Kevin Kerr retired as the all-time leading goal scorer in the history of minor professional hockey with 677 goals. Offered here is an incredible selection of game worn items from Kevin’s record breaking season. This was the final year in this illustrious player’s professional career and the one in which he attained the all-time scoring record and also made the cover of The Hockey News. So historic was Kevin’s record breaking goal that the Hockey Hall of Fame took the jersey, stick and puck from that momentous occasion to place in the annals of hockey history.
This white Tacks hockey helmet by CCM was worn by Kevin Kerr during the 2004-05 UHL season. A draft pick of the Buffalo Sabres in the 3rd round of the 1986 NHL entry draft, Kevin never cracked the Sabres roster. Instead, Kevin’s professional hockey journey spanned 18 seasons for 15 teams across 5 minor leagues where he racked up better than 3700 PIMS while shattering the all-time scoring record with 677 goals. He retired as the UHL’s all-time leader in several categories; goals 469, power play goals 73 and game winning goals 65. He ranked 3rd in points 901, and PIMS 1776, 4th in short handed goals 25, 5th in assists 432 and 6th in games played 598. Kevin won the UHL’s Most Valuable Player Award in 1993-94 and had his # 20 retired to the rafters by Flint, the team with which he is most well known.
This helmet was worn by Kevin Kerr during his record breaking 2004-05 season. This was, in fact, the helmet he was wearing when he scored his record breaking 664th goal. It was one of the few items the Hockey Hall of Fame didn't take. They took the jersey, stick and puck, leaving this helmet and his gloves for Kerr to continue wearing through seasons end. Shown above is a photo match of Kerr wearing this exact helmet during game action. Also shown above is a video match of Kerr wearing this exact helmet during a video tribute from this record breaking event. Included with your puchase will be the full half hour tribute DVD of this momentous evening. This is a historic helmet from Kerr’s record breaking season. This helmet will be accompanied by a Flint Generals team letter.