This black and blonde Titan ASD hockey stick was game used by 4 time Stanley Cup winner Claude Lemieux while playing for the Colorado Avalanche. Lemieux recently concluded a 21-year NHL career that is likely to be recognized with induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame at some future date. Claude was the consummate winner, who had the unique ability to raise his level of play when the playoffs rolled around.
Claude led his teams to 4 Stanley Cup titles and ranks among the all-time elite in playoff scoring. Claude partook in 233 playoff games and scored 158 points while racking up 529 PIMS. He was awarded with the 1995 Conn Smythe Trophy after leading the New Jersey Devils to their first ever Stanley Cup championship. As a rookie in 1986, Claude was a late season call-up who played the full slate of playoff contests as the Canadiens captured the Stanley Cup. This 40-goal man has regular season career totals that include 379 goals, 786 points and 1777 PIMS. Claude also holds the distinction of being one of the leagues most despised players by the opposition. He was a solid 2-way player that was considered feisty or dirty depending on who you asked.
The 1995-96 season was a special one for Claude. As the reigning playoff MVP he had a lot to live up to with his new teammates in Colorado. Claude didn’t disappoint. In 79 regular season contests he notched 39 goals, 71 points and 119 PIMS while playing ferocious defense against the opposing team’s elite. Come playoff time Lemieux lived up to expectations yet again, as he helped a 3rd different franchise, this time the 1st year Colorado Avalanche, to the Stanley Cup.
This black and blonde Titan ASD hockey stick has the player name “Lemieux” on the side. The stick is fully taped on butt and blade.