This stunning black Turn Back The Clock knit gamer by CCM was worn by Stu Grimson during the 1991-92 NHL season. After unsuccessfully trying to break into Calgary’s lineup in the late 1980’s, Grimson found a home with the Chicago Blackhawks in 1990. Grimson would build the foundation of his career in Chicago, where he played for 3 seasons. His NHL journey would later take him to Anaheim, Detroit, Hartford, Carolina, LA and Nashville. Stu would partake in 14 NHL seasons, striking fear into the opposition as he skated down the wing. In 729 career games, Grimson compiled 2113 PIMS. The 1991-92 season saw Grimson compile one of his career best penalty minute totals as he racked up 234 PIMS in 54 games played. “The Grim Reaper” will be remembered as one of the most feared heavyweights of his generation.
The 1991-92 season saw each of the original 6 teams sparingly don their stunning Turn Back The Clock jerseys as the NHL celebrated 75 years of hockey.
Sewn to the right breast of this gamer is the 75-year NHL patch. This stunning barber pole gamer is a throwback to the NHL’s original 6 origins. Worn ever sparingly, the game use on this sweater is light with stick marks being clearly evident in the non black areas of this sweater. Affixed to the inside is the Sports Registry barcode which dates directly to its purchase from the Chicago Blackhawks nearly 2 decades ago. An outstanding jersey which will forever appeal to a wide array of collectors. It will be accompanied by a MGG letter.