This home white knit gamer by Maska was worn by Hall of Famer Michel Goulet during the very early part of his NHL career. Goulet was among the finest left wings of his generation, and in NHL history for that matter. He netted a spectacular 548 goals and 1152 points during a 15-year NHL career. Michel’s goal totals from the period of 1981-82 thru 1987-88 are an impressive read, 42, 57, 56, 55, 53, 49 and 48 respectively. He was 5 times a 1st or 2nd team NHL All Star and also played in 5 NHL All Star games. Michel represented Team Canada during both the 1984 and 1987 Canada Cup’s while representing Team NHL during Rendezvous ’87 against the Russians. Michel’s career ended prematurely as he suffered a vicious head injury during March of the 1993-94 season.
This is without question one of the finest Goulet gamers in the hobby. It is littered with hundreds upon hundreds of stick marks and board burns. In addition, the beautiful smattering of colors that lined the hometown Quebec boards have been transferred onto the sleeves and body of this gamer in the form of beautiful blues, oranges and reds. The inside also shows good pilling up and down the arms. The fragile screened on nature of the fleur de lis’, name and numbers have left many old Quebec gamers in less than ideal shape. This example is as nice as you’ll ever see, without the peeling and cracking that is commonly found on vintage Nordiques gamers. This does nothing but add to the overall appeal of this great sweater. This is the Goulet you’ve been searching years for, it is Hall of Fame quality.