov

This tye-dyed jersey was worn by the Admirals for a full weekend and surprisingly shows good wear with several heavy stick marks; Autographed:

Denis ArkhipovDenis Arkhipov
 
2000-2001 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #2, "Bubba" Berenzweig
Great wear and repairs highlight this multi-patch gem from the first season SP jerseys and the last season of the International Hockey League: Andrew "Bubba" BerenzweigAndrew "Bubba" Berenzweig
 
2000-2001 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #2, "Bubba" Berenzweig
One of the most unique repairs out there can be found on this heavily worn road shirt, which has a repair literally through the nameplate and on the air-knit: Andrew "Bubba" BerenzweigAndrew "Bubba" Berenzweig
 
2000-2001 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #15, Jason Goulet
Solid wear with repairs and the Edge Pro Gel back patch highlight his awesome road hockey jersey: Jason GouletJason Goulet
 
2000-2001 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #3, Timo Helbling
Timo wore this one-game-wonder in his first game as an Admiral in the 2001 IHL playoffs: Timo HelblingTimo Helbling
 
2000-2001 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #5, David Lemay
Defintely a recycled jersey, the addition of the multi-piece "LEMAY" nameplate leads to question of its creation, as David never skated a game with the Admirals: David LemayDavid Lemay
 
2000-2001 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #11, Marc Moro

Heavy wear, a dozen team repairs and the captain's "C" make this Admirals shirt a must-have from the final IHL season:

Marc MoroMarc Moro
 
2000-2001 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #14, Bert Robertsson
This multi-recycled jersey was also worn by Steve Parsons in his only home game as an Admiral; Photomatched to Parsons: Bert RobertssonBert Robertsson
 
2000-2001 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #14, Bert Robertsson
A great deal of effort went in to place to convert this Bauer jersey for use with their SP set, including sewing over the front logo and blackening out the back logo: Bert RobertssonBert Robertsson
 
2000-2001 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #12, Jeremy Stevenson
Multiple repairs and extensive wear can be found on this future National Hockey League enforcer's jersey: Jeremy StevensonJeremy Stevenson
 
2000-2001 IHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #45, Jason Ulmer
Randy Robitaille first wore this final-season IHL jersey which still faintly has an outline of the "LE" of his name on the back: Bert RobertssonBert Robertsson
 
2001-2002 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #12, Erik Anderson
Two patches, a patriotic American Flag and a Milwaukee Summerfest logo, highlight this rare SP brand American Hockey League jersey: Erik AndersonErik Anderson
 
2001-2002 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #39, Marian Cisar
This jersey was recycled from the IHL for use in the AHL by removing the IHL logo patch and adding the 9/11 flag: Marian CisarMarian Cisar
 
2001-2002 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #25, Jan Lasak
A fantastic shirt used by Slovakia's 2002 Olympic hockey team starting goaltender: Jan LasakJan Lasak
 
2001-2002 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #24, Nathan Perrott
Multi-patch gem from an up-and-coming enforcer, features fairly light wear: Nathan PerrottNathan Perrott
 
2001-2002 NHL New Jersey Devils Road (Set #2) #3, Ken Daneyko
Moderate wear including burns and several nice slash marks highlight this jersey from Mr. Devil himself; Photomatched: Ken DaneykoKen Daneyko
2001-2002 NHL New Jersey Devils Home (Set #1) #16, Bobby Holik
Fantastic wear and over one-dozen repairs are scattered across this custom hemmed size 58 jersey: Bobby HolikBobby Holik
2002-2003 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #31, Brian Finley
Huge size 56G goalie-cut jersey scattered with stick and puck marks: Brian FinleyBrian Finley
 
2002-2003 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #5, Timo Helbling
New-style AHL shirt with decent wear used by a Swiss-born future star: Timo HelblingTimo Helbling
 
2002-2003 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #11, Raitis Ivanans
Raitis has gone on to a prosperous National Hockey League career after donning this road red Milwaukee jersey: Raitis IvanansRaitis Ivanans
 
2002-2003 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #24, Konstantin Panov
Great wear, including extensive board burns on both sleeves, for a new-style home AHL jersey: Konstantin PanovKonstantin Panov
 
2002-2003 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #6, Peter Smrek
Nice board burns and discoloration can be found throughout this jersey used in the final AHL season for SP: Peter SmrekPeter Smrek
 
2002-2003 REL Moscow Dynamo White #33, Alexander Semak
Light overall wear and a nameplate change can be found on this All-State Insurance sponsored Russian Elite League jersey: Alexander SemakAlexander Semak
 
2002-2003 NHL New Jersey Devils Road (Set #2) #6, Tommy Albelin
Light wear including a few burns and a nice slash on the front crest highlight this jersey from late in the career of this long-time Devil: Tommy AlbelinTommy Albelin
2003-2004 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #13, Mike Farrell
A completely destroyed and repaired fight-strap and great overall wear highlight this 2004 Calder Cup road jersey: Mike FarrellMike Farrell
 
2003-2004 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #19, Alexandre Jacques
Alexandre wore several numbers during the 2004 Calder Cup Championship campaign, finally sticking with 19 as the team entered the AHL playoffs: Alexandre JacquesAlexandre Jacques
 
2003-2004 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #15, Bryan Lundbohm
Nice overall wear from this American-born skater's third hockey season with the Admirals: Bryan LundbohmBryan Lundbohm
 
2003-2004 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #18, Nathan Lutz
Another excellent home jersey used during the 2004 Calder Cup Championship campaign; Autographed: Nathan LutzNathan Lutz
 
2003-2004 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #36, Jeremy Yablonski
Worn during the 2004 Calder Cup Championship season, this jersey was a Matt Eldred recycle prepared for Yablonski despite being a size 54: Jeremy YablonskiJeremy Yablonski
 
2003-2004 NHL New Jersey Devils Home (Pre-Set) #20, Jay Pandolfo
Light wear typical of a pre-season shirt, including a few stick marks and burns, highlights this jersey from the NHL-MGG program: Jay PandolfoJay Pandolfo
2004-2005 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #25, Jerred Smithson
Jerred played in every home game during the 2004-2005 season and it shows as his lone home jersey is absolutely destroyed with over 50+ sewn team repairs: Jerred SmithsonJerred Smithson
 
2004-2005 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #25, Jerred Smithson
This jersey is pounded with stickmarks and boardburns, plus it features over 25+ sewn team repairs and lots of red paint transfers: Jerred SmithsonJerred Smithson
 
2004-2005 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #22, Jordin Tootoo
One of the most abused Tootoo jerseys in existence, as Milwaukee wore only one set for the entire season and playoffs, this jersey is absolutely hammered: Jordin TootooJordin Tootoo
 
2004-2005 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Road #33, Jeremy Yablonski
Yabo won the hearts of many Milwaukee fans in this fight-abused jersey with a popped collar: Jeremy YablonskiJeremy Yablonski
 
2004-2005 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Home #17, Brendan Yarema
Multiple unrepaired holes, large boarburns and stickmarks highlight this multi-recycled Admirals jersey: Brendan YaremaBrendan Yarema
 
2005-2006 SNLA Kloten Flyers Blue #47, André "Andi" Rufener
A fantastic Suisse Nationalliga A jersey, showing light overall wear with several nice stickmarks and boardburns; Autographed on back: Andre RufenerAndre Rufener
 
2005-2006 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Road (Set #2) #11, Paul Brown
A rare three-patch gem from the 2006 Calder Cup Finals, featuring eight sewn team repairs: Paul BrownPaul Brown
 
2005-2006 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Road (Set #2) #36, Nathan Lutz
Over 20 team repairs highlight this jersey from Nathan's only career full season in the American Hockey League: Nathan LutzNathan Lutz
 
2005-2006 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Alternate #24, Libor Pivko
Unique plaid leisure suit jerseys were worn for a weekend series as a tribute to Admirals television commercials featuring Brewers baseball announcer Bob Uecker: Libor PivkoLibor Pivko
 
2005-2006 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Home (Set #1) #22, Jordin Tootoo
Because of pending style changes for the upcoming season, Jordin wore this recycled set #1 jersey in the 2006 AHL Calder Cup Finals: Jordin TootooJordin Tootoo
 
2005-2006 NHL New Jersey Devils Road (Set #2) #6, Tommy Albelin
Tommy wore this jersey on the road in the final NHL season of a career that spanned over 1,000 regular season and NHL playoff games; Photomatched: Tommy AlbelinTommy Albelin
 
2006-2007 AHL Milwaukee Admirals Home (Set #2) #3, TJ Reynolds
Heavy fight abuse and sewing repairs are littered across this first-year style Admirals jersey; Photomatched: TJ ReynoldsTJ Reynolds
 
2006-2007 UHL Rockford Icehogs Home #6, Corey Hessler
The Colonial Cup was awarded to the 2007 UHL Champion Rockford Icehogs; Photomatched to Corey raising the cup after game seven: Corey HesslerCorey Hessler
 
2007-2008 AHL Rockford Icehogs Road (Set #2) #12, Jack Skille
First round draft choice Jack Skille wore this Rbk Edge jersey throughout the second half of the regular season and AHL playoffs in his first full professional season; Autographed: Jack SkilleJack Skille
 
2008-2009 WJHL Monroe Ice Breakers Blue #14
The players were in town and the schedule was set, but the Wisconsin Junior Hockey League never played a game in Monroe; WJHL patch on upper front right: Corey HesslerCorey Hessler
 
Movie Worn "The Mighty Ducks" 1973 Hawks #9, Gordon Bombay
This vintage knit jersey was featured by Gordon Bombay (Brock Pierce) during flashback scenes in both "The Mighty Ducks" and the sequel: Gordon BombayGordon Bombay
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Movie Worn "The Mighty Ducks" Hawks #9, Adam Banks
Prior to joining the Mighty Ducks' D-5 roster, character Adam Banks played for the Hawks with this custom-hemmed jersey: Adam BanksAdam Banks
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Movie Worn "The Mighty Ducks" Hawks #33, (Casey Garven) Larson
Actual hockey wear, including interior cuff piling, stickmarks and board burns, are scattered throughout this custom-shorted jersey: Larson HawksLarson Hawks
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Movie Worn "The Mighty Ducks" Hawks #7, (Michael Ooms) McGill
Resident enforcer McGill bullied the Mighty Ducks as well as this jersey, as there is an abundance of exterior pilling throughout the jersey: McGill HawksMcGill Hawks
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Movie Worn "The Mighty Ducks" Mighty Ducks #4, Lester Averman
Known best for his cheesy humor, this jersey was worn by Lester Averman (Matt Doherty) in the first of three Ducks films: Lester AvermanLester Averman
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Movie Worn "D2: The Mighty Ducks" Mighty Ducks #9, Jesse Hall
Quack! Quack! Movie character Jesse Hall was an original Duck played by Brandon Adams who wore this jersey during the initial training scene in Disney's "D2: The Mighty Ducks": Jesse HallJesse Hall
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Movie Worn "D2: The Mighty Ducks" Team Iceland #9, Gunner Stahl
Team Iceland leading scorer Gunner Stahl was played by Scott Whyte who also appeared in the third installment of the Ducks film series: Gunner StahlGunner Stahl
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Movie Worn "D2: The Mighty Ducks" Team USA #96, Charlie Conway
Lead character Charlie Conway (Joshua Jackson) wore this beautiful USA Junior Goodwill Games jersey on-ice and on the bench throughout multiple scenes: Charlie ConwayCharlie Conway
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Movie Worn "D2: The Mighty Ducks" Team USA #00, Guy Germaine
An original Duck, the tagging in this hockey jersey is labeled "Dbl" for Garette Ratliff Henson: Guy GermaineGuy Germaine
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Movie Worn "D2: The Mighty Ducks" Team USA #44, Fulton Reed
Bash Brother Fulton Reed, played by Elden Ratliff Henson, was a key character in all three Ducks movies: Fulton ReedFulton Reed
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Movie Worn "D2: The Mighty Ducks" Team USA #56, Russ Tyler
Known for his knuckle puck, Russ Tyler (Kenan Thompson) was a late addition to the Junior Goodwill Games roster: Russ TylerRuss Tyler
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Movie Worn "D3: The Mighty Ducks" Mighty Ducks #33, Greg Goldberg
Goaltender Greg Goldberg, played by Shaun Weiss, wore this jersey prior to switching to defense and added some excellent game use such as post paint: Greg GoldbergGreg Goldberg
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Movie Worn "D3: The Mighty Ducks" Mighty Ducks #18, Connie Moreau
Female hockey player Connie Moreau (Marguerite Moreau) wore this Starter jersey in the final game versus the varsity team in D3: The Mighty Ducks: Connie MoreauConnie Moreau
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Movie Worn "D3: The Mighty Ducks" Eden Hall Warriors #44, Fulton Reed
After being labeled as "Reed" on his jerseys until the end of the second movie, Bash Brother Fulton Reed was known simply as "Fulton" throughout the third film: Fulton ReedFulton Reed
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Movie Worn "D3: The Mighty Ducks" Eden Hall Warriors #99, Adam Banks
Banks (Vincent Larusso) was the only Duck to make the varsity team, and only wore this jersey in the locker room scene prior to rejoining his original teammates: Adam BanksAdam Banks
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Movie Worn "Miracle" Team Romania #15, Alexandru Halauca
Alexandru Halauca was the only Romanian player referenced by name during the team's short clip in the Disney film "Miracle": Alexandru HalaucaAlexandru Halauca
 
GLOVES
Tommy Albelin Tommy Albelin Tommy Albelin Tomy Albelin
Old-Style leather Sher-Wood gloves with restitched palms, Tommy's number (6) hand written inside and unique NHL shields on the thumbs: Tommy's number (6) is hand written on the outside of each of these new colors JOFA gloves which have had new palms added:
Tom Chorske Tom Chorske Kevin Dean Kevin Dean
"CHORSKE" is stitched into the cuffs of each of these well-worn Louisville's: "DEAN" is screen printed onto each of these CCM leather gloves:
Bruce Driver Bruce Driver Bruce Driver Bruce Driver
Bruce's number (23) is hand written inside each of these mid-1980's CCM gloves which feature a completely replaced left palm and original Cosby tagging: From Bruce's lone captain season, 1991-92; Photomatched to the 1992-93 Devils Media Guide:
Mike Dunham Mike Dunham Cale Hulse Cale Hulse
"MIKE DUNHAM" is stitched on the back of this heavily used goalie catcher from the 1996-97 season; Photomatched: "HULSE" is screened over a blacked out "DEAN" on these CCM gloves which also have a repaired right palm:
Myles O'Connor Myles O'Connor Denis Pederson Denis Pederson
Old-style JOFA gloves with hand written "O'Connor" and number (5) inside the cuffs: Hand written "10" on the outside cuff of each of these CCM gloves; Autographed on right glove:
Ricard Persson Ricard Persson Mike Rupp Mike Rupp
"PERSSON" is screen printed on these Vaughn gloves: Screen Printed "RUPP" and great wear can be found on both of these gloves from the unlikely hero of Game 7 of the 2003 Stanley Cup Finals:
Alexander Semak Alexander Semak Brian Sullivan Brian Sullivan
Re-Printed "EMMA" over "SEMAK 20" CCM gloves worn by Alexander as well as by former Hobey Baker Award winner David Emma; Photo matched to Semak and Petr Sykora in several game programs: Hand written red "25" on the inside left cuff of Brian's AHL Utica Cooper gloves also used in his only NHL season, 1992-93; Photo matched to a team calendar:
Chris Terreri Chris Terreri Valeri Zelepukin Valeri Zelepukin
One of the long-time Devils' final catch mits, this glove shows an extensive amount of wear and also has "TERRERI" stitched on the back: Ferland's with heavily worn palms and "ZELEPUKIN" screen printed on each cuff:
 
SKATES
Sergei Brylin Sergei Brylin Bobby Carpenter Bobby Carpenter
CCM 752's with "BRYLIN 18" printed on the bottom of the left skate: CCM 651's with hand written number (19) on both bottoms from the Devils' 1994-95 Stanley Cup Championship season; Photo matched to 1995-96 pre-season yearbook:
Shawn Chambers Shawn Chambers Tom Chorske Tom Chorske
CCM 652's with "CHAMBERS 22" hand written on both bottoms and labeled "4", brought to Devils from Lightning and used during the Devils' 1994-95 Stanley Cup Championship season: CCM 652's with "CHORSKE #2 9/9/94" printed on both bottoms:
Jim Dowd Jim Dowd Bruce Driver Bruce Driver
Bauer 2000's with number (11) hand written on both bottoms, re-stitched boots and heavy blue pilling, possibly brought to New Jersey from his Lake Superior State days: Bauer 1000 skates with light wear; Autographed by Bruce and teammate Bill Guerin:
Slava Fetisov Slava Fetisov Claude Lemieux Claude Lemieux
Reidell 651TS's with "Viacheslav Fetisov" etched into each skate and number (2) hand written on both bottoms: CCM 652's with 'Reebok Pumps' and hand written numbers (22) on the bottoms, from Claude's Conn Smythe Trophy 1994-95 season; Photo matched to the 1995 Stanley Cup Finals Game Program:
Stephane Richer Stephane Richer Valeri Zelepukin Valeri Zelepukin
Bauer Supreme 1000 skates with "RICHER" hand written on both bottoms: CCM 752's with "ZELEPUKIN 25" printed on bottoms:
OTHER
John MacLean John MacLean Jay Pandolfo Jay Pandolfo
Heavily used home leggings with hand written numbers (15) and multiple team repairs, originating from the 1996-97 season: Home leggings with hand written numbers (20) from Jay's NHL rookie season, 1996-97:
Black Training Suit Training Suits Green Training Suit Training Suits
New-style ProPlayer training suit from the 2000 Devils Stanley Cup Championship season, initialed "D.N." for Equipment Manager Dave Nicholls: Early 1980's trainers' suit, worn by members of the coaching staff both on and off the ice:
Black Breezers Breezers Green Breezers Breezers
New-style New Jersey Devils CCM size 44: Old-style New Jersey Devils CCM Supra's with Cosby tagging:
STICKS
Tommy Albelin Dave Andreychuk
Chimo; Autographed: KOHO:
Tommy Albelin Dave Andreychuk
Jason Arnott Jiri Bicek
Easton (Synergy): Louisville:
Jason Arnott Jiri Bicek
Brad Bombardir Steve Brule
VIC: Sher-wood:
Brad Bombardir Steve Brule
Sergei Brylin Bobby Carpenter
Warrior; Autographed: Bauer:
Sergei Brylin Bobby Carpenter
Tom Chorske Danton Cole
Sher-Wood: Louisville:
Tom Chorske Danton Cole
Mike Commodore Ken Daneyko
KOHO: Easton:
Mike Commodore Ken Daneyko
Ken Daneyko Kevin Dean
Titan; Game Issued & Dated 4/2/1992: KOHO; Autographed:
Ken Daneyko Kevin Dean
Bruce Driver Bruce Driver
Northland; Autographed: KOHO; Cracked:
Bruce Driver Bruce Driver
Patrick Elias Dave Ellet
Sher-wood: VIC:
Patrick Elias Dave Ellet
Jeff Friesen Scott Gomez
Mission: Easton (Synergy):
Jeff Friesen Scott Gomez
Bobby Holik Steve Kelly
Sher-Wood: Bauer:
Bobby Holik Steve Kelly
Jamie Langenbrunner Claude Lemiux
Easton (Synergy): Titan; Dated 2/3/1995:
Jamie Langenbrunner Claude Lemieux
John MacLean John MacLean
Titan; Dated 4/10/1991 & Autographed: Titan; Dated 11/16/1998:
John MacLean John MacLean
John Madden Vladamir Malakhov
Nike: KOHO (Hyper-K):
John Madden Vladamir Malakhov
Dave Maley Troy Mallette
VIC: KOHO:
Dave Maley Troy Mallette
Grant Marshall Chris McAlpine
Louisville: Bauer:
Grant Marshall Chris McAlpine
Randy McKay Jim McKenzie
Easton (Synergy): Easton (Synergy):
Randy McKay Jim McKenzie
Corey Millen Sergei Nemchinov
Bauer: Sher-Wood:
Corey Millen Sergei Nemchinov
Lyle Odelein Krzysztof Oliwa
Sher-Wood: VIC:
Lyle Odelein Krzysztof Oliwa
Jay Pandolfo Brian Rafalski
Canadien: CCM:
Jay Pandolfo Brian Rafalski
Pascal Rheaume Stephane Richer
Sher-Wood: Sher-Wood:
Pascal Rheaume Stephane Richer
Brian Rolston Vadim Sharifijanov
Easton: VIC:
Brian Rolston Vadim Sharifijanov
Richard Smehlik Scott Stevens
Easton (Synergy): Louisville:
Richard Smehlik Scott Stevens
Turner Stevenson Petr Sykora
KOHO: Titan; Dated 1/25/1999:
Turner Stevenson Petr Sykora
Petr Sykora Ken Sutton
JOFA; Hand labeled "10/25/00 @FLA 1": VIC:
Petr Sykora Ken Sutton
Oleg Tverdovsky Colin White
Bauer (Composite); Autographed: Easton:
Oleg Tverdovsky Colin White
Valeri Zelepukin  
Sher-Wood; Autographed:  
Valeri Zelepukin  
Corey Schwab Chris Terreri
Bauer: Sher-Wood:
Corey Schwab Chris Terreri
Chris Terreri Chris Terreri
Sher-Wood; Autographed: Sher-Wood:
Chris Terreri Chris Terreri
John Vanbiesbrouck  
VIC:  
John Vanbiesbrouck  
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