This white Christian goalie stick was game used by Andy Moog while playing for the Dallas Stars. Moog spent 18 NHL seasons between the pipes. His career began with the Oilers where he captured 3 Stanley Cups in 7 seasons. After that it was onto Boston, where Andy and the Bruins went to 2 Stanley Cup Finals appearances in 3 years only to fall at the hands of his old teammates in the Finals both times. Andy would spend 6 years in Beantown before moving onto Dallas for 4 and then a final season in Montreal. Andy was a 4-time NHL All Star who won the 1990 Jennings Trophy. All said, Andy retired with 372 regular season victories and another 68 playoff wins, quite impressive.
This white Christian goalie stick has the player name “Moog” on the side. The stick is fully taped on the butt and blade. It is uncracked and in beautiful condition. Also found on this stick is the “Curtis Curve”, a slight “bend” in the stick near the paddle. This feature was originally designed by goaltender Curtis Joseph and is so named.